Show Review: What It Means: Patterson Hood Drives Solo at Pearl Street Warehouse

Today’s concert goers crave community and connection. They are getting their fix in a plethora of new or revitalized venues across DC. The Wharf’s Pearl Street Warehouse and Union Stage are two such examples. In music venues such as these, the fractured and divisive rhetoric so prevalent in the city as a whole gives way […]

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REVIEW: Dawes’ “Passwords” is Deep Social Commentary Over Compelling Music

Dawes’ Passwords (HUB Records) was produced by Jonathan Wilson (Lucinda Williams, Shooter Jennings).  This album veered more toward indie/pop production styles than their previous albums, while lyrically it covered some of the heaviest landscapes of the human heart.   Rhythm section Wylie Gelber and Griffin Goldsmith maintain a deeply solid low end; while Dawes, Trevor Menear […]

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