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Most happy hours: disappointing. Ours: totally essential.
This Friday, Washington City Paper is hosting an early-evening show at the Luce Foundation Center in the Smithsonian American Art Museum as part of its regular Luce Unplugged series. We've asked two great local bands to play, 3 Stars Brewing Company will be on hand offering free beer samples, and [...]
By now, you've presumably read our Summer Entertainment Guide and are deciding on which concerts, exhibits, and festivals you'll visit over the next few months. But before you tackle that to-do list, kick off the weekend at Washington City Paper's community showcase, co-presented with the Smithsonian American Art Museum at the museum's Luce Foundation Center.
Electronic rock [...]
Got happy-hour plans next Friday? Boom—taken care of. Once again, Washington City Paper is collaborating with the Luce Foundation Center at the Smithsonian American Art Museum for its latest installment of Luce Unplugged. The performers? Awesome and local. The gin? Free. (See below!) Admission? Also free.
Joining us are DTMD, whose soul-sampling, boom bap-inflected, gratifyingly minimalist [...]
Paint Branch and The Walking Sticks are playing the Luce Foundation Center (inside the Smithsonian American Art Museum) tonight. Washington City Paper is co-presenting the concert with the museum. Here are 10 reasons you should come:
1. Both of those bands were among Washington City Paper's favorite music in 2013
2. The show is free
3. "American Cool" opens today [...]
Here we are, a couple of days from the weekend, and you're looking for some musical happy-hour plans—good. On Friday, Washington City Paper is collaborating with the Smithsonian American Art Museum's Luce Foundation Center (not for the first time!) on this month's installment of the Luce Unplugged series. For the event, we picked two of our favorite [...]
D.C. fuzz-pop quartet Teen Mom says its newest EP, Gilly, is about "longing, time, and not leaving the house." I'd offer that this is the kind of music you'd generally listen to in the house—specifically, in a bedroom decorated with posters of Galaxie 500 and My Bloody Valentine.
Though the EP, released today, doesn't sound made [...]