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Daniel Cohen Shines in “Star People”

Daniel Cohen - Star People - album art depicting a photo of a large tall building made out of glass, shot from below.

Recent Articles In his fifth single since debuting as an artist in 2022, Daniel Cohen reveals what is perhaps his most pop-driven track yet, “Star People,” a reimagining of a track inspired by George Michael. Daniel Cohen – Star People – album art Complete with mentions of aliens, radio broadcast snippets, electronic melodies, “Star People” […]

One Way Out Hints at New Album with Recent Singles

One Way Out band members sit inside Jimmy T's restaurant.

Recent Articles Jimmy T’s Place launches on all major platforms Oct 6 True to form, dirty shirt rock n’ roll band One Way Out, originally from Washington D.C., do not disappoint with their latest release, “Final Failure,” from their forthcoming junior album Jimmy T’s Place, named after the iconic Capitol Hill restaurant. One Way Out […]

Bay Area Rock Band French Cassettes Arouse in “Medium Horny”

French Cassettes in a seated pose for the photo, bringing to mind a classic film reel.

More to Watch Performing in D.C. with Moozy at Comet Ping Pong on Sept. 27 Today, Bay Area indie rock band French Cassettes premiered the music video for their latest single, “Medium Horny” via Flood Magazine. Next week, the band kicks off their U.S. tour dates with a performance at Comet Ping Pong in Washington […]

Max Fite, Derek Evry, and Kill For Sushi – Rock The Runaway

Tour banner with a secret service agent announcing that "Max Fite is back!"

Recent Articles Los Angeles rockers maintain local Washington, D.C. ties on September 29 On September 29, 2023, The Runaway, located in the Brookland neighborhood of NW Washington D.C., will host indie rockers Max Fite from Los Angeles with support by local artists Derek Evry and Kill For Sushi (formerly Wandering Lies). Max Fite, Derek Evry, […]

Free Friends Reveal How to Be “Worry Free (feat. glimmers)”

Free Friends: Gil Perez, Ben DeHan, Lauren DeHan

More to Watch Baltimore pop punk royalty Ben DeHan broke the internet earlier this year with the release of “Taking Time” alongside the launch of Free Friends with wife and cellist Lauren DeHan and drummer Gil Perez. Now, they release their second single with blink-182 producer and engineer Matt Malpass; “Worry Free (feat. glimmer)” accompanied […]

Reggae Rock Band Ballyhoo! Tour with New Album, Shellshock

Ballyhoo! band members stand on a sandy beach with beach condos in the background.

The highly anticipated 9th album by American reggae rock and punk band Ballyhoo! is officially out there! Shellshock, the 14-track LP, written and produced by the Aberdeen, Maryland-based band features a variety of impressive genre-complementary collaborators from around the world, including The Elovators, Hirie, Iya Terra, Tropidelic, Bumpin Uglies, and Kyle Smith.
This studio album release is accompanied by a number of thoughtful pieces of bonus content, always one of the ways Ballyhoo! goes above and beyond fan expectations. Ballyhoo!’s YouTube channel has begun rolling out live playthroughs of various tracks from the complete playthrough, beginning with some of the albums underdogs, “Prisoner,” “Insomniac,” and “Polarity.”

Illiterate Light “Don’t Settle Down” — Touring; New EP

Album artwork for Aloe by Illiterate Light featuring colorful graffiti style artwork on a black background.

More to Watch Virginia rock band Illiterate Light celebrate the release of their new EP with national tour; hometown show at Get Tight Lounge in Richmond, VA on Saturday, September 16th. Album artwork for Aloe by Illiterate Light After receiving significant critical acclaim for their sophomore full-length album, Sunburned (released January 2023), which was featured […]

Madge Music Makes the Rounds with National Fall Tour

ravepack album art featuring Madge with a shaved head and wearing black pleather.

Recent Articles Rising pop artist hailing from Salt Lake City, Madge begins a national tour from Washington State to New York with a stop in Washington D.C. at DC9 on September 27, 2003. Exceptionally timed with the recent release of her latest EP, ravepack, and featuring the single “notss,” the tour is certain to span […]

New Album by Whitehall — Tour Stops in D.C. and Richmond

Whitehall performing on stage in 2022.

More to Watch An indie rock four-piece from Charleston, SC, Whitehall amalgamate the sounds of alternative and grunge rock with modern pop rock sensibilities for a universally appealing tone without losing its edge. Whitehall — Photo credit: Nicole Mago Imagine Nirvana without the angst, or Weezer without the ego, and you’re on the verge of […]

“Blueberry Season” by Cate Tomlinson Heralds Forthcoming EP

A woman and a pair of dogs sit in a grassy tropical garden paradise.

Recent Articles “Blueberry Season” is in full swing with the release of the anthemic title track from the forthcoming EP by singer-songwriter and performing artist Cate Tomlinson.  “Blueberry Season” track artwork “Blueberry Season is the brutal in-the-moment experience where you just have to feel the bad feelings for a while before you get better,” says […]