Posts Tagged ‘Ponytail’

Dustin Wong’s Infinite Love, Reviewed

Baltimore's Ponytail made it onto a lot of critics' year-end lists before calling it quits last August. The spazzy quartet played the biggest summer festivals and won the hearts of brightly colored art-school kids at home and abroad over the course of its too-short existence. Naturally, upon the band's demise, ultra-inventive guitarist Dustin Wong set [...]

Dustin Wong @ Velvet Lounge Tonight!

Dustin Wong is set to release a very long, very intricate solo album, Infinite Love, on Oct. 5. The Ponytail guitarist—a band that has either broken up or is on some kind of Fugazi-style hiatus—is not one to mess around. Infinite Love contains two tracks each roughly 40 minutes long, each containing a dizzying flow [...]

Arts Roundup: D.C. Elite Edition

Good morning, D.C. elite! Yesterday, POLITICO failed to acknowledge that D.C. is a real place with, you know, real unemployment problems, and made the sweeping generalization that people are getting that money with no trouble around here. Since that’s clearly not true, let’s reclaim their totally absurd “D.C. elite” label for ourselves, why don’t we?
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Ponytail at Kay Spiritual Center

Baltimore's zany art-proggers Ponytail enlivened the Kay Spiritual Center Saturday night with their signature primal shrieks and enchanting melodic commotion.

Weekend Music Round-Up


Deleted Scenes, The Drones, Pretty & Nice (mainstage); 100th BLISS Dance Party w/ DJ Will Eastman (backstage). Black Cat. $12/$7. All ages.
WVAU presents Capitol Punishment VI w/ Ponytail, Screaming Females, Mittenfields. American University Kay Spiritual Life Center. FREE. All ages.
Honor By August CD Release w/ The Alternate Routes, The Ruse, Melodime. 9:30 club. $15. All [...]

Pontytail for FREE @ American University Saturday

That's right. Experimental indie poppers Ponytail headline a free show with Screaming Females and locals Mittenfields Saturday night at AU's Kay Spiritual Life Center as part of WVAU's Capitol Punishment series.

This Is Just Cool

It was nice to open up a story on CMJ in the New York Times and see a picture of Ponytail's singer, Molly Siegel, smiling from up on stage, eyes closed, head tilted into the lights. It just looked cool. And nice to see the band make the Times. They are truly the best live [...]