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27 Years in the Making

27 Years in the Making

Unrest reunited on stage at the Black Cat last Saturday to pay homage to its once DC-based record label Teenbeat. The rare appearance was only its second performance in 16 years and it was worth the wait. Offering their fans songs from past albums laden with sugary pop flourishes and punk-spirited indulgences, the band proved that their songs are just as relevant now as they were when they were when they were first released more than a decade ago.

07.14.10
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If gang wars were this fun…..

If gang wars were this fun…..

A solid offering of melodic hardcore melded with a new sense of purpose and heart. On July 1st “Gangland Buires it’s Own” tore open Fort Reno with a blistering set that marked the close of a perfect sumer day.

07.03.10
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What a Difference a Year Makes

What a Difference a Year Makes

Dave Mann and his friends have a story to tell, one that started with Minefields (a vetoed band name) and ended at Mittenfields. Last Friday, after a year-long hiatus from performing, Mittenfields returned to the stage at the Velvet Lounge. Judging by the audience’s warm reception, it was clear that the band was missed. During the set, the band offered an inspiring and enthusiastic performance that showcased its own brand of rock music with a friendly nod to hardcore.

06.24.10
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Birthday Bash 2010

Birthday Bash 2010

On Wednesday May 19, 2010 WPGC 95.5, one of the District’s most renowned Hip-Hop and RnB radio stations, celebrated their annual Birthday bash. And what a night it was!

05.26.10
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Rite of Passage

Rite of Passage

As part of the DoS series on local DC music venues we interviewed DC9′s owner, manager and resident DJ Bill Spieler about the club.

05.15.10
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