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New Music: The Drill by Redline Graffiti

April 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

D.C.’s Redline Graffiti generally defines its music as electro-rock, but The Drill proves that the quartet has a vast amount of musical depth and range than one label can accurately describe. On top of that, this release presents a more robust collection of songs than Redline...

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Did you miss Loud Boyz’ debut show at DC9 last month? If so, we’ve got a pair of tickets to giveaway to see them along with D.C. garage-rock outfit Sunwolf and NYC’s Total Slacker at...

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Three fantastic D.C. bands, Humble Fire, Teen Mom and Pleasure Curses, came together for one great show. In case you missed it, here are some photos from the night’s festivities: All photos by Ali Newhard...

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Typefighter’s anticipated debut album The End of Everything doesn’t arrive until next week, but fans can now stream the band’s new release in its entirety via Brooklyn Vegan. Unlike Typefighter’s previous folk releases, The End...

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New Music: Exhume by VEDAS

April 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

After two successful song releases, dream pop band VEDAS finally unveiled its new EP this morning, called Exhume. The five delicate tracks unearthed from Exhume take you on a spiritual odyssey, starting from the glistening...

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Photos: Damaged City Festival 4.12.14

April 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Last weekend, Damaged City Fest came back to the District for its second year. Here are some stunning photos from the main show on Saturday, April 12, featuring Government Flu, Give, Priests, Misled Youth and...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

April 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Don’t forget-on top of our top five show picks of the week, we now have a complete calendar of local shows that you can sift through. Tuesday, April 15-Cigarette, Netherfriends, Ryley Walker, and Br’er @...

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For those who say that D.C. has a weak music scene, take a look at this weekend. Not only are there a lot of great shows happening, but there are also a few big events and...

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Last week, we mentioned that 9:30 Club will host another installment of the Funk/Punk Spectacular on May 5. The announcement was interesting considering that it happened on April Fools Day, but this show was definitely...

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New Music: “Chalon” by Brett

April 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

Rejoice Brett fans-the D.C. synth-pop outfit is back with new music. This morning, the group has unveiled a gem from their first full-length that’s slated to be released in May via pop label Cascine. “Chalon” is...

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Are you anxious to hear Deleted Scenes’ new album? Well, today is your lucky day. Pitchfork is giving you an advanced listen of Lithium Burn before its release date next Tuesday, April 15. On another...

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Photos by Albert Jiang Two of D.C.’s rising stars in electronic music, PLOY and Beyond Modern, delivered an energetic performance last Friday at Strathmore. Here are a few photos from the night....

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Although Tenleytown is home to the annual Fort Reno concert series, the small D.C. neighborhood wasn’t generally viewed for its burgeoning music scene. That’s all changed in just a span of a couple years, thanks...

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As Chain and The Gang’s forthcoming album draws near, the band unveiled a new video for their song “Devitalize” this afternoon. The release brings to mind Faith No More’s monumental video for “Everything’s Ruined”, as Chain...

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The staff at DCMD is proud to present our new and improved website. We’ve not only adopted a fresh look, but we’ve also added even more helpful features for D.C. musicians and local music enthusiasts...

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Sometimes there are so many great shows happening that we just can’t leave the Top 5 list untouched. This week, you’ll have a few bonus recommendations from us, and don’t forget to also check out...

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