Hill Center Concert Series Features Redline Graffiti

pic courtesy of Redline Graffiti
pic courtesy of Redline Graffiti

District Sounds, hosted by Washington Post pop music critic Chris Richards, features conversation and concert with Redline Graffiti.  Think garage rock mixed with electronica and R&B.

Named for a stretch of graffiti art that runs along Washington’s oldest public train line, the quartet’s sound has been described by reviewers as “somewhere between Passion Pit and Frank Ocean” (Blisspop), “electro-rock newcomers” (Dave Malitz, Washington Post), and “very cinematic sounding” (Alexis Hauk, Washingtonian).  Judge for yourself: listen to their new EP here.

Richards has been hosting these concert/conversation evenings for several months now.  To learn more about what Richards hopes to accomplish, watch a clip from WETA here.

Tickets are $10/advance, $15/day of. Conversation at 7 p.m. Performance at 7:30 p.m on Friday, May 9.
The Hill Center: 921 Pennsylvania Ave SE

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