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New Joe Lally CD/LP+MP3 Out April 26


The new Joe Lally (Fugazi) album, Why Should I Get Used To It will be released on April 26 on Dischord Records in conjunction with Tolotta Records. This album was recorded in Rome, Italy, where Joe now lives, and features extensive contributions from his tour-mates, Elisa Abela and Emanuele Tomasi. Joe just wrapped up several weeks of European tour dates and will continue to tour throughout 2011.

New 7" from drummer Andrew Black


We've got the latest release from D.C.-bred drummer Andrew Black, "Mozart Place." The A-side features plenty of go-go flavor, "Mozart Place" combines the kit, congas, tambourine and cowbell in a blend that pays homage to the genre, which, like Black, was born in and around the District. The track is backed with another instrumental, "Arpeggiator 2.0," which includes a live drum track over a sample of Fugazi's "Arpeggiator."

Title Tracks European Tour; New LP on the Way!


Title Tracks, featuring John Davis of Q and Not U, are about to head out on a European tour in support of the band's second full-length, In Blank, due out next month.

Additionally, the CD EP from the Elusive, the short-lived D.C.-area band that precluded Q and Not U, has been digitally reissued and can be heard and purchased here.

John Davis and Chris Richards were members of this quintet from 1997-98. They played only a handful of shows and recorded this EP, Sometimes Sounds Collapse, which was released on Davis' label, Shute Records. John and Chris formed Q and Not U following the break-up.

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Photo: Eamonn Aiken

Fugazi "INSTRUMENT" Screening at MOMA in NYC March 4th & 5th


The Fugazi film INSTRUMENT will be screened at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC on Friday March 4th and Saturday March 5th. Filmmaker Jem Cohen and Fugazi member Guy Picciotto will be in attendance at the 7pm screening on Friday and will hold a Q&A after the film.

Friday night is the museum’s free night, so film tickets are also free from 4pm on; however, the museum will have long lines! INSTRUMENT screens again on March 5 at 4pm but regular museum admission rates apply.

Fugazi Live Series CDs Winding Down


The Fugazi Live Series is in its final pressing of physical CDs and many of the 30 show recordings are already out of print. The CDs that are still available are listed on the Stuff We Sell page (at the bottom). All the shows will continue be available to download and a much more extensive Fugazi Live Archive is currently in the works.

Story Stereo w/ The Caribbean on Friday March 4


Story/Stereo kicks off its spring schedule on March 4th at the Writer's Center in Bethesda, Maryland with readings from Matthew Pitt (Attention Please Now) and James Allen Hannaham (God Says No) and a musical performance by The Caribbean, celebrating the release of Discontinued Perfume.
This is a free event. Program Begins at 8:00 PM. The Writer’s Center is located on the Red Line at 4508 Walsh Street, Bethesda, MD.

Now In: Office of Future Plans, Chain & The Gang, Skull Defekts (UPDATED)


We've got three FOUR new releases that we are carrying from three FOUR members of the extended Dischord fraternity: J. Robbins' (Jawbox) new band Office of Future Plans has just released a fine new single (limited to 500); Ian Svenonius (Nation of Ulysses, Make-Up) has released a new album, Music's Not for Everyone from his new band, Chain & the Gang; Dan Higgs has joined Sweden's Skull Defekts on their new album, Peer Amid; And finally, Harris Klahr (ex-Q And Not U) has a new single from his new band, Clear Band.

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