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Kali Uchis brings the Isolation tour to the DMV

(10/07/18 4:22pm)

Since 2012, Kali Uchis has risen from an unknown artist on SoundCloud to the face of the indie-pop movement. The 24-year-old Colombian-American star emerged on the scene with her mixtape "Drunken Babble" in 2012. She has also released two full-length albums: "Por Vida" in 2015 and "Isolation" in 2018. Uchis will be performing music off of “Isolation” at the 9:30 Club on Oct. 10th.

LVL UP performs final show in D.C. at DC9 Club

(10/01/18 11:08pm)

The DC9 Club had a somber show on Sept. 20, featuring Mannequin Pussy and Yowler as openers, and LVL UP as the headliner. This was LVL UP’s last performance in D.C. after deciding to break up in June, following a moderately successful career as an indie rock band with a consistent fan base. LVL UP had a seven-year stint as a band, releasing "Space Brothers" in 2011, "Hoodwink'd" in 2014, "Return to Love" in 2016 and the single "Orchard" in 2018. The four-piece band includes Mike Caridi, Dave Benton, Nick Corbo, and Greg Rutkin.

Car Seat Headrest returns to the DMV for an invigorating show

(10/02/18 12:00pm)

Will Toledo, lead singer of Car Seat Headrest, graced the stage of the 9:30 Club on Sept. 19 sporting an all-black ensemble, including loose-fitting pants. The stage was filled with not four guys, but seven; Naked Giants, the opener, had joined Car Seat Headrest for an extremely energetic performance. Car Seat Headrest is generally a loud band with elements of punk, lo-fi and electronic rock, but the sound was fuller, enhanced by the amount of people performing.

Brooklyn band LVL UP brings headbanging energy to the DMV for the last time

(09/20/18 7:42pm)

LVL UP embarks on their last tour after seven years of pure teenage angst that all started in a college dorm room at SUNY Purchase. The group will be playing the DMV’s epicenter for emo rock bands, the DC9 Club, on Sept. 20. The four-piece band includes Mike Caridi, Greg Rutkin, Dave Benton and Nick Corbo. This band of classmates is somber, but grateful for their fans and the experience they got to have.