Last year, industrial disco outfit My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult celebrated their 30th anniversary. The band continue the celebration this year with a second round of touring to mark 30 years of making music, and they perform locally at Fish Head Cantina in Baltimore on Saturday, April 21.
Electric soul wizard NoMBe performed at Union Stage last week as part of SiriusXM’s Alt Nation Advanced Placement 18-date tour alongside Mikky Ekko and Mansionair. Will Colbert got some shots of the performance by NoMBe, born Noah McBeth. (See our shots of Mikky Ekko and Mansionair too!)
Singer-songwriter Meg Duffy, guitarist for Kevin Morby, launched Hand Habits, a solo project, a few years back, and last year she debuted a full-length album, Wildly Idle (Humble Before the Void), via Woodsist. Hand Habits is on tour now, opening for Kevin, and the show arrives at Ottobar in Baltimore on Friday, April 20.
If Tuesday night is not supposed to be a night to party, don’t tell that to everyone at the Andy Grammer concert. The 9:30 Club was packed full of people who were ready to dance, sing, and party all night long with Andy, and he was ready to entertain. Kicking the show off with his hit song “Good to Be Alive,” a sentiment felt by everyone who erupted when the first notes were played, the tone was set from the get go.
Rap-punk duo Ho99o9 collaborated with 3Teeth to release two songs recently — “Time’s Up” and “Lights Out.” The two Los Angeles bands then teamed up for the Lights Out America Tour, which played at Baltimore Soundstage on Sunday!
Los Angeles industrial quartet 3Teeth teamed up with rap-punk duo Ho99o9 to collaborate on tracks, “Times Up” and “Lights Out.” The two bands then launched a joint tour, the Lights Out America Tour, and they performed at Baltimore Soundstage on Sunday, April 8. Paivi was there to capture the action!