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EVAN GIIA Talks Latest Single, “Switch Off,” Touring, Meditating, Cycling and More: Interview

EVAN GIIA’s Headline Tour Starts March 5th: Tickets Rising artist EVAN GIIA is kicking off her debut headline tour and she’s going to make you sweat.  From her latest single, “Switch Off” which immediately blasts into a bass-heavy electropop rager to her “GIIA MOVE” partnership with CycleBar, the Brooklyn-based artist will have your heart racing...

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Dayglow Announces 2020 North American Tour

The tour kicks off March 13th in Chicago: Tickets Dayglow just announced spring 2020 tour dates and I could not be more excited. Although we just caught the Austin singer-songwriter at DC9 a few months ago, his show was so good, there’s no way we’re missing his new headline run.  Especially considering since his last tour,...

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REVIEW: SACHI @ U Street Music Hall – 11/06/19 [PHOTOS]

Nights With Ruby out via Casablanca Records Earlier this month, New Zealand’s SACHI played their debut D.C. show for a packed U Street Music Hall. The duo, comprised of longtime friends and collaborators Will Thomas and Nick Chrisp, were on the east coast opening for Phantoms on the heels of their latest EP, Nights With Ruby.  ...

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Golden Vessel Announces Debut North American Tour

NYC, Philly, & D.C. to host debut U.S. shows: TICKETS Australia’s Golden Vessel has spent the last few months sharing some incredible collaborative singles like “BIGBRIGHT” featuring Elkkle, E^ST, DUCKWRTH and his latest, “HIGHWAY” featuring Emerson Leif. Now, following news the rising artist will release his debut album SLOWSHINE this month, the Aussie is back to announce his...

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REVIEW: Crywolf @ U Street Music Hall — 04/04/19 [PHOTOS]

widow [OBLIVIØN Pt. I] is out now on Okami Records If you’re yet to see Crywolf (aka Justin Taylor Phillips) in concert, consider it one of your newest bucket list entries. Earlier this month, the LA-based artist stopped at U Street Music Hall in Washington, D.C. in support of his newest album, widow [OBLIVIØN Pt. I], and it’s a...

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