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  • ABSOLUTELY FREE with Alvvays – Tuesday, November 11th @ DC9

    Some of the terms this Canadian band uses to describe themselves include “Post-Proto-Punk” and “Astro-Beat” and to be honest, these terms do a perfect job of explaining their music. Layers upon layers of gritty guitar, muffled vocals, and piercing percussion are the primary components of Absolutely Free’s sound. Check out their fuzzy track, “Vision’s” ahead of their performance.

  • MIDNIGHT FACES with Electric Youth – Thursday, November 13th @ Black Cat

    Who doesn’t like a catchy, synth-filled pop song? Los Angeles-based band Midnight Faces make exactly that, feel-good songs that anyone can enjoy. There is no doubt that this is going to be a feel-good show, so make sure you get there early.

  • TEI SHI with Gems – Thursday, November 13th @ U Street Music Hall

    Tei Shi, is a songstress with a penchant for dreamy pop music. Her clear voice pairs perfectly with her minimal production, but she still manages to create these massive soundscapes with every song she puts out. Standout songs include “M&Ms” and her unique cover of Beyoncé’s “No Angel,” where she turns the song on its head and makes it her own.

  • WILLY JOY with Salva – Saturday, November 15th @ U Street Music Hall

    Willy Joy is proof that trap isn’t dead. With every new track he puts out, he manages to remind us all of why this genre became so popular in the first place. Big builds and even bigger drops are commonplace in all of his songs and remixes, but is still able to put his signature flair on each song. This show is guaranteed to one full of dancing and straight bangers.

  • JESSY LANZA with Caribou – Saturday, November 15th @ Black Cat

    Pairing silky, yet haunting, vocals with minimal electronic production, Jessy Lanza calls to mind the work of FKA Twigs and Jessie Ware. She stands out from the crowd with her ability to warp her voice and create songs that crescendo beautifully. Jessy Lanza makes music that you can dance to or simply chill out. Either way, you’re going to want to see this Hyperdub signee when she opens for Caribou.