Music Park: Mikaela Davis @ DC9 — 10/15/18

Mikaela06 Mikaela Davis performs at DC9 on Oct. 15, 2018. (Photo by Mark Caicedo)

After an absence from the DC metro area of nearly three years, Mikaela Davis stopped in at DC9 Monday night and performed a set that spanned musical genres from dream pop to country to straight ahead rock. Who would have thought that a harpist could be so versatile? With a voice that is strong and pure, and instrumental chops that rival any lead guitarist’s, Mikaela’s set wowed the faithful crowd.

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Snapshots: Pink Martini @ The Anthem — 10/7/18

Pink Martini @ The Anthem, Washington DC, 10/07/2018
Pink Martini performs at The Anthem on Oct. 7, 2018. (Photo by Paivi)

Pink Martini brought orchestral delights to The Anthem recently with special guest singer Ari Shapiro. Paivi shot the show!

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Music Park: Florence and the Machine @ The Anthem — 10/5/18

Florence and the Machine @ The Anthem, Washington DC, 10/05/2018
Florence Welch fronts Florence and the Machine at The Anthem on Oct. 5, 2018. (Photos by Paivi Salonen; Words by Samara Tu)

With Florence Welch’s vocals and positive messages of love, and her band’s energy permeating the concert hall, Florence and the Machine delivered a dramatic and romantic performance that left concert-goers satisfied and returning fans confirmed that Florence and the Machine was worth experiencing again in a sold-out show at The Anthem on Friday.

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Snapshots: Blood Orange @ Lincoln Theater — 9/28/18

Untitled Blood Orange performs at the Lincoln Theatre on Sept. 28, 2018. (Photo by Brenda Reyes)

At sold-out Lincoln Theater, Devonté Hynes, better known as Blood Orange, gave an amazing performance. His style of funk-R&B shined on stage. He highlighted every single supporting instrument through out the night, making sure that everyone has their moment to shine. Effortlessly, Blood Orange showcased his dreamy tunes and alt-pop sound to DC.

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Don’t Miss: Florence and the Machine @ The Anthem, 10/6/18

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Florence Welch (Photo by Vincent Haycock)

In June, Florence and the Machine released High as Hope, the band’s fourth studio album, via by Republic Records and Virgin EMI Records. Florence and the Machine scheduled a show for The Anthem, which promptly sold out! But tickets are still available for a second night, Saturday, Oct. 6.

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