Seth Kibel's musical brunches at the Edlavitch DCJCC are as popular for the Klezmer repertoire as the kosher buffet
After thirty-five years and twenty albums, They Might Be Giants are still finding the joy in everything
The experimental group records and performs scores for theatrical productions around D.C.
A chance to explore outer space via a simple outing to the symphony
The '80s icons are teaming up over a decade after their 2006 tour
Børns' sophomore album plays to his strengths, but leaves plenty of room for growth
Local singer-songwriter Justin Trawick explores new routes to make musical connections
Stevens has been shortlisted for two Academy Awards for the songs he created for Call Me By Your Name
The coming year gets off to a slow start musically, but there is promising material on the not-too-distant horizon
From the xx to Kendrick Lamar to Björk, our music critic counts down the ten best albums of 2017
Winner announced at Town Danceboutique this Saturday, December 16.
For veteran singer Bettye LaVette, the best may be yet to come.
Sam Smith adds some heft to his vocal pop, while Shamir embraces an early career reinvention
Byron Jones performs some of Jacques Brel's most interesting gems
St. Vincent's new album seeks self-definition, while Tegan and Sara commemorate the tenth birthday of a defining album