Album of the Week

Preacher’s Daughter by Ethel Cain By Kylie Arbini | Top Tracks: Family Tree, Ptolemaea, and American Teenager I’m not a particularly religious person myself. While I occasionally attend temple with my sibling and use God’s name in vain at the slightest inconvenience, I most commonly find myself attributing my struggles to the fact that someone up …

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Album Of The Week

Sandinista! – The Clash By Tyler Mandell |Top Tracks: The Magnificent Seven, Police on My Back, Washington Bullets  The Clash are considered one of the defining bands of the 1970s punk rock scene and dad rock playlists everywhere. You still often hear all their major songs on classic rock radio and in period TV shows …

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Concert Of The Week

Concert Review – Magdalena Bay at 9:30 Club By Amal Qazi On Friday November 18 of 2022 synth-pop duo Magdalena Bay played at 9:30 Club in D.C. with New York pop artist Bayli as their opener. Though Magdalena Bay’s singer, Mica Tenenbaum, had lost her voice right before the D.C. show, the duo performed a …

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Concert Of The Week

The Jungle Giants at The Black Cat By Amal Qazi On Sunday November 13th The Black Cat hosted alternative/indie Los Angeles based artist Tim Atlas and Australian indie rock band The Jungle Giants. The venue itself is small, certainly compared to other well known D.C. venues like The Anthem. The stage is low to the …

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Album Of The Week

The Murlocs – Rapscallion By Emy Gladden |Top Tracks: Bellarine Ballerina, Virgin Criminal, Bowlegged Beautiful  Only a year after the release of their previous album, Bittersweet Demons, Australian blues rock band The Murlocs came back full force with Rapscallion. Rapscallion sees the band’s style progress from blues rock to full-on rock n’ roll. Hard rock …

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