Posts Tagged ‘Priests’

Photos of the Dismemberment Plan and Priests at the 9:30 Club

"We say we're from Washington, D.C., but we are really from Springfield, Va. Fuck it, we're never going back, so we're from D.C."

ToDo ToDay: College, the Dismemberment Plan, and Scenes of Asia

Fill your holiday weekend with lots of local music and a little bit of dancing.

Local Music Photographer Gets Soiled in a New Art Film

Watch Melinda Diachenko get Michael Andrade chained and dirt-faced in a video from two other D.C. photogs.

Photos: Priests at the Black Cat

ToDo ToDay: Smoke Fairies, Charlie Murphy, and Priests

Learn something from your fellow D.C. residents this weekend.

Photo: Priests at Fort Reno

ToDo ToDay: “Femininity Beyond Archetypes,” Priests, and St. Vincent

In much of her work, Colombian raised photographer and designer Natalia Arias challenges traditional cultural tropes of beauty, sexuality, and general propriety. Her series Taboo includes “Beauty” (shown), a pristine mannequin head that’s perfectly made up but completely bald, as well as “Corazon Roto,” a photo of a woman’s chest divided by a thick pink [...]

Here’s Who Might Have Played Fort Reno This Summer

This summer's Fort Reno concert series is off, organizer Amanda MacKaye announced today after she was unable to resolve a permitting dispute with the National Park Service and U.S. Park Police. Not long before MacKaye posted a letter to Fort Reno's website, she wrote to members of more than 20 local bands about the disappointing news—presumably the bands she [...]

ToDo ToDay: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Priests, and Graffiato Industry Night

Nine years. That’s how much time has elapsed since the release of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’s self-titled debut, a wonderful record of wistful, jangly indie pop that should have been the jumping off point for a long, brilliant career in music. But it didn’t exactly go that way. After a poorly received sophomore LP [...]

What Priests Thinks About Screaming, Politics, and Smartphones at Punk Shows

For my cover story this week on Priests, I spent a lot of time observing and talking with the members of the D.C. punk band and people in the world—but I couldn’t touch on every topic I wanted to include, like vocalist Katie Alice Greer's insightful interview style for online fanzine The Media or Black [...]

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