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  • Interview: Panda Bear discusses new album and tour

    Interview: Panda Bear discusses new album and tour

    With his latest release Buoys, Panda Bear (aka Noah Lennox) is venturing into new turf, both musically (changing his production techniques) and lyrically (commenting on politics for the first time). Speaking to AXS.com from his home studio in Lisbon, Portugal where he was gearing up for his U.S...
  • Watch: PVRIS premiere new haunting video for 'Anyone Else'

    Watch: PVRIS premiere new haunting video for 'Anyone Else'

    The alternative rock band, PVRIS has released the fifth song/video, titled “Anyone Else,” off of their rapidly approaching Rise Records’ sophomore album, All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell, due to drop on Aug. 25. The new album was a reunification with producer Blake Harnage who also...
  • PVRIS releases new track, ‘Winter’

    PVRIS releases new track, ‘Winter’

    The U.S. rock sensation, PVRIS has released a new song, “Winter,” the fourth track off their upcoming sophomore album, All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell due out Aug. 25 via Rise Records. To keep fans watching as well as listening, the group simultaneously released a dramatic black and white...
  • Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher announce ‘Back To Back’ comedy tour dates

    Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher announce ‘Back To Back’ comedy tour dates

    Comedians Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher are heading out on a ‘Back To Back’ North American tour this fall, with 20 total shows starting on Sept. 21 at Seattle’s Neptune Theatre and wrapping up just under a month later at the Majestic Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin on Oct. 15. Throughout the past...
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    In Photos: Royal Blood come out of the black in Washington

    Royal Blood played Washington's 9:30 Club Tuesday night, heating up the crowd on a sweaty June evening. The second bass-playing frontman Mike Kerr stepped up to his mic, arm raised like a conductor directing his own show, the crowd exploded and didn't die down until the band had roared through their...
  • PVRIS announce headlining North American fall tour

    PVRIS announce headlining North American fall tour

    Rock trio PVRIS will continue their busy touring schedule throughout the rest of 2017, having now announced their own run of headlining North American dates on Monday. The alternative rock band from Lowell, Massachusetts will hit the road for 19 shows in support of their upcoming sophomore LP, All...
  • The Anthem is set to open October 12, 2017.

    I.M.P. announces name of new D.C. venue

    I.M.P, the concert promotions and production company behind 9:30 Club, Lincoln Theatre and Merriweather Post Pavilion have announced the name of its highly anticipated new $60 million venue: The Anthem. With an opening night set for October 12, 2017, The Anthem is part of The Wharf, a $2 billion...
  • What keeps Washington D.C.’s 9:30 Club right on time among rock venues

    What keeps Washington D.C.’s 9:30 Club right on time among rock venues

    The 9:30 Club is a cherished relic in the annals of rock 'n roll, and for great reason.  While so much of the national focus is on the Beltway this week in the capital city, and women are gathering to make their massive voice heard, for 40 years the venue has welcomed noise that no one can forget...
  • Common, The National and more will play the 9:30 Club on January 19th in a free show to benefit Planned Parenthood.

    Common, The National to play Pre-Inauguration Concert benefiting Planned Parenthood

    While President-Elect Trump's team is having an extremely difficult time finding any artists that are willing to play his Inauguration, Common and The National will play a free concert at 9:30 Club on Jan. 19, benefiting Planned Parenthood. The benefit, called Show Up!, is in direct response to...
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