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New Music: The Infinite Void by Outputmessage

March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Electronic artist and producer Outputmessage-aka Bernard Farley-released his new space-inspired album The Infinite Void this morning. The 10-track release begins with the serene number “Redshift” before steadily slipping down the rabbit hole into its explosive...

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Meet Tessellations-a new indie band based out of D.C. that you’ll soon have a new affinity for. The group was formed by soulful singer Nico Fox, who has been an active musician in the D.C....

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New Music: “Asteroids” by Outputmessage

February 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Outputmessage is not wasting a moment of 2014. The D.C.-based electronic producer, singer and DJ-also known as Bernard Farley-has already worked on two official releases and a new music video for his upcoming album, The Infinite...

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New Music: “Moon Sickness” by The Caribbean

February 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Caribbean has released its sixth full-length album, Moon Sickness today via Hometapes. This long awaited follow-up to 2011’s critically-acclaimed Discontinued Perfume was composed by the core trio of Michael Kentoff (vocals, guitar), Matthew Byers...

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Review: “Blue Sunshine” by U.S. Royalty

January 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Release Date: 1/21/14 Record Label: Self-released Rating: 4/5 U.S. Royalty set a high bar with their debut album Mirrors, and Blue Sunshine looks to not only meet expectations, but surpass them. D.C.’s indie rock darlings...

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New Music: The National Archives by Oust

November 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

While Oust has been around for a few years, the D.C.-based folk outfit had yet to release an official record until now. Last month, Oust unveiled its debut The National Archives, which contains six striking...

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Review: Echo Birds By Astra Via

October 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

Released: September 24, 2013 Rating: Olivia Mancini and Jarrett Nicolay are a musical duo more commonly known by the moniker Astra Via. It’s an appropriate name – astra means “star,” and the band’s latest EP, the electro-pop saturated Echo...

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New Music: Young for a Moment By PLOY

August 29, 2013 | 1 Comments

This year has been a paramount moment for electronic stalwarts PLOY. While the duo failed to make traction with their debut self-titled EP in August 2012, they utilized the subsequent months to polish and refine...

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New Music: Santurce by Shark Week

July 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Bands like Shark Week are what make “lo-fi” a true musical style, not just a technical term. The foursome’s new 7” is a duo of songs—“Go West” and “Baby Maybe,” both of which ebb and...

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The Morrison Brothers Band is an alt-country outfit that sounds as if Tom Petty and Alabama had a strange multi-generational lovechild. Today, the group released their new LP on iTunes, State of the Union, and will be...

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Review: Vakirai’s Self-Titled Album

July 5, 2013 | 1 Comments

A relative newcomer to the D.C. music scene, Vakirai Mawema is an Afrobeat artist—not to mention an architect by training–born in New York, raised in Zimbabwe, and eventually settled in California. In 2008, Vakirai swapped...

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Raging against the machine is so over. Despairing against the machine, however, is en vogue. At least that’s the impression you’d get from Treble Lifter’s latest EP, Machine Grows A Head. Musically, the record grinds...

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Bobbie Allen, the D.C.-based artist who goes by the name Young Summer, releases her new EP Fever Dream today. She may have only one other EP under her belt thus far, but her music is...

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New Music: Evil Spring by Greenland

May 23, 2013 | 1 Comments

Four piece band Greenland has kept a relatively low profile in the last year. The last time the group released new music was under Hays Holladay’s (Bluebrain) bold music project Rainbow Arcade, and shortly thereafter,...

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Review: Oh Visitor by The Sweater Set

May 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you just want your fix of gossip, you could read People magazine. But, listening to Oh Visitor, the newest album from D.C. folk duo The Sweater Set, is a better, more enjoyable idea. It’s...

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Review: Gush by Cigarette

May 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

D.C.-based experimental band Cigarette released their first full-length album, Gush, in March. It’s a hauntingly mature debut featuring deep lyrics paired with chill, ambient music, making it an ideal listen for an ethereal summer afternoon....

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