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Photos: The North Country @ DC9 7.2.15

July 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Photos by Irene Yoon Photos from last Thursday’s show at DC9, featuring D.C. rockers The North Country....

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Every inch of DC9’s floor was filled on Sunday night when The Sea Life and Torres played the sold out venue. D.C. band The Sea Life opened the show with their blissful rock melodies that warmed up...

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Photos by Julia Leiby Photos from last Saturday’s sold out show at The Pinch with Tenement, Sheer Mag, Big Zit and Sem Hastro.    ...

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By Irene Yoon Veteran D.C. pop-punk act The Max Levine Ensemble headlined the Black Cat on Wednesday with Olympia, Washington’s RVIVR and Brooklyn band Shellshag. Here’s what we captured:   The Max Levine Ensemble RVIVR...

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Photos: Paperhaus @ French Embassy 6.19.15

June 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Photos by Irene Yoon Photos from Paperhaus‘ sold out show at the French Embassy last Friday.    ...

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Photos by Lindsay Hogan, edits by Alex Schelldorf After a solid performance at Bonnaroo a few days prior, Courtney Barnett made her way to D.C. for two sold-out shows at 9:30 Club last Saturday and Sunday....

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Photos: Luke Brindley @ Jammin Java 6.5.15

June 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

Luke Brindley, singer-songwriter and co-owner of Jammin Java, celebrated the release of his new album on Friday night with a big crowd. Here’s our photos from the show:...

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Photos by Terrance Doyle  If there is one band that I could travel back in time to see, it would have been The Beatles. John Lennon was assassinated years before I was born. The closest...

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Swedish hardcore punk rockers Refused played to a completely-packed Rock and Roll Hotel audience on Friday night. Here’s what we captured at the show:...

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Photos by Chris Bulbulia Daybreaker, the popular early-morning dance party that has seen success in cities like New York and London, had its launch event on Wednesday in D.C. We got up bright and early...

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Review: Death @ Black Cat 5.28.15

June 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

In 2009, the label Drag City released  . . . For the Whole World to See, a compilation of songs recorded in the mid-’70s by the Detroit-based punk band Death. The album earned the group newfound...

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Review and Photos: Sweetlife Festival 2015

June 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

Photo Credit: BFA When I pulled into the parking lot of Merriweather Post Pavilion for Sweetlife, the first thing I noticed was how organized it was. The facilities were clean. No toilets were overflowing; there were...

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Photos by Alex Schelldorf  Last night’s FIDLAR and METZ show was one of the loudest concerts we’ve seen at 9:30 Club–here’s what we captured: Sun Club   FIDLAR METZ...

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Photos by Albert Jiang The Low Anthem started the night with a low key, folky vibe, filling the venue with a sound that was at times mournful, and at times upbeat. Measured, slow songs filled...

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Photos by Iana Kozelsky Photos of Geographer’s sold out show at U Street Music Hall on Saturday, May 23. Geographer Idehands   Empires...

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Photos by Matt Lenell Concertgoers were treated to two of rock ‘n’ rolls more forward-thinking, creative, and experimental groups on Tuesday night at Echostage, as TV on the Radio gave their debut performance at the...

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