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With the lack of updates to Fort Reno’s website, rumors began swirling that the longstanding concert series was over. Today, those speculations have been officially put to rest. “Things are moving along in preparation for the...

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By Jon Amar  Starting on June 3, Metro will revert back to a 12 a.m. curfew on weekends as part of a massive repair plan. Today, Black Cat has revealed to DCMD that it will move...

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D.C. punk rock pioneer John Stabb has died at the age of 54 after a four-month battle with stomach cancer, according to his wife Mina Devadas. The news was first reported by WTOP. Stabb, whose real name...

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Although it doesn’t feel like it outside, summer is almost upon us and we’re getting close to enjoying live music outdoors again. One of the first shows to emerge this year is Adams Morgan’s Summer Concert...

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We recently reported that Joe’s Record Paradise in Silver Spring was facing financial woes, causing its owner to delay the store’s move until more funds could be found. Besides Joe’s active GoFundMe campaign, there’s now a benefit show scheduled...

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This Saturday at Funk Parade, we’re throwing a big party over at the Atlantic Plumbing Stage featuring some of D.C.’s most notable names in music. Set to perform are go-go-legends Rare Essence, the ingenious trio RDGLDGRN, D.C....

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Crooked Beat Records Will Close Next Month

April 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

On this dreary Thursday comes some unfortunate news from Crooked Beat Records. The Adams Morgan-based store will close on May 29. An announcement on Crooked Beat’s Facebook page stressed that poor building conditions are the reason...

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Next time you stop by the National Museum of American History, make sure to check out Prince’s Yellow Cloud guitar. The museum will have it displayed on the third floor in the west wing of the...

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D.C. is going to be buzzing with big concerts this fall, with Drake, Kraftwerk and now The Head and The Heart have announced a big show at DAR Constitution Hall in October. The Seattle folk...

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If you missed out on Kraftwerk’s 3D concert experience at 9:30 Club a couple years ago, you’ve got another chance to see it this fall. The legendary group will play Strathmore on September 3. The...

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Mark your calendar for Thursday, April 28, when D.C. dream rock band Humble Fire will perform at the next Luce Unplugged at Smithsonian American Art Museum! This is your chance to see the talented quartet perform inside...

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Rest In Peace, Prince 

April 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

A tragic day for the music world. A rep has officially confirmed that Prince has passed away at the age of 57.  The icon died Thursday morning at his Paisley Park compound in Minnesota. The...

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One store that’s noticeably absent from our Record Store Day guide this year is Joe’s Record Paradise. At this time, the store was supposed to be all settled into its new space in Silver Spring after being forced...

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As the event date draws near, Funk Parade has released its preliminary performance lineup for this year’s festival. Similar to previous years, the festival will be broken into three main parts. There’s the daytime festival...

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Minor Victories, the rock supergroup comprised of Slowdive‘s Rachel Goswell, Mogwai‘s Stuart Braithwaite, Editors‘ Justin Lockey, and James Lockey of Hand Held Cine Club, have announced their debut album and first U.S. tour this summer. Before the...

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A week after Guns N’ Roses announced their tour, the band has revealed the official dates and venues, which includes a stop at FedExField on June 26. Their “Not in this Lifetime” reunion tour will kick off on...

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