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Take a Listen to K A G's Powerful & Compelling Debut EP

K A G is the solo project of Katie Alice Greer, the incisive frontwoman of D.C. post-punk outfit Priests. Her album, EP A, encompasses four tracks that are disposed to lo-fi aesthetics, sonically hovering around industrial and experimental dance tunes. Though the sound is a departure from Greer’s work with Priests, K A G is an exciting batch of material that feels as precarious as it is powerful and compelling. The EP is available in digital formats online and cassettes via Priests’ label Sister Polygon Records. - Josh Kelly

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Night Idea Make a Visit to Audiotree Live + Performing at The Camel Oct. 27

Richmond, VA math-rockers Night Idea recently shared their visit to Audiotree Live. The session consisted of two tracks from their latest album Breathing Cold ("Silver Understanding" & "Wild"), as well as a couple of previously unreleased songs ("Canopy" & "The Arc"), and you can view it in full below. Night Idea will also be performing next in Richmond on Thursday, October 27 at The Camel.

Alt-rockers The Effects, to play DC9 10/14

With fuzzy basslines, bold vocals, and a classic, guitar-driven sound, DC-based The Effects deliver angular alt rock with indie rock vibes. Anthemic, and instantly catchy, the trio's sound is aggressive but melodic and immediately accesible without being boring. You can check out the band playing DC9 10/14 with Cinemechanica, but in the meantime stream them below.-Olivia Sisinni

 

Baltimore's Multicult delivers chaotic noise rock to the Windup Space 10/28

With driving, meaty licks and visceral vocal performances, Baltimore-based Multicult is all you could ever want out of your local noise rock band. Their latest release, Position Remote, is sludgey and wild, but surprisingly still lays down serious thrash-y grooves that are easy to get lost in. Stream Multicult below, and be sure to check them out at the Windup Space 10/28 with Puerto Rico Flowers and the Holy Circle.-Olivia Sisinni

 

Luray brings ambient-banjo-indie to Hardywood Craft Brewery 10/14

Ambient, banjo-lead indie rock is a descriptor that's sure to turn heads, but Luray, a band who fails to fit neatly into the hard lines of "alt-folk," really does encompass all of those elements. Pairing synths with traditional folk, the Richmond VA-based group gives bluegrass/americana a fresh face, successfully blending old with new. Listen to Luray streaming below, and check them out at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery with Camp Howard and Mikrowaves on 10/14.-Olivia Sisinni

 

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