Articles tagged: concert


Features

The radical vulnerability of Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner

Michelle Zauner's vulnerability is what makes her art so special, translating to an intimacy that guides both her new memoir and Japanese Breakfast record.

Leisure

Man Man and GRLwood Bring Energy and Oddity to the Black Cat

Picture six men in sparkling purple cloaks playing various obscure instruments beside a disembodied deer head enshrined in flowers. This image perfectly captures the mood of indie rock group Man... Read more

Leisure

Georgetown Student Jabari Butler’s Concert Dirty Skin Draws Large Crowd

On Sunday, September 22nd, Jabari Butler (MSB ‘22) debuted his first album, Dirty Skin, at Mystery Inc, an underground music venue right by campus. The sweaty, intimate atmosphere of the... Read more

Leisure

Cole World in DC

KOD. Kids on Drugs. King Overdosed. Kill Our Demons. Such simple phrases we probably overlooked when Jermaine Cole—better known as J. Cole—released his fifth studio album, KOD. The beats, the... Read more

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Concert Review: Blind Pilot, Rams Head Live!, Feb. 4

Blind Pilot played to an enthusiastic crowd at their show at Rams Head Live in Baltimore on Feb. 4. The Portland-based group’s music does not fall squarely in the category... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Shakey Graves charms at the Hamilton

An ex-Spy-Kids actor, donning a cowboy hat and a Wu-tang Clan T-shirt, walks into a bar. The Hamilton’s bar at the corner of 14th and F Street, that is. On... Read more

Halftime Leisure

Christian McBride Trio captivates at Bohemian Caverns

Christian McBride is imposing in every sense of the word. Standing almost as tall as his instrument, the bass player, planted in the center of U Street’s Bohemian Caverns in... Read more