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New Music: “Two Feet Shy” by Pree

August 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Rejoice: D.C. avant-garde outfit Pree is back with new music. With a show coming up next week at Black Cat, Pree released its new single “Two Feet Shy” right before Labor Day weekend. Although the quartet has...

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It’s that time for another Wednesday giveaway. Our friends over at All Things Go are throwing their first festival, Fall Classic, on Saturday, September 13 at Union Market. They’ve got a killer lineup secured for...

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In conjunction with the H Street Festival that will take place on Saturday, September 20, Rock and Roll Hotel will bring back one of our favorite events, The Brodown Throwdown. It’s a free, all-day show...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

August 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

If You Missed It: We’ve released a VERY small amount of presale tickets for our last show of the year, “An Autumn Spectacular!” at The Howard Theatre on Saturday, October 11. This is our biggest...

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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 a nine-to-five job to pursue...

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For months, HBO and Dave Grohl, who directed the series, have been teasing us about Sonic Highways. Now the world is getting a glimpse of what this new show will look like before it premieres...

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It’s another Wednesday giveaway! This time around we’ve got a pair of tickets to Cherub‘s show at 9:30 Club on Saturday, September 27. How do you win, you ask? Here’s how: Fill out our short form...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

August 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Thursday, August 21-The Cowards Choir and Olivia Mancini & the Mates @ Gypsy Sally’s. Show 8:30pm/Tickets $10+ Two local heavyweights in the music scene, Andy Zipf (aka The Cowards Choir) and superwoman Olivia Mancini will come together...

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We’ve all seen more than a few of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge videos, and now Dave Grohl and the rest of the Foo Fighters are in on it too. Grohl was nominated by Zac Brown...

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Musicians who perform near Metro stations just got a break last week. A federal judge has issued an injunction against the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, telling metro that its employees can’t stop buskers from...

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Intro: “Brooklyn’s Nightmare” by Drop Electric From the stripped-down release of Minimum Rock ‘n’ Roll by Chain and the Gang to the dream-rock soundscapes of Mr. Mannequin’s Threshing Floor, D.C.’s music scene had plenty of notable releases this year.  Now...

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So, this is happening: Arcade Fire’s Win Butler is guest DJing tonight at Rock and Roll Hotel. Because, why not. He’ll be on the 2nd floor of the venue around midnight. It’s free to get in and...

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Credit Ann Amrine Your best show bet for tonight can be found just a little past the District in Silver Spring. The Far Out House will host its last show, with local stalwarts Two Inch Astronaut...

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Ticket Giveaway: Bob Mould @ 9:30 Club 9.6.14

August 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

For this installment of our Giveaway Wednesday, you’ll have a chance to win a pair of tickets to Bob Mould’s show at 9:30 Club next month. Here’s how you win: Fill out our short form...

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Shots and tots, hymns and happiness will come back to Wonderland Ballroom this month for Church Night, one of the best reoccurring events at the Columbia Heights spot. D.C.’s Paperhaus and Chicago’s Eggs, Exclamation Point...

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With an indefinite hiatus that doesn’t seem to be changing anytime soon, this is as close to a new release as we’ll get from Fugazi in the near future. First Demo, a 26-year-old recording that’s...

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