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Come Alive with A Shrewdness of Apes

A Shrewdness of Apes band members posing together along a sidewalk.

Washington D.C. progressive rock act A Shrewdness of Apes (ASOA) are poised to release their latest offering, Live from Jammin Java on December 28, 2023. Ring in the New Year with the first live EP to be released by ASOA and made available on all major streaming platforms. 
Recorded earlier this year while sharing a lineup with Outerloop and Roscoe Tripp at the iconic VIenna, VA concert venue Jammin Java, the live album was then mixed by Ben Green of Ivakota Studios.

Join The Perfectionists and Fellowcraft for Perfectioncraft

Perfectioncraft promo photo featuring members of The Perfectionists on the left and members of Fellowcraft on the right.

More to Watch On Sunday, November 19, Washington D.C. will be treated to “Perfectioncraft,” a night that celebrates the coming together of The Perfectionists and Fellowcraft for a night fueled by originals and covers as the band members swap instruments and vocal duties for an unforgettable and engaging experience. See The Perfectionists and Fellowcraft at […]

NowhereJam Fuels Adrenaline Rush in “Find The Light”

This thumbnail from the "Find The Light" music video shows a motocross rider on a red bike slinging a blue guitar over his shoulder. The band's logo and song title appear on the right hand side of the image.

More to Watch The first few seconds of “Find The Light” by NowhereJam introduce the searing guitars and interplay between rock drum and bass. The vocals kick in and the track is in overdrive for the duration. Hailing from Los Angeles and featuring the talents of Melissa Jane Lighting, Max Passerini, and Alis, NowhereJam consistently […]

Free Friends Know You Can “Save Me”

Free Friends - "Save Me (feat. Makeout)" - album art featuring a green and yellow background with a photo of Free Friends band members stylized for a more hand-drawn look.

More to Watch After a fashion that pop punk music tends to specialize, Baltimore, Maryland-based pop-punk band Free Friends find hope, optimism, and the courage to ask for help in their latest single, “Save Me (feat. Makeout).” Ben DeHan, Lauren DeHan, and Gil Perez, working alongside producer/engineer Matt Malpass (blink-182) observe the doubts and fears […]

Hum Along with Eli Lev in “That Universal Song”

Eli Lev - "That Universal Song" album art with an orange-red background, the name of the artist and song, and a futuristic looking AM/FM radio.

More to Watch Eli Lev has masterfully built strong human connections over the years by captivating audiences with his authentic, infectious melodies and uplifting lyrics. “That Universal Song,” recorded over a two-year span in Manassas, Virginia with acclaimed producer Austin Bello, continues the trend by merging modern production techniques with conventional instrumentation to achieve a […]

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, […]