Dan Boeckner fronts Operators at the Mercury Lounge in New York City on April 5, 2017. (Photo by nevbrown)
Dan Boeckner is a compelling frontman. The high-spirited crooner danced and weaved his way through an excellent show by his band Operators at U Street Music Hall recently, doing it all as he sang, strummed, and synthed his way through 14 gorgeous songs.
Operators (Photo by Shervin Lainez)
Dan Boeckner of Wolf Parade went totally new wave with his latest project, Operators. The synth-forward trio released Radiant Dawn, a second studio album, recently via Last Gang Records, and Operators perform at U Street Music Hall on Saturday, July 13.
Nav performs at The Fillmore Silver Spring on June 17, 2019. (Photo by Chris Castillo)
Canadian rapper Nav dropped by The Fillmore Silver Spring recently on his Bad Habits Tour. Chris Castillo was there to take some pictures!
Steve Poltz (Photo by Laura Partain)
You may not have the heard name Steve Poltz, but you’ve almost certainly heard his music. Steve, who opened for roots rocker Paul Thorn recently at The Birchmere, co-wrote the massive hit “You Were Meant For Me” with Jewel. In his own magical and vibrant way, Steve told the audience the story behind that song, which began on a trip the two took to Mexico to go surfing, where they ended up on a drug bust with the Mexican federal police.
Lucette (Photo by Fairlight Hubbard)
Canadian artist Lucette performs at City Winery DC on Tuesday, June 11, in support of Deluxe Hotel Room, a new album released in May via Rock Creek Music and Thirty Tigers.
Walk Off the Earth performs at The Fillmore Silver Spring on May 29, 2019. (Photo by Chris Smyth)
Canadian pop quartet Walk Off the Earth recently brought their unique style of musicianship and pop sensibilities to The Fillmore Silver Spring.
Chromeo (Photo courtesy Sacks & Co.)
Funk duo Chromeo announced their fist ever live band shows earlier this year, presenting 90 minutes of expanded sound. The band said it will record the upcoming shows at First Avenue in Minneapolis for a live album, but first Chromeo brings the show to the Lincoln Theatre on Sunday, May 19.