Monthly Archive: July, 2012

Major Lazer in DC

Major Lazer will be performing at the 9:30 Club on October 25th.  Tickets are $30 & will go on sale Thursday, August 2 at 10 am- purchase here.  This show will be all ages.

Animal Collective | “Today’s Supernatural”

Yesterday night the Animal Collective radio had it’s first run with guest such as Panda Bear, Black Dice, and Haunted Graffiti.  They premiered a new track from the upcoming album, Centipede Hz.  Check out… Continue reading

Willis Earl Beal in DC

Willis Earl Beal will be performing in Washington, DC on October 6th at the Red Palace.  The show is 18+ and tickets are $10- purchase here.

SBTRKT (DJ Set) at U Street Music Hall

SBTRKT will be in DC on October 21 to perform a DJ Set at U Street Music Hall.  Tickets can be purchased here. This show is 18+.

Holograms at Red Palace

Holograms will be coming to DC on September 5th to perform at the Red Palace.  Tickets are now on sale.  Check out a music video for “ABC City” below.  

Kool A.D. of Das Racist in DC

Kool A.D. in the grey, photo taken by Araceli Muñoz Kool A.D. will be coming to DC next week on August 3rd.  He will be performing at the Red Palace on H Street.… Continue reading

Father John Misty at the Black Cat

Father John Misty (Josh Tillman, former member of Fleet Foxes) will be performing at the Black Cat on October 20th.  Tickets are $15 & go on sale Friday (7/27) at noon- purchase here.

Trillectro Festival

On August 11, Trillectro will take place in Washington, DC.  It’s a music festival that bridges the gap between hip hop and electronic music.  It will take place at Fairgrounds across the Navy… Continue reading

Dogwoods Music x Pitchfork Music Festival 2012

This weekend Pitchfork Music Festival took place in Chicago and we were there! We saw so many great artists such as Cloud Nothings, Hot Chip, Nicolas Jaar, Grimes, Oneohtrix Point Never, Danny Brown,… Continue reading

Download Azealia Banks’ Fantasea mixtape

You can download Azealia Banks’ mixtape here for free. It features great producers such as Machinedrum and Lunice.