Claire Goldberg Concert Review: Tennis, 9:30 Club, March 19

Wearing a sequined shirt that looked like it belonged to Donna Summer, Tennis guitarist Patrick Riley walked on stage ready to perform. The duo’s second half and lead singer, Alaina Moore, followed shortly after in a strapless leotard and striped, high-waisted bell bottoms, her poofy ‘fro topping off the overall ‘70s look, taking the concert...

Tyler Pearre CV: Drake, More Life

More record sales. More streams. More Life. More Everything.   Less than eleven months ago the 6-God released one of the most anticipated projects in the history of rap music, Views. The album, anticipated by many to be his magnum opus, received mixed reviews from fans and critics alike, and left many confused as to...

Gustav Honl-Stuenkel CV: Cameron Avery, Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams

After rising to fame as the bassist for the psychedelic pop group Tame Impala, Cameron Avery takes a starkly different artistic direction in his latest album, Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams. Tame Impala claimed their niche in the industry with spacey, dreamlike instrumentals, distorted vocals, and forlorn lyrics, attracting acid-chasing teens and summer festival-goers alike. Eschewing...

Laura Isaza Endless Reflections: Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors

When people step inside one of the plain, fifteen-square-foot boxes at the Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum, they discover an endless world of lights, colors, and patterns. Born in Matsumoto, Japan in 1929, Kusama moved to New York in the late ‘50s, where her popular abstract and experimental style brought her...

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Concert Review: Tennis, 9:30 Club, March 19

Concert Review: Tennis, 9:30 Club, March 19

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03/23/2017

Wearing a sequined shirt that looked like it belonged to Donna Summer, Tennis guitarist Patrick Riley walked on stage ready to perform. The duo’s second half and lead singer, Alaina Moore, followed shortly after in a strapless leotard and striped, high-waisted bell bottoms, her poofy ‘fro topping off the overall ‘70s look, taking the concert…

CV: Drake, <i>More Life</i>

CV: Drake, More Life

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03/22/2017

More record sales. More streams. More Life. More Everything.   Less than eleven months ago the 6-God released one of the most anticipated projects in the history of rap music, Views. The album, anticipated by many to be his magnum opus, received mixed reviews from fans and critics alike, and left many confused as to…

CV: Cameron Avery, <i>Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams</i>

CV: Cameron Avery, Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams

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03/17/2017

After rising to fame as the bassist for the psychedelic pop group Tame Impala, Cameron Avery takes a starkly different artistic direction in his latest album, Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams. Tame Impala claimed their niche in the industry with spacey, dreamlike instrumentals, distorted vocals, and forlorn lyrics, attracting acid-chasing teens and summer festival-goers alike. Eschewing…

Endless Reflections: Yayoi Kusama’s <i>Infinity Mirrors</i>

Endless Reflections: Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors

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03/17/2017

When people step inside one of the plain, fifteen-square-foot boxes at the Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum, they discover an endless world of lights, colors, and patterns. Born in Matsumoto, Japan in 1929, Kusama moved to New York in the late ‘50s, where her popular abstract and experimental style brought her…

CV: The Shins, <i>Heartworms</i>

CV: The Shins, Heartworms

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03/17/2017

The Shins have never been a band to take risks. After accomplishing the impossible by striking a remarkably original, balanced, and mature sound on their first record, growth seemed both unnecessary and improbable. Heartworms, the band’s first release in five years, gives weight to this sentiment. Despite being a dutiful continuation of The Shins’ traditional…

Monkeying Around: Don’t Go Bananas for <i>Kong: Skull Island</i>

Monkeying Around: Don’t Go Bananas for Kong: Skull Island

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03/17/2017

“Is that a monkey?” As several Vietnam-era helicopters fly over the eponymous island, a 100-foot tall silhouette appears against the backdrop of a setting sun. One of the characters in the helicopters utters the insightful question written above. The towering behemoth in front of the choppers is none other than King Kong, no longer a…

<i>Shadows</i> Highlights Poetic Whitewash of 50s Jazz

Shadows Highlights Poetic Whitewash of 50s Jazz

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03/16/2017

In Greenwich Village circa 1955, as the foreshadowed fog of the 1960s began to roll in, New York was addicted to improvisation. The Bebop Jazz Movement was on fire, with performers like Miles Davis improvising harmonic sets in New York’s finest jazz clubs. The Beat Poets were shaking up mediocrity, each poetic performance characterized by…

Concert Preview: Tennis, March 19, 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: Tennis, March 19, 9:30 Club

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03/14/2017

Whimsical, beachy, and retro, Tennis encapsulates a sound like no other. The duo consisting of Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley, married and hailing from Denver, CO, released their first album, Cape Dory, in 2011. It was inspired by the couple’s post-college sailing trip and the different locations they discovered along the way, a perfect example…

DC Fashion Week Promotes Diversity and Sustainability

DC Fashion Week Promotes Diversity and Sustainability

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03/14/2017

Nestled in between New York and Milan fashion weeks lies DC Fashion Week (DCFW), the quirky and blossoming little sister of its iconic counterparts. DCFW celebrates its location in the international and politically-minded District, and embraces its role as the spunky, eclectic, attention-grabbing younger sibling of America’s fashion scene. In the spirit of D.C., attendees…

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