We need bands like Priests more than ever right now. It is the perfect time for some angry, politically charged punk rock, and Priests just released their first proper LP, Nothing Feels Natural. The Washington, D.C.-based four-piece released an EP, Bodies and Control and Money and Power, in 2014, so we’ve also been anticipating this record for a while. That […]Read more ›
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We’ve profiled quite a few bands from the Washington, D.C. – Baltimore corridor, as that region has produced some of fantastic indie bands. Most people know about Beach House, but there are also bands like Misun (one of our favorites), Lower Dens, Drop Electric, Celebration, Shark Week, Blankus Larry, Paperhaus, and many more. Another one band to keep an […]Read more ›
Misun are arguably the hardest working band. In 2013 and 2014, they released an EP, tons of singles, a summer bootleg series, a compilation of remixes, and their debut full-length. Superstitions was released in November, and it was one of our 50 favorite albums of 2014. Six months later, the trio from Washington, D.C. have returned with more new music. […]Read more ›
On Tuesday, Washington, D.C.-based band Drop Electric will release their new album, Lost in Decay. The band has released several singles in advance of the record’s official release, including the shoegaze euphoria of “Flee The Circus”. In addition, they’ve shared the brilliant, cinematic art-rock song, “Tread Lightly”. Their music is absolutely stunning. It melds the various scenes in and around the D.C. area, such as […]Read more ›
Another band about to launch their debut album is Washington, D.C.’s Shark Week. They’ve released three single so far, including the awesome, melodic, psych-rocker “Why Did I Let You Go?” It blazes with guitars, the harmonies are fantastic, and the chorus is simple yet infectious. Just a few days ago, they released “Waste of Time”, a track that has traces […]Read more ›