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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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Live Nation is back at it again with its $20 ticket deal. For one week–between now and May 9–you can buy tickets for just 20 bucks to select shows around town. It’s become an annual...

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On this rainy Tuesday, make sure to swing by Adams Morgan’s Bossa Bistro and Lounge. Chicago-based label Numero Group is hosting a factory outlet at the venue this afternoon, slashing prices on their entire catalog. This...

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Following the release of his brilliant new album, DAMN., Kendrick Lamar will hit the road this summer for a string of US tour dates. For all the D.C. fans, he’ll be coming to Verizon Center...

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Photo by Miranda Hontz for DCMD Merriweather Post Pavilion has secured Father John Misty to headline its 50th anniversary celebration this summer. The Maryland native is slated to go on tour next month to promote...

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This Saturday, expect to see long lines and big crowds at music shops across town for Record Store Day. It’s become a semi-annual tradition where local vinyl lovers can get their hands on rare, exclusive releases while also supporting...

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After a long hiatus, Gorillaz are going on a world tour to promote their forthcoming album, Humanz. Good news for the D.C. area–the tour will stop at Columbia, Md.’s Merriweather Post Pavilion on Monday, July 17,...

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On this gorgeous Tuesday afternoon, D.C. post-punk trio Flasher has delivered a gift in the form of an excellent new single, “Burn Blue.” The B-side to the band’s forthcoming seven-inch record, “Burn Blue” is at once...

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If you missed Mitski‘s sold out show a few months ago at Black Cat, you’ve got another shot at seeing her live in the very near future. Just before her performance at Pitchfork Music Festival...

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Photo by James Cullen for DC Music Download As a new band, it can be a challenge to grow your fanbase without the push of a new song or record on the internet. But D.C....

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Two Inch Astronaut wasted no time in releasing new music. The Silver Spring-based post-punk trio is able to deliver one quality record after the next with ease, a feat that’s tough for even the most...

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I.M.P., the Bethesda, Md.-based promotions company that owns and operates 9:30 Club, has secured a new 40-year deal to operate Merriweather Post Pavilion. Not long after taking ownership of the venue in November, the Downtown Columbia Arts...

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Photo by James Smolka Long before D.C.’s own Mary Timony played in Ex Hex and Wild Flag, she was the vocalist and guitarist for Helium in the ‘90s. Over the course of their six year...

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In the late ’90s and early 2000s, the Soulquarians were the vanguards of the music industry, producing several well-received albums that are considered to be some of the most ingenious records ever made. The collective included...

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Dreamcast is a 24-year-old singer-songwriter from D.C. who makes cerebral, soulful grooves that feel nostalgic yet refreshingly contemporary. Following the release of his single “Liquid Deep,” off of the seven-inch record of the same name,...

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