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As the Foo Fighters’ big Fourth of July bash draws near, the promoters of the show released an extensive list of banned items that can’t be brought into RFK Stadium. There are the usual suspects...

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Throughout his long career, Andrew McMahon has managed to keep his music fresh and invigorating for his fans. This is further exemplified through his first self-titled album under the project Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, which was released last October. The record...

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Just Announced: Kurt Vile @ 9:30 Club

June 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Kurt Vile has given us a glimpse of his forthcoming album, b’lieve i’m goin down, with a dreamy video trailer that he released this morning. The video shows him wandering around in the desert, with clips of...

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The steady rise of future bounce rapper GoldLink continues. In just the last few weeks, the 21-year-old Virginia native delivered an excellent performance at Sweetlife Festival in Columbia, MD and also made the cut for XXL...

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Photo Credit: Daybreaker and Sara Wass For most dance parties, the music and fun doesn’t stop until the early morning hours, but for Daybreaker, that’s when the party begins. The event has become a hit in places...

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At last, Screaming Females will make their way to D.C. at the end of this summer with their labelmates Vacation. The show, which will take place at Rock and Roll Hotel on August 28, is a part...

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At some point we’ve been told the heroic story of Clara Barton, a dedicated humanitarian who cared for wounded soldiers during the Civil War and was also the founder of the American Red Cross. But chances...

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Over the last few months, D.C.’s thriving music scene has gotten a lot of love from the national media, and now it’s once again in the spotlight via USA Today‘s 10 Best poll.  Black Cat is nominated for...

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Another show to add to your concert calendar! Mac DeMarco unveiled a couple exciting announcements this Monday–the first is that he has extended his tour to include a D.C. stop this fall, and the second...

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Expanding upon our weekly “Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week” feature, we present a new monthly mixtape to showcase even more of our concert recommendations. From Boston’s Speedy Ortiz to Detroit veteran punk act...

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Stream Pree’s New Album, “Rima”

April 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Next month, D.C. rock quartet Pree will release their first album in over three years. From what we’ve heard so far, Rima is worth the wait—the delightful “Two Feet Shy” and “Hooks & Eyes” raise the bar in terms...

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Stream METZ’s New Album

April 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Ahead of their show at 9:30 Club with FIDLAR, METZ gave us a taste of their excellent sophomore album via NPR’s First Listen. II follows the band’s 2012 self-titled album, incorporating more instrumentation like the...

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Next month, Elvis Depressedly will unveil their new album, New Alhambra, via Boston label Run for Cover. The band will embark on a U.S. tour starting in June to promote the record with Mitski and eskimeaux, with a stop at...

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Photo by Matthew Brazier Last year’s In It Together Fest was the first big celebration of its kind in the District, spotlighting the city’s DIY music and art community through a well-organized four-day festival. The event...

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Within the last year, Massachusetts’ Speedy Ortiz has propelled itself from local fame to the national spotlight, garnering praise for its upcoming album Foil Deer from outlets like the New York Times. Up until this point, we’ve only...

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The summer concert outlook is looking brighter by the day, as legendary band Refused announced a world tour, with a stop at D.C.’s Rock and Roll Hotel on June 5. The band has remained relatively...

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