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thelvnguage to bring the funk to Rockwood Music Hall 5/12

If you’ve been on the hunt for “a major funk odyssey,” then thelvnguage just might be your dream band. The NYC-based four-piece combines thick and creamy funk with some serious psych vibes, but wraps it all up in a neat, indie-pop package. Their latest single busts out the jams with major disco guitar chops and the blare of that delicious old-school organ sound, and features singer, Rob van Zandt’s svelte vocals. But our favorite track is the instrumental "Something Ellis Said" from last year's "moothC@" single, streaming below. Catch them live at Rockwood Music Hall 5/12 - Olivia Sisinni

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New Music Video: "Nail in the Wire" - Lunacy

Nick Kulp (Remote Control, ex-Creepoid/Far-Out Fangtooth), who records and performs under the moniker Lunacy, just shared a new music video for the single, "Nail in the Wire," which premiered earlier this morning at CVLT Nation. Its visuals provide "a depiction of the world being destroyed by natural causes from the earth & the static represents purgatory and the split or 'nail' between dimensions." The footage was shot and edited by Joe Kusy and Conor Clasen, and it is the closing track on Lunacy's forthcoming EP Beneath The Fold, which will be available on cassette and in digital format on May 26 via Funeral Party.

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Sundaes Releases New Track "Smoke Signals"

Sundaes offers a rendition of early oughts’ indie rock that proves a breath of fresh air for the broader independent music scene. The second new track “Smoke Signals” off their upcoming EP is no exception. Reminiscent of greats like The Strokes or The New Pornographers, it’s a guitar-heavy number with a driving rhythm and laid-back, meandering vocal melody that sticks to the brain. The new work impressively recycles the sonic traits of its influences while remaining fresh and relevant in its conceptual undertakings. Stay tuned for more details on their newest effort and upcoming shows.

-Andrew Strader





DC indie-folk-rock upstarts Handsome Hound at Songbyrd this Saturday

Fresh from a weekend stint in folk friendly Charlottesville, Handsome Hound returns to their hometown this Saturday to headline Songbyrd in Adams Morgan. Well-crafted and soulfully entertaining songs are the key to this group’s success, as the indie-folk-rock outfit continues to build off of the attention garnered by the release of their first EP last year. Creative and well thought out, the music does justice to the band’s influences: Americana legends like Johnny Cash and modern folk stars Shovels and Rope.

Don’t miss Handsome Hound and Odell Fox this Saturday, April 22nd, 6:30-9 at Songbyrd in Adams Morgan.  Tickets on sale here or at the door.

-Written by Michael Dranove

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Gem and Eye bring their stylish synthpop to Rockwood tonight (04.18)

Since we had a couple of sunny days in April above 70 degrees, we can officially say that the hunt for the breeziest single of summer 2017 has begun! NYC super-young, brother-sister duo Gem & Eye seems a serious contender for the title with their single 'Echo' (video streaming below). The track offers a delicious synthpop take on the sophistipop of the '80s (think Prefab Sprout), and introduces us to the uber smooth, heart conquering vocals of Harley Pace. There's some promise here... You can see Gem & Eye live at Rockwood tonight, April 18th. - Photo by Juliane Leigh Forsyth

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