Alaskan Indie rockers Portugal. The Man landed in DC February 24 with lasers, psychedelic imagery and sound. They played a nearly two-hour set of their signature fusion of electro-glam ’60s rock for their fans at The Anthem, a new venue at the Wharf in Southwest. The production, music, and showmanship made it a concert to
The first time I saw Lil Peep, I laughed. He looked absurd, like nothing I had seen before, dancing in the snow with a pink sweater on and a freshly tattooed broken heart on his face. He was the perfect visual accompaniment to his music, his expression simultaneously joyful and hopeless, spiteful and forgiving, lovelorn
Students hustle into the auditorium, eager to find and sit with their friends despite instruction to sit as a class. A sophomore kicks off the show by singing a sentimental ballad, and the audience quickly whip out their phones. A few synchronized dances and a tear jerking poem later and students are released to go
Cardi B and Princess Nokia are two female up and coming rappers who are fearless of their pasts and unapologetic in their newest hits. “1992 Deluxe” Princess Nokia’s newest album is yearning and ambitious, with perfect hints of sweet and bitterness surrounding her upbringing. Countless flows are experimented on this album, with sharp contrast between
Beyoncé returned to the DMV for her Formation World Tour on June 10. The tour consists of nearly 50 stops, including one at Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium. Since DC is not a stop on the tour, DC residents had to take a trip north to Charm City to see Queen B, a hike that was
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