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Fall Music Highlights

Dan Deacon, Charm City Music Festival, and more.

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Sept. 15

Charm City Music Festival brings Weezer, Flogging Molly, Stephen Marley, and the All Mighty Senators to Harbor East. For more information, visit charmcitymusicfestival.com

Sept. 15

Resevoir Hill Festival features Femi The DriFish, J Pope and Funk Friday, and Bosley.

Sept. 20-23

The 14th annual High Zero Festival brings four days of experimental improvised music, film and video, and dance to Baltimore with national and international artists. For more information, visit highzero.org

Oct. 6

The Virgin Mobile FreeFest features Jack White, ZZ Top, Alabama Shakes, the Dismemberment Plan, Future Islands, and several more. For more information, visit virginmobilelive.com/freefest.

Oct. 14

The Peabody’s Maestro Series begins with a concert featuring Mendelssohn’s famous Violin Concerto. For more information, visit peabody.jhu.edu.

Nov. 2

Newspeak Ensemble will perform a piece about the Baltimore bank riots by Bmore composer Ruby Fulton as part of the New Music at Atlas series. For more information, visit atlasarts.org.

FALL FORWARD

Tony White:

Fairly new to Baltimore, Tony White is the new director of the Decker Library at MICA. Not only did he give some interesting fall tips, but he also provided us with a wealth of book-related information. (Jasmine Sarp)

City Paper: What do you like about fall?

Tony White: I like the change of seasons. I like having all the students come back to campus. Fall and spring are my favorite seasons.

CP: What are you excited for?

The opening of the new BMA contemporary art wing; Frostbiting at the Downtown Sailing Center, which provides accessibility sailing for people who wouldn’t normally have the opportunity; also the Small Press Expo (SPX), which features mainly graphic arts—I’m excited about that.

Dan Deacon:

We caught Dan at the pilot launch of his new smartphone app for his concert-goers. He’s been working with Keith Lea and others to develop the app, which senses audio tones and transforms the phone’s screen and camera flash into a synchronized light-and-sound source. (Jasmine Sarp)

City Paper: What do you like about fall?

Dan Deacon: I like that it’s a season that doesn’t feel gross in Baltimore.

CP: What are you excited for?

DD: The new phone app, the tour . . . I’m excited for the one-year anniversary of Occupy. I’m excited for the election and thinking about important issues like gay rights and immigration rights.

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