Posts Tagged ‘Foul Swoops’

Arts Roundup: But Anyway, Explained Edition

Plus: Dance Place seeking new leadership.

Photos: Foul Swoops at MLK Jr. Library

DC Punk Archive Basement Show at MLK Jr. Memorial Library, April 7th.
 

Arts Roundup: Hope Six Demolition Project Edition

Plus: Foul Swoops is back!

This Year’s Fort Reno Shows, Sponsored by…

Bang Salon presents: Foul Swoops, Coup Sauvage & the Snips, Golden Looks, Beauty Pill

ToDo ToDay: Sun Ra Arkestra, Dum Dum Girls, and Lo-Fang

Celebrate Halloween with costumed jazz musicians or bloody metal bands tonight.

ToDo ToDay: Michael Ian Black, Foul Swoops, and Hudson Mohawke

Michael Ian Black has had his hands in a lot of cookie jars over the years—first as a member of The State’s comedy collective, and later for his roles in Wet Hot American Summer and the TV series Ed. Even if Black is a little older and slightly less awkward now, expect a few summer camp references to sneak into his [...]

ToDo ToDay: Water by the Spoonful, Ex Hex, and Chelsea Handler

At the center of Quiara Alegría Hudes’ Water by the Spoonful sits Elliot, an Iraq combat veteran struggling to acclimate to life back at home in Philadelphia while working as a Subway sandwich artist. His emotional challenges collide with a group of drug addicts leaning on each other for support in an online chat room. As the [...]

ToDo ToDay: Of Montreal, Father John Misty, and Foul Swoops

It’s easy to forget that Kevin Barnes, Of Montreal’s enigmatic leader, was once a twee-pop maestro. The group’s new album, Lousy with Sylvianbriar, harkens sweetly back to the days of Cherry Peel and The Gay Parade, reemphasizing, for the first time in at least 10 years, simple guitars over glittery synths. It’ll be interesting to see how the change [...]

Meet D.C.’s Dudes, Who Do Not Give a Fuck

D.C.-area punk trio Dudes has been around for barely a month, with only two shows under its belt. But it's already got a debut album, and it decided on a title that takes a sardonic jab at its own youth: The full-length is called Greatest Hits, and it came out just last week on Bandcamp.
Guitarist and [...]

Watch: Foul Swoops Standing Around and Looking Cool

Northern Virginia punx Foul Swoops released a new music video early today—a splashy twofer for their songs "Shot in the Dark" and "Good Looks."
Directed by new keyboardist Michelle Peña, the video shows band members Laurie Spector, Devin Connell, and Sean Connell—plus special guest Maya Bowman—standing around and looking cool in various D.C.-area locations. There's a [...]

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