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The Walking Sticks will put you right in the middle of a delectable, lucid dream with “Take Me Up to the Sun,” the latest song from their forthcoming EP, Pop Dreams. Singer Chelsea Lee produces pulsating vintage...

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Stronger Sex just delivered a fresh dose of electronic pop with its first single, “Love is a Herring.” “Stronger Sex involved long hours of experimenting with tons of electronic equipment and random sound generators,” said...

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Steve Kolowich, commonly known as Stranger in the Alps, has released a new single in anticipation of his sophomore album release early next year. “Black Box” takes Kolowich’s indie-folk contour and bends it into pop elements...

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New Music: “Bad Memory” by Dead Professional

October 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from D.C. singer-songwriter John Harouff, also known as Dead Professional, but the rising artist has just released his best song yet. “Bad Memory” is from Harouff’s forthcoming EP,...

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On October 14, The Funk Ark is set to release its third studio album, Man is a Monster. “Man is a Monster is a collection of songs from a period of two years during which...

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Premiere: “White Fences” by East Ghost

October 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

D.C rock band East Ghost made its debut with the 2012 EP St. Elizabeths, and now the trio is set to unveil a new album this week called If I Sleep. Drawing on rock and roll,...

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Premiere: “Beyond the Plain” by PLOY

October 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Today, we’re stoked to premiere “Beyond the Plain,” the first track released by electronic duo PLOY since their Summer Songs series. In keeping with the times, “Beyond the Plain” feels like an official send-off to summer....

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New Music: “Old Soul” by The Effects

October 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

D.C. supergroup The Effects released its complimentary track to “Blister” yesterday, entitled “Old Soul.” The song is over twice the length of “Blister” and is entirely progressive as it cultivates and follows an erratic structure....

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While you were busy leaving work, D.C. rockers Teen Mom released a brand new song called “Naked in the Eyes of My Love.” The track is a part of a compilation album from record store/music venue...

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New Music: “Foulbrood” by Two Inch Astronaut

September 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

This fall will be an exciting time for D.C.’s music scene. With the growing amount of new releases that are coming out soon, there’s another album that you should add to your wish list: Two Inch...

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New Music: “Wholes” by Big Hush

September 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Since Big Hush released the single “Winner” last October, the D.C. rock group has remained relatively quiet. But last week, the band posted a new track on Bandcamp called “Wholes” that reemphasized exactly why Big Hush has...

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New Music: “More To This” by U.S. Royalty

September 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

U.S. Royalty released an awakening single this morning – “More To This.” This is the band’s first release since their sophomore album Blue Sunshine in January. The song features vibrations that are so different from anything...

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D.C. musician Mary Ellen Funke, who used to perform under the moniker Mellen, is back with a new electronic project that boasts a very peculiar name, Tigers Are Bad For Horses. “The name comes from Lyell’s...

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When I interviewed Sam McCormally about Ugly Purple Sweater’s breakup last year, he mentioned that there were other musical projects that he would eventually unveil. Last week, one of those new projects, Fellow Creatures, finally emerged to the surface via a...

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On The Agenda: YUM. @ IOTA Club 9.5.14

September 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Looking for a good show to hit up tonight? Local rock band YUM. will be headlining IOTA Club tonight, but who are they, you ask? YUM. is based in Northern Virginia and is comprised of singer-songwriter...

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Are you sick of all the new bars, restaurants and overpriced apartments and condos that have invaded U Street lately? D.C. solo artist Jack on Fire also has a bone to pick about the rapid...

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