Posts Tagged ‘Uncanney Valley’

Arts Roundup: Expensive Taste Edition

Man steals credit cards, buys $46,000 in work from a Georgetown art gallery. [City Desk]
Shakespeare Theatre Company will bring Kneehigh Theatre of Cornwall to D.C. next year. [Post]
WAMU profiles Prinz-D, a local Gallaudet graduate who calls himself the first deaf rapper. [WAMU]
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin descend on Washington in the name of yoga. [Post]
Spin gives Dismemberment Plan's [...]

Watch: Dismemberment Plan’s New Video for “Waiting”

The Dismemberment Plan's first album in 12 years, Uncanney Valley, comes out today. (You would have known that if you read last week's Washington City Paper cover story and our multiple blog posts on the subject.) To make today extra special, the band also released a music video for the record's second track, "Waiting," and it's [...]

Listen: Dismemberment Plan’s “Daddy Was a Real Good Dancer”

The trickles, they keep coming: Today, Dismemberment Plan released another song from its anticipated forthcoming album, Uncanney Valley. "Daddy Was a Real Good Dancer," a kind of blue number about a guy who gives up cuttin' a rug when he becomes a father, takes on the same sneaky complexity of any great D-Plan song: While Travis [...]

Arts Roundup: Vandalized Edition

Woman arrested under suspicion of vandalizing National Cathedral and possibly the Smithsonian Castle and Lincoln Memorial. [Post]
A history of D.C. landmark vandalism [Post]
Dismemberment Plan releases cover art for Uncanney Valley [Dismemberment Plan]
Exploring D.C.'s murals with geocaching [Greater Greater Washington]
Quotidian Theatre and Keegan Theatre win some dollars. [D.C. Theatre Scene]
A robot comes to Fort Reno. [Theodore [...]

Dismemberment Plan Announces Two 9:30 Club Shows

As part of a national tour in support of its forthcoming album, Uncanney Valley, formerly local post-punk ensemble Dismemberment Plan will play two hometown shows at the 9:30 Club on Oct. 19 and Oct. 20. Tickets are on sale now for $25 a pop.
To drum up anticipation for the new record, last week the band released [...]

Listen to a New Dismemberment Plan Song (Over the Phone)

Why fuck with Bandcamp when you can rock a hotline? You can listen to a new Dismemberment Plan song—in fact, the first new studio song from the band in, oh, 12 years—by calling a phone number that the reunited D.C. indie rockers have posted to their website. If you've seen this torso—an extra from the Magna [...]

Dismemberment Plan Announces New Record, Uncanney Valley

After a string of reunion shows, periodic secretions of new material, and promises of a new record, beloved D.C. post-punk band The Dismemberment Plan has made it all official-like: The band announced today that it will release its fifth LP, Uncanney Valley, on Oct. 15. It's the group's first record since 2001's Change.
On its website today, the [...]

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