The Dandy Warhols perform at 9:30 Club on May 6, 2019. (Photo by Kyle Gustafson)
The Dandy Warhols are 25? For serious? If you would have asked me back in mid-’90s, I would have said no chance. And how wrong I would have been. The Dandys have carved out a nice career for themselves, being smart about song placements for ads and video games, making friends in right places (they opened for David Bowie!), investing back into a home studio and most importantly, making a steady stream of their wonderful brand of oddball pop.
The Dandy Warhols (Photo courtesy Ticketfly)
Celebrating 25 years of making gritty and glittery music, the veteran Portland four-piece Dandy Warhols performs at the 9:30 Club on Monday, May 6.
Spiritualized performs at the Lincoln Theatre in DC on April 16, 2019. (Photo by Kyle Gustafson)
Spiritualized were so fucking good on Tuesday night I’ve decided to go see them again on Philly on Friday.
That’s it. That’s the review.
Spiritualized (Photo by Juliette Larthe)
English space rockers Spiritualized, described by Vogue as “revelatory” and by Uproxx as “staggering grandeur,” will perform at the Lincoln Theatre on Tuesday, April 16, in support of their latest album, And Nothing Hurt.
Swervedriver performs at 9:30 Club on March 28, 2019. (Photo by Jason Nicholson)
Indie rockers Swervedriver have been winning over audiences old and new since the band’s reunion more than 10 years ago. After releasing a second post-reunion album, Swervedriver dropped by 9:30 Club with Failure recently to thrill audiences once again. Jason Nicholson took some pictures of the shoegazing Englishmen.
Prisms perform at Rock and Roll Hotel on March 26, 2019. (Photo by Andy Jillson)
Melancholy and the infinite gladness? That’s right. Prisms brought their homegrown DC shoegaze/indie sound to the Rock and Roll Hotel recently.
Deerhunter (Photo by Ryan Stang)
With critically acclaimed eighth studio album Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? released January 18, Atlanta’s Deerhunter have now embarked on an extensive tour that includes a date at 9:30 Club on Saturday, March 2.
Japanese Breakfast rockets Baltimore Soundstage through the stratosphere on Jan. 19, 2019 (Photo courtesy of Matt Ruppert)
Michelle Zauner, who goes by the name Japanese Breakfast, has toured for what seems like forever, or at the least as endlessly as a musician can, since releasing Soft Sounds from Another Planet in 2017 (though she took a recent break in Bali to wind down (and hilariously glance askance at an influencer taking endless photos of food). She was back on stage, where she belongs, at Baltimore Soundstage recently.
The Joy Formidable rocked out at The Black Cat on Nov. 10, 2018. (Photo by Shantel Breen)
The Joy Formidable, the always dynamic three-piece from Wales, closed their recent tour at The Black Cat on Saturday. They provided fans with not only a fantastic set but included an after party to celebrate the end of a four-week tour for their fans as well.
The Joy Formidable (Photo courtesy The Press House)
The Joy Formidable released Aaarth, their fourth studio album, in September via Seradom. And the Welsh trio promise a party when they bring the new songs to the Black Cat on Saturday, Nov. 10!