Kina Grannis, the singer/songwriter from Mission Viejo, California, performs at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC. Published April 30 2012
Legendary DC punk rockers Bad Brains perform at the Howard Theater in Washington DC. Published April 27 2012
The New York based Japanese action comic punk band Peelander-Z bring their elaborate stage show to DC9 in Washington DC. Published April 25 2012
The Dandy Warhols' latest album trades sunshine for storm clouds. Published April 24 2012
Jam and electronic fusion band Lotus performs at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC. Published April 23 2012
Loma Prieta, the rising grindcore act from San Francisco, performs at DC9 in Washington DC. Published April 19 2012
The Brooklyn quintet Caveman perform at the Red Palace in Washington DC. Published April 17 2012
The Dandy Warhols' Peter Holmstrom opens up about 'This Machine,' his band's beautiful but bleak new album. Published April 16 2012
Omaha, Nebraska's Conduits bring their dense sound to the Black Cat in Washington DC. Published April 15 2012
Indie rock supergroup Wild Flag perform at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC. Published April 10 2012
Rocker and motivational speaker Andrew W.K. brings his boundless energy and partying to the 9:30 Club in Washington DC. Published April 9 2012
Who would have thought someone would put out a 12-track music CD all about the life of a security chief inside the CIA Published April 7 2012
Australian indie rockers the Temper Trap perform at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC. Published April 6 2012
San Francisco's black metal shoegazers Deafheaven perform at DC9 in Washington DC. Published April 5 2012
The noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells perform at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC. Published April 3 2012
Stephen Bradley is an avid music listener and an occasional writer. He grew up in the Washington DC area and has been embedded in the local music scene for years. Currently he lives in Vienna, VA. He enjoys bands that ...Read More
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