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Photos by Miranda Hontz Every shape and shade of hipster was packed in to The Lincoln Theatre Monday evening to take in performances by Father John Misty and opener Tess And Dave. Tess And Dave...

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Photos from last Sunday’s show featuring Maryland’s Two Inch Astronaut, Toronto outfit Greys and Virginia’s Flowerbomb. Two Inch Astronaut Greys   Flowerbomb...

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Photos by Miranda Hontz I arrived at Rock and Roll Hotel, father-in-law in tow, for a raucous good time with Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band and opener Swampcandy. Swampcandy is a two-man madhouse from Maryland that...

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Fellow Creatures released their first demo on Bandcamp in August 2014. Ever since, I have played the song that would become “Séance” consistently for the past 18 months, seen Fellow Creatures perform live about six...

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Photos by Miranda Ellis When I heard that Thao & the Get Down Stay Down were going on tour, I knew I had to be at their local show. The fact that Saintseneca was one...

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Photos by Lindsay Hogan On Wednesday, The Joy Formidable proved they’re still one of the greatest contemporary power trios with their stellar performance at 9:30 Club. Using classic rock jargon to describe a band normally tagged...

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Review: Chairlift @ Black Cat 4.15.16

April 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

I got to Black Cat just five minutes after doors opened on Friday night, but by that time the line to go upstairs already stretched to the back of the venue’s Red Room bar. Lots...

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I usually dislike when an opening act sounds too similar to the main band; I prefer a band that is on the opposite end of the spectrum so that my ears can experience something different...

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By Christina Nguyen One of the best concerts we’ve seen so far this year was on Sunday, when Boston’s Magic Man and Australian rockers The Griswolds took the 9:30 Club stage. Here’s what we captured...

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What first drew me into Cloud Cult was their musical exploration of spirituality and morality, which has given me a sense of happiness in dark times and shaped the way I think. Since I no longer strongly...

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Photos by Justin Rodgers Hailing from Brazil, opener Boogarins sang in their native Portuguese language, with their vocals layered over stunningly beautiful psychedelic rock melodies. The band mentioned that it was their third time in D.C., and their first...

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Photos by Miranda Hontz Two things struck me as I strolled into the Black Cat’s Backstage Wednesday night. First, Brett vocalist Mick Coogan wasn’t wearing Ray-Bans. I’ve seen Brett several times, and he’s always wearing...

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Citizen Cope is on an acoustic solo tour right now, and Friday night’s show at Lincoln Theatre presented audience members with two sets for a total of 20 songs, plus a four song encore. His...

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Wylder and The Family Crest packed Rock and Roll Hotel on Saturday night with an audience ranging from underage college students to retirees, all equally enthralled with the experience. As indie folk band Wylder played,...

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Photos by Miranda Hontz D.C. got to experience a little bit of Nashville when Those Darlins and opener Idle Bloom visited Rock and Roll Hotel Sunday night. Originally scheduled during Snowzilla, the show was well...

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Photos by Justin Rodgers After a long hiatus, Miike Snow returned to the 9:30 Club for a sold out show. Before their set, childhood friends Heather Golden Schwalb and Emma Rose Jenney fronted the opening...

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