IAN SWEET is touring for her third album, 2021’s Show Me How You Disappear (via Polyvinyl). The stylized moniker is the stage name for Jilian Medford, from Los Angeles, who started in 2016. (Note: I’ll use her stage name below.)Continue reading “Concet Review: IAN SWEET @ Songbyrd Music House (7/29/22)”
The Marías gifted DC fans a music love letter at the 9:30 Club on February 14th, and as a bonus they showered the adoring masses with flowers.Continue reading “Concert Review: The Marías @ 9:30 Club (2/14/22)”
‘Don’t f%@k this up, DC!’ – Brian Aubert, mentoring the 9:30 Club denizens on how to snap.
‘You guys are destroying my mind right now.’ – Michael Fitzpatrick
The 9:30 Club is about to get a whole lot cooler, as Silversun Pickups perform on March 8th!
Looking for that spark of music to fill your Valentine’s Day void?
Itasca is the pseudonym for Kayla Cohen, and along with her band of four, they performed at the intimate Rhizome DC on November 16th, for an early show.
If you haven’t yet been to Rhizome in Takoma, the perfect opportunity has arrived!
The Regrettes came through DC and killed their great punk and garage rock set for the super-packed, sold out U Street Music Hall on October 1st. A mightly fine way to kick off October and the Fall season.
Bleached, the LA punk pop band, came to our fair city to crush an excellent show at U Street Music Hall on September 17th.
The Regrettes return! I dare you to go to their show!
LA’s Bleached is venturing to our fair city, and that’s good news.
The Wild Reeds gave the ‘craziest city to perform in’ a night of soothing folk harmonies and a spirited show worthy of DC. For an unassuming Tuesday night, this performance now ranks up there among the best concerts thus far in 2019.
Head over to the Rock and Roll Hotel on April 28th, for HEALTH, the intense noise rock band from LA you need to experience for yourself.
Folk harmony at its finest!
LA’s Cherry Glazerr blazed a gallant musical jaunt through DC!
Few things foreshadow raising a little hell as effectively as an open flame in a crowded room.
U Street Music Hall will play host to the Los Angeles garage/indie rock band, Cherry Glazerr.
It’s 2019, let’s rock!