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New Music: “Friend Of A Friend” by PLOY

April 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

PLOY’s success can not only be attributed to the quality of the duo’s music, but also how consistent they’ve been with releasing songs. This morning, the Hyattsville-based electronic act unveiled their latest single via SoundCloud and Bandcamp called...

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New Music: “Chalon” by Brett

April 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

Rejoice Brett fans-the D.C. synth-pop outfit is back with new music. This morning, the group has unveiled a gem from their first full-length that’s slated to be released in May via pop label Cascine. “Chalon” is...

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As Deleted Scenes’ album release draws near, the quartet continues to unveil new gems from Lithium Burn. This afternoon the band premiered yet another brilliant song from the album, called “House of Dust”. Deleted Scenes...

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Although it’s only April, 2014 is shaping up to be another great year for D.C.’s electronic music scene. Local stalwarts like Outputmessage and newcomers Cavale have released great albums this year that were both ambitious...

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New Music: “Modern Love” by Furniteur

March 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

Attention Brett fans-there’s a new act in town who you might have a new affinity for. Furniteur is the solo project of D.C. musician Brittany Sims, who just premiered her first single called “Modern Love”. The...

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New Music: “Ruin” by VEDAS

March 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s rare to see a new band premiere its first song on a national outlet, but that’s exactly what dream-pop duo VEDAS did when Nylon featured the single “Ruin”. Within a few seconds, the seducing drums and vocals sweep...

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New Music: “Right Wing” by Priests

March 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s here! Punk outfit Priests has just released the debut song off of its forthcoming EP, Bodies and Control and Money and Power, this morning. The release will be the follow-up from the quartet’s Tape...

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As Deleted Scenes’ album release draws near, the D.C. quartet has unveiled a new song this afternoon that didn’t quite make the cut onto Lithium Burn. “Songs of Leaving Behind” is a thoughtful four-minute contemplation...

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Out of all the releases I’ve covered, Screen Vinyl Image’s 2011 album Strange Behavior was one album that really stuck with me. It was a dark, unabashed record that was unlike anything I had previously...

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New Music: “Hold Tight” by Heavy Breathing

February 14, 2014 | 2 Comments

Heavy Breathing has a new song for you to add onto your Valentine’s Day playlist, aptly titled “Hold Tight”. In true form, the brazen electronic-rock trio adds its own clever yet twisted touch to a...

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New Music: “Sam & Jenny” by Linsay Deming

February 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Singer-songwriter Linsay Deming has brought a lovely musical gift just in time for Valentine’s Day with “Sam & Jenny”. Produced by The North Country’s Andrew Grossman, this charming little number will get you into the...

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Dead Professional (aka John Harouff) released a brand new power pop number called “I’m Not The One” on Monday. Harouff’s soulful, stirring vocals layered over the song’s contagious hook makes it an enjoyable listen. Catch...

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New Music: “Talk” by PLOY

February 3, 2014 | 2 Comments

PLOY strikes back with yet another new song. Showing no signs of slowing down, “Talk” marks the third single the Hyattsville-based electronic duo has released within the last couple months. Have a listen to it...

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New Music: The Burlies’ Self-Titled EP

January 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

The last time we heard from The Burlies (Dismemberment Plan frontman Travis Morrison’s other band) the quartet released a sublime black and white music video for “The Ocean”. On Wednesday the group finally dropped an...

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After releasing a respectable EP last September, D.C. garage rock quartet Drunk Tigers are back with two brand new songs to kick-off 2014. Listen to the rumbling tunes “Downtown” and “Eye In the Sky” and...

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For those of you impatiently waiting for The Deadmen’s debut release to arrive, your break might be coming up in the very near future. The proficient collective, comprised of D.C. songwriters Josh Read, Justin Jones, Justin...

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