In a promotional campaign called “Lean Quat-Easter” this week, DJ Lean Quatifah put 96 flash drives of his music in plastic Easter eggs and spread them across campus.
A socially-conscious reggae legacy and a former J-14 Magazine heartthrob are among the musical acts welcoming in spring in the District. Check out these shows across three venues and one historic parade as the semester comes to a close.
The return from the sun-drenched respite of spring break can be tough, but these shows come just in time to re-inject fun into your routine even with classes back in session.
Coming back to campus means buying textbooks, stocking your fridge and, of course, buying all your favorite concert tickets. The next couple of months are bringing an iconic rapper, an erratic indie rocker and an early ‘00s garage punk band to the District, far enough away for you to carve out time and grab your tickets before they sell out.
But Nicholas Sampogna, a 2010 GW alumnus and Mason, dismissed the stereotype that Masons are secretive and all-powerful.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Santiago Mendoza. “20” – TLC ★★★✩✩ It was 20 years ago that a trio of soulful, hip-hop dominating women launched TLC. Eleven years after the release of their last studio album “3D,” TLC has produced their 20 year anniversary album “20,” featuring all the best tracks from their […]
The legendary musician, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003, performed solo for over two hours in front of a sold-out crowd. Costello played more than 25 songs.
The band, whose lineup consists of lead guitarist Lee Blackwell, drummer James Traeger and bassist Tarek Wegner, performed in front of a small audience at the dual pizza-place and concert venue, rapidly and energetically progressing from one song to the next without pause.
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Carson Rolleri. When Kate Nash took the 9:30 Club stage Monday night, the audience heard more than clashing guitars and quirky, quippy lyrics. Nash made it personal, talking about bad friends, empowering women in music and that one time she found string cheese wrappers in her bed. […]
Small-time artists reign supreme across D.C.’s concert circuit this month, so check out shows at Black Cat and 9:30 throughout the end of November.