ATLiens Touch Down in College Park: EARTHGANG's "Welcome to Mirrorland" Tour

By Alexya Brown


Hailing from Atlanta with connections to the cosmos, EARTHGANG is scheduled to land on Thursday, October 17 at Milkboy Arthouse for the Welcome to Mirrorland Tour. Merging hip-hop, funk, and images of a freaky, shiny, and beautiful Black future, EARTHGANG is a can’t-miss performance.

Saint Sister Made Me Cry in a Bagel Shop

By Madeline Redding
Subject to Change

image via Twitter

As I was looking for an artist to write about for this week, I was immediately attracted to a video of two women with a giant harp. I immediately dove through all their music. Saint Sister is the latest gem gifted to us from the Irish music scene, blending Irish folk with a modern electronic sound.

Truth Is ...

We Cope to Music
By Alquan Brooks

image via upcoming 100

Dubbed “Sensual Goddess” by her fans, Sabrina Claudio blessed the world with her latest album “Truth Is,” and the truth is she didn’t come to play. Her sultry sound and powerhouse vocals make a comeback on her 11-track album that continues to bring ecstasy to her fan’s hearts.

The Garden Shatters Boundaries with “Vada Vada”

By Emily Williams
Add it to the Queue

image via NMA

A Warm Day with Your New Friend MyKey

Subject to Change
By Madeline Redding

image via facebook

Folk is a rough genre for me, I don’t always feel a connection to the music. Despite this, I need to thank the Lord above for the person who recommended MyKey to me.

Kero Kero Bonito Makes it Across the Pond to D.C. this Tuesday

By Maura Beste

photo via MTV

John Coltrane (post) birthday celebration on Mirrors in the Morning Saturday 9/28!

Join Mirrors in the Morning  9am this Saturday 9/28 as we celebrate John Coltrane's 93rd Birthday (He was born 9/23 but birthdays should last all week!). We'll do a deep dive on some of Coltrane's lesser known later works, live performances,  and listen to two rare interviews from his later era. 

Review: Mannequin Pussy (+ Destroy Boys, Ellis) @ DC9 September 17th, 2019

by Maddi Rihn


Last week I boarded the train, walked, and arrived at DC9 Nightclub on what felt like the very cusp of fall. I felt the uncertainty in which the wind and sun act on days in early September - cool, then hot, then cool again. Perhaps a good metaphor for the feelings that Mannequin Pussy’s newest album, Patience, invoked in their listeners this past June (and, especially for me, all summer).

Cautious Clay Treats Me Right

Subject to Change
By Madeline Redding


I’ve never heard anything from Cautious Clay before finding his new single, Erase, on my Spotify radar, so here’s how I feel after deep-diving through all his music…

The Holy Circle Interview this Saturday 9/21 on Mirrors in the Morning 9 am

Baltimore dark pop trio The Holy Circle comes to WMUC to play records and talk about their fantastic EP, "Sick With Love" this Saturday on Mirrors in the morning at 9AM EST