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  • Why ‘Sports’ by Modern Baseball is a Christmas Album

    By Max Cohen 2022 marks the 10 year anniversary of Modern Baseball’s first (and best) album Sports. Formed while exploring the Philly basement scene, on this gentle rager Bren Lukens […]

  • The Greeting Committee @ Black Cat, 12/9

    BY EMILY LAMB // The Greeting Committee, an indie rock band hailing from Kansas City Missouri, will be playing for one night only at Black Cat on December 9th at […]

  • Daddy’s Beemer on Going Back on Tour and the School of Rock Inspiration

    WRITTEN BY: KATHERINE TWOMEY Before their November 5th show at DC9, radio host Kate Twomey sat down with the four members of Daddy’s Beemer to talk about being musicians in […]

  • 1000+ Black Artists, Labels, And Producers to Support for Bandcamp Friday (and Everyday)

    Claire Lanthier • Jun 5, 2020 • 1 min read Today, Friday, June 5th, Bandcamp has waived its share of revenue on all sales on the site, meaning that 100% […]

  • Tennis @ 9:30 Club, 3/39 & 3/30

    By Claire Lanthier Denver, Colorado based indie pop duo Tennis will be coming to D.C. next week for back to back sold out shows. The married duo—Alaina Moore andPatrick Riley—is […]

  • Hello Mary @ Songbyrd, 3/25

    By Metaksenia Evangeloulis Hello Mary will be gracing DC with a show at Songbyrd Music House next week. After signing with FrenchKiss Records last year, the Brooklyn-based girl-group recently released […]

  • Amadou & Mariam @ 9:30 Club, 3/22

    By Alex Blau Malian duo Amadou & Mariam are on tour in support of their 2022 live album Eclipse, which celebrates 10 years since their legendary concert of the same name, […]

  • OPINION: Washington DC is More Than A Ballot Box

    Image: Jim Hunt By: Theodora Lawson At the risk of losing my Gen-Z card, I’ll admit that on some days, when the neverending cycle of Instagram stories gets slightly repetitive […]

  • I Watched Every* Best Picture Nominee So You Don’t Have To 

    *Except Avatar Because I Don’t Care By: Oonagh Ryan TW: Discussion of SA in Women Talking section The 95th Academy Awards are tonight and there’s one question on everyone’s mind: […]

  • FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Soundbites: Racquel Jones’ Sacrilege Shows Lasting Courage and Strength

    From the WRGW Blog archives. Originally published on March 6, 2021. By Jess Makler Cover photo by Lacey Terrell Racquel Jones. The word that comes to mind in describing her […]

  • CONCERT PREVIEW: Yo La Tengo @ 9:30 Club, 3/19

    By Kendall Larade Yo La Tengo has established itself as a beloved institution of indie rock. The New Jersey-based band has been releasing music since the mid-1980s. Singer and guitarist […]

  • St. Joseph’s Upsets GW 87-76, Sending The Buff and Blue Home Early From A10 Tournament

    By: Abe Rothstein Shots went up, and tears fell as GW lost their second round matchup 87-76 in the A-10 tournament at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. For a […]

  • Senior Night Hope Dashed by VCU

    By: Cameron Mays A gritty senior night performance by GW was stifled as VCU took advantage of foul trouble and timely shooting to snatch a 74-68 victory in the last […]

  • CONCERT PREVIEW: Orions Belte @ The Black Cat, 3/12

    By Imani Granville Norwegian trio Orions Belte will be bringing their psychedelic sound to D.C. next week at the Black Cat. Influenced by low-fi psych and funk and Nigerian rock […]