MTGQXDCKQLMSHRIUH on Phil Ade: "Starting On JV" Listening Party at Commonwealth
FirstTerri on Lil' Wayne is America
86Emery on Covers Coffeehouse III
- 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
March 3, 2010
January 12, 2010
We cannot thank you guys enough for coming out to our show last Wednesday. The bands were great: Typefighter warmed our hearts with new songs and familiar favorites (I’m still partial to “Ocean Floor” and “Out In The Yard”), Miss Shevaughn & Yuma Wray kept things fun and folky, and even threw a Tom Petty cover into the mix, and Child Ballads.
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.
December 8, 2008
By 1997, both myself and the members of Pavement were just about over the “hype.” Well maybe myself more than they, after seeing the band’s brief and bizarre appearances on stadium JumboTrons and Music Televisions disappear as quickly as they came.