The band will continue its lengthy 2017 tour at Merriweather Post Pavilion
Tyler, The Creator has made a unique name for himself in the hip-hop scene. Since starting out in 2009 with the critically-lauded mixtape “Bastard,” he’s captured the attention of audiences with his signature coarse vocals, offbeat lyrics and eccentric concepts.
On July 26 songwriting and indie-pop geniuses, Ben Folds and Regina Spektor, treated the audience at the Filene Center at Wolf Trap.
“Instrumental Mixtape 4,” has listeners fully submerged in a world of deep bass and hard drums so they lose track of time as the nebulous harmonies take them away.
Beloved indie folk band, Fleet Foxes, will stop at Merriweather Post Pavilion July 29 with the psychedelic, experimental pop Baltimore band Animal Collective. The Fleet Foxes returned earlier this year with their first album in six years, “Crack Up,” in addition to a lengthy tour.
The all-female trio HAIM strikes gold again with “Something To Tell You,” a pure pop album released on July 7.
June is the month of new releases, and it’s shaping up to be all about girl power. From veteran singers Katy Perry and Halsey to newcomer Lorde, these women are out to teach fans about women power in the world while each maintaining their unique vibes.
The Japanese-born indie rocker played a tight, emotional set at 9:30 Club.
The legendary Baltimore area concert venue will celebrate its birthday with a star-studded July 15 show.
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Feist, the acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter, is back with her first solo album in more than six years. She will be playing dates throughout the summer, including a stop at Washington, D.C.’s Lincoln Theatre June 7 and 8.