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Beach House leads an all-star group of local and national musicians in a performance of Gene Clark’s No Other

December 3, 2013
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Beach House leads an all-star group of local and national musicians in a performance of Gene Clark’s No Other

Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally of Beach House have put together an all-star, Last Waltz-but-indie lineup for a limited run of four performances of Gene Clark’s  solo album No Other in its entirety, with a show scheduled for January 23 at Floristree. A founding member of the Byrds, Clark released the album in 1974 to...
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A list of songs by Baltimore artists tangentially related to Preakness

May 17, 2013
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This Saturday is the Preakness, and the InfieldFest this year features noted Bud Light spokesman Pitbull and those “Thrift Shop” dudes Macklemore and Ryan Lewis as the headliners, which we’re not too psyched about. Especially since there are plenty of artists with Baltimore ties who have written songs that kinda, sorta relate to the...
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New Beach House video most Lynchian film since Lynch went total TM

March 7, 2013
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A couple weeks ago, The New York Times Magazine wondered if David Lynch had given up film-making for Transcendental Meditation. He made his own music video recently, but local indie due Beach House–along with director Eric Wareheim–out-Lynch Lynch with their new video for “Wishes,” in which Ray Wise, who plays Leland Palmer (Laura Palmer’s...
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Beach House Reveals Another Layer, Record

March 12, 2012
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Beach House Reveals Another Layer, Record

Late Tuesday night, when most good bloggers had gone to bed, local dream pop duo Beach House decided to casually drop a new song, titled “Myth,” with a tweet and Facebook post to their respective profiles that read simply, “Hello again.” It ranks as one of the tightest pop songs in the band’s repertoire,...
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Noise in Brief, Sept. 11: All the Baltimore Music News That Isn’t Fit to Print

September 11, 2009
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Noise in Brief, Sept. 11: All the Baltimore Music News That Isn’t Fit to Print

Beach House Beach House signs to venerable indie Sub Pop. Expect to be drugged anew in early 2010. Thank You delivers a new album, complete with remixes from Dan Deacon, Jason Urick and Joe Williams, and Lungfish/Zomes’ Asa Osborne. It’s out Sept. 29 on Thrill Jockey. Remington gets a new performance/gallery space, Open Space....
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Video: Beach House and Celebration Live, August 7

August 28, 2009
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Earlier this month, Beach House and Celebration played a outdoor double-bill show next to the Metro Gallery that included a one-off collaborative set. If you were, say, enjoying the summer out at some panhandle swimming hole, here’s your (chance to see what was missed. The video comes courtesy of Guy Werner, who adds on...
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The Other Senator Theater Benefit Tonight

February 13, 2009
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The Other Senator Theater Benefit Tonight

Beach House | Image by Graham Hill . . .is at the Zodiac with Beach House, the Creepers, and newish Tall Grass tangent the Dodgers. Donations are being taken at the door; proceeds go to the ailing York Road movie house. Starts at 10 p.m. (The other benefit is at the actual theater, starting...
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The Baltimore Round Robin Tour Goes An Extra Round At Home

December 29, 2008
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The Baltimore Round Robin Tour 2008 is one of the more brilliant ideas to come out of the Wham City collective in its past few years. Not only did the two-night traveling show give exposure to dozens of local acts while pulling respectable crowds across the midwest and East Coast with the buzz of...
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Know Your Product: Beach House, Used To Be 7-inch

November 14, 2008
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Know Your Product: Beach House, Used To Be 7-inch

It constantly amazes how such a hushed, languid two piece can be so devastating, so covertly affective; think foggy, tungsten chills, like the strange feeling of waking up and knowing, even before you open your eyes, that it’s a gray, chilly day outside. And “Used To Be,” running around on the excited interwebs as...
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Baltimore Round Robin Mobbing a City Near You

August 11, 2008
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Baltimore is taking over the world this fall, or at least a smattering of Midwestern and Eastern cities. With what’s being billed as the Baltimore Round Robin tour, Dan Deacon has pretty much bested himself and really anyone who’s ever rented a tour bus or three. Basically, Deacon is renting said three buses–veggie fuel-powered,...
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Stuff: Beach House Contest, No Talent Required

February 20, 2008
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Stuff: Beach House Contest, No Talent Required

| Image by Liz Flyntz Next week marks the release of Beach House’s lovely new record of slippery dream-pop, Devotion, and, to help celebrate, the duo teamed up with local music blog Butter Team to give away stuff. Good stuff. And you don’t even have to do anything for it–no talent, no tricks, no...
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