What’s not to like about Velociraptor? Not only are we fans of their party-starting, beach-ready garage rock, but this Brisbane outfit is comprised of not three, not five…but twelve Aussies. Yes, TWELVE. We can’t help but feel like that’s the coolest thing ever. Velociraptor: you are hereby certified rad. Strap on your swimming shorts and […]

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Want shimmering waves of acid-washed guitar fuzz to knock you down into the oncoming breakers, rending you helpless to the onslaught of shoe-gaze sea foam? If so, you came to the right place. Brooklyn’s Lazyeyes throw the garage-like distortion of the Northwest and the surf-rock vibes of the Left Coast on top of the heavy […]

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DC will be getting a healthy dose of indie rock Saturday night when Delta Spirit takes over the Fillmore Silver Spring with JEFF the Brotherhood and FIDLAR. Want to get fuzzy with these guys for free? Lucky for you, we’re giving away a pair of tickets to the show plus a screen print of 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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Turf War are new in my book, but their single “Cheers to the Years” made a quick believer out of me. Being from Atlanta myself, I’m a bit ashamed that it’s taken me this long to discover these gents. Don’t make the same mistake I did. Turf War’s sonic recipe is pretty simple: you marinate […]

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Tomorrow the Red Palace brings us two excellent acts in two femme fatales known for their live shows: Marnie Stern and No Joy. The former is a highly technical, hyperactive rocker who shreds like the gods. The latter are two face-in-their hair type of grunge rockers who would fit snugly beside some of the classics […]

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