We don’t deserve Sean Barna...but we’ll gladly take him as one of our own.
Hynes and company bared all sides of themselves during their Lincoln Theatre performance and created something magical in the process.
After a tough day to watch on the news, British-Icelandic rock band Dream Wife delivered the cathartic release that many people were in desperate need of.
For Rooney's last show of their Cosmic Interlude tour, they brought the memories of Californian summers, beachy vibes, and 00's TV shows to Rock and Roll Hotel.
An album release show at Black Cat for a hometown band? Sounds like the right move for DC power pop band Bad Moves.
The Philly-based Trash Boy has got a lot to get off their chest in the nation’s capitol. What better way to do it than through some boisterous and rage-filled punk rock?
Let’s Eat Grandma’s latest album I’m All Ears is an aural treat. At their U Street Music Hall show, though? Well…partially.
Imagine you have a piña colada in hand while laid-back grooves get people up and dancing. In Poolside's world, 'daytime disco' rules at all times of the year, no matter the climate.
It’s hard to make a place as massive as The Anthem feel like a family gathering, but Punch Brothers did just that with some great banter and even greater musicianship.
Miguel lifted a packed crowd at The Anthem in Washington, D.C. to the stratosphere when his Ascension Tour stopped here earlier this week.
Hailing from both sides of the Rio Grande, The Chamanas meld the musical traditions of multiple countries into something uniquely their own. They’ve played alongside the likes of Odesza, Beach House, and Portugal. the Man for good reason.
Shooter Jennings brought his entire career (and then some) to the stage at Washington, DC’s recently opened City Winery. Recap + Photos.
At 22, the multi-talented musician and songwriter Mura Masa has already earned two Grammy Awards receiving international acclaim for his debut self-titled album. For the second time within a year’s timespan, Mura Masa hit the 9:30 Club, welcomed by a sold-out crowd ready to party.
After performing over 110 shows around the world in support of her debut album I Love You Like a Brother, Lahey wrapped up her whirlwind and worldwide tour at Rock and Roll Hotel with one fist-pumping power rock anthem after another.
With a 13-piece band in tow at The Anthem, Father John Misty toned down the sarcasm, but his dedication to giving a passionate performance has never been stronger.
Even with a curveball like Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino, Arctic Monkeys still know how to wow a crowd. Recap and photos from their recent tour stop at The Anthem in Washington, DC.
Sylvan Esso stopped by The Anthem in Washington, DC and threw a dance party for 6k of their closest friends.
Don’t hate, Greta Van Fleet are just giving the people what they want - a young, upstart band playing straight-up rock music. No wonder they moved up from DC9 to The Anthem in less than a year.
Thrones. Water guns. The now-famous vagina pants. At her sold-out Anthem show, Monáe swan-dived into the world of arena-pop spectacle.
Is there a more accurate album title this year than Phil Cook’s People Are My Drug? By now, our love for Phil Cook should come to nobody’s surprise - the Hiss Golden Messenger and Megafaun guitarist has been on our podcast twice to talk life and his love of people and connection. But take one listen to his sophomore album, and you’ll get the same notion that everyone at Cook’s sold-out Songbyrd already knew - he can create some damn uplifting music. Cook drew heavily from gospel and Mississippi Delta music as well as contributions from friends like Mountain Man (which includes Sylvan Esso’s Amelia Meath) and Richmond’s No BS! Brass Band. It’s a considerate and uplifting collection of songs for people going through struggles of their own.