Noise In Brief, Dec. 10: All The Baltimore Music News That Isn’t Fit To Print
Moss Icon is back, according to this.
The Juno effect lives on. Children’s songwriter Barry Louis Polisar, of opening credit tune “All I Want is You,” has a double-disc tribute album to him out now. Details.
J-Roddy Walston and the Business has a new label, Vagrant, home to the Hold Steady, Eels, and Placebo, among others. [The Baltimore Sun]
Joyce Daniels, the victim in the Baltimore Taper’s alleged shooting, is having understandably rough times financially. You can help here.
Bourbon Street, home to the Quarter music venue, is dinged for “Girls Gone Wild Night.”
Take a subway ride with Jason Urick‘s “The Eternal Return.” Video below. [Bmore Musically Informed]
The Eternal Return by Jason Urick from jason john würm on Vimeo.