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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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Get out of that Monday slump by streaming two new albums from Waxahatchee and Toro y Moi before they come to D.C. next month. Chaz Bundick, also known as Toro y Moi, will release his highly anticipated album What...

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Well, it seems as if the band is officially back together once again. Just moments ago, Death Grips announced a big world tour, with a stop at 9:30 Club on Saturday, July 11. Since they’ve been known to...

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Just when you thought there wasn’t any more news left in the work day, in comes Tame Impala with an eight-minute long epic song called “Let it Happen” that pretty much broke the Internet. The band...

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This week has been a fruitful period for new releases, and now we’ve got another gem to add onto the list: Boris Milic‘s seven inch record. The D.C. based musician, who originally hails from Belgrade, Serbia, offers up...

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New Music: “Rome” by Boon

March 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

While we’re only three months in, 2015 is already shaping up to be a big year for the up-and-coming D.C. rock group Boon. Recently Boon‘s Brendan Principato and Jesse Paller (who are also students at American University) submitted a video...

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Rejoice My Morning Jacket fans-the band announced today that their first album in four years, The Waterfall, will drop on Monday, May 4. You can pre-order the record starting today, and if you buy it in advance, you’ll get a...

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The last time TV on the Radio came to town, they sold-out the 9:30 Club back in November. We had a chance to catch them live, and the band came back to D.C. stronger than ever....

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Got any plans for tomorrow afternoon? One of our favorite DIY spots in D.C., Lamont Street Collective, is hosting a jam-packed showcase to raise money for the Black Lives Matter movement. Included in the festivities...

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Photos by Matthew Brazier One of our favorite events from 2014 was Kingman Island Festival. With a solid lineup of music, kayaking and other outdoor activities with more freebies than you could even carry, it was...

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Didn’t snag a ticket in time to any of Sleater-Kinney’s sold-out shows this week? Luckily NPR has got your back with a live stream of Tuesday night’s concert from 9:30 Club. Obviously nothing beats actually being there, but better than...

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  This morning, Pitchfork released its lineup for this year’s festival, and it’s pretty damn good. D.C.’s Ex Hex will be a part of this year’s event, and will perform on Saturday July 18 with...

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