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

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...
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True Vine Makes Spin’s Top 15 Indie Record Stores

April 20, 2009
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Dunno know about the list as a whole–it feels a bit dated, for one–but, nonetheless, we’re happy to report that Spin included Hampden’s True Vine in its “America’s 15 Best Indie Record Stores” list, in large part owing to former co-owner (and City Paper contributor) Ian Nagoski’s globe-chasing ethnographic contributions to the shop’s inventory.
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True Vine Grand Reopening Party

September 15, 2008
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The True Vine has a new home. Find the venerable Hampden record shop now around the corner on Hickory Street and minus one of its co-owners, Ian Nagoski, who’s on to full-time music making and the like. This all started several weeks ago, but it looks like the transition is complete–the shop is throwing...
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