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Posts Tagged ‘deleted scenes’
Replay the year in D.C.'s raddest albums and EPs.
"Tereu Tereu took a murky, dystopian love song and made it a murkier, more barren planet even less fit for human habitation."
Twenty-four years on, Maryland-formed post-rock outfit Trans Am is a vocoder band in a post-Auto-Tune world, but they’re still a lithe and propulsive machine, churning through several generations’ visions of the future. On Volume X, dystopian funk melts into Kraftwerkian synth workouts; there’s a robotic mouth solo that would make Peter Frampton jealous. As always, the [...]
As far as most indie-rock rock critics know, D.C. has two Ians, a Henry, a Travis, and some dude named H.R., and they all got discovered at the 9:30 Club or in the DMV—but how bands get noticed by tired folks waiting in line to get their drivers licenses renewed, well, who knows.
If you live [...]
What will happened to that $40 million the Corcoran made from selling rugs last year? [Arts Desk]
After this year, Filmfest D.C. is almost certainly dunzo. [Arts Desk, DCist]
Go-go heroes UCB are reuniting for a Howard Theatre Show in April. [GOG Blog]
When D.C.-area residents let their homes become movie sets [Post]
A new song from local indie heroes Deleted Scenes [...]
The kookiest track D.C.-founded indie-rock band Deleted Scenes has made to date, "Stutter," now has a kooky (and great! And quite dark!) music video. The star? Dustin Diamond. Yes, Screech. A miserable, gets-the-crap-beat-out-of-him Screech.
Deleted Scenes' full-length Lithium Burn, the followup to 2011's Young People's Church of the Air, is out April 15. Fingers crossed for more insanity.
The museum isn't open yet, but the National Museum of African American History and Culture is in the process of installing two major artifacts. [WJLA]
Man stabbed outside of Dupont nightclub. [Post]
It has come to this: Arcade Fire booked to play Verizon Center in 2014. [Stereogum]
Garry Trudeau-helmed comedy Alpha House deemed unfunny by Hank Stuever. [Post]
The Dismemberment Plan's first original studio album in a dozen years, Uncanney Valley, isn't likely to end up on too many end-of-year Top 10 lists. But while it's hard to see that album as anything other than a product of an aging band, The Dismemberment Plan's live show is basically ageless—at least judging by the [...]
From the "slept on" file: Pitchfork premiered a new song, "Stutter," from D.C. indie-rock quartet Deleted Scenes last week, and it's kind of wackadoodle. That's not a negative assessment. The crazy, shrieky "Stutter" feels like a natural extension of where the band was headed on its last LP, Young People's Church of the Air, and [...]