Drunk Buddies’ songs are centered mainly on the unique angst of living within the District. They take a simple approach to their music, two people with a drum set and a guitar, playing trance inducing riffs with thundering rhythms. A Melodic Hardcore/Alt rock band that will remind you of the old days of DC without being stale or repetitive.
If you heard that a band had named themselves after a stadium, what exactly would you expect their music to sound like? Something larger than life? Something you could bang your head to? Something, dare I say, you could fist pump to? Although Star FK Radium is somewhat named for the landmark of HFStivals past, you’re currently more likely to see them at Galaxy Hut rather than the Verizon Center. But the music created by this DC trio has a lot to say, even without lyrics, regardless of the venue.
Thievery Corporation is arguably one of the most influential and successful music groups operating in Washington, DC, today. The internationally renowned DJ duo consisting of Rob Garza and Eric Hilton have become self-sustaining musical powerhouses. Headlining shows in major cities around the world, infusing important global messages into their music and cultivating businesses within their own community and beyond, Garza and Hilton are leading their own musical movement that begins right here at our doorstep.
H Street is one of the areas that is now slowly but surely reclaiming its place in DC as one of the city’s busiest commercial districts. This is the location for our beloved Rock and Roll Hotel, an icon and an institution for live music in Washington, DC.
Dennis Kane and the Hoarders can take you back to the days of rock and rolls adolescence when the The Smiths and Echo and The Bunnymen were expanding the idea of what a verse and chorus could be.