Lindey Jordan returned to Baltimore with her band Snail Mail to play a sold-out show as the headlining act at the Ottobar Wednesday. Despite a March snowstorm that came through the area earlier in the day, the Ottobar was packed with fans who braved the weather to enjoy the show!
Coast Modern performs at the 9:30 Club on March 19, 2018 (Photo by Brenda Reyes)
Coast Modern, made up of Lukas Atlas and Coleman Trapp, played their self-titled debut album on Monday at the 9:30 Club. Laidback and catchy sounds filled the club with everyone dancing to their songs.
Montreal-based post-punks Ought released Room Inside the World, their third full-length album, via Merge Records last month. The guys are on a world tour, which stops tonight, March 22, in Portland Oregon. They perform locally at Black Cat on Wednesday, April 4.
Last year, British post-grunge quartet Bush released Black and White Rainbows, their seventh studio album, through Zuma Rock Records and The End Records. Frontman Gavin Rossdale and company will play songs new and old, surely including ‘90s hit “Glycerine,” as headliner for the Blossom Bash at The Anthem on Friday, April 6.
Broken Social Scene toured through DC after the release of Hug of Thunder, the triumphant return by Kevin Drew, Brendan Canning, and company, in 2017. The chamber pop darlings return for a second leg of the tour with a date at Ram’s Head Live in Baltimore on Friday, April 6.