WAMU 88.5's Bandwidth.fm interviews the Baltimore/Stockholm duo Zomes about its beautiful and gently strange new album.
In the 1970s, the D.C. music scene was a place of great creativity. Clubs were plentiful, admission was cheap, and you never knew which surprise guest might stop by.
1432 R combines the broad tastes of its D.C. founders with a sound inspired by a country halfway around the globe.
We'll tour several local venues to check out the mementos music lovers may miss during live shows.
For musicians and music labels, cassette tapes are the cheapest way to make a physical album. They're also one of the fastest.
Thousands of people are heading to the largest metal festival of its kind this weekend.
A new generation of artists is pushing hip-hop from the fringes to the District's musical mainstream.
Our general manager talks about his vision and the future of WAMU. Watch the video here.
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