By Emily Shelton | 11/9/17 1:04pm
It’s about time we talked about Bad Brains here. After all, they are one of the biggest influences on the rock and punk scene even still today, and they come from our very own D.C.
By Emily Shelton | 10/26/17 1:03pm
Welcome to the world in 2002, where people were discovering the new millennium with generally horrible fashion taste. George W Bush was sitting not-so-pretty in the oval office and the fear of terrorism wormed its way into defining an era. But simmering in DC was a post-punk band working and paying hard to change the political scene, and proving that punk kids could still dance.
By Emily Shelton | 10/24/17 5:44pm
If there’s one word I can use to describe the King Krule show at Black Cat on Saturday, it would be unexpected. Archy Marshall, who goes by the stage name of King Krule, broke from his seemingly suave and sedated image to play a powerhouse set to a buzzing crowd. The sold-out show proved to follow the angsty, dark vibe of his new album, The OOZ.