The District native is an activist, educator and youth advocate.

  • Briona Butler
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The former Pulp frontman is back with a new band, Jarv Is... and those three dots are important.

  • Zachary Lipez
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The 77-year-old musician is experiencing a resurgence as people do everything they can to stay chill during a tumultuous year.

  • Jonathan Williger
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Classical musicians, composers and institutions are using the pause in live music to start a conversation.

The Midland guys are all serial enthusiasts, completist nerds, catholic in their tastes and evangelical in their urge to share them.

  • Carlo Rotella
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The perfect site-specific musical accompaniments for walks in and around the District.

The Birchmere and Jammin Java will host their first shows since March, but clubs across the region are struggling because of the pandemic.

  • Perspective

New music from Black Fortune, DJ Nativesun, Too Much — and more.

The Post’s national arts reporter is hosting “Stuck With Geoff,” with whoever will take his calls.

  • Perspective

In 1983, I joined the Columbia Record & Tape Club. I remain a cassette-carrying member.

How rapper Drakeo the Ruler dropped an album from jail. The history of germ theory, and how the discovery of pathogens changed the way we live.

The Post’s national arts reporter is hosting “Stuck With Geoff,” with whoever will take his calls.

  • Review

In Alexandria, an outdoor test run for live chamber music offers an escape from the noise of the world.

In 3-minute blasts, the quartet charges through songs about personal and political anxieties.

  • Chris Kelly
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The Post’s national arts reporter is hosting “Stuck With Geoff,” with whoever will take his calls.

The entertaining documentary “The Beat Don’t Stop” airs on TV One this weekend.

The Glimmerglass favorite is named best new opera by the Music Critics Association of North America.

  • Review

Ian MacKaye, Amy Farina and Joe Lally team up for a debut album that is a worthy addition to its members’ legacies.

  • Lindsay Zoladz
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He’s gone from a roots-rock singer to one of music’s most in-demand session guitarists and producers. His new album, “Mutable Set,” serves notice of a profound songwriter, too.

  • Grayson Haver Currin
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The Post’s national arts reporter is hosting “Stuck With Geoff,” with whoever will take his calls.

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