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Porch Fest Returns to D.C. this April

February 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

With the nasty weather we’ve been having this month, it’ll be nice to actually be outside soon and go to events like Porch Fest. Similar to Adams Morgan’s Porch Fest, the free show will transform porches...

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Photo by Jon Nelson Broccoli City came out of the gate today with a pretty impressive lineup slated for their 2016 festival. Future, Anderson .Paak (who recently signed with Dr. Dre’s Aftermath label), Jhené Aiko, The Internet,...

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For the last four years, Union Arts has served as a hub for D.C.’s creative scene, providing space for some of the city’s most forward-thinking shows and studios for local artists. But that will all change...

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Photo by Matt Gatwood Just when you thought it was a quiet Friday, Two Inch Astronaut drops their highly-anticipated new album on Billboard, just like that. When Foulbrood came out in 2014, it was one of...

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Well, this is pretty sweet: Modest Mouse and Brand New have joined forces for a tour that’ll stop at Merriweather Post Pavilion on Tuesday, July 12. There’s no opener for this–instead, both bands will play...

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By Jordan Snowden After nearly two months of renovations, WRGW District Radio is reopening their doors and resuming their programming. Located on the ground floor of the Marvin Center at George Washington University, the college...

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Just Announced: At the Drive-In @ 9:30 Club

January 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

Recently news surfaced that At the Drive-In will release new music and tour in 2016, and today the band has unveiled their full tour dates. Mark your calendar for June 14–that’s when they’ll play at...

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Not surprisingly, Father John Misty’s show on April 25 sold out within minutes. But it’s cool, there’s still a chance to get some–Lincoln has added a second night on Tuesday, April 26. Tickets can be...

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In the midst of all the news surrounding David Bowie‘s death, it seems like everything else has fallen by the wayside today. This morning Tame Impala announced that they’ve added more dates to their big...

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This year starts an exciting new chapter for CD Cellar: After being in business for 24 years, the store has moved to a brand new space in Falls Church. Since 1992, CD Cellar had lived in its original home...

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Happy New Year!

December 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hey Friends, We’re taking time off to celebrate the New Year, but will be back on Monday, Jan 4 with more good stuff. If you’re looking for some last-minute New Year’s Eve plans, check out...

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We’re kicking off the first Luce Unplugged show of 2016 with the ingenious D.C. experimental noise-pop band Stronger Sex on Thursday, January 14! The group first captured our attention with their strong self-titled release earlier...

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Happy Holidays!

December 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hey DCMD Friends, We’re taking off to enjoy the holidays for a few days, but we’ll be back in action on Monday with our New Year’s Eve show picks. If you’re in town this week,...

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The beloved NPR podcast All Songs Considered has been our longtime go-to source for discovering new music. Next month marks the show’s 16th birthday, and to celebrate All Songs Considered is throwing a big party...

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Over the last few years, Damaged City Fest has become one of the premier events for punk and hardcore music in the country. Now heading into its fourth year, the festival is about to host...

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Den of Thieves Will Close at the End of the Year

December 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

So long, Den of Thieves: the 14th Street DJ spot is set to close at the end of the year. According to Going Out Guide, the Eric Hilton-owned venue will close to make way for...

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