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The Signal, 4.13.12 & 4.14.12, Scenic Routes Records, Telesma's "Action in Inaction," Deborah Keene at The Stoop, and punk documentary "From the Back of the Room"
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We'll meet Alex Champagne and Dan Cohan of Scenic Route Records, a new label that combines old-fashioned ideals with a modern approach to making and sharing music.
We profile Baltimore psychedelic super-group, Telesma, whose new album, “Action in Inaction,” blends progressive rock, Buddhist chants, and the drone of the didgeridoo.
From the Stoop Storytelling Series, Deborah Keene recalls an ill-fated skinny-dipping outing - she and her friends made it back to Baltimore, but their clothes didn't.
Plus: Amy Oden discusses her new film, From the Back of the Room, a 30-year look at the role of women in punk music and the DIY scene.