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For nearly a month, Comet Ping Pong has been at the center of an outrageous Internet conspiracy theory, subjecting them to constant harassment from online trolls. The taunting has also spilled over to several musicians who’ve played...

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Ticket Giveaway: Drop Electric @ Gypsy Sally’s

December 2, 2016 | 0 Comments



Interview: Greenland Hits Songbyrd to Celebrate Bold New Album

December 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

A fixture in D.C.’s music scene for some time, Greenland is capping off 2016 with an excellent new record, Shitty Fiction. Among other exciting news, the group will be performing...

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Rising Artists: Innanet James

October 13, 2016 | 0 Comments


Last Thursday, I made my way past security, through a revolving iron door and down a path to one of the most intimate venues I’ve been to in Washington: the British Embassy. As I walked...

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Photos: Wet and Demo Taped @ 9:30 Club 11.17.16

November 21, 2016 | 0 Comments


Interview by Jordan Snowden/Photos courtesy of Peter Bravemen, Matt Wolek, Mark Gorman, Kurt Heyde, and Ben Droz. Live music isn’t just about the sound, but the entire experience–the ambience, mood, feel and emotion. That’s what new...

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Women Who Rock: Morgan Tepper

November 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Photo by Mark Hoelscher for DCMD  Bringing together the people, places and events who make up D.C.’s diverse music community are a select group of influencers who keep the scene thriving. That short list includes local producer, promoter and...

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By Jordan Snowden At the end of the hall, there’s a faint sound of a guitar repeatedly being played in an enclosed, shimmering gold room. Inside, there’s a striking yet simple display that leaves everyone nearly speechless....

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By Callan Tansill-Suddath Last Saturday, local music initiative Listen Local First and Georgetown University hosted Building the Music Capital, a free one-day conference focused on D.C.’s music scene. Artists, educators and activists from D.C. and beyond...

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