Devon O'Dwyer

Sofar, So Good: Uncovering D.C.’s Pop-Up Concert Scene

Sofar, So Good: Uncovering D.C.’s Pop-Up Concert Scene


A crowd of people file into WeWork, a trendy office coworking space in DuPont Circle, on a Wednesday evening. Chattering amongst themselves and opening up their wine and beer bottles, they settle into couches and sit on the floor. The location exudes cool; WeWork includes an open lounge space featuring an odd assortment of couches…

The Untitled Leisure Project: <i>Rogue One</i> and Beyond

The Untitled Leisure Project: Rogue One and Beyond

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Welcome to The Untitled Leisure Project. This week Graham Piro and Devon O’Dwyer discuss their thoughts on Rogue One and the future of the Star Wars franchise. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

In Defense of <i>The Bachelor</i>

In Defense of The Bachelor


On Jan. 2, the 21st season of The Bachelor premiered on ABC. It’s easy to dismiss The Bachelor as merely trashy reality television, and for sure, there’s a valid criticism to be made about yet another show that reinforces primarily white, heteronormative standards of beauty and relationships. I’m not here to argue against those criticisms….

Untitled Leisure Project: Fantastic Beasts and Where Not To Find Them

Untitled Leisure Project: Fantastic Beasts and Where Not To Find Them

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On this episode of Untitled Leisure Project, Daniel Varghese sits down with a panel of Voice staffers to discuss, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the newest addition to the extended Harry Potter Universe. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

Critical Voices: <i>The Hamilton Mixtape</i>

Critical Voices: The Hamilton Mixtape


The Hamilton Mixtape, inspired by the soundtrack of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Hamilton, features interpretations of the original songs from a series of high profile artists as well as new material from Lin Manuel Miranda that did not make the final cut for the musical. For fans who have been unable to acquire the…

Best of 2016: Movies

Best of 2016: Movies

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1.) Zootopia Zootopia includes effective humor, impactful themes, and introduces a beautiful, immersive environment to boot. The film follows Judy Hopps’s move to the city of Zootopia where she attempts to prove herself against existing stereotypes. The plot is engaging, hilarious, and ultimately uplifting. Each of the characters grapple with how their identities shape their interactions…

James Vincent McMorrow: 9:30 Club, Wednesday 11/9

James Vincent McMorrow: 9:30 Club, Wednesday 11/9


James Vincent McMorrow is an Irish singer-songwriter known for his soulful indie-acoustic sound and delicate vocals. He has released three albums to date, each one building on the previous to add new, complex musical layers to his work. McMorrow is now touring after releasing his new album, We Move, earlier this year. The tour will…

Critical Voices: Phantogram, <i>Three</i>

Critical Voices: Phantogram, Three


Since their start in 2007, Phantogram has been known for producing dance hits and incorporating unique sampling into their music. Their work has attracted attention from many well known names, resulting in collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Skrillex, and OutKast. Their appropriately titled third full length album, Three, however, tackles their band power independent of other…

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