• DC Music Summit
    27 2017 April

    The D.C. Music Summit Returns for its Second Year

    Just before Northeast DIY space Union Arts permanently closed, an all-day summit was held inside the venue. Musicians, music entrepreneurs and local music fans spent the afternoon discussing some of the pressing issues affecting the scene–the lack of...

  • TheRevolution
    27 2017 April

    Interview: After Prince’s Death, The Revolution Lives On

    Just over a year ago, the music world lost one of its titans. Prince, the enigmatic guitar phenom from Minneapolis, had passed away. Active since the ‘70s and a superstar virtually overnight, his departure was...

  • EmilyKingHamilton
    26 2017 April

    Ticket Giveaway: Emily King @ The Hamilton

    It’s that time for another Wednesday giveaway. This week, we’re giving away a pair of tickets to see Emily King at the Hamilton this Sunday. Here’s how to win: Fill out the form below. We’ll...

  • NearNortheast
    26 2017 April

    Premiere: Near Northeast Releases New Single and Music Video for “Indali”

    Photo by Kip Radt Avy Mallik, guitarist for D.C.-based band Near Northeast, once watched a mother and child drown after they were pulled out to sea by a riptide. The band’s new single, “Indali,”–off their...

  • NumeroGroup
    25 2017 April

    Numero Group and Dischord Records to Host Pop-Up Shop at Bossa

    On this rainy Tuesday, make sure to swing by Adams Morgan’s Bossa Bistro and Lounge. Chicago-based label Numero Group is hosting a factory outlet at the venue this afternoon, slashing prices on their entire catalog. This...

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Just before Northeast DIY space Union Arts permanently closed, an all-day summit was held inside the venue. Musicians, music entrepreneurs and local music fans spent the afternoon discussing some of the pressing issues affecting the scene–the lack of...

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Ticket Giveaway: Emily King @ The Hamilton

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Interviews

TheRevolution

Interview: After Prince’s Death, The Revolution Lives On

April 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Just over a year ago, the music world lost one of its titans. Prince, the enigmatic guitar phenom from Minneapolis, had passed away. Active since the ‘70s and a superstar...

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Shows

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Photos: Damaged City Fest 2017

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The scene from this year’s Damaged City Fest ...

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Photos: Minus the Bear @ Black Cat 3.24.17

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Photos: Bastille @ EagleBank Arena 3.28.17

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Features

Just before Northeast DIY space Union Arts permanently closed, an all-day summit was held inside the venue. Musicians, music entrepreneurs and local music fans spent the afternoon discussing some of the pressing issues affecting the scene–the lack of...

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Photo by Stefan Merriweather Inside the old First Church of Christ Scientist building in Adams Morgan, construction is nearing completion in transforming the previous house of worship into the forthcoming LINE Hotel. Slowly but surely, the...

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This Saturday, expect to see long lines and big crowds at music shops across town for Record Store Day. It’s become a semi-annual tradition where local vinyl lovers can get their hands on rare, exclusive releases while also supporting...

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Pictured above: Columbia Diminuendo string quartet, photo courtesy of Ryan and Hays Holladay What would life be like if our basic human rights and freedoms were suddenly stripped away? For D.C. natives and brothers Hays and Ryan Holladay,...

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