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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

We’re taking our usual Thanksgiving break to enjoy the holidays, but we’ll be back next Monday, December 1 with more cool stuff to share! The Go-Go’s – Vacation from Dan Hunter on Vimeo....

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Photos by Iana Kozelsky DC9 was close to max capacity on Saturday night, and that was even before the second band came onstage. First up was R&B group Gully Waters, a new band that has emerged...

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Starting this week, Black Cat will become more than just a great spot to see a live show. The prominent 14th Street venue will also be a prime destination for arcade games. The new games will be housed...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

November 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Wednesday, November 26-Moombahton Massive XL @ U Street Music Hall. Show 9pm/Tickets $10 Moonbahton Massive, one of U Hall’s best dance nights, will celebrate its four year anniversary on Thanksgiving Eve. The all-star lineup includes Moombahton...

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Want to support D.C.’s music scene and help a great cause all at once? Buy a copy of Sounds Like Love, a new 15-track compilation album that features music from some notable D.C. acts like The Sweater...

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Following her successful debut, Dérive, singer-songwriter Marian McLaughlin is set to release a new album, and needs your help to make it happen. Recently McLaughlin posted a Kickstarter campaign that will help raise money for her sophomore full-length...

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New Music: Lowercase Letters’ Self-Titled Album

November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s been a very busy November for new music releases, but one record that seems to shine from the pack is Lowercase Letters‘ self-titled album. The talented six-piece band has been active in the D.C. scene for...

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Support some rad bands and also help a great cause at the same time: D.C. stalwarts Deleted Scenes, The Caribbean, and Tereu Tereu have remixed each other’s songs for a special project, and proceeds from the...

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Review: GEMS @ U Street Music Hall 11.13.14

November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Photos by Matthew Brazier  Slow and steady always wins the race, or at least that’s the approach that GEMS has taken with its promising career. The duo made its official debut last year with the EP Medusa, which garnered...

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The new songs that Two Inch Astronaut has released from Foulbrood have been some of the band’s best work yet. Not to mention, it seemed like every new song that the Maryland post-punk outfit unveiled...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Thursday, November 20-Anthony Pirog @ Bossa. Show 10pm/$5 DOS only The masterful Anthony Pirog gave D.C. a gift last month with his debut album, Palo Colorado Dream. But you should do more than just hear...

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This year has been an interesting time period for rock quartet Young Rapids. It all started at 9:30 Club in January, where they sold out the 1,200 capacity venue with Drop Electric, The Sea Life and The...

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In 1988, a young Fugazi recorded its first demo at Inner Ear Studios in Arlington, Virginia. That demo was never officially unveiled to the public-until now. In advance of the November 18 release date, Dischord...

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D.C. has a very active music scene, and it’s common for many musicians to take on several projects at once. You could go to a house show and see a brand new name on a bill, only...

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If you missed it, hometown heroes Ex Hex made its debut yesterday on Late Night with Seth Meyers. The fierce trio performed “Don’t Wanna Lose” and “Hot and Cold” from their recently released album Rips,...

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Got anything going on this Saturday? If not, you should head over to DIY spot Lamont Street Collective, where you’ll find a very rad event called Salon de Libertad. It’s a bi-annual show that brings...

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