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Madge Music Makes the Rounds with National Fall Tour

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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 […]

Strangers That Clique Make Friends and New Album in D.C.

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Recent Articles DMV funk, hip-hop, soul and rock artists Strangers That Clique release an EP and celebrate with a release party at DC9. Strangers That Clique – album art – courtesy of the artist. Featuring a beautiful complement of orchestration, songwriting, performance, production, and general funkability, After Hours by Strangers That Clique announces a future […]

Keep Your Secrets Keep It Real in ‘fake’

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Recent Articles Washington D.C. pop-punk powerhouse, Keep Your Secrets have just released another high-energy track, “fake.” Malerie Gamblin (Lead Vocals), Ken Tilar (Guitar), Jasiu Mich (Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals), Matt Nguyen-Ngo (Drums, Bass, Auxiliary Instruments, Backing Vocals) evolved into a full band in Summer 2021, releasing a number of singles and their debut EP, Let’s […]

Jeff Draco Says ‘Freezing in Hollywood: Sunrise Sessions’ is ‘As Raw as It Gets’

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More to Watch On October 27, rising dream pop artist Jeff Draco released his latest project, “Freezing in Hollywood: Sunrise Sessions.” The one-of-a-kind video production features Draco performing his 6-track EP, in its entirety, from a boat on Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay while the sun rises. Audiences experience Draco’s captivating sound in a whole new light, […]

Emo Trio Fieldrush: ‘We Were Working to Get the Most Out of Not Just Our Songs, But Also Ourselves’

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San Diego-based emo trio Fieldrush named their band after a desert plant, specifically, a weed that can withstand harsh conditions. Given that the band was established during the height of the pandemic, the name feels fitting. Fieldrush’s high-energy compositions, carefree attitude, and introspective songwriting position the band as an unmistakable rising act. Learn more about Fieldrush’s exciting story, including how the band’s cultural diversity informs their creative process, their favorite memory of the D.C. area, and what audiences can expect from their forthcoming debut EP, Fundamentals.

Smokin’ On Planes Explores the Certainty of Uncertainty with ‘Enigma’

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More to Watch By Cynthia Gross Earlier this month, D.C.-based post-hardcore band Smokin’ on Planes released their latest single, “Enigma.” The song’s melodic, retro-tinged sound coupled with an exploration of existential themes reveals the certainty of uncertainty within our lives while showcasing some of the band’s best work to date. Lead singer and rhythm guitarist […]