Iceage and Witch Coast at DC9, June 15th. © 2015 Matt Dunn
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Masses of curly hair thrash about this Richmond metal band
The Mauls are the fence that runs between punk and loud indie rock, and will appeal to both camps.
The band's new songs have a sharper punk edge.
Check your cell at the door
Dave Hause came to DC9 last night and gave the packed crowd a special treat: Hause with a full band. Hause, out supporting his latest release, Devour, played acoustic when he was here last—opening for the Gaslight Anthem in 2012—so hearing his songs in full electric blow-out-the-doors mode was jaw-dropping. Backed by his brother Tim and old friends like [...]
Since its last show in D.C. in 2009, Chicago instrumental metal outfit Pelican has released a new record, replaced a guitarist, and gained the ability to sell out a string of shows. DC9's sellout was the group's fourth full house of the current tour, and it was justified: Pelican delivered the goods with a set [...]
In a deposition, D.C. Deputy Medical Examiner Dr. Lois Goslinoski says she was encouraged to deem Ali Ahmed Mohammed's October 2010 death a homicide despite evidence to the contrary, the Associated Press reports.
Goslinoski says she was surprised by Metropolitan Police Department Chief Cathy Lanier's confident statements that Mohammed (pictured), who died shortly after he threw a [...]
It might not be obvious, but New York duo Buke and Gase take their name from their handmade instruments: "buke" refers to its baritone ukelele and "gase" describes its guitar/bass hybrid. But while these unusual tools generate some interesting timbres, Buke and Gase play them much like, well, guitar and bass. Their intricate compositions, full [...]
Daniel Martin-McCormick got his start screaming and playing guitar in the wild and wonderful Black Eyes, which released two records on Dischord in 2003 and 2004. Today, he's best known as Ital, the name for his electronic dance-music project, but he’s also half of Mi Ami, which went from a three-piece rock band to a more [...]