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Lauren Calve Brings The Winter Sun to D.C.

Lauren Calve poses for a press photo with an acoustic guitar under blue lighting.

More to Watch Singer-Songwriter Lauren Calve will be headlining The Winter Sun Tour, with upcoming January dates in PA, DC, and NY, supported by Cat Ridgeway and Catterina of Washington D.C. Fresh off the success of her Fall 2022 acclaimed debut album release, “Shift,” Lauren shows no signs of slowing. Having recently completed a tour […]

Strangers That Clique Get into The Heavy After Hours

Screenshot of the Strangers That Clique logo from "Throw That Weight Around" music video.

More to Watch Earlier this year, Alchemical Records reported the release of the After Hours EP released by Washington D.C. funk, hip hop, soul, and rock amalgamators, Strangers That Clique. The June EP was the band’s first ever studio recording, a teaser for the full length The Heavy After Hours coming to all major platforms […]

Marilyn Hucek Contemplates ‘Love and Loss’ with New EP

Marilyn Hucek poses for a promo photo in an edgy but delicate black tulle dress and goth boots.

More to Watch On Nov. 24, rising D.C.-based singer-songwriter Marilyn Hucek released her latest EP, “Love and Loss.” The collection may be Hucek’s most personal yet, and she explains that listening to the songs is like reading from the pages of her diary.    Marilyn Hucek – Photo Courtesy of Elisabeth Donaldson – Styling by […]

Dot Dash Takes It Back With “16 Again”

The name of the album, '16 Again' is written in bubble letters above a banner photograph of the band playing together.

More to Watch D.C. locals Dot Dash compile 16 of the band’s best tracks, and re-releases them with Country Mile Records. Terry Banks (lead vocalist and guitarist), Hunter Bennett (bassist), and Danny Ingram (drummer) make up the garage-band, pop punk trio that is Dot Dash. After 7 albums, the band with self-proclaimed “no hits” drops […]

Outerloop Storms Back Into Business With “huracán”

In a painted photo, a black horse is bucking over shadows of people.

More to Watch D.C. local post-punk outlet, Outerloop, releases “huracán” on November 10th. Hurricanes are angry, defined by their high-fast winds and concerningly calm center. Outerloop’s newest single, “huracán”, does justice to its stormy namesake. The song, a bi-lingual piece reflecting on the state of a post-Maria, looks at the abuse of power in a […]

Colombian Pop Band Morat Releases “Someone I Used to Know”

Morat tour dates.

More to Watch Colombian roots-pop phenomenon Morat has released the bilingual “Someone I Used To Know,” “a wistful, confessional collaboration with hit Brit songsmith James TW (‘When You Love Someone’), and announced 2024 U.S. tour dates.” See Morat at MGM National Harbor January 28, 2024. The contents of “Someone I Used to Know” and its accompanying video will touch your heart […]

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 […]

Keep Summer Flowing with “Daytrippin” by Iration

In a spacey, red background, a white hand is coming out of a yellow gate. There is a beach, and abstract shapes around the sand. Around the entire image is a red border that says Iration in white text on the bttom, and Daytippin in white text at the top.

More to Watch Iration released their newest album, Daytrippin, on October 6th. The Hawai’i-based band takes it back to their roots on their newest album. Iration – “Daytrippin” Album Art – provided by artist. While their 2020 album, Coastin’,  had a bit more of an electronic influence on their reggae-fusion, this newest album strips that […]

Crack The Sky Celebrates Their 20th Album “From The Wood”

Crack The Sky stands against a black background in suits.

Recent Articles The West Virginia-bred band, released their 20th album, “From the Wood”, back in June and are now taking it on a tour of the East Coast. L to R: Bobby Hird, Dave DeMarco, Joey D’Amico, John Palumbo, Rick Witkowski, Glenn Workman – Photo of Crack The Sky courtesy of Rei Peri. In every […]