Nearby Concert Events

Sep
14
Sat
Andrew Bird - @ 07:00PM
The Anthem - Washington , DC
Sep
14
Sat
Capitol Steps - @ 07:30PM
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center - Washington , DC
Sep
14
Sat
Streetlight Manifesto - @ 07:30PM
The Fillmore Silver Spring - Silver Spring , MD
Sep
14
Sat
Maysa - @ 07:30PM
Birchmere Music Hall - Alexandria , VA
Sep
14
Sat
Preacher Lawson - @ 08:00PM
Warner Theatre - DC - Washington , DC

Nearby Sports Events

Sep
14
Sat
Reign FC at Washington Spirit - @ 07:30PM
Audi Field - Washington , DC
Sep
15
Sun
Sep
15
Sun
Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals - @ 01:35PM
Nationals Park - Washington , DC
Sep
15
Sun
Long Island Ducks at Southern Maryland Blue Crabs - @ 02:05PM
Regency Furniture Stadium - Waldorf , MD
Sep
16
Mon

Nearby Theatre Events

Sep
14
Sat
What the Constitution Means to Me - @ 08:00PM
Kennedy Center - Eisenhower Theater - Washington , DC
Sep
14
Sat
Shear Madness - @ 09:00PM
Kennedy Center - Theater Lab - Washington , DC
Sep
15
Sun
What the Constitution Means to Me - @ 02:00PM
Kennedy Center - Eisenhower Theater - Washington , DC
Sep
15
Sun
Shear Madness - @ 03:00PM
Kennedy Center - Theater Lab - Washington , DC
Sep
15
Sun
Shear Madness - @ 07:00PM
Kennedy Center - Theater Lab - Washington , DC
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Event News

Adam Dubin Showcases the Camaraderie of the Bay Area Thrash Metal Scene in ‘Murder in the Front Row’
11 Sep 2019

Known for his work with Metallica and the Beastie Boys, the director discusses steering clear of oft-repeated stories, digging up rare video for the documentary, and the future of his unseen “black album” recording footage.

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New Classical Reviews
4 Sep 2019

​In August our classical reviewers dug into recordings that reimagined classic film scores, highlighted iconic characters from the opera world, and explored a myriad of sonatas, symphonies, and choral works.

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The Calming Chaos of Fire-Toolz
30 Aug 2019

Angel Marcloid explains how she uses jagged, disruptive sounds to create her idea of serenity.

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Ben Folds on Repeating Mistakes, Conjuring Characters, and Repeating Mistakes
23 Aug 2019

The alt-rock graduate discusses the honest self-examination that went into writing his memoir, A Dream About Lighting Bugs, in a career-spanning conversation that touches on specific songs, bombing on ‘SNL,’ and why he likes to close his albums in a particular way.

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Album Premiere: The Hollywood Stars, ‘Sound City,’ a Lost Power Pop Gem from 1976
20 Aug 2019

An excellent artifact of 70s glam and power pop receives a long overdue release on Burger Records.

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Album Premiere & Interview: Sunny War Continues to Push the Boundaries of Folk on ‘Shell of a Girl’
19 Aug 2019

Along with an exclusive stream of her new album, the vagabond musician reckons with bad drugs, good drugs, fake punks, and rediscovering the versatility of acoustic music.

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Hanne Hukkelberg’s Experimental Pop Takes a Personal Turn on ‘Birthmark’
16 Aug 2019

The Norwegian musician shares her thoughts on turning 40, maintaining her humanity in an increasingly machine-run world, and how one of her most melancholy songs proved sadly prophetic.

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Ra Ra Riot’s Wes Miles on Recording at His Parents’ House, Learning to be a Frontman, and Falsetto
8 Aug 2019

​The dance-pop outfit’s singer and keyboardist shares recollections of recording Superbloom, his songwriting collaborations with Rostam Batmanglij, and how he’s handling the latest onslaught of music-themed movies.

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New Classical Reviews, July 2019
1 Aug 2019

​Outstanding performances of choral masterpieces headlined our classical album reviews for July, featuring new recordings of works by Tchaikovsky and Beethoven.

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Roddy Bottum Thought He Was Done Making Intense, Heavy Music; Then He Joined the Nastie Band
26 Jul 2019

The Faith No More, Imperial Teen, and Crickets keyboardist talks about happily embracing the “high drama” of his latest band, the surprising complexity of slow music, and how he’s slowly emerging from a rough couple of years.

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