As the resident New Orleansologist here at ATG, I’m delighted to write about Generationals. The band formed in 2009 as an indie take on shimmering 60s pop, and their debut album, Con Law, more or less broke the NOLA indie scene when it was released four years ago. (You probably heard the infectious single “When […]

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Noisy New Yorkers A Place To Bury Strangers have released a new track, “And I’m Up”, from their upcoming album Worship. With a cavernous yet prickly guitar sound, the song is reminiscent of Pyschocandy era Jesus And Mary Chain (think “You Trip Me Up” in particular). Hopefully we’ll get the chance to hear it live when APTBS […]

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DC stalwarts The Vita Ruins played their last ever show this past Saturday night at the Rock & Roll Hotel. Kelsey Friend was there to grab some photos for us. If you don’t have it, I encourage you to grab their only full length album, for FREE, over at their Bandcamp. All photos after the […]

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From the desk of JD Klipper… DC’s Nunchucks have been on my radar for awhile, but I never really got around to checking them out. Nothing against them, I just get sent so much music it’s hard to keep up. Then Ron Soltes friended me on facebook and put the Eat Your Moneys EP right […]

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Today we’ve got a guest post from Washington DC man-about-town JD Klipper.  JD frequents many of the finer drinking establishments, restaurants and concert halls this fair city has to offer.  In his spare time he somehow finds time to manage the band Middle Distance Runner.  Let’s listen to what the man has to say. I […]

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A huge THANKS to everyone who came out to Rock N Roll Hotel last Friday to celebrate the release of The Dance Party’s new album Touch and a re-launch of All Things Go. We promise the new site will be up very, very, very, very soon. In the meantime check out some pics that Jeff […]

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