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Emerging DC house producer Caleb L’Etoile has taken Johnny Stimson’s “SO. GOOD.” and prepped it for the warmer climates of Spring. L’Etoile transforms the suave bedroom number into a sultry club warmer with a stepping bass-line that playfully dances around the lone trumpet. Percussive rhythms grab your hips and transport you to what feels like a Havana […]

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Violent Soho’s Hungry Ghost didn’t get as much stateside love as it should have. Not only is the band’s sophomore album a testament to the (not so) surprising return of 90s rock, but it’s also one of the better albums of last year. “Saramona Said,” the most recent single off the release, is a sonic […]

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OFF!, the punk rock supergroup consisting of Keith Morris (Black Flag, Circle Jerks), Mario Rubalcaba (Earthless, Hot Snakes, Rocket From The Crypt), Dimitri Coats (Burning Brides) and Steven McDonald (Redd Kross), have released “Void You Out,” the first single off of their upcoming album Wasted Years.

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Tears For Fears’ most recent record, 2004’s Everyone Loves A Happy Ending, was the first original material Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith had produced together since 1989’s The Seeds of Love and their subsequent split two years later. It’s no surprise the influential duo are back in the studio working on a new album — reissues and reunion […]

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It is with great pleasure that we premiere “The Automation”, the debut track from Melbourne’s Covers. The band have churned up a sound as hypnotic as it is epic, and it’s bound to sink its claws into eardrums. “The Automation” is out there, a vast soundscape full of rich sounds and instrumentation, powered by massive […]

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Tonight, Austin’s The Octopus Project will be bringing their magical brand of experimental indie pop to the District at DC9. The four-piece is currently touring in support of their most recent LP Fever Forms, released July 9th via Peek-A-Boo Records. Get ready for the show with their video for album highlight “Sharpteeth” above. DOWNLOAD: The […]

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Meet The Orwells, five seventeen/eighteen year olds from the suburbs of Chicago who self-released their first album, Remember When, while in high school. The Chi-town teen rockers have been relentlessly touring and have just put out an EP dubbed Other Voices with the help of producer Dave Sitek (TV On The Radio).

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What would you do if you got canned from your shitty job via text message? Crush 40s and piss on everything in your path? Yup, sounds about right.

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