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Relive Lil B’s Whartscape Set Via iTunes

January 12, 2011
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Relive Lil B’s Whartscape Set Via iTunes

Live In Baltimore 2010, Bay Area experimental rapper Lil B’s live set from the 2010 Whartscape festival, begins with the self-proclaimed “Based God” walking onstage shouting “swag” a whole bunch of times as M83′s “Can’t Stop” blasts from the speakers. It’s actually pretty exhilarating–but it’s all downhill from there. Most of the time, B...
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Confirmed: Ponytail Calls It Quits (For Now)

August 6, 2010
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Confirmed: Ponytail Calls It Quits (For Now)

The Bmore Musically Informed blog got confirmation from guitarist Dustin Wong yesterday that, “The set at Whartscape would probably be the last show in a while. Everybody is off going about their own endeavors, which is really exciting, I think. Ken’s writing his own music and Molly is on a journey to find...
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Whartscape 2010: It’s Going to be a Doozy

May 27, 2010
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Whartscape 2010: It’s Going to be a Doozy

In an e-mail this afternoon, the Wham City collective announced the lineup for this summer’s fourth edition of Whartscape, Baltimore’s celebration of everything underground. This year’s events happen July 22-25 at a list of venues yet to be determined; tickets go on sale June 15 at whamcity.com. Organizers emphasize that, again, this festival will...
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Whartscape Details, Lineup Announced

June 25, 2009
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Whartscape Details, Lineup Announced

Wham City’s annual celebration of the underground takes place July 10-12 at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland Institute College of Art Studio Center Parking Lot, and Load of Fun. The lineup is less focused on bigger name, out-of-town acts—such as last year’s Black Dice, Mae Shi, and Parts and Labor—than quality local and...
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Whartscape 2008 Kicks Off at the Charles: Whartscape, Charles Theatre, July 17

July 18, 2008
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Wham City’s alternative to Artscape is only in its third year, but already it’s starting to feel like an institution. So much attention, in the indie press and online, was lavished on last year’s festival and the advance hype for this year’s installment that you get the feeling there are a good number of...
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Whartscape, Artscape Announce (More) Details

June 30, 2008
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Well, Artscape actually announced this some time ago, but we figured it’d be more fun to give you an overload headache. “Busy weekend” doesn’t come close. You can find all of Artscape details here, but highlights and/or headliners include Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Roberta Flack, Felicia Carter, Diplo, Dave Nada, and Thrushes. And,...
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Nice: Whartscape 2008

May 21, 2008
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Nice: Whartscape 2008

This year’s lineup for Wham City’s annual music festival was announced via MySpace bulletin this morning and, good g-d, kittens, roller coasters, and gin don’t have jack on a good time like this. Whartscape 2008 runs July 17-20, at “locations throughout Baltimore,” Black Dice, Matmos, Celebration, Beach House, Dan Deacon, Parts and Labor, Bird...
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