The California-based band delighted the audience with fan favorites and songs from its most recent album.
The LA post-rock duo left concertgoers with jaws dropped and expectations exceeded.
Los Angeles punk rock band will perform at the Black Cat on Sept. 28.
The post-rock innovators will play at D.C.’s Black Cat in support of their newest release.
The Philadelphia-based band played songs from its most recent album, plus some fan favorites.
The BottleRock and Firefly festival veterans bring world-influenced sound to DC
Chicago based EDM duo performed in AU’s Tavern on August 29.
Chicago-based EDM duo will perform in the Tavern during welcome week on Aug. 29.
The Chicago rapper will visit DC in preparation for his debut album release.
The band’s bass guitarist Branden Campbell said this one’s for the “core fans.”
The Carter Barron Amphitheatre and Fort Dupont Summer Theater will host the free outdoor events.
While FIDLAR played old favorites and new material, the audience turned into one giant mosh pit drenched with beer, sweat and bruises.
The prince of indie-synthpop comes to DC in support of “What For?”
The AU student outfit has played shows on campus and in Baltimore.
The Baltimore based king of experimental electronic will perform.
From house parties to the stage, Reptar knows how to put on a show.
The DC-based indie rock band Boon will open the show.