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The National Teaches The Joy of Sadness

Tonight The National is ropier, headier and more strung out than usual. Quiet moments become fuller. Guitars slowly build intricate, sustained riffs and crystalline...

The Many Voiced National

The National never set out to be famous. Born and raised in Ohio, the five-piece formed in 1990’s Brooklyn while in their 20’s. Matt Berninger...

Swing to the Muscle Shoals Sound This Sunday

It’s New Year’s Eve 2015. My girlfriend and I are sitting on the stools in front of the upstairs bar at the 9:30 Club,...

Brandi Carlile: What a Glorious Sight

To sing un-miked in front of 6,000, the audacity. Brandi Carlile and her longtime collaborators, Tim and Phil Hanseroth, stepped out from behind their mikes...

My Greensky Weekend

Greensky Bluegrass is a bit like Lay’s potato chips. “Betcha can’t eat just one.” The band booked the 9:30 Club on Feb. 2 and The...

DC Gets a Greensky

What is a poor music lover to do? This weekend there are simply too many choices. Luckily, Dear Readers, you have two sleuths, who...

Garage Grunge, Post Punk and Psychedelic Rock

Friday Dust off your Doc Martins and head down to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hotel to catch Mystery Friends this Friday, Jan. 26. A mashup...

The Weekend in Music

Long time District music fans may remember a band called “Of a Revolution” formed in 1996 in Rockville. Puzzled? Know colloquially as “O.A.R.,” the group...
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