Brothers Keith and Michael Jeffrey, better known as alternative rock band Atlas Genius, put on a lively show at the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue on Monday. Atlas Genius is currently on a US tour following the release of their new single, “63 Days,” the band’s first new music for nearly two years.
Charlie Parr strolled onto the stage at the Black Cat and promptly sat down, plugged in his guitar, and started playing. What followed was a fantastic and intimate performance that I will never forget.
Needtobreathe passionately played an electric and eclectic set at 9:30 Club in a sold-out show Thursday, Oct. 5, in a long show that thrilled their audience and strengthened the bond between the performers and their fans.
Coast Modern offers catchy yet meaning full songs with a down-to-earth vibe that makes them feel accessible and relatable. The charm of the West Coast natives was on full display Friday night in a very packed room at U Street Music Hall.
Normally a bigger band, Doc Robinson arrived as a duo from Columbus, Ohio, at DC9 and played a stripped down accoustic show. They played a fantastic set on Tuesday.
Columbus indie pop group Doc Robinson will make a stop at DC9 Nightclub on Sept. 19. The stop comes almost exactly two months after the release of their debut full-length album, titled Deep End, which they are currently supporting on their US tour.
British singer/songwriter Dan Croll demonstrated a canny knack for translating studio techniques into an arresting live performance when made a stop in DC on Friday at the Rock and Roll Hotel.