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Concert Review: Regina Spektor

By Sarah Dieter March 31, 2017

Some critics say that gone are the days when musicians created their own music, dreamed up their own lyrics and provided their own accompaniment. Songs are now mainly produced for mass culture, with...


Concert Review: “Game of Thrones” Live Concert Experience

By Matthew Trunko March 24, 2017

A sudden thrust of a chorus of violins began the concert with the iconic opening theme of “Game of Thrones.” Smoke billowed from center stage as the Iron Throne rose from beneath. Giant screens...


Concert Review: XXYYXX

By Mac Dressman February 24, 2017

Many old-school DJs lament the lack of skill and creativity of their newer counterparts. As technology has advanced, mixing and beat-matching has become easier than ever, meaning that the bar for entry...

Summer Guide 2016

Summer Guide 2016

By Guide Editor May 20, 2016

  Fourth of July in the Capital There is no better place in America to celebrate the Fourth of July than the nation’s capital. If you’re here for the summer or just a long weekend, don your...

Seeing and Feeling Live Music

By Margie Fuchs April 10, 2015

On the night of its Tuesday album release, Alabama-born, Philadelphia-raised Waxahatchee brought a new breed of intimate punk to Black Cat. Waxahatchee, the newest indie-music incarnation of lo-fi darling...

Tombs Brings the Music

Tombs Brings the Music

By Emily Min and Emily Min December 13, 2014

While wine night at The Tombs may have been cancelled, management there is making alternative Sunday night plans: live music! That's right, beginning next semester, there are plans to have live musical...

The Return of RAC

By Bryson Greene November 7, 2014

Sunday, October 26th was the second time in a year that I was fortunate enough to see one of my favorite up-and-coming bands, RAC. The indie-rock/electronica band from Portland, Oregon was making their...

Fun. Frontman Rocks With New Band

By Bryson Greene September 26, 2014

For a Tuesday night in Washington, D.C., the 9:30 Club was jumping. I could practically hear the wailing of Jack Antonoff’s guitar from two blocks away on U Street. For the second time in a few weeks,...

Big Sean is NOT This Sean

Big Sean is NOT This Sean

By Sydney Bolling and Sydney Bolling April 1, 2014

With the Spring Kick-Off concert fast approaching, I’m sure you’ve all been researching the two artists coming to campus, White Panda and Big Sean. Or at least you keep meaning to. If you’re musically...

Taking Back the D.C. Live Music Scene

By Caitlin DeSantis September 20, 2013

Before Georgetown became the site of the D.C. cupcake wars, it was home to a constant battle of the bands. Over the past few decades, the neighborhood’s once diverse array of live music venues has...

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