Alternative-R&B artist EJ Marais shares the latest and fourth single, “Discotheque” off his upcoming LP, Cuts, out Aug. 28 via La Castanya.
Hip hop collective Brockhampton returned with Ginger, the band’s fifth studio album, over the summer, and now they are traveling the country on their Heaven Belongs to You Tour. On the tour, Brockhampton visits The Anthem in DC on Monday, Nov. 25.
As soon as I walked into the 9:30 Club, I knew that it was going to be a good night. The crowd was living for Kari Faux (opening DJ) and it was a sold-out show. She warmed up the crowd to an incredible night for Steve Lacy and his fans.
The last time I saw BANKS in DC was during her Goddess era, just five years ago. She arrived again recently to greet her loyal fanbase at The Fillmore Silver Spring, promoting her just-released third studio album III. I had a lot of catching up to do!
Dirty Projectors‘ joint tour with Deerhunter finally came to the 9:30 Club for a fulfilling night recently — both bands are no strangers to DC. Dirty Projectors had just played last summer 2018 for their latest album Lamp Lit Prose.
Deerhunter released Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?, the band’s eighth studio album, earlier this year via 4AD. Dirty Projectors dropped Lamp Lit Prose on Domino Records last year. The two bands now join forces for a tour, and they visit 9:30 Club on Sunday, Sept. 8!
Indie pop duo Wet released Still Run, its sophomore album, last year via Columbia Records, and they are touring it with Kilo Kish with a stop at 9:30 Club on Tuesday, March 5. You can win tickets to go with Parklife DC.
UK soul singer-songwriter Daley recently gave DC a warm musical embrace on an otherwise frigid February night. The Manchester musician took a game 9:30 Club audience on a sonic journey through a sound he has called “future throwback soul.”
Gareth Daley is best known by the name Daley, and Christian Berishaj is better known by his stagename JMSN (pronounced “Jameson”). The two alternative R&B singer-songwriters have teamed for a tour, and Daley and JMSN perform at 9:30 Club together on Friday, Feb. 1.
Twenty-two-year-old alternative hip-hop artist Lauren Sanderson performed to a room of exuberant young fans over the weekend at the Rock and Roll Hotel. She recently signed a record deal with Epic Records, and she is touring in support of her recent EP release, Don’t Panic.