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    02 2014 September

    Photos: MH & His Orchestra, The Walking Sticks and Black Masala @ 9:30 Club 8.30.14

    What happens when you get MH & His Orchestra, The Walking Sticks and Black Masala all in the same room? You get one of the most animated and unforgettable show experiences of the summer. Check out our photo gallery:...

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    02 2014 September

    Just Announced: Beach Fossils @ Rock and Roll Hotel 11.7.14

    Earlier this summer, Brooklyn act Beach Fossils announced that they would be going on a short tour, but that list unfortunately didn’t include a stop in D.C. The band promised that there would be more dates...

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    02 2014 September

    New Music: “Blister” by The Effects

    The Effects is a D.C. rock band that emerged earlier this year, but it wasn’t until yesterday that the trio finally released its highly anticipated debut single. “Blister” is The Effects’ first digitally released song that you can purchase...

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    29 2014 August

    Happy Labor Day Weekend

    We’re out for the long holiday, but we’ll be back on Tuesday, Sept 2 with plenty more DCMD goodness (including some more big announcements!). In the meantime, make sure to get your Early Bird tickets...

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    29 2014 August

    On The Agenda: Tribute Show For Late D.C. Guitarist Chris Grier @ Velvet Lounge 8.29.14

    Press photo of To Live and Shave in L.A.  with Grier at top left A tribute show for Chris Grier will be held tonight at Velvet Lounge, featuring Kohoutek, Rat Bastard and locals Layne Garrett, Max Ochs and Insect...

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What happens when you get MH & His Orchestra, The Walking Sticks and Black Masala all in the same room? You get one of the most animated and unforgettable show experiences of the summer. Check out our photo gallery:...

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New Music: “Blister” by The Effects

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Happy Labor Day Weekend

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Interviews

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DCMD Interview: Young Summer On Her New Album, “Siren”, and Leaving Her Day Job

August 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Throughout my conversation with budding D.C. act, Young Summer, there was one word that repeatedly came up: fate. As Bobbie Allen, the artist behind the moniker, told her story of leaving...

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DCMD Interview: Twin Peaks on “Wild Onion”

August 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
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DCMD Interview: The Deadmen

August 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Shows

What happens when you get MH & His Orchestra, The Walking Sticks and Black Masala all in the same room? You get one of the most animated and unforgettable show experiences of the summer. Check out our photo gallery:...

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Review: Doah Fest 2014

August 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Features

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DCMD’s 2014 Hopscotch Music Festival Picks

August 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

There are two big reasons to get excited for Raleigh’s Hopscotch Festival this year, and they’re both homegrown artists. A portion of the festival’s talent is local to Raleigh, but among the artists coming in...

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Trillectro 2014: What You Need To Know

August 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Washington, D.C. has always had a distinctive sound.  Any fan of the District’s music can recognize its roots. From the thick, smoky remnants of ’70s funk to the ever-evolving boom of go-go, D.C. has evolved...

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D.C. isn’t always praised for its creativity—the city, filled with government acronyms and suits, can be seen as a little stodgy. However, the music scene and the bands in it are a different story. Maybe...

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Before quitting her full-time job, Laura Tsaggaris was living the American Dream. With a finance degree from William and Mary, a home in New York City and a full-time job at IBM, Tsaggaris seemed to...

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