Posts Tagged ‘Void’

Void Discusses Emptying the Vaults, Being Punk-Rock in Columbia

A week before Halloween, Dischord is scheduled to release Sessions 1981-83, a new archival release from Columbia, Md.’s Void. One of the first bands to add metallic elements to hardcore punk, Void appeared on two records during its early-'80s existence: the scene-defining D.C. hardcore compilation Flex Your Head, and a split LP with the D.C. hardcore act Faith.
A few years [...]

This Week in WCP Arts: DJ Rane, American Dance Institute, Faith and Void

Rend Smith has this week's cover story, a look at the equal-pay lawsuit DJ Rane has filed against her former employer, WGPC-FM. Amanda Abrams leads the arts section with some praise for American Dance Institute, a children's ballet school in Rockville that, somehow, has the area's most interesting dance programming. Brent Burton takes a deep [...]

The Playlist: Apples in Stereo

The Apples in Stereo can surely be considered one of indie pop's greatest input-output contraptions. The band—born in Colorado in the early '90s, and a founding ensemble of the Athens, Ga., Elephant 6 collective—has spent a career sharpening the recognizable tropes and aberrant impulses of '60s sunshine pop and psychedelia. Some of the group's albums, [...]