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
January 18, 2010
Like needy health organizations in third world countries, awaiting contraception under the Bush administration, denizens of the district sit with baited breath for the hope of any band harder than those supporting ipod sales, to roll through. Fortunately, last Monday, just such a diamond, (of the King sort), surfaced up from the dirt.
December 14, 2009
After a long and eventful weekend, which was taking a hearty toll on my constitution, there were few and far between things that could have drug me out of recovery and into a blustery Sunday evening. The Brooklyn concrete gritted band Orphan, however, was on that very short list. And with the promise of seeing spastic noise grinders Child Abuse as well, it was more than a done deal.
October 16, 2008
Seldom does one venture into Adams Morgan after ten on a Saturday looking for anything other than trouble, but last week I was invited to a unique music and art celebration at Affinity Lab, a cooperative space for creatives above The Diner.
June 30, 2008
These United States are a band of nomadic travelers led by songweaver Jesse Elliot. Through a blend of folk, pop, rock and electronic accents, their debut album — A Picture of the Three of Us at the Gate to the Garden of Eden — makes a major statement in showcasing the talent at hand, and features performances by many of the best musicians DC has to offer.