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Southwest Waterfront development The Wharf is going to be bustling with live music when it opens this fall. Besides The Anthem and Pearl Street Warehouse, there’s going to be another new music venue coming to the neighborhood....

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Kali Uchis just released a music video for her new song, “Tyrant,” and it’s everything that you’d expect from the rising artist. In one scene, she’s standing in front of a stack of TVs that play...

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St. Vincent at Merriweather Post Pavilion. Photo by Matthew Brazier for DCMD It’s not officially open until Oct., but there’s already a swarm of buzz surrounding forthcoming D.C. venue The Anthem. Foo Fighters, Lorde, Queens...

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Pictured: Fall Classic 2016. Photo by Terrance Doyle for DCMD Following its move to Yards Park last year, the folks at All Things Go have decided to go even bigger with their Fall Classic festival. Foster...

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Photo via Creative Common License The D.C. Public Library has offered a robust slate of live music over the years, mostly at its MLK Library location that recently closed in March for renovations. Since its closure, most of the...

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Photo by Irene Yoon for DCMD After releasing his fantastic sophomore album, At What Cost, GoldLink is going on a U.S. tour to promote the record this fall. The initial list of tour dates–and lack of a...

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Aside from the Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age and Lorde, LCD Soundsystem joins the list of heavy hitters set to perform at new D.C. venue The Anthem. This morning, the band announced their new album,...

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Moments after releasing her sophomore album, Melodrama, this morning, Lorde also announced a big North American tour that’ll stop at new D.C. venue The Anthem. While the show won’t happen until next year–on April 8–tickets...

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Good news for all the Andrew W.K. fans out there: he’ll be back on the road this fall and touring with his live band for the first time in five years. His D.C. stop will be...

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The Deadmen is a D.C.-based supergroup composed of four power players in the music scene. For their latest self-titled album, Josh Reed, Justin Jones, Justin Hoben and John Scoops coalesce their shrewd songwriting prowess and...

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Promotions company and 9:30 Club owners I.M.P. announced that its forthcoming music venue, The Anthem, will open on Oct. 12 at Southwest Waterfront development The Wharf. To mark the occasion, I.M.P. has tapped the Foo Fighters to headline...

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Photo by Julia Leiby for DCMD Since releasing their excellent debut record last April, D.C. trio Flasher has cemented their place in the music scene as one of the area’s most-promising bands. Their expansive, evocative...

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It’s that time of the year when it’s finally warm enough to watch live music outdoors. Some of the bigger concert series–like Fort Reno–have yet to be announced, but here’s the mostly complete list of...

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Just as Thursday comes to a close, Arcade Fire dropped a few bombshells regarding new music and a forthcoming tour in the works. Today the band released their high-energy single “Everything Now,” the title track...

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After the MLK Library closed in March for a three-year renovation, the excellent punk shows that took place in the basement have been on hiatus. But that break will come to an end sooner rather than...

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Congrats are in order for Gaithersburg, Maryland native Logic, whose third studio album has reached no. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. Everybody, released on May 5, is the rapper’s first chart-topping record. In its first...

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