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    22 2015 May

    Sound-Off: Top 5 Songs You Should Know This Week

    “Dream of TV”-Circuit Des Yeux Since 2007, Chicago’s Haley Fohr has been making beautiful, nightmarish compositions, sometimes soaked in distortion and sometimes sounding like empty space being sucked onto a magnetic tape reel. Over the last few...

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    21 2015 May

    In It Together Fest Announces Preliminary Lineup and More Details

    As D.C.’s burgeoning independent music and art communities continue to grow, it was only a matter of time before an event like In It Together Fest would come into fruition. When the festival debuted last summer, it provided...

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    21 2015 May

    13 Things To Do This Weekend May 21-May 24

    Photo by Terrance Doyle THURSDAY, May 21 Take 5! Jazz Series @ Smithsonian American Art Museum. Show 5 p.m./FREE Take 5! is one of our favorite events that the American Art Museum puts on at...

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    21 2015 May

    How To Get Free Tickets To Landmark Music Festival

    A few weeks ago we reported that Landmark Music Festival would hold a lottery for free tickets, and today the organizers have launched the contest. You have between now and 5 p.m. next Wednesday, May...

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    20 2015 May

    Review and Photos: TV on the Radio and Bo Ningen @ Echostage 5.19.15

    Photos by Matt Lenell Concertgoers were treated to two of rock ‘n’ rolls more forward-thinking, creative, and experimental groups on Tuesday night at Echostage, as TV on the Radio gave their debut performance at the...

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“Dream of TV”-Circuit Des Yeux Since 2007, Chicago’s Haley Fohr has been making beautiful, nightmarish compositions, sometimes soaked in distortion and sometimes sounding like empty space being sucked onto a magnetic tape reel. Over the last few...

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13 Things To Do This Weekend May 21-May 24

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Interviews

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DCMD First Listen: ‘Lost in Decay’ by Drop Electric

May 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

The track titles on Lost in Decay, Drop Electric’s newest album, read like the chapters of a science fiction fantasy novel: “Your Silence Will Not Protect You,” “Regal Blood,” “Rival...

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Touring Bands Tell Us Why They Love D.C.

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DCMD Interview: Tei Shi

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Shows

Photos by Matt Lenell Concertgoers were treated to two of rock ‘n’ rolls more forward-thinking, creative, and experimental groups on Tuesday night at Echostage, as TV on the Radio gave their debut performance at the...

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Features

The track titles on Lost in Decay, Drop Electric’s newest album, read like the chapters of a science fiction fantasy novel: “Your Silence Will Not Protect You,” “Regal Blood,” “Rival Churches.” Each song has a heavy, thunderous weight...

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At some point we’ve been told the heroic story of Clara Barton, a dedicated humanitarian who cared for wounded soldiers during the Civil War and was also the founder of the American Red Cross. But chances...

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Touring Bands Tell Us Why They Love D.C.

May 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

We all have our reasons why we love this city. Perhaps it’s taking in some art at the Hirshhorn or seeing a free show at the Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center. Whatever your reasons...

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Expanding upon our weekly “Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week” feature, we present a new monthly mixtape to showcase even more of our concert recommendations. From Boston’s Speedy Ortiz to Detroit veteran punk act...

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