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Justice for all… in DC

Justice 9:30 Club, Washington DC 3.21.12 It was time… The black covering tarp was pulled, switchboard podium and giant soon to be glowing cross exposed.  This was no Sunday Worship we had all...
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Ambassadors @ 9:30 Club

3.5.12 Washington DC Seeing a band with a multi-instrumentalist front-man is nothing new.  I would even say that it is becoming all the more common now.  That doesn't mean I don't appreciate it or even...
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Atari Teenage Riot at DC’s 9:30

9:30 Club in Washington, DC 9.17.2011 At times, the silence was deadly... hardly the environment for the politically charged digital-hardcore pioneer, Atari Teenage Riot. Presently touring North...
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Beats Antique & oddities, Oh My!

Beats Antique - 9:30 Club @ Washington DC April 21, 2011 Written by Lance Shakespear Beats Antique know how to entertain.  Where else can you experience some of the greatest middle eastern...
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Washington DC takes the Cake

Cake @ 9:30 Club, Washington DC Written by Lance Shakespear Prior to Cake taking the stage, an announcement played out over the crowd advising against the use of cameras and other recording devices....

Chromeo @ 9:30 Club, Washington DC

As Dave 1 and P-Thugg stepped out on stage and took their spots behind their respective leg stands, an additional presence was noticed on stage this time around. Almost as if pulled straight from Robert Palmer’s Simply Irresistible video from the 80’s, the backup singers/dancers brought a special draw to the stage that was subtle, yet steadfast.
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Crystal Castles in Washington DC

Crystal Castles @ 9:30 Club, Washington DC 08/20/2010 By Lance Shakespear Trying to describe my feelings for Crystal Castles is like trying to describe the taste of salt without using the term...
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AM – Show Review @ 9:30 Club

AM’s vocals are certainly something to be impressed by. The smooth voice in which AM totes ensures that it acts as a core instrument in itself, leading the music as opposed to singing along with the other instruments.