Posts Tagged ‘print’

Babe, Big in the City

It's been a group house, a music venue, and a record label. Now, one year in, Babe City has bigger ambitions.

One Track Mind: Gauche’s “Boom Hazard”

A sinister undercurrent draws parallels between disintegrating relationships and nuclear meltdowns.

One Track Mind: BRNDA’s “Boyfriend”

“She still was slightly offended by it but not so much that it ruined Christmas.”

One Track Mind: Near Northeast’s “Impala”

A kinetic track from the group's recent album fuses Graceland grooves with ornate, chamber-pop flourishes.

One Track Mind: Matt McGhee’s “Lexus Music”

“Alexis driving a Mercedes Benz, looking better than all of my previous lady friends.”

One Track Mind: Puma Ptah’s “Business of Confusion”

The roots-reggae track slams those who deceive others through misinterpreted religious texts.

In Its Second D.C. Season, a Ballet Company Nixes the Same Old Song and Dance

The Chamber Dance Project mixes the old (an onstage string quartet) with the new (live dance improv).

One Track Mind: Sonnet Cottage’s “This Time Around”

Buoyant croons and carefree acoustics from a pair of Northern Virginia sisters

One Track Mind: Cartoon Weapons’ “Any Robot But You”

Is everyone around you just another robot?

One Track Mind: Pentamon’s “The Afterworld”

“If I could have one motto, it would be ‘put your damn phone down.’”