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Photos of Wavves and Post Animal at U Street Music Hall on Saturday night Wavves   Post Animal...

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Photos from Sofi Tukker‘s sold-out show at U Street Music Hall last Friday...

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Review: Noname @ U Street Music Hall 2.28.17

March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

It’s no secret that there’s an insane amount of talent coming out of the Chicago music scene, and one of its brightest stars right now is 25-year-old rapper Fatimah Warner, better known by her moniker...

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Photos from The Griswolds show at U Street Music Hall this past Friday, with Dreamers The Griswolds   Dreamers...

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When it comes to making modern dance music, the main ingredient tends to be some sort of electronic gadget, like a drum machine or synthesizer. Last week, U Street Music Hall experienced some more unconventional...

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Photos from Bear’s Den and Gill Landry’s show at U Street Music Hall, by Anna Moneymaker...

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Photos by Krystina Gabrielle I got into Baltimore band Wye Oak earlier this year, when they blew me away with their performance at Rock and Roll Hotel. My love for Wye Oak led me to see...

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Photos by Julia Leiby  Last year, Julien Baker put out one of the most heartbreaking albums of 2015 with her debut Sprained Ankle. After missing her previous stops in D.C., I couldn’t have been more...

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A piercing, powerful falsetto initially drew me to Christopher Gallant, better known as simply Gallant, when I first heard him sing Sufjan Steven’s “Blue Bucket of Gold” for the In The Room series earlier this...

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In contrast to the bright, glossy production on her recent song “Alright,” Young Summer‘s follow up, “Paused Parade,” is a more stripped-down hit that’s just as impressive. “Paused Parade” is the second single from her forthcoming...

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Missed Zella Day last week at U Street Music Hall? Check out this gorgeous photo gallery taken by DCMD photographer Christina Nguyen....

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By Jon Amar As part of a massive repair plan, Metro will close at midnight on weekends instead of 3 a.m. starting on June 3. It’s unclear how the early closures will impact D.C.’s nightlife as a whole, but...

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The fact that the British singer Låpsley is embarking on a music career at the age of nineteen–a time when most people have no idea what they are doing with their lives–intrigued me to check out...

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On Friday night, a line of people formed in front of U Street Music hall and stretched all the way down the block. Everyone was waiting to get into Yuna’s sold-out show, which happened to...

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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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It’s that time for another Wednesday giveaway. On Wednesday, April 6, Minneapolis rock outfit Cloud Cult will make their way to D.C.’s U Street Music Hall, and we’re giving away a pair of tickets to the...

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