Annie Lennox beguiled us in the MTV age. Now she calms us down online.
Nearly 40 years after Eurythmics hit it big with “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This),” the singer keeps her chin up in a world of anxieties.
Pretty Bitter draws inspiration from the music of movies and TV
The band will perform at Comet Ping Pong on July 1 and Pie Shop on July 3.
NSO throws John Williams a birthday bash fit for the big screen
Steven Spielberg, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Daisy Ridley, Yo-Yo Ma, Jackie Joyner-Kersee and a full house turn out to celebrate the storied composer at 90.
For Nikhil Rao and Bottled Up, making music is finding relief
The D.C.-born band will perform at Comet Ping Pong on June 25.
3 concerts to catch in the D.C. area over the next several days
Machine Gun Kelly, Corinne Bailey Rae and Purity Ring perform.
Beyoncé’s ‘Break My Soul’ wants you to move your body
The first single from her forthcoming album, “Renaissance,” is here.
On his surprising new dance album, Drake steps on his own feet
“Honestly, Nevermind” is a welcome change of pace for the ubiquitous superstar, but it ultimately feels more careless than carefree.
NSO takes on Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and the racket of the audience
Pianist Stewart Goodyear and guest conductor Kazuki Yamada joined the orchestra for a night plagued by disruptions.
Pusha T could rap forever, but only on his terms
At an age when most rappers drop off, Pusha T has figured out how to stay consistently at the top of his game.
The music of John Williams is more than just Hollywood movie scores
The 90-year-old composer is being honored June 23 at the Kennedy Center with a National Symphony Orchestra birthday bash featuring Yo-Yo Ma, Steven Spielberg and Anne-Sophie Mutter.
Japanese Breakfast’s ethereal pop cools a humid night at Wolf Trap
During the band’s charming but uneven set at Wolf Trap on Wednesday evening, Zauner’s singing and dancing were mesmerizing.
Something in the Water hints at something in the air
Pharrell’s big music festival lands in D.C. this weekend, asking a tacit question: Is music shaped by where we are on the planet?
Six acts you shouldn’t miss at Something in the Water
Pharrell Williams brings his three-day music festival to downtown D.C. over Juneteenth weekend.
Flasher reimagines its approach but keeps its punk spirit
The band has a record release party at Comet Ping Pong on June 17.
4 concerts to catch in the D.C. area over the next several days
Umi, Ambar Lucid, Anteloper and Arlie perform.
Julee Cruise’s voice floated out of ‘Twin Peaks’ and into reality
The late singer’s dreamlike music feels inextricable from David Lynch’s vision. Can we hear it on its own terms?
Phoebe Bridgers makes being sad feel okay
At the first of two sold-out shows at the Anthem in D.C., the 27-year-old rising star faced the void with jokes and solidarity with her faithful fans.
Aldous Harding takes audience on a stirring quest for unexpected tones
New Zealand singer Aldous Harding performed songs from her album “Warm Chris” for a capacity crowd at D.C.'s Miracle Theatre.
At the Kennedy Center, Hancock’s well-worn tricks still surprise
The pianist kicked off his tour and gave funky, experimental character to jazz standards and his own tunes alike.
Home Rule Music Festival keeps the spirit of Black Fire Records alive
The June 11 event will feature jazz and go-go music and end with a screening of a documentary about the venerable D.C.-based label.