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July 23rd, 2011 - 1:33 pm § in Freelance Work

One Track Mind: The Gift: Funeral grunge meets acupuncture – Washington City Paper

Standout Track: No. 2, “Corpse Reviver”… via One Track Mind: The Gift: Funeral grunge meets acupuncture – Washington City Paper. I break down a standout track from The Gift’s debut album. Corpse Reviver by The Gift[...]

July 1st, 2011 - 6:00 pm § in Freelance Work

Wugazi: Wu-Tang Clan and Fugazi, Together at Last – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper

Well, allow Wugazi take you back to a simpler time. via Wugazi: Wu-Tang Clan and Fugazi, Together at Last – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper. Enter the Wugazi: Sleep Rules Everything Around Me by WUGAZI[...]

July 1st, 2011 - 5:55 pm § in Freelance Work

Ilsa, The Body, Assembly of Light Choir, and Braveyoung Perform at St. Stephen’s Tonight – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper

What better way to kick off a summer weekend than with a heady mix of post-rock, ephemeral doom, brutal crust metal, and, um, a 14-woman vocal choir? via Ilsa, The Body, Assembly of Light Choir, and Braveyoung Perform at St. Stephen’s Tonight – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper.[...]

July 1st, 2011 - 5:53 pm § in Freelance Work

Thomas Collins: Chillwave for Dummies? – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper

Take one D.C. hardcore punk screamer, one Brooklyn hip-hop producer and sound engineer, a spoonful of summer spirit, a bottled-up idea of what chillwave should sound like, a dash of a potent gin drink, shake well, strain, and press play. That's the precise mix of ingredients that went into [...]

June 16th, 2011 - 1:00 pm § in Freelance Work

Listen to The Fordists’ Debut Album – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper

Local post-hardcore trio The Fordists are readying their debut full-length, and it’s streaming now on Bandcamp. via Listen to The Fordists’ Debut Album – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper. Sweet stuff from a D.C. post-hardcore trio. Watch You by The Fordists[...]

June 16th, 2011 - 12:58 pm § in Freelance Work

Monument Releases More New Old Emo – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper

Seven months after the band released its debut album Goes Canoeing, D.C. new-old-emo act Monument is back at it with a new cassette, Sweatpants Fever. via Monument Releases More New Old Emo – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper. The new stuff from Monument rips. Sweatpants Fever! by Monum[...]

June 3rd, 2011 - 3:12 pm § in Freelance Work

Download: Into It. Over It.’s “Washington, D.C. – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper

Chicago-based emo troubadour Evan Thomas Weiss isn't the first person to record a song called “Washington, D.C.” via Download: Into It. Over It.’s “Washington, D.C. – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper. A behind-the-scenes look at Into It. Over It.’s[...]

May 12th, 2011 - 1:53 pm § in Freelance Work

Lionize’s Merchandise Savior Adam Jimenez is Reggae Band’s Most important Member – Washington City Paper

But this isn’t a story about Lionize. It’s a story about their merch guy. via Lionize’s Merchandise Savior Adam Jimenez is Reggae Band’s Most important Member – Washington City Paper. The nitty gritty details about surviving as a musician.[...]

May 4th, 2011 - 12:44 am § in Freelance Work

Dope Body’s Nupping, Reviewed – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper

Known for its intense, mucked-up punk rock, Dope Body cranks out some brutal jams on Nupping. via Dope Body’s Nupping, Reviewed – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper. This is one insane record. Read my dictionary-entry style review of the album and pick up the record.[...]

May 2nd, 2011 - 11:01 am § in Freelance Work

Mouthbreathers’ Minor Threat Tribute: Hardcore, With 100 Percent More Bong – Arts Desk – Washington City Paper

On Monday, Brooklyn indie site Impose Magazine wrote up a little piece about a new band from Lawrence, Kan., that evokes the brightest days of the D.C. hardcore scene. “Anxiety,” a fuzz-filled jam by newbie quartet Mouthbreathers, is actually a little more reminiscent of the early &a[...]



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