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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

April 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Wednesday, April 29– Baby Bry Bry & the Apologists, Vundabar, UVF Rays @ University of Maryland. Show 7pm/$5 donation Baby Bry Bry & the Apologists are teaming up with one of our favorite Boston bands,...

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Jim Vance, who’s co-anchored the WRC (Channel 4) 11pm newscast for 26 years, will step down from his role at the end of May—and the Foo Fighters are pretty bummed about it. To promote their upcoming Fourth...

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Photography courtesy of Songbyrd When one door closes, another door opens: Last month, the owner of the now defunct bar/music venue Chief Ike’s told The Washington Post that “Adams Morgan is no longer where the hot, cool people...

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Photos by Jinwoo Chong D.C. Americana band The North Country returned from their big tour last Friday to celebrate the release of their new album, There Is Nothing To Fear. Here’s what we captured:...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

April 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Monday, April 20-Monophonics, People’s Blues of Richmond, Congo Sanchez, Time Is Fire, Litz, Ayes Cold, Dubpixel @ Howard Theatre. Show 4:20pm/Tickets $15 advance or $18 DOS Looking for a good show to hit up on 4/20?...

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Funk Parade Announces Music Lineup

April 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

The 2015 installment of Funk Parade, which will take place on May 2, boasts an even bigger lineup and setup compared to last year. Over 50 music acts, dancers and performance groups will make an appearance at...

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New Music: “Lust” by Pleasure Curses

April 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

At the forefront of D.C.’s burgeoning electronic scene is Pleasures Curses, who just released their new EP Pure/Lust via Prince George Records yesterday. Out of the three songs that comprise the release, the dark and sensual track “Lust” stands...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

April 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Wednesday, April 15-Den-Mate, Bellows, Sharpless, Ballad Roulette @ 453 Florida Ave NW. Show 7pm/$5+ donation If you missed Den-Mate’s show at Rock and Roll Hotel last month, you should head to Florida Avenue and see the rising D.C. electronic artist...

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In just two years, Church Night has grown from a small, monthly variety show at Wonderland Ballroom to selling out the 700+ capacity Black Cat Mainstage. Haven’t experienced the wonderful, crazy world of Church Night yet? Make...

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New Music: Big Moth’s Self-Titled EP

April 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

A D.C. band to have on your radar is Big Moth, an exciting new rock project comprised of members from The Obsessives and The Black Sparks. “Nathaniel Salfi (our bassist) and I have played in Black...

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It’s Wednesday, which means that it’s that time for another sweet giveaway! This week, you’ve got a chance to win two tickets to see Delta Rae at 9:30 Club THIS Friday. The band just released their...

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If you were putting off buying Sweetlife tickets because of the two day pass commitment, you’ll soon be able to purchase single day tickets to the festival. This morning, Sweetlife announced their daily schedule, which now includes...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

April 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Thursday, April 9-Alex Winston, the Walking Sticks, Louis Weeks @ U Street Music Hall. Show 8pm/Tickets $12 Joining Alex Winston this Thursday at U Street Music Hall are two heavy-hitters in the local electronic music...

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RSVP To Wale’s Secret Show This Saturday

April 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

This week, you might have heard the news that Wale will perform at a secret location this Saturday in D.C. The hazy details included finding the performance spot on Twitter via the #wedc hashtag, which might have...

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Funk Parade, the successful street festival that debuted in D.C. last May, has been given the greenlight by the Bowser administration to close down U Street this year. This marks the first time in 17 years that...

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DCMD Interview: Kill Lincoln

April 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Kill Lincoln has been a key part of D.C.’s music scene for nearly a decade, but last month the ska punk group announced that their Black Cat show this Saturday will be the last hometown performance for the foreseeable future. “We...

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