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This album is another step, moving away from the frenzy of his early work into sweeping compositions that brim with inward explorations.
He builds layers of sound with lyrics full of anxiety and yearning, adding a dose of synth-pop to his driving beats. Rucker’s early spring show REWIND was raw and powerful.
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We’ve watched Deacon, a main fixture in the Charm City’s underground music scene, evolve over the years since he helped establish the creative hub Wham City.
But the artist’s other endeavors are just as compelling, from interactive musical performances—Rucker plays cello and bass and is a composer, as well—to his shows in prisons.
Photography by Mike Morgan Though the trio had already established a national reputation, it’s been quite a year for this Baltimore-based alternative, synth-pop band.
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