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Typefighter’s anticipated debut album The End of Everything doesn’t arrive until next week, but fans can now stream the band’s new release in its entirety via Brooklyn Vegan. Unlike Typefighter’s previous folk releases, The End...

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After our sold-out 9:30 Club show in January, we’re back to present one of D.C.’s biggest events of spring 2014. Headlining Rock and Roll Hotel on Thursday, May 22 is the District’s most talked-about band...

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Last week, we mentioned that 9:30 Club will host another installment of the Funk/Punk Spectacular on May 5. The announcement was interesting considering that it happened on April Fools Day, but this show was definitely...

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Are you anxious to hear Deleted Scenes’ new album? Well, today is your lucky day. Pitchfork is giving you an advanced listen of Lithium Burn before its release date next Tuesday, April 15. On another...

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As Chain and The Gang’s forthcoming album draws near, the band unveiled a new video for their song “Devitalize” this afternoon. The release brings to mind Faith No More’s monumental video for “Everything’s Ruined”, as Chain...

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The staff at DCMD is proud to present our new and improved website. We’ve not only adopted a fresh look, but we’ve also added even more helpful features for D.C. musicians and local music enthusiasts...

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Rejoice-DIY venue Back Alley Theater-located underneath the Madison Terrace Cooperative in Brightwood-will reopen this Sunday with a solid experimental music showcase. Back Alley Theater’s colorful history dates back to 1967, when Mount Pleasant resident Naomi...

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Get ready D.C.-another homegrown electronic music festival is coming to town. The team over at U Street Music Hall will present the Union BBQ Music Festival at Union Market’s Dock 5 on June 14. Jamie xx, member of...

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DIY festival Fest Too is set to take place from June 26-28, but the event’s organizers are seeking donations to help offset costs. Fest Too‘s host venue will be DIY spot The Lab in Alexandria,...

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Lollapalooza has already sold-out of its early bird passes, but you’ve also got a better alternative that’s much closer to home-Lazapalooza. Lazapalooza will be an all-day beer and music festival presented by Bills and Brews, a new talk...

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There are a ton of D.C. bands that will be releasing albums this year, and one of the most anticipated records is Deleted Scenes’ Lithium Burn. The quartet thus far has unveiled several beautiful works...

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Last year was a crucial transitioning period for D.C. musician John Di Lascio. After performing with the popular local group Paperhaus for several years, Di Lascio left the band to start his own solo project,...

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After nearly a decade of preparation, Hoffman-Madison Waterfront LLC will have a groundbreaking ceremony today at 11am for its $2 billion Southwest Waterfront project. The Wharf will ultimately encompass about three million square feet of residential, office,...

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What was just a typical assignment for the Huffington Post lead to a chain of events that became much more complex than what local photographer Armando Gallardo bargained for. While taking pictures at Sweetlife Festival...

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Have you ever wondered what dinner would be like with Mary Timony and Ian Svenonius? Well, your dreams just came true in the form of Ex Hex‘s new video for “Hot and Cold”. The trio...

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Kingman Island Festival-one of the best local music events in D.C.- will return for its 5th installment on Saturday, April 26. A ton of D.C. alt-country bands will perform across two stages over the course...

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