Posts Tagged ‘Katie Alice Greer’

High-Functioning Punk: Sister Polygon Records is More Than Just an Indie Farm Team.

People start DIY record labels as a way to create something that’s going to last, something people can touch and hold on to.

Photos: Priests / Vexx at Comet Ping Pong

Priests / Vexx at Comet Ping Pong, May 7th.  More photos here. © 2015 Matt Dunn

Photos: Priests at the Wilson Center

Positive Force Benefit for the Washington Peace Center, 3047 15th St NW, March 8th.

Photos: Priests at Dance Institute of Washington

Priests at Dance Institute, 3400 14th St NW, March 1st.  © 2015 Matt Dunn

Photos: Priests at Ottobar


Does D.C. Really Need Two More Punk Retrospectives?

Backwards-looking sentimentality is anti-punk as anything.

Photos: Priests at the Black Cat

Photo: Priests at Fort Reno

Everybody’s Talking About Priests This Week: Listen to “Doctor”

I hope the members of Priests buy their PR rep a round of drinks tonight—today saw a monster boost in the buzz around the band's soon-to-be-released freshman EP. A full profile ran in this morning's Washington Post, just a few hours before All Songs Considered debuted "Doctor," a track from the upcoming Bodies and Control and Money and Power. Besides the fact [...]

Ian Svenonius Is a Movie Director Now

D.C.'s resident renaissance man of punk Ian Svenonius is wrapping up a busy year with an even busier weekend ahead: His band Chain & the Gang plans to play some songs from its upcoming album at Comet Ping Pong Friday, and his new film What Is a Group? premieres Saturday night at Meeps in Adams [...]