The famed Irish band’s new album tackles big themes with an urgent and energetic sound
Music department aims to change recruitment to improve enrollment
Beginning their set at 12:30 a.m., Brooklyn-based dream pop band Beach Fossils faced the challenge of performing for a crowd of droopy-eyed, impatient D.C.
The Anthem will host the legendary dance-rock group for two nights in October
Bruno Mars and The Hooligans took to the stage at Capital One Arena on Sept. 30 for a set dripping with decadence, an unsurprising quality for a show part of the singer’s “24K Magic World Tour.” His second night at the arena brought his most recent album of the same name to life, outfitting the singer’s groovy, rhythmic-funk sound with every light, color, firework and magic trick that the stage could pull off. Most of Mars’ songs are spectacles and crowd-pleasers within themselves.
The singer-songwriter, musician did not disappoint on second night
Armed with a set of new tracks and old favorites, the band got everyone on their feet
After a whirlwind of teaser videos featuring a menacing snake and rows of speculative comments on Taylor Swift’s newly blank Instagram, fans finally got the news they had been waiting over two years for: a new album is coming their way. The announcement not only brought a striking black and white album cover and a new single, but also the introduction to a totally new era of Swift. And it wasn’t just the missing signature red lipstick that made fans look twice.
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.