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For nearly a month, Comet Ping Pong has been at the center of an outrageous Internet conspiracy theory, subjecting them to constant harassment from online trolls. The taunting has also spilled over to several musicians who’ve played...

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One of the biggest issues D.C. musicians face is earning a decent wage despite the high cost of living here. It makes it tough for anyone aspiring to make music into a full-time career, but there...

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Following the release of their amazing new music video “The One Moment,” OK Go has announced a special unplugged performance and discussion at The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. The show will take place on Friday,...

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DCMD returns to the Smithsonian American Art Museum in December for another rad show featuring one of our favorite new acts of the year, April+VISTA. Earlier this year, the rising duo released their gorgeous, genre-bending record...

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After being detained for nearly a year in South Africa, Yasiin Bey (formerly known as Mos Def) has been granted permission to come back to the U.S. after being charged with using a fake passport...

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After closing up their Adams Morgan shop in May and opening a new storefront in Alexandria, Crooked Beat Records has announced that they’ll return to their old neighborhood this Saturday in the form of a...

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After abruptly canceling his show in Los Angeles last night, Kanye West has canceled all his remaining Saint Pablo tour dates. A rep for the rapper has confirmed the news to the Fader, following a...

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As if this week weren’t already bad enough, RDGLDGRN has been forced to postpone the rest of their fall tour after being robbed of over $17,000-worth of gear. The incident took place on Friday morning in...

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By Jordan Snowden. Photos by Shannon Finney Photography This month, go-go can be seen and heard on a theater stage instead of a concert stage. Wind Me Up, Maria! is the first musical performance of...

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Calling all local musicians and aspiring filmmakers: the DC Office of Cable TV, Film, Music & Entertainment is searching for music videos to feature on TV and online. Specifically, they’re looking for videos to spotlight on their local...

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If you still haven’t checked out Ragnar Kjartansson’s exhibition at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, do yourself a favor and go visit it. The entire second floor of the space is filled top to...

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One of our favorite music festivals in the area is Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival, a one-day event that brings together some of the area’s best bluegrass, folk and Americana bands to the picturesque...

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Stereogum released its annual ‘Best New Bands’ list today, with 40 acts making the cut this year. D.C. post-punk trio Flasher joins Pinegrove, D.R.A.M, Japanese Breakfast, Mal Devisa and more rising stars on the list. Here’s...

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As the release date for their forthcoming album, Nothing Feels Natural, draws near, D.C.’s own Priests has dropped another new song from the record, “Pink White House.” Following the release of their debut single from...

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By Callan Tansill-Suddath Georgetown University has a long, storied relationship with D.C.’s music scene. As an institution that operated one of the most prolific college radio stations at the height of the city’s punk revolution, it’s fitting that...

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This Week: Pandora is putting on a F R E E show at Union Market DC on Wednesday Oct. 26, featuring LA’s Timeflies Their show next Saturday at U Street Music Hall is already sold out,...

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