ALL THINGS GO Music Festival Kicks Off TODAY With ALL THINGS GO CREATOR SUMMIT!!!

ALL THINGS GO Music Festival kicks off today with the ALL THINGS GO Creator Summit presented by SIRIUSXM and Pandora today at DC’s Eaton Hotel!! The epic DC-area music festival returns to Merriweather Post Pavilion on Saturday October 1 with Lorde headlining, Mitski and Lucy Dacus!

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Relive The Show: Bomba Estéreo at Brooklyn Bowl

From Colombia to Philly, Bomba Esteréo played to a full house at Brooklyn Bowl this Tuesday in support of their Grammy-nominated album, “Deja.” Their psychedelic blend of tropical sounds ranging from cumbia, house, reggaetón, indie rock, and beyond has entranced fans throughout Latin America and the world since 2005. Bomba’s recent collaboration with Bad Bunny, […]

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TONIGHT! Don’t Miss Nabil Ayers ‘My Life in the Sunshine’ book tour stop at Milkcrate Cafe via Harriett’s Bookshop!!!

Don’t miss this epic free event by Harriett’s Bookshop at Milkcrate Cafe from 6:30-8:30pm! Tonight Nabil Ayers will be in conversation with Black Music Month cofounder Dyana Williams. My Life in the Sunshine book signing will follow, along with drinks and music at one of our favorite cafes in the city. Get your copy of Nabil Ayers’ My Life in the Sunshine tonight at Harriett’s Bookshop’s event at Milkcrate Cafe!

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Relive The Show! Jordana Opens for Local Natives at The Fillmore

In support of her latest album, Face The Wall, Jordana is on the road with Local Natives, who brought their show to The Fillmore in Fishtown this Wednesday night. Jordana released her first album at just 18 years old, and has been making waves in the indie music scene ever since. Jordana‘s lyrics touch on […]

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