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    22 2016 July

    New Music: Greenland Delivers Its Best Work Yet on ‘Shitty Fiction’

    As legend has it, Greenland was named in collusion by the first early settlers of Iceland to trick the Vikings into bypassing their country for the icy lands of Greenland. Forgive me for the likely...

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    21 2016 July

    DCMD Video: Record Shopping With Ayes Cold

    When asked what city she calls home, Ayes Cold considers herself to be from nowhere and everywhere. Growing up, the rising D.C. DJ spent the bulk of her childhood in various parts of India and the U.S., which has...

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    20 2016 July

    New Music: Listen To Young Summer’s Smooth, Jazz-Tinged Tune, “Paused Parade”

    In contrast to the bright, glossy production on her recent song “Alright,” Young Summer‘s follow up, “Paused Parade,” is a more stripped-down hit that’s just as impressive. “Paused Parade” is the second single from her forthcoming...

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    20 2016 July

    Ticket Giveaway: of Montreal @ 9:30 Club

    Of Montreal is returning to 9:30 Club on September 7, and this week you can win tickets to see their show! Here’s how to win: Fill out the short form below. Please submit your name...

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    19 2016 July

    Photos: Young Rapids, Spaceface @ DC9 7.13.16

    Young Rapids, Spaceface and Paperhaus played last Wednesday at DC9. Anyone familiar with these acts could tell you this show was going to be a high quality psych/electronic/rock affair, so I’m proud to report that even...

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As legend has it, Greenland was named in collusion by the first early settlers of Iceland to trick the Vikings into bypassing their country for the icy lands of Greenland. Forgive me for the likely...

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DCMD Video: Record Shopping With Ayes Cold

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Ticket Giveaway: of Montreal @ 9:30 Club

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Interviews

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Women Who Rock: Leah Gage

June 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Interview by Jordan Snowden. Photos by Lindsay Hogan and Michael Andrade “Bathtub Republic is no longer able to book any shows in June, July or August 2016. We are really...

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Women Who Rock: Leah Gage

June 28, 2016 | 0 Comments
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DCMD Interview: Samantha Crain

June 24, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Rising Artists: Dawkins

June 23, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Producers To Know: Lance Neptune

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Shows

Young Rapids, Spaceface and Paperhaus played last Wednesday at DC9. Anyone familiar with these acts could tell you this show was going to be a high quality psych/electronic/rock affair, so I’m proud to report that even...

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Features

By Jordan Snowden This Saturday, Takoma Radio will officially hit the airwaves. The non-profit radio station will broadcast a wide scope of programming that reflects the diversity and spirit of the Takoma Park neighborhood. From shows focused on...

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By Jordan Snowden At some point in our lives we make a decision that in scriptwriting is called, “the point of no return.” For three D.C. musicians, their choice to compete on two of NBC’s...

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“No more “we need one woman on the list.” We are the list.” This is Jacq Jill‘s response when asked of her intentions behind Juice, a brand new event series that spotlights talented female-identified musicians in D.C.’s electronic music scene. Splitting...

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By Jon Amar From Louis Armstrong’s trumpet to Parliament Funkadelic’s 1,200-pound Mothership, when the National Museum of African American History and Culture opens on Sept. 24, it’ll house a sweeping collection of valued items from some of music’s most...

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