Last week Brooklyn indie-dance gems Rubblebucket rocked the crowd at our Communion DC show, churning out a polished set of songs from their just-released Save Charlie EP. This week they’re back and brighter than ever with an all-new Andrew William Ralph and TJ Andrade-directed video for the album’s namesake. Complementing the track’s updated, indie-fied Mighty Mighty […]

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Next Wednesday, October 2nd, Rubblebucket will be taking the stage along with U.S. Royalty, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Willy Mason, Silent Old Mountains, and the Yacht Club DJ’s at our first ever Communion DC show at Black Cat. In advance of the show, we talked with bandleader Alex Toth about the band’s unique live performances, recording […]

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There are a number of reasons we’re excited for our upcoming Communion DC show, one of the top ones being Brooklyn indie-pop all stars Rubblebucket‘s headlining set. To get all of you excited for the show, they just dropped a bouncy cover of the Doobie Brothers classic “What A Fool Believes.” Sometimes the unlikeliest covers […]

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Brooklyn indie-pop ensemble Rubblebucket get their latest single “Save Charlie” remixed by electro wizard Jonathan Bates, known better to you all as Big Black Delta. Bates tosses the track into the middle of a synth-pop swamp, complementing the song’s bright notes with murky electronics. Rubblebucket voiced their thoughts on the remix, saying “in a weird […]

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Communion is a music collective and monthly club night that was born over seven years ago at the Notting Hill Arts Club as the brainchild of Ben Lovett (Mumford & Sons), Kev Jones (Bear’s Den) and producer Ian Grimble. Since its inception, Communion hasn’t strayed from the literal definition of the word: the sharing or […]

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