Brooklyn-based band Oberhofer redefines the stereotypical concert and showcases its newest album “Chronovision,” out Oct. 6.
Metalheads of D.C. enjoyed genre bending at its finest.
D.C. Public Library kicks off Banned Books Week with the art exhibition, protesting censorship.
The Neo-soul group from Australia is touring the US following their latest release.
The Seattle indie-rockers catchy, hook-laden tunes should start the week off right.
The Philadelphia indie rock bands performed at the 9:30 Club on Oct. 8.
The Danish rock outfit brought the dynamic energy of its festival-level shows to the more intimate DC venue.
Alan Palomo of Neon Indian will showcase his forthcoming album “VEGA INTL. Night School” to the 9:30 Club this Tuesday.
The world’s first and only metal mariachi band will not disappoint.
Mew is on a U.S. tour in support of its latest release, “+ -.”
The 9:30 Club will host one of the first performances of Wavves’ latest album, “V.”
The Philadelphia indie guitarist will perform music from his latest album.
After the success of its debut album, Oberhofer will visit D.C. to perform the band’s latest release “Chronovision.”