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Don't Miss: Thundercat @ U Street Music Hall, 3/5/17

Thundercat (Photo by Eddie Alcazar)

Next month, Thundercat (born Stephen Bruner) will kick off a live US tour, and he stops in DC at U Street Music Hall… 137 more words

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Music Park: Dragonette @ U Street Music Hall -- 12/9/16

Martina Sorbara of Dragonette shines literally and figuratively in her disco jacket at U Street Music Hall on Dec. 9, 2016.

New wave trio Dragonette kicked off a show at U Street Music Hall on Friday with some new songs — and they were really rather good tunes as well! 611 more words

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Don't Miss: Book of Love @ U Street Music Hall, 2/11/17

Ted Ottaviano and Susan Ottaviano of Book of Love (Photo by Frank Ockenfels)

In the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, many very good UK bands adopted the synthesizer as their primary instrument and made sweeping, romantic dance tunes. 212 more words

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Our Electropop Saviors, Dragonette

By Setota Hailemariam

I’ll be the first to admit it — I’m not the biggest fan of electropop or EDM in general. I’ve been to electronic shows before and had a good time in the frantic, raving crowd, but from a purely musical standpoint, the genre wasn’t for me. 637 more words

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Music Park: CRX @ U Street Music Hall -- 11/16/16

Nick Valensi and CRX perform at U Street Music Hall on November 16, 2016. (Photo by Theresa C. Sanchez)

If your live performance is under 35 minutes, you better bring it. 1,437 more words

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CRX Rocks U Street With Debut Album

On Wednesday night at U Street Music Hall in Washington, D.C., The Gloomies, Streets of Laredo and CRX performed. The venue may not have been packed, but there was a strong cohort of dedicated Strokes fans who came out to see The Strokes’ guitarist, Nick Valensi, perform with his new side-project band, CRX. 638 more words

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Photo Essay: The Shelters Rock U Street

Close your eyes. Now imagine, there’s a four- piece band on stage and one of the two vocalists has a James Dean aesthetic. They’re filling your ears with what sounds like… 976 more words