On Wednesday, be sure to see Silver Spring’s dream pop outfit Go Cozy open for New Madrid. Go Cozy’s reverb-heavy arpeggios and chilled-out melodies will make this a good set to bring a date to mid-week.
Lance Neptune will also land at DC9 this week, bringing along a host of easygoing rhythms with him. The producer’s trippy, synth-driven beats will establish a spacey-but-danceable vibe before Beacon comes onstage later in the evening.
If metal is more your thing, Caustic Casanova will kick-off a stacked lineup that also includes Joy and Carousel. Newly signed to Retro Futurist Records, Caustic Casanova recalls elements of classic psychedelic doom with a unique punk twist.
The vigorous synth-pop sounds of Pleasure Curses will pump up the arriving attendees at this Thursday show. The D.C. duo will inject the venue with their lively music, starting off a strong set on a high note.
Dark, brooding melodies undulate into frustrated cries of despair in the music of D.C.’s own Hemlines. Though a seemingly unlikely fit for a Coup Sauvage & The Snips EP release party, Hemlines’ anxious punk and powerful stage presence will have you throwing elbows before Gauzy gets onstage.