AON x Panda Head Magazine: C V L T

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Communal living explored in this short film produced for the new issue of Panda Head Magazine.

Recap: AON x YGG Show Series at The Baron

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AON teams up with You Got Got to kick off a show series at The Baron. Here’s what the first one looked like.

Surf City, "Crazy Rulers of the World"

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The New Zealand fuzz-poppers kicked off 2011 with the release of their debut full-length album, Kudos, on Fire Records, and a brief American tour with psych-rock label mates Bardo Pond.… Read More

Late Nights at Montserrat House

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The U Street Corridor is known for the variety of bars and clubs lining this busy stretch of the city. And over the last decade, one of the most consistent… Read More

The Million Man Tire Explosion with Diane Cluck

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A discussion about the evolution of the District’s music scene through the decades will likely at some point touch upon the numerous DIY spaces that have hosted countless shows featuring… Read More

Tabi Bonney Brings On The Feedback

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DJ Stereo Faith is known throughout DC as a positive force for quality events throughout the city, from the Black Cat, to DC9, to Napoleon, and beyond. Even by his typically high standards, the Feedback curated by Faith this last Saturday at DC9 was an exceptional evening indeed.

Oh, To Feel The Gentle Slumber: Slumberland Records Anniversary

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The DC founded, Slumberland Records, celebrated their twenty-year existence with a more than colossal show on Friday at the Black Cat. With a clown car of acts squeezed into the Cat’s normal time slot, fanatics of the label were able cheer wildly along to the likes of Brown Recluse, Pants Yell!, Frankie Rose & The Outs, The Ropers, Nord Express, Lorelei, and of course, the feature of the evening, the one and only pop sensation, Crystal Stilts. I must admit that I spent the majority of the night tethering back and forth between the show, and my favorite dance night at the Black Cat, Kicks. But what I did hear was all manner of dreamy, indie, garagey, shoegaze, psych-flecked, cotton candy goodness.

Phil Ade: "Starting On JV" Listening Party at Commonwealth

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Don’t let the mixtapes name fool you, rapper Phil Phil Adé may have already hit the big leagues as the first artist signed to Raheem DeVaughn and Andre “Dre The Mayor” Hopson’s 368 Music Group label.

SXSW 2009 Diary Pt. 2 – The Wrap-Up

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Editor√¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢s Note: AON Contributor,√Ç Denman Anderson, has had an incredible time at SXSW this year. His four-day trek has taken him to see many familiar faces in Austin, mainly because… Read More

SXSW 2009 Diary Part 1

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Editor’s Note:Our good friend and AON contributor, Denman, is braving the Austin yearly madness known as SXSW. He will be twitterring, video documenting and blogging about his SXSW adventures. We… Read More

Backstage with Nadastrom

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AON caught up with Nadastrom backstage at a Blisspop show that they headlined a few months back.

The Kora Records Presents A Benefit For Change

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With only a few days left until Nov. 4, many of you may be feeling the fatigue from the nasty campaigning that has characterized this election. But it’s still far… Read More