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Indie theater Suns Cinema is now one step closer to opening its doors, as the space just surpassed its Kickstarter goal of $12,500. Shark Week‘s frontman Ryan Hunter Mitchell and fellow Mount Pleasant resident David Cabrera secured...

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This year, Bonnaroo could see some D.C. representation on its lineup! Local Americana band The North Country is currently in the running to play the big festival this summer via a Sonicbids competition. The group has...

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Well, it seems as if the band is officially back together once again. Just moments ago, Death Grips announced a big world tour, with a stop at 9:30 Club on Saturday, July 11. Since they’ve been known to...

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Now that warmer temps have arrived (finally), one of our favorite H Street establishments, Rock and Roll Hotel, has rolled out a brand new DJ/happy hour series on its awesome rooftop. The series will kick off this Friday and...

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Calling all musicians, dancers, poets and more talented artists! This Saturday, DCMD and Comet Ping Pong’s booking maestro Sasha Lord are looking for D.C.’s best acts to perform at our special open mic night. The lucky winner will get to...

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Kill Lincoln Announces An Indefinite Hiatus

March 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

D.C. ska punk band Kill Lincoln has announced that their April 4 gig at Black Cat will be their last local show, at least for the foreseeable feature. The news comes just after the group released an...

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First there was Quarry House, and now another one of our favorite late night spots/music haunts will close this Saturday. Chief Ike’s Mambo Room, located in Adams Morgan, has announced that it will shut its doors...

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We’ve got two exciting announcements to make. The first is that we’re presenting Drop Electric‘s album release show! The band will return to the Artisphere on Saturday, May 16 after playing a sold out show there last summer. Drop Electric’s release show for Lost...

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One of our favorite Silver Spring haunts, Quarry House, suffered significant damage in a major fire that also impacted two other businesses on Thursday morning. While the tavern will reopen, the owners are trying to raise money for the Quarry House...

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Good news: Fort Reno’s summer concert series is now accepting submissions, but there’s one thing-the event hasn’t been confirmed yet. Due to the fact that last year’s series was almost canceled for good, the future of Fort...

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Outputmessage, DJ Lisa Frank and more will kick off Nu Androids’ monthly D.C. showcase this Wednesday. Photo by Jonathan Luna. Every where you turn, it seems as if Nu Androids is popping up with another show, in...

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Here’s something interesting to check out: Sofar Sounds, a popular music series that hosts secret shows in unusual spaces, has officially returned to D.C. after a long hiatus. The international series first came to the District four...

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Just when you thought there wasn’t any more news left in the work day, in comes Tame Impala with an eight-minute long epic song called “Let it Happen” that pretty much broke the Internet. The band...

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NBC’s The Voice just got more interesting this season, as two musicians from D.C. have advanced to the next round of the competition. Jack Gregori (who also plays in the alt-country band Human Country Jukebox) and Paul...

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A band that we’ve admired for a long time now is electronic rock outfit Heavy Breathing. For anyone who’s been to their insane live shows, you’ll understand that there’s nothing that quite compares to the...

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Rejoice My Morning Jacket fans-the band announced today that their first album in four years, The Waterfall, will drop on Monday, May 4. You can pre-order the record starting today, and if you buy it in advance, you’ll get a...

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