Photo: Alex Anderson All Things Gold had quite the September. After kicking things off on September 12th with Kate Boy, we held a special one-off edition the following week with Goldroom and Tesla Boy. Our own Alex Anderson captured it all on his camera – check out photos from the show after the jump. For […]

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As you may have gathered from the hundreds of tweets that poured out of our Twitter last Saturday, All Things Go teamed up with Indie Shuffle to put on a showcase for this year’s SXSW Festival. And man, did it pop off. From the morning onwards the line-up, which featured The Neighbourhood, MØ, Ghost Beach, […]

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Last Thursday we welcomed one of the UK’s finest, Mystery Jets, to U Street Music Hall for the 12th edition of All Things Gold. Their set hit all the right notes, visiting tracks from amazing albums like Twenty One, Serotonin, and their latest release, Radlands. Check out photos from the night, courtesy of Laura Lopez, […]

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Our monthly New Noise showcase once again tore through Chinatown’s Gibson Guitar’s Showroom last Saturday. Those lucky enough to snag tickets before they sold out enjoyed sets from two longtime ATG faves, Miami mavericks ANR and Brooklyn badasses Body Language. The room quickly filled to capacity as eager fans sipped their Tito’s vodka and Starr […]

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Scissor Sisters played a super safe opening set – perhaps gearing up for their March 7th sold-out date at 9:30 Club or perhaps due to strict Lady gaga management guidelines, who knows. At one point the band decreed “if you’ve never heard of us you’re probably not gay or British…so, all of you gay Brits […]

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Shuffling through their arsenal of retro tunes, Sargent House favorites The Postelles kicked off the night with a high energy set that captivated an early crowd. The quartet’s ability to infuse Motown with garage-rock in a live setting is a testament to the young outfit’s overall ability and enormous potential. Looking forward to catching a headlining […]

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