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Playing their blend of alternative rock with blues-rock has always given them a mellow vibe, but playing at Nationals Park they were able to fill the ball park. Published 2:35 a.m. August 4, 2012 - Comments
This reached an even higher decibel several minutes later when the band performed their ideological summation “New Noise” which for all intents and purposes capped off the night. Published 1:04 p.m. July 30, 2012 - Comments
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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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 have been broken up for at least a decade.