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Photo: Matt Hogan
Photo: Matt Hogan

Caroline Rose Dug Her Own Grave

I’m almost ashamed to admit that it wasn’t Caroline Rose’s music that first caught my attention, it was her powerful aesthetic. When you’re doing the Music Picks at On Tap, and you don’t recognize a band, sometimes you make a judgement call on whether to give them a listen or not based on their artwork or […]

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Photo: Mike Kim

Kamasi Washington Gives Us Butterflies

Kamasi Washington played Lincoln Theatre Saturday night and,…
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Exploded View's Anika thinks Berlin Winters are Rubbish

Anika’s (Annika Henderson) voice sits somewhere between Nico…
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Christine and the Queens find Freedom in Fluidity

Attempting to write about anything Christine and the Queens does…
Photo: Cara Robbins

Inside Indigo, Wild Nothing's Ode to 80s Pop

The early aughts of music discovery via blogs were exciting and…
30 Days of Music

30 Days of DC Music

In honor of our local music issue, we present DC musicians, both…
Photos: Lauren Melanie Brown

District of Den-Mate: Indelible Force Jules Hale Embraces DC Music Scene

Den-Mate began roughly five years ago as a literal bedroom pop…
Photo: Mark Gorman

The District's Jazz Renaissance

Thirteen years ago, drummer John Heinze played U Street mainstay…
Photo: Ray Polanco

The Many Lives of Toro y Moi

Chaz Bear has written, recorded and released music under a host…
Photo: Courtesy of Jamal Gray

Movers & Shakers: Who's Behind the Music in DC?

DC’s music scene is an organism in flux. This is not so surprising,…
Photo: Courtesy of Ezra Furman

Ezra Furman is Excited About Lunch

Tomorrow, punk-ebullient artist Ezra Furman comes to U Street…
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