Petite Amie, with a French moniker yet hailing from Mexico City, gave us DC denizens a fine evening of psychedelic dream pop by way of a nearly sold out show at Pie Shop on Friday, August 26th.Continue reading “Concert Review: Petite Amie @ Pie Shop (8/26/22)”
Hopefully you were among the lucky ones to witness Hatchie’s ebullient show at Songbyrd Music House on May 4th.Continue reading “Concert Review: Hatchie @ Songbyrd Music House (5/4/22)”
Dream pop lives!Continue reading “Concert Review: Yumi Zouma @ Black Cat (4/9/22)”
Yumi Zouma, an alternative/dream pop band from New Zealand, graces DC via the Black Cat on Saturday, April 9th.Continue reading “Concert Pick: Yumi Zouma @ Black Cat (4/9/22)”
‘This is a very special show! Christie, do you want to tell them why?” – Josh Burgess of Yumi Zouma
‘What if Lost Boys was about hot vampire women instead?’ – Natasha Khan
The mighty electropop band from New Zealand, Yumi Zouma, comes to DC9 on March 12th. Get there!
British singer-songwriter, Natasha Khan, will perform at Sixth & I Synagogue on Tuesday, February 18th, bringing her lush dream and synth pop to our fair city!
Get yourself over to The Anthem during the first week of September!
Memorial Day Weekend is looking good, head over to the Black Cat for a sweet round of indie pop.
Life will work out well if you spend all your Easter Sunday’s with Norwegians.
Did you sway with Dizzy?
Dizzy returns to DC with a full album of wonderful songs.
Japanese Breakfast returned to DC with a high-energy show at the 9:30 Club.
Japanese Breakfast returns to DC on the strength of a second album that alters and elevates the experimental dream pop sound of their first album.
Get to know Dizzy, the best dream pop band from Oshawa!
The Canadian band Dizzy comes to DC with their infectious pop on December 8th!
Alvvays lit up the Rock and Roll Hotel with waves of luminous and crowd-pleasing dream pop on Saturday, October 7th.
Yumi Zouma return to DC on October 24th!