Snapshots: Foreign Air @ 9:30 Club — 5/23/18

Foreign Air 9:30 Club
Foreign Air performs at 9:30 Club on May 23, 2018. (Photo by Brenda Reyes)

DC duo Foreign Air played at the 9:30 Club last Wednesday night in support of Bishop Briggs. The duo have had a number of bills for bands like Phantogram, Jack Garret, and HONNE. Synthpop duo started off with their new single “Loud Magic”  in front of packed house.

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Don’t Miss: Dizzy @ Rock and Roll Hotel, 12/8/17

Dizzy (Photo courtesy Royal Mountain Records)

Canadian quartet Dizzy have been on tour to open DC bands Foreign Air and SHAED! The tour rolls into DC for a performance at Rock and Roll Hotel on Dec. 8.

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Don’t Miss: Foreign Air @ Rock and Roll Hotel, 12/8/17

Foreign Air (Photo by Luke Adams)

Jesse Clasen and Jacob Michael formed Foreign Air in North Carolina, and the duo have found a home in DC. Foreign Air recently released “Lying,” a new single, and they are on a co-headlining tour with SHAED that visits Rock and Roll Hotel on Friday, Dec. 8.

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Music Park: Now, Now and Foreign Air @ All Things Go Fall Classic — 10/8/17

ATG_ForeignAir10 Foreign Air perform at All Things Go Fall Classic on Oct. 8, 2017.

It wasn’t only the headliners that impressed at All Things Go Fall Classic. Take the afternoon bands on the final day of Sunday, Oct. 8, for example. Great musical duos Now, Now and Foreign Air kept festival-goers entertained at Union Market and had us searching Spotify for their latest releases.

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Don’t Miss: All Things Go Fall Classic @ Union Market, 10/6-10/8/17

Foster The People Foster the People will headline All Things Go Fall Classic in DC. (Photo courtesy All Things Go)

The fourth annual All Things Go Fall Classic, DC’s foremost local indie pop music festival, expands to three days this year, Oct. 6-8, 2017, offering one-day lineups on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday as well as a three-day pass. With a move to Union Market (1309 5th St. NE, DC), All Things Go Fall Classic features headliners Foster the People, Young Thug, and Galantis.

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