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Store Update: Two Inch Astronaut, Ruby Pins, Dismemberment Plan, Dealbreaker

07.26.13

Two Inch AstronautBad Brother

The nine-song 12” debut EP by this Silver Spring, Maryland-based trio. Despite their close proximity to D.C., I had no idea that they existed until an out of town friend mentioned that they were “killing it.” Pretty great stuff, though. Jittery guitar-driven prog-punk tunes that recalls Shudder to Think and Brainiac as well as contemporary peers/tour mates Speedy Ortiz. Recommended. (Aaron Leitko)

Ruby PinsRuby Pins

The debut solo LP by Grass Widow drummer/singer Lillian Maring. Ten lightly psychedelic, but melancholy-tinged indie-pop tunes. Recommended. (AL)

Dismemberment PlanEmergency & I

The Plan’s most beloved full-length back in print as a gatefold double LP.

DealbreakerPissed

Six punk/thrash tracks from this Arlington, VA two-piece that features Ian Thompson, who runs the label Cricket Cemetery, on drums.






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The Evens Announce Northeast Dates

07.25.13

In August, The Evens will perform six dates in the Northeast, including stops in Providence, New Haven, and Easthampton. Find a complete list of the dates below and more information our on tours page.

6-27 Pittsburgh, PA – Union Project

6-28 Ypsilanti, MI – Dreamland Theater

8/6 Rosendale, NY – Rosendale Community Center

8/7 Hudson, NY – Basilica Hudson

8/8 Easthampton, MA – Flywheel Arts Collective

8/9 Providence, RI – AS220

8/10 Woods Hole, MA – Woods Hole Community Hall

8/12 New Haven, CT – New Haven Museum



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Fort Reno Schedule Released, 1st Show July 8th

07.01.13

Fort Reno has announced the schedule for this year’s free outdoor concert series, which will begin on Monday, July 8th with a performance by The Evens.

Shows happen twice a week, Mondays and Thursdays, and each show (usually) consists of three bands, starting promptly at 7:15 PM and ending at 9:30 PM.

The park is located at 3800 Donaldson Place NW DC 20018. It’s walking distance from the Tenleytown Metro (red line), directly across the street from Wilson High School. For more information regarding the summer’s schedule, directions, volunteering, and donations, check the Fort Reno site.




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