Top 5 Events
(in no particular order)
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Once a Year Party Returns!
It’s Baltimore’s own Wham City Comedy in their hometown show on May 1st and May 2nd at the Metro Gallery! Thursday night features our own Ezra Winter! The Baltimore group’s tightest show yet, the Wham City Comedy Tour is a 75-minute multi-media performance featuring four alt-comedians offering up all original stand-up, videos, skits, and monologues. Check out the groups Adult Swim debut:https://www.youtube.com/
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Celebrate sound and space at the 5th annual all-night music festival, THE VIGIL, hosted by Sound Art at MICA (Interactive Arts department) in collaboration with the Animation department. Spanning from experimental chamber music to live electronics: sample-based remixes, musique concréte and field recordings, modular and other analog synthesizers in voltage-controlled bliss, downtempo and ambient soundscapes), brought together with projected animations…
Gaming For a Cause!
There are some bands who are content to make a record, play a few shows, and exist as a musical entity only when it’s time to make a new album, and then there are bands like The Skull Defekts who are the backbone of their musical communities. Hard at work on their numerous individual projects, constantly collaborating, releasing their own records on their own imprints, and touring incessantly,
Japanese Avant Garde
Japanese American percussionist Tatsuya Nakatani brings his famed Nakatani Gong Orchestra to EMP thanks to the aural shamans of the High Zero Collective. The concert will feature a solo percussion set by Nakatani followed by the Nakatani Gong Orchestra. Nakatani has recruited a cabal of local artists to fill the orchestra for the Baltimore performance, including M.C. Schmidt, Owen Gardner, Lexie Mountain, Neil Feather, Paul Neidhardt, Caroline Marcantoni and Andrew Bernstein.