Drop the Pop Sneak Preview: Interview with Kim Petras

By Eric Harkleroad and Sabrina Li

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Kim Petras, the German-born singer behind hyper-pop hits “Heart to Break” and “I Don’t Want It at All,” is coming to the DMV on Nov. 20. We sat down with her and talked pop music, dream collaborations and memorable tour moments. To hear our fun-filled interview with her in full, be sure to tune in to Drop the Pop tonight at 5:20 p.m.


By Alquan Brooks
We Cope to Music

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L.A. Salami, a Slow Evening, and a Campfire

Madeline Redding
Subject to Change

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I adore L.A. Salami. The 32-year-old English artist first won me over in his most recent single “We’ll Solve it After”, which prompted me into a long Salami binge. Here are my initial reactions to this artist.

Lunar Vacation Warms up the Indie Scene with Pool Rock

By Emily Williams
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Review: Jay Som @ Rock and Roll Hotel, October 31, 2019

Oliver Pinnell plays guitar, Melina Duterte sings and plays guitar, Maxine Garcia plays guitar and Dylan Allard plays bass at the Rock and Roll Hotel in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Camryn DeLuca)

On a chilly rainy night before Halloween, throngs of people in Washington, D.C. watched the Nationals play in game seven of the World Series.

November Picks For All Your Indie, Autumnal Feels

Emily Williams
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This week I am doing something a bit different. I have compiled a list of my top five favorite songs at the moment for you to add to your queue. Hope you enjoy!

1. OUTTA MY MIND by Monsune

Chapel’s Got Soul

By Emily Williams
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Lose You To Love Me

By Alquan Brooks
We Cope to Music

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Saint Agnes brings Horror, Fright, and Rock to your Halloweekend

By Madeline Redding
Subject to Change

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If you don’t have anything by Saint Agnes on your Halloweekend playlist, you’re making a disastrous mistake. Here’s why…

My Ten Minutes with Mason Ramsey

By Scott Martin

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I was sitting on the porch of an old wooden house that appeared to be in the middle of nowhere. Stretched out before me was a desert so devoid of life, not even a cactus dared to grow. I felt my stomach collapse and my heart began to pound. I was falling, and falling fast. Out of the desert came a voice. “Come find me.” I woke up in a cold sweat. This was Monday morning.