Posts Tagged ‘Paperhaus’

D.C. at SXSW: The Festival’s First Go-Go Show, Oddisee, and a Big Tribute to J Dilla

Rare Essence turned an Austin show into a mini go-go

Listen to Paperhaus’ Complex, Churning “So Slow”

Paperhaus debuts a new single, and it's perfect for a dark, rainy Monday.

ToDo ToDay: Sean Paul, Scythian, and Paperhaus

Internationally influenced artists take on D.C. this weekend.

ToDo ToDay: Diner, Famous Puppet Death Scenes, and Jamaican Queens

Diners, doo-wop, and dying puppets begin their runs on area stages tonight.

Paperhaus Synths Up for a Kraftwerk Cover Show at U Hall

To Paperhaus lead singer Alex Tebeleff, the German synth act is “like the Beatles.”

One Track Mind: “Cairo” by Paperhaus

A musical history of a Dupont condo complex.

ToDo ToDay: Stefon Harris, DC Shorts Festival, and Adams Morgan Day

This weekend, higher education becomes art.

ToDo ToDay: “Frozen Music,” Janel and Anthony, and Paperhaus

In his latest exhibition, “Frozen Music,” photographer Alan Sislen focuses on buildings, but he’s careful to clarify that they’re not “architectural photographs.” He notes that the flowing, lyrical nature of the images he made led him to see them in a musical context taking the title from a Goethe quote: “Music is liquid architecture and [...]

Arts Roundup: When Georgetown Was Cool Edition

To save the Smithsonian's Arts and Industries building, a very special donor is needed. [WBJ]
Maxmillion Dunbar has a new EP on the way. [Ad Hoc]
CBS orders a pilot for a show possibly based on Hillary Clinton's time as Secretary of State. [Post]
The son of BET founders Bob and Sheila Johnson has his own fashion line. [...]

ToDo ToDay: Temples, The Walkmen, and Cheap Margaritas on Tap

 

Temples is a hard band to love. Not because its two singles aren't insanely catchy retro-psychedelia that sound like they could have come out in the late ’60s. It’s precisely because this English band is devoted to sounding so studiously vintage that love is pushed aside for admiration and raw emotion suppressed for clinical analysis. [...]

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