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Since the Sweet Mango Cafe in Petworth closed in March, the fate of the building and its beautiful Chuck Brown mural were in jeopardy. The last we heard about the New Hampshire Avenue establishment, the spot...

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Bummed that you didn’t get tickets in time to see Girlpool and Frankie Cosmos at Comet Ping Pong? Luckily, the venue has added another show on Wednesday, August 5 if you missed out on the first...

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Pictured Above: Fellow Creatures. Photo by Jinwoo Chong D.C. Music Download is excited to announce our partnership with the Smithsonian American Art Museum! Starting on August 6, we will team up with the museum to...

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Photos by Albert Jiang Adding to the string of anniversary tours Minus the Bear has done so far, the Seattle rockers will hit the road once again this November to celebrate Menos el Oso‘s tenth birthday....

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Last year, the talented D.C. duo Hays and Ryan Holladay announced a name change from Bluebrain to using their real names. The brothers also unveiled a new website, with a note that said there would be new...

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Rejoice! Modest Mouse has expanded their summer tour to include a stop in D.C. this September. The group will make their way to Echostage on Sunday, September 6–mark your calendar. Tickets go on sale this...

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If you’re planning to attend Landmark Music Festival this September, the daily lineup has been released. The festival, which will take place from September 26-27 at West Potomac Park, features Drake, Ben Howard and The...

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Photo Credit Alex Schelldorf Just before their show at Union Market in 2013, Peter Bauer of The Walkmen told The Washington Post that the band planned to go on an “extreme hiatus.” As soon as they...

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Bummer–Death From Above 1979 has canceled some of their U.S. tour dates, which included a stop at Rock and Roll Hotel on July 20. It seems like the band ran into some visa issues while trying to get...

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Since Trillectro‘s first show in 2012, the D.C. electronic/hip hop festival has grown drastically from its humble beginnings at the Half Street Fairgrounds. After last year’s big blowout at RFK, Trillectro is now moving outside of the...

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Adams Morgan Day 2015 May Happen After All

July 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Last week, we mentioned that Adams Morgan Day was canceled this year due to financial problems. But it seems as if the neighborhood festival might happen after all, thanks to several businesses who are rallying together...

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Now that we’re already halfway through 2015, music outlets are putting out their top song and album picks of the year so far. One of the best and most diverse lists usually comes from NPR,...

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Instead of going to the beach, the National Building Museum is bringing the beach to you this summer. Over the weekend, the museum unveiled the BEACH, which has all of the essentials to make you...

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As the Foo Fighters’ big Fourth of July bash draws near, the promoters of the show released an extensive list of banned items that can’t be brought into RFK Stadium. There are the usual suspects...

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Adams Morgan Day, the neighborhood festival that draws thousands of people each year, won’t return this September. The news was quietly announced through the event’s Facebook page last week. There wasn’t a specific reason mentioned as to why...

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After Dave Grohl broke his leg on stage during a Foo Fighters show in Sweden, the fate of their North American tour was uncertain. The forecast looked even grimmer once the band canceled their remaining UK...

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