Arlo Parks performs at 9:30 Club on Sept. 12, 2022. (Photo by Katie Child)
Arlo Parks is an idol to many. Her tendency to inspire, in combination with her often painfully relatable lyricism, Parks is the spitting image of what many of us aim to “grow up” to become.
A ray of sunshine through and through, Parks’ tour was not one to pass up. Coupled with the lovable crowd of DMV natives that she brought out for her show, Arlo lit up the 9:30 Club for two nights last week with a sense of warmth and comfort that we already miss.
As magnetic as they come, COIN drew in fans from all over the region, and melded the crowd with their peachy-sweet, sunshiny discography in their recent concert at The Anthem in DC. Charming the venue in its entirety, the three-man pop rock band, consisting of Chase Lawrence, Ryan Winnen, and Joe Memmel, carried the floor’s energy on their shoulders, delivering the good vibes straight across the pit to the barricade.
Wallows performs at The Anthem on June 21, 2022. (Photo by Katie Child)
California power poppers Wallows published their sophomore album, Tell Me That It’s Over, back in March, and they have been on the road in support of it. Wallows recently played a sold-out show at The Anthem in DC, and Katie Child was there to photograph the show.
Phoebe Bridgers performs at The Anthem on June 11, 2022. (Photo by Katie Child)
Phoebe Bridgers has become Generation Z’s favorite emotional and musical translator.
L.A.-based indie-pop singer/songwriter Phoebe Bridgers mended the gap between indescribable, depersonalizing thoughts and a beautifully crafted blend of lyrics and melody, joining the two in her immaculate discography, in a thrilling performance at The Anthem in DC recently.
Tate McRae performs at 9:30 Club on March 27, 2022. (Photo by Katie Child)
Packing the floor, pressing in on the railings of the balcony, inching in towards the barricade, and conversing about their shared dedication to their favorite artists, a sold-out crowd at DC’s 9:30 Club recently waited in anticipation for the charmingly entrancing Tate McRae to take on center stage.
girl in red performs at 9:30 Club on March 11, 2022. (Photos by Katie Child)
Bringing a sold-out crowd to the famous 9:30 Club this past Friday evening, was Marie Ulven Ringheim, known on stage as girl in red. Famed for her bedroom pop hits “we fell in love in october,” “bad idea!,” and “girls,” Ringheim seems to touch the most inner sentiments shared amongst her followers. Her songs stem mostly around conflicts regarding romance, as well as tribulations relating to mental illness. Even during first-listens to Marie’s music, her lyricism and alluring melodies are quick to tug on your heartstrings.