Snapshots: Lamb of God @ The Fillmore Silver Spring — 7/30/18

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Lamb of God perform at The Fillmore Silver Spring on July 30, 2018. (Photo by Paivi)

Over the summer, Lamb of God supported metal legends Slayer on a farewell tour that visited the DC metro area. Earlier this week, the heavy metal quintet from Richmond, Virgina, returned to headline The Fillmore Silver Spring, and they brought along tourmates from the Slayer good-bye show — Anthrax and Testament.

Lamb of God thrashed the hell outta The Fillmore, and Paivi captured the show on film.

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Music Park: Lucy Dacus @ Ottobar — 7/11/18

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Lucy Dacus performs at the Ottobar on July 11, 2018. (Photo by David LaMason)

There’s something to be said for artistry within art. Art is an act of creation, but the process of creating art can itself be something to behold and appreciate. On Historian, the second full-length LP from Richmond-based musician Lucy Dacus, you can almost see the interconnecting layers being pieced together to create these stories. And you could certainly hear them live at Ottobar on Wednesday.

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Snapshots: Kali Uchis @ Rams Head Live Baltimore — 6/7/2018


Kali Uchis performs at Rams Head Live on June 7, 2018. (Photo by Brenda Reyes)

Radiating Selena-esque vibes, Kali Uchis recently took to the stage at Rams Head Live, and she started her show with “Speed,” “Rush,” and my personal favorite “Nuestra Planeta” (which translates to “Our Planet” in English). She blends soul/psychedelic with reggaeton vibes and adds a sprinkle of pop. Her voice can perfectly blend all those genres and she makes it work.

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Music Park: Twain @ Union Stage — 3/31/18

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Twain performs at Union Stage on March 31, 2018. (Photo by David LaMason)

It might be understandable if you haven’t heard of Twain, the musical moniker of Mt Davidson, a Virginia resident who writes beautiful, lyrical songs that are sometimes funny and often heartbreaking but always hard to shake. But if you were at Union Stage on Saturday night, you certainly heard some terrific songs played live.

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