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A Light Hearted Evening

A Light Hearted Evening

It is no secret that some of the best music ever written has come from heavy hearts. With the band Lightfoot, Jess (and her new bandmates) has taken the break up of her previous band Vox Pop in stride and shines a sunny light on some heavy issues…

12.29.09
Reviews

DC’s Musical Family Tree

DC’s Musical Family Tree

The city of Washington, DC, has great history to be sure, but we often overlook its great musical legacy and the impact this city has had on the bands that we listen to today. You may be surprised to learn that DC was, and continues to be the primary stage for several of the most influential musical artists in recent music history. In fact, across genres, DC has seen the rise of notable artists and bands including Marvin Gaye, Fugazi, and Duke Ellington just to name a few. We hope that you enjoy this look back at our shared history as we end a great year.

12.25.09
Featured, Reviews

A Revelation for the Times

A Revelation for the Times

For Jamison Lyman, it is through music that he expresses his love of God and defines his own path as a solo artist and singular talent in the band A Tale Of. Performing live at The Red and The Black on December 7, Lyman shared his ambient style songs and religiously inspired lyrics.

A Tale Of
Ambient

12.10.09
Featured, Reviews

Strap in and Take Flight with The Jet Age

Strap in and Take Flight with The Jet Age

Throughout their past couple of albums, The Jet Age have had some pretty unusual destinations. This time they take what everyone saw and heard before and turn that potential into a reality–all while simultaneously turning those expectations up on their head. With their third album, The Jet Age have now landed in an unexpected destination once again – “In ‘Love’.”

The Jet Age
Rock

12.04.09
Featured, Reviews

Night of The Mostly Dead

Night of The Mostly Dead

Whenever I go to a show, there always seems to be that one kid in front of the stage, screaming every lyric of every song. You can see on his face and in the pump of his fist the intense effect the music has over him. On Saturday, Nov. 14, that kid wasn’t in the pit. He was on stage. His name is Zak, Kurt, Mikey, and Eric, and they are The Mostly Dead.

The Mostly Dead
Punk

11.25.09
Featured, Reviews

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