Posts Tagged ‘All Things Go’

All Things Go Is Hosting a Music Festival This Fall

Union Market might be D.C.'s go-to venue for artisan breads and locally sourced meats, but this year, it's made room for another offering on the menu: homegrown music festivals. Following the success of U Street Music Hall's June electro-dance fete, Union BBQ, D.C.-based music blog All Things Go will host its first-ever music festival at Union Market's Dock 5 this September 13.
The [...]

ToDo ToDay: Steampunk Jazz

One of the most buzzed-about big bands in an era where “buzzed-about big bands” largely don’t exist, Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society is remolding orchestral jazz for rock- and post-rock-trained ears. Argue's recent concert-scale project, “Brooklyn Babylon,” is a multimedia smorgasbord—just right for the landmark of the new H Street NE. The show takes place tonight [...]

All Things Go Launches Record Label

The D.C.-based music blog and event promoter All Things Go has swelled like a spotted puffer fish yet again, expanding its operation to the limited-edition 7-inch record market.
This spring, we documented the music blog's foray into indie-rock event promotion and concomitant ascent up the creative-elite ladder. All Things Go's record label will be called ATG, [...]

Don’t Be Bored: Why So Bright?

After moving from his home in rural Maine to Brooklyn, filmmaker Ian Cheney says he lost his childhood fascination with astronomy. That’s not surprising in a city where lit-up streets and buildings render stars nearly invisible. Light pollution serves as a frequent boogeyman of the modern age, a metaphor for critics who say we’ve lost [...]

Don’t Be Bored: Indie Rock Thursday

Some people find talking cans of mixed vegetables funny, and some do not. If you do, you may already know about the Sixth and I Synagogue-sponsored screening of David Wain and Michael Showalter’s Wet Hot American Summer, the 2001 Jewish summer camp satire starring Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Molly Shannon, and a slew of comedians [...]

Arts Roundup: Future Times Edition

Feel-Good Hit of the Fall: David Malitz is already taking a stab at this year's Virgin Mobile FreeFest lineup. Foo Fighters: too famous? TV on the Radio: What does that gap in their touring schedule mean, man?
Much More Than "Don't Worry, Be Happy": Also at WaPo, Chris Richards asks whether it's time to get reacquainted [...]