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Looking for a place to record a quick song or two, but don’t have the cash to pay for studio time? Your best bet could be the library. Tucked away on the second floor of the Martin...

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Most of us have friends who we can rely on for advice–music advice, that is. When they say “They play a great live show,” you pay attention. Luckily, I have friends like that — I...

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Touring Bands Tell Us Why They Love D.C.

May 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

We all have our reasons why we love this city. Perhaps it’s taking in some art at the Hirshhorn or seeing a free show at the Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center. Whatever your reasons...

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Photo by Matthew Brazier Are you headed to this year’s Kingman Island Festival? Excited about checking out the five different stages of awesome local music?  We are too – and even better, we’ve broken out some of our...

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DCMD Premiere: “WTLFO” by Cartoon Weapons

April 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Photo by Ron Akins One record to have on your radar next month is Last Rites of a Living Legend, the debut album from D.C. experimental rock group Cartoon Weapons that drops on May 28. The trio first...

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DCMD Interview: The North Country

April 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

Interview by Melissa Hersh If you follow this site fairly regularly, you should know about The North Country by now.  They’re a rising D.C. band that we have spoken to a few times before. This time...

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