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To the surprise of no one, tickets to LCD Soundsystem‘s Oct.17 show at shiny new D.C. venue The Anthem sold out in seconds this morning. But if you missed out, you might still be able to get...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

June 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

The five shows you need to know this week Monday, June 19–Rhizome Benefit Show @ Dew Drop Inn. Show 8 p.m./Donations Rhizome is an avid champion for D.C.’s experimental music and art community, offering a safe space...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

June 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

The five shows to have on your radar this week. For more live music, also check out our newly-released list of free summer outdoor concerts. Monday, June 12-Sunday, June 18–D.C. Jazz Festival. Various venues and...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

June 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Don’t sleep on these five shows this week. Tuesday, June 6–Mary Timony @ Rock and Roll Hotel. Show 8 p.m./Tickets $16 Long before Ex Hex and Wild Flag, D.C. guitar virtuoso Mary Timony fronted Helium in...

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As an active musician, sound engineer and producer in D.C., Ben Green noticed a void within the city’s music scene. “We have a big gap between small home recording studios and large, expensive facilities that are very...

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Pictured Above: Greenland is one of the performers at this Saturday’s inaugural Seventh Stanine Festival It’s that time of the year when buzzy East Coast music festivals like Gov Ball, Firefly and others come back for another...

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Photo by Anna Moneymaker for DCMD This Thursday during your lunch break, come out and see a free show at Franklin Park featuring D.C.’s own Nag Champa. The group’s innovation and fearless approach to sonic exploration...

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If you’re sticking around town during Memorial Day weekend, check out Yards Park on Friday night. This week kicks off the park’s free summer music series, featuring a nice mix of local bands performing right...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

May 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

It’s another busy week of shows heading into Memorial Day weekend. If you’re sticking around town, here’s what you should have on your radar this week: Wednesday, May 24–Br’er, Odetta Hartman, NAPPYNAPPA @ DC9. Show...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

May 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

A reunion show, record release party, and an ambitious electronic/orchestral collaboration with some of D.C.’s best musicians helm our top five picks of the week. A few of these shows have a low ticket warning,...

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While it hasn’t met its fundraising goal (yet), Fort Reno is now accepting band submissions for this year’s concert series. The same rules still apply–send physical music copies only, no cover songs and no EPKs. Demos are...

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In the middle of Wilson Blvd.’s cluster of shops and bars in Clarendon sits IOTA Club, a music venue that has served the local scene for over 20 years. It’s become one of the most popular spots for...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

May 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

The top five shows you should see this week Tuesday, May 9–Den-Mate and Odetta Hartman @ W Hotel. Show 7:30 p.m./FREE If you missed Den-Mate’s record release party at Black Cat, this Tuesday is another...

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When Southwest waterfront development The Wharf opens this fall, it’ll include two big venue openings. One is the I.M.P.-owned project The Anthem, and the other is Pearl Street Warehouse, a 300-capacity space that’ll showcase local...

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Listening Session: Top 5 Shows This Week

May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

It’s one of those weeks when it seems like everything is happening, but there’s only so much time and money to be spent. If you don’t get to see all your favorite shows this week,...

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Just before Northeast DIY space Union Arts permanently closed, an all-day summit was held inside the venue. Musicians, music entrepreneurs and local music fans spent the afternoon discussing some of the pressing issues affecting the scene–the lack of...

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