Baltimore Music Scene Spotter: Roy Retrofit And DJ NeskaBaltimore has a vibrant local music scene. Charm City's bars and clubs host shows and dance parties that showcase Baltimore's unique flair. CBSBaltimore spoke with two Baltimore area music scene experts, musician Roy Retrofit and DJ Neska Lapicki to find out what's going on in Baltimore's music scene, what their favorite venues are, and what they consider a great night out in Baltimore's music scene.
Citizen Scene Spotter: Tips On Baltimore’s Nightlife In Winter, JeffOn any given night, there’s a good chance you’ll find Jeff at his favorite neighborhood hangout, the Dizz. That happens to be the same Remington bar that Duff Goldman and his fellow Charm City Cakes’ crew like to frequent after a long day at the bakery.
Heard On The Street: Tips About Baltimore’s Halloween FunWhen Halloween rolls around, there are three guys who you can all but guarantee will bring the party. Music Bloggers Ryan Detter, Brent Hoffman and Tom Murray go out of their way to create costumes that turn heads with their attention to detail and originality. In short, they ARE the party wherever they go!
Baltimore’s Local Band Booker, Dana Murphy Of Unregistered Nurse PromotionsAs anyone will tell you, Baltimore has one of the hottest music scenes in the country. From Dan Deacon to Beach House, the Baltimore scene is making waves across the country. Here in the city, Dana Murphy of Unregistered Nurse is one of the top bookers of new talent. Murphy, 24, works with the edgiest performers in town.
Best Places To Grab A Drink Post Show, DowntownThankfully, Baltimore, as small as it may seem to an outsider, has a pretty bumping bar scene. That comes in handy after you roll out from a downtown concert or show and are in the mood to dance or grab a drink with friends. All of the after party venues are within safe walking distance from your concert/theater venue and perfect for chatting it up with your fellow audience members.
Croquet Club Attracts Loyal FollowingThe crack of wood on plastic, the ideal marriage of mallet and ball is what keeps Eugenia Wilkie in croquet.