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Following the success of our first Luce Unplugged event at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, DCMD will co-host D.C. Americana outfit The North Country on Thursday, September 10. The talented group recently released their latest record, There...

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Photo by Chris McGarry Although Tycho skipped D.C. during their summer tour, you’ll have another chance to see them this fall. The group will perform at the Hirshhorn Museum on Friday, September 18 for its after-hours...

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Earlier this month, two prominent musicians in the D.C. community had their instruments stolen, and now a campaign has been launched to replace them. In addition to performing, Aaron Martin and Luke Stewart run the Northeast...

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Deerhunter Announces Tour, Stop at 9:30 Club

August 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

With a new album coming soon, Deerhunter has announced its world tour to support Fading Frontier. Although, it’s going to be a while before you’ll get to see them–the quartet won’t be in D.C. until Saturday, December...

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Within a few short months, Nick Sanborn and Amelia Meath of Sylvan Esso went from headlining the small confines of DC9 to selling out the 1,200 capacity Howard Theatre in 2014. Following their rapid rise...

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Something to look forward to this fall: Porch Fest will return for another jam-packed day of music on Saturday, October 3. Sponsored by the Adams Morgan Partnership BID and Cultural Tourism DC, Porch Fest is a...

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Looking for something cool to do tonight? The Smithsonian American Art Museum is hosting another Take Five show tonight, where you can stay after-hours and watch live jazz in its stunning Kogod Courtyard. Better yet, you can...

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Besides Trillectro, there’s another big music festival returning to D.C. this year. Music website All Things Go has announced the second installment of Fall Classic, which will take place on Saturday, October 10 at Union Market. Headlining...

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A couple months ago, Adams Morgan Day organizers announced that the festival would not return this year due to financial constraints. After hearing the news, several businesses in the neighborhood have banded together to revive the...

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An unexpected name to pop up on this New Music Friday: President Obama. Besides following your friends and favorite bands, you can now follow The White House on Spotify. This morning, the President shared two of his...

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Apply To Our Fall Internship Program

August 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

With summer coming to a close, we’re looking for a few motivated and passionate music lovers to join our fall internship program!  If you want to learn more about D.C.’s robust music scene and get involved, this...

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Owners of D.C. nightclub Echostage are set to open a smaller, more intimate music venue next Wednesday, August 12. The new spot, called Soundcheck, will accommodate up-and-coming DJs and acts who “are a little more underground...

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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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