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Noise In Brief, Sept. 16: Scottie B’s Baltimore, Barn Aid, Record Store Love

September 17, 2010
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Here’s a new mix from soon-to-be ex-Baltimorean Dave Nada on Dissonance radio in Washington D.C.–Diplo-style world-dance stuff, judging by the tracklist.

Barn Aid, a benefit festival of quality local talent such as Wye Oak and the Celebration side-project Birdland, has been moved from Springfield Farms in Sparks to the Golden West, and from Sunday to Monday, Sept. 20. The cost of the Sparks event was $50, and after “sluggish” sales, things have been condensed to the smaller-scale show, where a sliding-scale donation of $10-$15 gets you in and that donation goes to the sustainable/natural farm’s barn-related legal woes. The show begins at 9 p.m., with the Pilgrim and DJ Jason Willette on the bill as well.

Both Sound Garden and the True Vine made Rolling Stone’s “Top 25 Spots For Unique Vinyl and CDs.”

Noise wonders how somebody organizes an all-day Station North Fall Music Festival (Oct. 9) and books but one local band.

Check out “Scottie B’s Baltimore” on XLR8R TV for a look at the city through the club master’s eyes: rim shops, King Tutt, Dimensions in Music, Cullen Stalin, more. (Disclaimer: this writer is an XLR8R contributor.)

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    Noise wonders how somebody organizes an all-day Station North Fall Music Festival.