The Dream Syndicate (Photo by Linda Pitmon)
From their beginning in a Los Angeles basement in 1981, The Dream Syndicate’s neo-psychedelic sound has been wildly influential in the indie-rock scene and most notably the Paisley Underground. The band will perform at U Street Music Hall on Friday, May 10, in support of their sixth studio album, These Times (which drops *this* Friday via Anti-Records).
Santigold (Photo by Craig Wetherby)
In commemoration of the recent 10th anniversary of her self-titled debut album, Santigold will come to The Fillmore Silver Spring on Monday, May 6, on her 10 Years Golder Tour. She’ll perform her debut album in its entirety, along with songs from throughout her career, including off her latest mixtape-style album I Don’t Want: The Gold Fire Sessions.
The Dandy Warhols (Photo courtesy Ticketfly)
Celebrating 25 years of making gritty and glittery music, the veteran Portland four-piece Dandy Warhols performs at the 9:30 Club on Monday, May 6.
Son Volt (Photo by David McClister)
In support of their ninth studio album, Union, Son Volt will perform at the 9:30 Club on Sunday, May 5, led by frontman Jay Farrar, a defining and revered figure in the world of roots rock and pioneer of the alt-country movement of the 1990s.
Actors (Photo by Kira Clavell)
From Vancouver, Canada, Actors bring their electrifying, modern take on post-punk and darkwave to Metro Gallery on Tuesday, April 30, in support of their debut full-length LP, It Will Come to You.
HEALTH (Photo by Faith Crawford)
“Twitchy” and “groundbreaking,” LA-based noise rockers HEALTH bring their “moody violence over trap beats” to Rock and Roll Hotel on Sunday, April 28, in support of their new album, VOL4::Slaves of Fear.
Kali Uchis and Jorja Smith (Photo courtesy Ticketfly)
Following a sold-out run across North America last year, Colombian-American singer Kali Uchis is teaming up with English R&B singer Jorja Smith for a show at The Anthem on Sunday, April 28.
Foals (Photo by Alex Knowles)
English rock quartet Foals are back with a new album, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1, released in March via Warner Music, and Yannis Philippakis and company headline two nights at 9:30 Club! The first night is sold out, but you can see Foals at 9:30 Club on Thursday, April 18.
The Claypool Lennon Delirium (Photo courtesy ATO Records)
Primus bassist Les Claypool and multi-instrumentalist Sean Lennon have come together once again as the Claypool Lennon Delirium for their second collaborative album, South of Reality, and they will perform at the 9:30 Club on Wednesday, April 17.
Spiritualized (Photo by Juliette Larthe)
English space rockers Spiritualized, described by Vogue as “revelatory” and by Uproxx as “staggering grandeur,” will perform at the Lincoln Theatre on Tuesday, April 16, in support of their latest album, And Nothing Hurt.