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Don't Miss: Ashe @ 9:30 Club, 2/6/18

Ashe (photo courtesy Mom+Pop)

Northern California singer/songwriter Ashe has released well-received singles, including her latest, the grungy “Girl Who Cried Wolf,” via Mom+Pop. Ashe is visiting 9:30 Club on Tuesday, Feb. 176 more words

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Music Park: Eric Benét @ The Birchmere -- 1/17/18

Eric Benét (Photo courtesy Primary Wave Entertainment)

The Love Song Is Here to Stay: Eric Benét

A standard English dictionary likely defines “singing” as the ability to create musical notes and sounds with the use of the human voice. 561 more words

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Music Park: Alejandro Escovedo @ The Hamilton -- 1/16/18

Alejandro Escovedo performs at The Hamilton on Jan. 16, 2018. (Photo by Mark Caicedo)

Alejandro Escovedo plays like his life depends on it. That most artists feel that existence-affirming drive to create is a given; for Escovedo the sentiment is literal. 479 more words

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Don't Miss: Bat Fangs @ Comet Ping Pong, 2/9/18

Bat Fangs (Photo courtesy Don Giovanni Records)

Betsy Wright is the bassist for DC power pop trio Ex Hex. Laura King is drummer for North Carolina garage rockers Flesh Wounds. 167 more words

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Interview: Etxe Records 10th Anniversary Showcase @ Capital Fringe, 1/20/18

Silo Halo (Photo by Adam de Boer and Julie Goett)

Etxe Records, named for the word for “shelter” or “home” in Basque, celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2018. 1,023 more words

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Don’t Miss: Steve Aoki @ Echostage, 2/10/18

Steve Aoki (Photo courtesy Girlie Action Media, Marketing, and Management)

Steve Aoki released Steve Aoki Presents Kolony, his fourth studio album and a #1 debut on the Electronic Album charts, last summer via Dim Mak Records and Ultra Records. 235 more words

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Snapshots: Collie Buddz @ 9:30 Club -- 1/15/18

Collie Buddz performs at 9:30 Club on Jan. 15, 2018. (Photo by Chris Castillo)

Collie Buddz arrived on his Good Life Tour for a show at 9:30 Club on Monday, delivering reggae tunes and good vibes to an eager crowd. 124 more words

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