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- allournoise: RT @johnnymetro: Plums & Talk It! tonight at Dynasty 2210 14th St DC @abeaujon @Marcissist http://t.co/RjZzbhOfFebruary 28, 2012 20:47
- allournoise: AON // Bite Sized Sets: Cate Le Bon: http://t.co/z6pKHTmsFebruary 27, 2012 14:47
- allournoise: RT @malitzd: Ian Svenonius talks Make-Up reunion (and a whole lot more) http://t.co/Rdgu9l7OFebruary 17, 2012 22:56
October 19, 2012
DC’s Brenton Duvall produces blissed-out beats for business or pleasure.
September 20, 2012
A reunited Make Up gave a secret performance back in the spring at Comet. Catch them tonight at the Black Cat!
November 19, 2009
Paul Michel has been a steady fixture in the DC music scene over the last decade. Having played in bands such as The Out_Circuit, The Hard Tomorrows, and Georgie James among others, and for most of that time, a solo artist in his own right. I’ve known Paul for just as long, sharing many mutual friends and the undergrad experience in Blacksburg, Va.
August 20, 2009
I first took notice of David Correy and his band at their performance on the main stage at Artomatic back in July. It was a slow night, not a lot of people streaming through southeast DC, but his anthemic song, “Dreamin’”, with its irresistible hook and unexpected guitar solos built up the audience to an impressive strength.