Tags » DC9

Don't Miss: Liberation Dance Party @ DC9, 8/8/15

In 2010, Mark Ronson, who enjoyed a great deal of commercial success this past year with “Uptown Funk,” produced an album for Duran Duran.

In working with the new wave legends, Mark basically said to the band: A lot of younger bands have been eating your lunch in the past 10 years. 305 more words

Music Park

Don't Miss: Jenny Hval @ DC9, 9/9/15


Jenny Hval (Photo by Jenny Berger Myhre)

Norwegian artist Jenny Hval may offer a totem for the modern DC working woman with the cover of her new album, Apocalypse, girl, which depicts a woman slumped over a medicine ball, apparently having collapsed, disconnected with the task at hand. 203 more words

Music Park

Don't Miss: NE-HI @ DC9, 8/16/15


NE-HI (Photo by Xavier Juarez)

Chicago quartet NE-HI have planned a tour of more than a dozen dates throughout August, bringing their jangle pop to DC9 on Sunday, August 16… 161 more words

Music Park

Music Park: Memory Tapes @ Carpark Sweet Sixteen Basketball Picture Disc, 7/24/15


Dayve Hawk of Memory Tapes (Photo courtesy Carpark Records)

Carpark Records released its limited edition 12″ picture disc in honor of its 16th anniversary today! 303 more words

Music Park

Music Park: Mourn @ DC9 -- 7/13/15


Mourn (Photo courtesy Captured Tracks)

Yes, Mourn are very young.

Much already has been made of the fact that three members of the alt-rock band from Barcelona are only 18 years old. 465 more words

Music Park

Music Park: SOAK @ DC9 -- 7/12/15


SOAK performs at Rough Trade East in London on March 28, 2015. (Photo by Aurelien Guichard)

When Bridie Monds-Watson was 14-years old, a friend of hers was being bullied by another girl at school in Ireland. 539 more words

Music Park

Don't Miss: Mourn @ DC9, 7/13/15


Mourn (Photo courtesy Captured Tracks)

Three young women and a childhood friend coming together to record lo-fi punk tracks in Barcelona might sound like the premise of a Woody Allenesque indie film, but the Catalan quartet Mourn are here for real. 223 more words

Music Park