Tag: Landmark Music Festival

The Weekly List: Braving the Rainy Weekend

The Weekly List: Braving the Rainy Weekend

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10/01/2015

Hello friends! So it looks we on the east coast are bound for a rainy weekend as Hurricane Joaquin slowly lumbers in our direction. But hey, sometimes having a few days in can be a nice break from the hustle and bustle. So slip on your best groutfit, order take out and get your Netflix…

Voice at Landmark: In the Valley Below

Voice at Landmark: In the Valley Below

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09/30/2015

Landmark day two was kicked off by the California-based trio In the Valley Below. The band took the stage early this afternoon for the day’sfirst round of concerts. Hailing from different parts of Tennessee and Michigan and forming together in the LA music scene, the three clearly reflect a great deal of regional music influence….

Voice at Landmark: Manchester Orchestra

Voice at Landmark: Manchester Orchestra

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09/29/2015

Hard Rock are two words that undoubtedly describe Manchester Orchestra. The Atlanta-based band brought tremendous energy to their early afternoon performance on day two of Landmark Music Festival. Filled with hanging power chords and an earth-shaking bass drum, the band’s powerful show was probably best exemplified by keyboardist/percussionist Chris Freeman, who consistently shook his head…

Voice at Landmark: Lord Huron

Voice at Landmark: Lord Huron

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09/28/2015

The members of Lord Huron appeared to be more like old-school models than musicians when they walked onto the Miller Lite stage for the Landmark Music Festival this Sunday. They arrived pristinely dressed, hair impeccably gelled, clothes clean and appearing to be straight out of the fifties. “Clean” may be the best adjective to describe Lord…

Voice at Landmark: Wale

Voice at Landmark: Wale

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09/27/2015

“Can I take you to the go-go?,” Wale asked the crowd. It’s common for Kendrick Lamar to reference Compton, his hometown, or for Kanye West to give a shout out to Chicago. If you listen to Wale, it’s rare to find a song where he doesn’t mention a part of the D.C. metro area. Over…

Things You Probably Did Wrong at Landmark Day One

Things You Probably Did Wrong at Landmark Day One

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09/27/2015

A music festival can be a scary place. From strange performance-hula-hoopers to five-dollar canned coffee, there are many obstacles that any festival-goer must hurdle in order to have a successful experience. After testing our festival skills on day one of the Landmark Music Festival, we’re sharing our hot tips for how to right the wrongs…

Voice at Landmark: Band of Horses

Voice at Landmark: Band of Horses

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09/27/2015

Band of Horses came far from the west coast for DC’s Landmark Music Festival 2015. Based out of Seattle, WA, the band, with new music yet to come from this year, confidently appeared in their show for a nice break from a studio-heavy period. Although their performance early on in the day (4:30-5:30 on the…

Landmark Music Festival: Highlights from the <em>Voice</em>

Landmark Music Festival: Highlights from the Voice

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09/27/2015

Staffers from the Georgetown Voice had all-access passes backstage into one of the biggest musical events of the year: Landmark Music Festival. Landmark took place on Sept. 26 and 27 at West Potomac Park, on the National Mall just south of the Lincoln Memorial. The festival, occurring all day Saturday and Sunday, featured Drake and The Strokes as headliners,…

Voice at Landmark: Ben Howard

Voice at Landmark: Ben Howard

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09/26/2015

Ben Howard emerged meekly, sporting a black t-shirt, a pair of jeans, and a glowing smile, onto the Miller Light stage to perform during the Landmark Music Festival this Saturday. Holding his characteristic acoustic guitar, Howard sat in the center of the stage with his head bowed, closed his eyes, and began his set. He…

Voice at Landmark: The Mowgli’s

Voice at Landmark: The Mowgli’s

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09/26/2015

There’s only one way to describe the Mowgli’s: bubbly. The California-based group stepped—jumped, rather—onto the Lincoln stage at Landmark filled with enthusiasm and positive vibes, eager to play for an equally enthusiastic crowd. Having recently released a new album called Kids in Love, The Mowgli’s played a mix set of old classics and newer hits,…

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