Elliot Moss – Concert Preview

Elliot Moss at DC9

Go To This Because We Asked So Nicely – A Concert Preview 

By Alexandra Henriques

Elliot Moss; Tunefind

Elliot Moss, an indie-electronic artist based in New York City, will kick off his How I Fell tour in Washington, D.C., on April 17 at DC9 Nightclub. The tour celebrates his newest album of the same name, released in February of this year.

Moss has been releasing music since 2013 with his debut single “Slip.” From there, he released his first album, Highspeeds, in 2015, after steadily working on it since his sophomore year of high school. How I Fell is his third album, channeling a more guitar-centric sound compared to the electronic elements of previous works. Moss’s inspiration behind this sound was his childhood adoration of the instrument. Damian Taylor, a producer known for his work with Bjork, Arcade Fire and The Killers, helped co-produce the album.

The tour will showcase Moss’s multi-instrumental talent and display music across genres, such as indie, electronic and alternative. It is less than an hour from Vienna Metro Station, and DC9 is a mere five-minute walk from Shaw-Howard University Station and U Street Station. It is a great venue, and Moss will put on an amazing show!

The 5 W’s (and a few H’s)

Who: Elliot Moss

What: Indie/electronic artist kicking off his headlining tour

Where: DC9, 1940 9th St NW Washington, DC 20001

When: Wednesday, April 17th, doors at 7:30 p.m., concert begins at 8 p.m.

Why: It will be so fun, and the venue is super intimate, so you’re guaranteed a great concert experience!

How you might know them: His 2013 single Slip has over 113 million listens on Spotify. Even if you don’t think you know this smooth electronic track, you’ve definitely heard it (trust). 

How to go: Tickets are $22-$25 on Eventbrite. The venue is right next to Shaw-Howard Univ and U Street Metro Station.


To keep up with Elliot Moss you can follow him on Instagram @elliotmossmusic and listen to him anywhere you stream music.

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