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Best Music Festival


Sad to say this award is posthumous: Organizers made it very clear that 2010 would offer the final Whartscape, the over-the-top celebration of all things underground. And what a way to go out. You have our pity if you missed reunited early-’90s Annapolis hardcore legend Universal Order of Armageddon tear into a sweat-soaked Floristree, or the reunited Oxes shredding for light rail trains on Howard Street, or the subtle and gorgeous majesty of Lower Dens sounding absolutely perfect on Sonar’s big-room sound system. Word is that something might happen next year—perhaps a camping festival of some kind—but nothing like the swollen beast Whartscape became this year.

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