Stop the presses! Lenny Kravitz dropped Raise Vibration, his 11th studio album, only two weeks ago, and he’s fresh for The Anthem on Monday, Sept. 24. There are still tickets remaining for the Lenny Kravitz Raise Vibration Tour!
Neon Gold Records celebrates their 10th Anniversary as a label with an all-star show at the Knockdown Center in Queens, New York City, on Saturday, Sept. 29. While the show includes a number of fantastic artists, Parklife DC is most excited about the appearance of Marina, who last performed in the United States in 2015. The show also includes The Knocks, Matt Maeson, Alex Winston, Your Smith, LPX, St. Lucia, and more!
Visionary artist Rene Perez Joglar, also known as “Residente,” has received 39 awards thus far in his career, including four Grammys and 27 Latin Grammys. The Puerto Rican rapper, composer, producer, vocalist, and co-founder of the alternative rap group Calle 13 will perform at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Wednesday, Sept. 19, in support of his first solo album, the self-titled Residente.
The Jamie McLean Band rocked the Wharf Friday night with a 90-minute, gritty soul performance at Pearl Street Warehouse. Frontman Jamie McLean, backed by bassist Chris Anderson and drummer Brian Griffin, took the stage with a pair of Memphis-style hollow-body electric guitars (cherry-color 1969 Gibson ES-335 and natural-color Heritage H-535), and he had the crowd on its feet dancing and reveling on the venue’s checkerboard dance floor from the very first note.
Goth Renaissance man Aurelio Voltaire released Heart-Shaped World, his 11th studio album, in 2017 via Projekt Records. He dropped by Union Stage to play some new music on Aug. 19, and Paivi got some pictures!
Industrial rockers Uniform hit 9:30 Club on Saturday to open Deafheaven. Paivi snapped the gents in action.