Buzzing rappers, veteran metal acts, even a Seattle soul singer -- it's all happening in Baltimore nightlife this week. Here's a breakdown of the week's most notable concerts:
On Monday, underrated '90s rockers Third Eye Blind play a sold-out show at Rams Head Live. We'll have a review and photo gallery of the show on Tuesday. The Wintour 2012, featuring Society's Plague, comes to the Ottobar, too. Tickets are $12. Stylish rapper
On Tuesday, Harlem rapper-on-the-rise A$AP Rocky performs at Baltimore Soundstage. The show is sold-out. We'll have a review and photo gallery of the show on Wednesday. Metal vets
On Wednesday, Wayne Static, lead singer of Static X, performs a solo set at Recher Theatre. Tickets are $20 now; $25 day of the show. At Golden West Cafe, War on Women ($7) celebrates its latest album release. Todd Snider ($27.50), a humorist with pointed social commentary, starts a two-gig stint at Rams Head on Stage.
On Saturday, Sonar hosts two shows: the Manta Ray Death Festival ($10) takes place at the Talking Head Lounge while Voodoo Glow Skulls ($12) headline the Talking Head Club. Tickets are available at sonarbaltimore.com. The Deadmeat Tour ($35), featuring DJs