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Here’s something to look forward to this spring: Slowdive will embark on a North American tour with Japanese Breakfast. There’s only a handful of dates set right now, but fortunately one of them includes a stop at...

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With the inauguration just a day away, there’s a lot of built up anxiety going into the weekend. But, here’s something that’ll lift your spirits a little–you can stream Priests’ new album ahead of its scheduled...

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The New Pornographers are set to tour the U.S. this spring, revealing a string of dates today that includes a stop at 9:30 Club on April 28. Waxahatchee will also join the band on all...

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In the wake of the upcoming administration, D.C. musicians have rallied together to show their support for organizations and non-profits in need. As thousands of people head to D.C. for the inauguration, the city’s music scene is showing its...

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PeaceandPowerMarch

D.C. Musicians Will March for Peace on MLK Day

January 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Leading up to the inauguration, many D.C. musicians have organized benefit concerts and peaceful marches to raise awareness for important causes. One of those events, the Peace and Power March, will take place on Martin Luther...

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We’ve got only a few more weeks until Priests drops their debut album, and first release in three years, Nothing Feels Natural. Before that happens, the quartet has released the melodic title track from the record,...

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The National and Common are set to headline Show Up!, a benefit concert at 9:30 Club hosted by Planned Parenthood and All Access Coalition. “Women should be able to make their own decisions about their...

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Frightened Rabbit has announced more tour dates for 2017, supporting their 2016 album Painting of a Panic Attack. Their North American tour kicks off in L.A. on May 25 with Band of Horses before stopping at...

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Photos by Luke Anahazy and Lindsay Hogan for DCMD Well, this is a bummer. On Friday evening, Young Rapids and The El Mansouris announced their break ups, with one last show scheduled for Friday, Jan. 27...

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Following its initial lineup announcement last month, D.C.’s premier punk and hardcore music festival Damaged City Fest has revealed the next wave of bands slated to perform at this year’s event. The newly-announced list includes D.C....

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As Donald Trump struggles to find musicians to headline his inauguration ceremony, The Washington Post reports that Busboys and Poets has nailed down another big-named act for its alternative inauguration party, Peace Ball–Solange Knowles. The announcement follows...

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As a surprise New Year’s gift, The xx gave select fans free tickets to their upcoming North American tour, which kicks off at Coachella on April 14. For those that weren’t as lucky, the band has...

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Photo by Clarissa Villondo for DCMD Expanding on our weekly Top 5 Shows list is a new feature that looks at our must-see local show picks for the month. Friday, Jan. 13–Aaron Abernathy w/ Nat...

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Despite going on three U.S. tours and performing at over 180 shows in 2016, D.C. musician Jonny Grave still found time to record and release two records this year. His latest, The Highest Bough, shows...

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Before heading home for the holidays, head to the Kennedy Center tomorrow for The 9 Holiday Spectacular. It’s an annual show curated by Listen Local First featuring nine talented D.C.-area musicians performing some of their favorite holiday...

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What probably is one of the best local collaborations of the year, D.C.’s own GoldLink and Shy Glizzy have teamed up for the smooth banger, “Crew.” With L.A.-by-way-of-Baltimore singer Brent Faiyaz supplying the hook, the...

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