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Our first split was with emo/acoustic artist, Chris Swartz, in the winter of 2015. He came to us with the idea of doing an acoustic split and we thought it would be a killer idea, being something we hadn’t done at the time. Plus there’s something warm and inviting about an acoustic song, especially in the dead cold of winter in Maryland. Please follow and like us:

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The Front Bottoms Announce Short Summer Tour

The Front Bottoms have announced a short run of tour stops scheduled for this June. The stops are scheduled around their stop at Bunbury Music Fest. The band will be playing Bunbury Music Festival on June 7 in Cincinnati, Ohio. They will play shows in Somerville, Massachusetts and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on June 4 and 5 respectfully. After the music festival, the group will play in Lakewood, Ohio and Baltimore, Maryland. You can check out the complete tour schedule below the jump. Tickets go on sale to the public on Wednesday, May…

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Interview: Passages

Infectious Magazine’s Owen Paterline recently had the opportunity to sit down with Passages to discuss the Launch Music Conference and more. Check it out after the break. Don’t forget to check them our right here.       Please follow and like us:

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STREAM: Kevin Devine “Talking Freddie Gray Blues”

In response to the tragic events that happened earlier this week in Baltimore, Maryland, Kevin Devine used his music to try and get his message across. Devine released a song titled “Talking Freddie Gray Blues,” in honor of, you guessed it, Freddie Gray. You can stream the song and read the lyrics below the jump. The power and emotion in this song hit me hard me and I was reminded of how powerful music can be in times of social unrest. Less than a minute into the song, I had goosebumps all…

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WATCH: All Time Low Cover Jimmy Eat World ‘Hear You Me’

All Time Low performed a cover of Jimmy Eat World’s “Hear You Me” at a benefit show in their hometown of Baltimore, Maryland recently. Please follow and like us:

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This past weekend was Father’s Day. I hope everyone showed whoever you consider a father figure in your life just how much you love them. (I got my dad a new wallet so he can have a nice place to stash all the money I ask to borrow ) And on Instagram, photos of love flooded the social media site for fathers (most likely) don’t have an account to check. Hey, But it’s the thought that counts. So to all you dads, father figures, and even single moms who took over the role…

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Band Of The Month: 3PM

Today we’re bringing you Baltimore based pop-punkers, 3PM, as our June  Band of the Month. With a sound reminiscent of Blink-182, New Found Glory, and Green Day, these guys are currently working on their second full length with producer Paul Leavitt (All Time Low, The Dangerous Summer, and Yellowcard). Check out our interview with the band below, and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.  Please follow and like us:

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Photos: All Time Low Baltimore, MD

Go look at the full online photo gallery from All Time Low’s hometown show date on May 3rd after the jump and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Photos by: Owen Paterline           Please follow and like us:

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Photos: Man Overboard Baltimore, MD

Go look at the full online photo gallery from Man Overboard’s Baltimore, MD date on May 3rd after the jump and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Photos by: Owen Paterline           Please follow and like us:

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The Dangerous Summer To Record Live Set Tonight

Maryland native rockers, The Dangerous Summer, are set to appear tonight at the Ottobar in Baltimore, and in addition they have now announced that the show will be recorded.  The announcement came via lead singer and bassist AJ Perdomo’s tweet earlier today: “Ps. Were recording our set tonight in baltimore. Bring that noise”.  No word on whether this is for a live album or for some film/music video.  Either way, if you are attending the Baltimore show, be sure to follow Perdomo’s advice vis-a-vis bringing noise. You can buy concert…

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