Showing posts from June, 2013

4th of July 2013

We'll be closed for the 4th of July but join us for First Friday, July 5th, when Alex Fine will be discussing his process and artwork for the book How to Speak Klingon. Klingon Bloodwine will be flowing freely. 7-9pm.

BaltoZine Round-Up: Peals, Matmos, Arbouretum, Zomes and more!

The Baltozine Roundup is a regular feature wherein we take a look at what national periodicals are saying about Baltimore-area arts, events, people, and places. Be sure to pick up the magazines and read the full articles.

In Under The Radar (#46), Hays Davis reviews the new Peals album, Walking Field.

".,, These eight instrumental tracks offer the musicians an opportunity to explore subtle, carefully crafted layers without the pressure of finding a fit for them in their other work. There's a living-room warmth to the sound and an elbow-close intimacy ... the musicians drape the rotating gears in multi-instrumental shades for some pleasing depth. ... guitars, keyboards, and occasional light percussion can be tied to brief themes, though the rustled chimes and muted string brushes ... point more simply toward the everyday beauty that can be found in passing."

The current issue of Mojo (#236) also has a review, by Andrew Male, of Peals' Walking Field.

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John Green On Bookstores

John Green accepts the Indie Champion Award and totally kills it.