It's always exciting to see how bands deal with playing the 9:30 Club for the first time. Playing their inaugural show at the V Street NW club Friday night, the members of Silversun Pickups handled it with aplomb. "This is a fucking big deal for us," said lead singer/guitarist Brian Aubert to the capacity crowd.
Posts Tagged ‘Cloud Nothings’
Just in case D.C. didn’t have enough film festivals, along comes Reelfest DC, the latest long weekend of hopeful amateurs and would-be local cinematic darlings. Launched as an outgrowth of a similarly named festival in Boston, Reelfest offers a mishmash of features and shorts obscure enough to at least merit a passing glance. Its organizers [...]
In March of 2010, Cleveland-based band Cloud Nothings played at show at DC9 to a crowd of about five people (I know this because I was one of those five). But in January, the band released a self-titled pop-punk album to critical acclaim, and recently released an especially grim single from its forthcoming album Attack [...]