We had the chance to ask Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. some questions before they tore things up at the Rock and Roll Hotel here in DC last Thursday. Read what the Detroit duo had to say — including their thoughts on the new EP, 2013 so far and the lost art of trying a bow […]

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All Things Gold 014 is going down tonight with live performances from POP ETC and Cold Fronts plus a special DJ set from Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. Want to win a pair of tickets to the show? Whether you think the Morning Benders transformation to POP ETC was necessary or not, there’s no denying the […]

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Rising Philly garage-pop act Cold Fronts will finally get to play in front of all the ATG faithful at All Things Gold 014. Their bright-as-sunlight, throwback melodies and jangly guitar hooks are sure to win them plenty of new fans in the District. And if for some strange reason the infectious tunes don’t work, frontman […]

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Beloved indie dream-poppers Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. are taking a break from their keyboard and guitars and trying their hands at DJ’ing this fall. And while All Things Go will miss the duo’s sparkling, cotton-candy-like melodies and superb Beach Boys’ covers, we are ecstatic to welcome their scribbling skills to U Street Music Hall this […]

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Upon reading the headline for this post, you may be thinking to yourself, “wasn’t, like, there just a post on POP ETC coming to play an ATG show, like, last month?” Don’t adjust your cookie settings, dear reader/valley girl because it’s true: the Berkley/Brooklyn-based band will be in town Thursday to headline our latest All […]

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UPDATE: Unfortunately Lovelife will no longer be playing this edition of All Things Gold. Fortunately we got the awesome dudes in Cold Fronts to replace them. If you’re a fan of the Strokes — which should be just about all of you — then you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Summer may be coming to a close […]

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Anthony Gonzales has prepared a seven-track remix EP for M83‘s standout track, “Reunion.” The third and most recent of these reworks to surface comes from Detroit indie-pop group and perennial remixers Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. The remix builds like a spaceship, ready to take the track through every layer of the pop stratosphere. It opens with a dreamy, warped beat […]

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In 1966, the Fermi nuclear power plant outside Detroit suffered a partial meltdown, throwing the city into a panic and later inspiring Gil Scott-Heron to write “We Almost Lost Detroit” to protest unsafe energy. “How would we ever get over / losing our minds?” he asks, wondering how a city that came so close to […]

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