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Show Review: Beach House at the G-Spot

Maybe I’m somewhat old-fashioned in my approach to the internet, or that I really like the payoff of delayed satisfaction, but this is true: I don’t listen to music before it is released on a record. I am perpetually behind-the-times. Maybe, I am not someone who should be writing for a music blog because I really like the thrill of going to the CD store and picking up new releases on a Tuesday. I like evaluating an album as a whole, and my somewhat neurotic personality prevents me from doing that if I imprint a couple songs on my memory before listening to all of them, in the sequence that the artist intended.
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Beach House and Wye Oak shows this week

Just a friendly reminder to one and all that two of Baltimore’s Pitchfork-approved superstars, Beach House and Wye Oak, both have hometown shows this week.

Beach House kicks off their tour tonight with a record release show for Devotion at the G-Spot. Doors at 8, show at 9. Tickets are $8. Papercuts opens.

Wye Oak has a show this Saturday at the Creative Alliance over by Patterson Park. Also $8 at 8PM with LO MOdA opening.

Support local music and see these kids before they REALLY blow up.

Beach House has a new video!

Maybe not super-new now, since I feel like the last person in the e-world to break the news on this…but it should be done. So here it is…Baltimore’s own Beach House recently released the video for “You Came To Me,” a track off their upcoming LP, Devotion, out on Carpark Records.

The song and video are gorgeous. See for yourselves after the jump.

Don’t forget that you have 2 chances to see Beach House in the Balt/DC metro area in the coming months.

02/28 – G-Spot, Baltimore, MD Record Release
04/04 – Rock and Roll Hotel, Washington, DC

Beach House record release show

Dream-pop band Beach House, the child of Baltimore’s own Alex Scally and Victoria Legrand, will be preforming at the G-Spot on the 28th in support of their second album, Devotion (due out the 26th on Carpark Records).

A a quite pretty video for “Master of None” follows.

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