The District mainstay spins a “techno-adjacent” set at DC9 on Friday.

  • Perspective

The return of live music was the sweetest sound of the year, but it wasn’t the only high note.

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Some of the year’s best albums helped push time forward. Others made it blur.

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A bristling alienation can still be heard, but opening band Bed Maker delivered a stronger example.

  • Mark Jenkins
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  • Perspective

The Grammy-winning duo’s “. . . (Iphigenia)” opens Dec. 10 at the Kennedy Center.

The multi-Grammy-nominee performed with a full-bodied yearning.

  • Teta Alim
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“Blue” is the album that put her on the map. But “Court and Spark” is her masterpiece.

Berry Gordy's Motown record label became a form of diplomacy that crossed racial boundaries: “I felt that people were way more alike than different.”

He found music in everything, including the opening and closing of an umbrella over a ticking alarm clock.

  • Tim Page
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Undersung opera star Justino Díaz takes the spotlight at the Kennedy Center Honors.

The Brookland-based producer has put together a show at Rhizome this weekend.

  • Chris Kelly
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Tasha, Caroline Polachek, 100 Gecs and Lovelytheband perform this week.

  • Perspective

The “Get Back” documentary series is a slog that only one band could get away with.

  • Review

The 21-year-old rapper met his 9:30 Club audience exactly where they’re at. But where to go from here?

  • Chris Kelly
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The Washington-based band features the silky but strong voice of lead singer Shady Rose.

  • Mark Jenkins
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Director says he didn’t sanitize footage of the Beatles’ last project: “It’s more raw and honest.”

  • George Varga
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The online record store sells D.C. area artists exclusively. Is there a bricks-and-mortar version in its future?

Ana Roxanne, Jeff Rosenstock, Bob Dylan and Downhaul will perform.

A trombonist of virtuosic skill, he also won two Grammy Awards as a composer and arranger.

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