Tag: 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: The Districts, August 18, 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: The Districts, August 18, 9:30 Club

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08/16/2017

Fresh off the release of their third studio album, Popular Manipulations, the Districts are headed to the 9:30 club for a show on Friday, August 18. The Philadelphia-based rock band’s current lineup consists of guitarist and vocalist Rob Grote, bassist Connor Jacobus, drummer Braden Lawrence, and guitarist Pat Cassidy. The band’s sound blends a touch…

Concert Preview: Petit Biscuit, August 2, 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: Petit Biscuit, August 2, 9:30 Club

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07/31/2017

With his first EP out last year, 17-year old French Moroccan DJ Petit Biscuit continues his international tour at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. on August 2. Petit Biscuit’s songs consist of smooth tropical house, for an immersive and active listener experience. He has garnered critical acclaim for his song “Sunset Lover,” which can…

Concert Preview: Rostam, May 2, 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: Rostam, May 2, 9:30 Club

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04/27/2017

D.C. native Rostam Batmanglij will be returning to his hometown on May 2 for a concert at the 9:30 Club. The former Vampire Weekend band member has been slowly releasing new songs, including “Gwan,” a cello-heavy track that just came out on April 26. His latest album release, I Had A Dream That You Were…

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…

Concert Preview: White Lies, Feb. 1, 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: White Lies, Feb. 1, 9:30 Club

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01/26/2017

Formerly well-known for adhering to a distinctly post-punk style, the English trio White Lies has begun to branch out from their limited frame in their latest album, Friends Harry McVeigh, Charles Cave, and Jack Lawrence-Brown initially united in 2004 under the name Fear of Flying, but later debuted as White Lies in 2006. The band…

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

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

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11/04/2016

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…

Twenty One Pilots Round 2

Twenty One Pilots Round 2

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09/11/2015

It seems I’ve started a tradition at Georgetown where my first article of the year, and my first concert of the year is Twenty One Pilots. Fresh off their sophomore album, the duo from Ohio kicked off their Blurryface tour at D.C’s Echostage, a much bigger venue than last year’s 9:30 club. This change in…

Concert Preview: Dr. Dog at the 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: Dr. Dog at the 9:30 Club

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01/22/2015

Though I once thought that Dr. Dog was a solo artist, the band consists of six members, two guitarists, a bassist, a drummer, a keyboardist, and a sixth member who plays various instruments. Their style is best described as psychedelic indie rock, though they have a touch of folk and Beach Boys-esque surf rock as…

Neon Trees: Burning Bright ’till the End

Neon Trees: Burning Bright ’till the End

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07/15/2014

Like their name suggests, everything about a Neon Trees concert is dazzlingly bright. From lead singer Tyler Glenn’s glittery boots to Branden Campbell’s rhinestone studded bass guitar, there’s no shortage of onstage flash. What’s even more impressive is the band members have the energy to match, playing like it’s their first or last live show…

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