With their plaid attire and quaint Mexican folk instruments, David Wax Museum’s members slightly resemble survivors of the Battle of the Alamo. But while using a donkey jawbone (that’s quijada in Spanish) for percussion seems antiquated and slightly morose, DWM’s music sounds pleasantly contemporary. On the group’s latest album, Knock Knock Get Up, lead vocalist David Wax opines [...]
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The experimental architecture practice Studio Tobias Klein is a fitting match for Industry Gallery, one of D.C.'s most innovative and least-known art spaces. The gallery is devoted to 21st-century design: No Eames chairs or midcentury modern here, so head back to 14th Street NW if that’s what you want, son. Industry’s Craig Appelbaum reads design [...]
Welcome to the weekday edition of Freestylin’ D.C., where I’ll share some of the coolest and most interesting events posted on my site, Free in DC, each Monday afternoon.
Over at the Affinity Lab on U Street there will be a mixer and free panel discussion with artists and lawyers at the Art [...]