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Want to support D.C.’s music scene and help a great cause all at once? Buy a copy of Sounds Like Love, a new 15-track compilation album that features music from some notable D.C. acts like The Sweater...

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Following her successful debut, Dérive, singer-songwriter Marian McLaughlin is set to release a new album, and needs your help to make it happen. Recently McLaughlin posted a Kickstarter campaign that will help raise money for her sophomore full-length...

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Support some rad bands and also help a great cause at the same time: D.C. stalwarts Deleted Scenes, The Caribbean, and Tereu Tereu have remixed each other’s songs for a special project, and proceeds from the...

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It’s Thursday, which means that the full schedule for the Foo Fighters‘ 20th anniversary show has been released! As we mentioned earlier this week, the Foos will perform at RFK Stadium on July 4, 2015 to...

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Let’s be honest for a minute: 2014 has been a pretty crazy year for us Foo Fighters fans living in D.C. If you were one of the unlucky souls who didn’t experience the glory of either surprise show...

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Yes, you read that right. Foo Fighters. This Friday, October 24 at Black Cat. Tickets go on sale TONIGHT (October 21) at 6:00pm at the venue. The price is $20 per ticket with a $3...

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Update: Not surprisingly, the event sold-out in no time-but you can call (202) 633-3030 if you want to be put on the wait list. Your plans for next Thursday, October 23 just got a whole lot better....

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AFI Silver Theatre will be the official screening location for the Friday, December 19 premiere of Salad Days. Tickets have already sold out for the first show, but a second show at 10pm that night has...

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Those tickets to Salad Days’ post-party at Black Cat were gone within a few hours, but if you didn’t get them in time-there’s still hope. The venue just posted a second show with Soulside on Sunday,...

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Got an old guitar, amp or another gently-used instrument lying around the house? We’re stoked to announce our city-wide instrument drive that starts today, which will help benefit local music non-profit Guitars Not Guns. Guitars...

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Mark your calendar-the highly anticipated D.C. music documentary Salad Days will premiere in December. The film serves as an in-depth look inside the city’s rich punk scene throughout the ’80s, with interviews from Ian Mackaye, Henry Rollins, Dave Grohl...

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  Poster designed by LA Johnson Can you believe that 2014 is almost over and October is already here? Before we say goodbye to another great year, we’ve got one more show left in the...

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Here Are More Ways To Support The D.C. Punk Archive

September 29, 2014 | 1 Comments

In July, the D.C. Public Library established the Punk Archive with the intent of documenting the city’s vibrant music scene. The library is currently accepting a wide range of donations that include old flyers, CDs, books, photographs, set...

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Listen To Ex Hex’s New Album, ‘Rips’

September 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Can’t wait until October 7 for Ex Hex‘s debut album? It is one of the most anticipated releases of the year, and you can now listen to the entire record via NPR. When we spoke with...

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There’s A New Marvin Gaye Mural in Shaw

September 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

As the Washington City Paper reported last month, the Marvin Gaye mural designed by renowned artist Aniekan Udofia would be covered up thanks to a two-unit residence being built next to the artwork. But, there...

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Last month we posted about Dischord releasing Fugazi’s first demo to the public, but there wasn’t a set date announced-until now. The 26-year-old demo, which was recorded at Inner Ear Studios and contains 11 tracks,...

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