Post Tagged with: "9:30 Club"

MEGAN SHAPIRO/THE HOYA

Concert Review: Angus & Julia Stone at the 9:30 Club

Atmospheric instrumental underscores, euphonious singing and strong rapport make indie-pop duo Angus & Julia Stone stand out from its crowded genre. Since the Australian siblings decided to pursue their respective musical endeavors in 2006, the pair’s natural chemistry and talent have electrified venues. The group’s performance Nov. 19 at the[Read More…]

by December 9, 2017 0 comments Concerts, Guide - Top, Music, The Guide
MEGHAN MANDI/THE HOYA

Concert Review: Mura Masa at the 9:30 Club

Alex Crossan, better known as Mura Masa, may only be 21 years old, but he has already built quite a name for himself as an electronic musician. Emerging into the industry at age 17, Mura Masa used SoundCloud as a means of dispersing his music to wider audiences. After his[Read More…]

MAX CRISPIN/THE HOYA

Concert Review: Tash Sultana at the 9:30 Club

At around 10:30 p.m. on Oct. 6, Tash Sultana, donning an oversized black T-shirt, plaid pants and a black beanie, stepped barefoot onstage at the 9:30 Club to receive her thundering crowd. “Was anyone at my last show in D.C.?” Sultana asked to thunderous applause. “Well, you obviously told your[Read More…]

by October 20, 2017 0 comments Guide - Top, Music, Music Issue, The Guide
ALEXANDRA BRUNJES/THE HOYA

Concert Review: Ron Pope at the 9:30 Club

“You all had to do something to be here, so I’ll be damned if I’m not going to show up.” Upon taking the stage at the 9:30 Club on Oct. 10, Ron Pope immediately began to banter with the audience, establishing a comfortable, conversational rapport that would continue throughout the[Read More…]

DCJAZZFEST

Concerts and Festivals: Editor’s Picks

May 23-24, 2016 – Mac DeMarco at the 9:30 Club Over the past 10 years, Canadian singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco has cultivated one of the most distinctive sounds of the indie genre, combining soft, echoing guitar arrangements with lazy, lo-fi vocals in what some have described as “slacker rock.” Earlier this[Read More…]

by May 19, 2017 0 comments Summer Highlights, The Guide
ANNA SHUSTER/THE HOYA 

Despite a quiet crowd, the indie-rock quartet Transviolent maintained its energy all throughout its opening set for Mikky Ekko.

Concert Review: Mikky Ekko & Transviolet @ 9:30 Club

★★★★☆ The crowd that welcomed Transviolet to the stage last Saturday, Oct. 24 was modest at best — U Street Music Hall isn’t the biggest venue, and many ticketholders seemed to be waiting for the big name to take the stage later in the night. They didn’t realize, though, that[Read More…]

Concert Review: Spandau Ballet

Concert Review: Spandau Ballet

Last Tuesday, the 80s new wave group Spandau Ballet rocked the 9:30 Club with a night full of slow jams and funky hits from yesteryear. These pioneers of the New Romantic movement, now in their 50s, played their first-ever D.C. show with an impressive level of energy and charm and[Read More…]

Concert Review: Greg Holden

Concert Review: Greg Holden

With the release of his album “Chase the Sun” earlier this week, Greg Holden is about to emerge from the shadow of his hit song “Home,” which was recorded by Phillip Phillips, and gained acclaim under his own name. To make sure the world hears his music, Holden has been[Read More…]

Concert Review: Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas

Concert Review: Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas

With their unique style, Detroit-based Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas have attracted a lot of buzz in the music world in the past year. The band has created a unique blend of rock, jazz, soul, R&B and Motown influences unrivaled by anything playing on the mainstream airways today. The group[Read More…]

A Musician of Many Niches

Chris Carrabba is a name that may sound familiar. Carrabba is the lead singer of Dashboard Confessional and Further Seems Forever. Now, Chris is carving out a new place for himself in the folk music scene with his new project, a folk and Americana band known as Twin Forks. The band is opening for Ryan[Read More…]