Check out our latest Photo Diary entry to see photos featuring the Long Beach-based indie band Cold War Kids perform live at the 9:30 club in Washington DC.
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Last week, Los Angeles-based band Local Natives performed at the 9:30 club alongside Superhumanoids, who opened the evening with a live, energetic performance. Meets Obsession was there to catch all the on-stage action in our latest Photo Diary. Standout Tracks from Setlist Breakers | Wide Eyes | World News Photos by Mariah Miranda
If you’ve seen a TV ad for Internet Explorer 9 in the last several months, then you’ve probably heard the soulful vocals of British singer/songwriter Alex Clare, whose song “Too Close” recently gained international fame. Since the IE 9 ad debuted in March, Clare’s dubstep-infused song has reached No. 1 (continued…)
[spacer size="10"]If you don’t have plans yet, be sure to head over to the 9:30 club on Thursday evening to see Grammy nominated recording artist Matisyahu. The Jewish Rap/Reggae artist will be performing in DC for one evening for his sixth annual “Festival of Light tour.” This year’s “Festival of Light” will (continued…)
Vermont-based rock band Grace Potter and the Nocturnals performed this weekend in Washington D.C. at the 9:30 Club. Performing four consecutive nights in D.C., the band’s performance was part of their “Grace Potter & The Nocturnals Roar Tour,” an effort to promote their June-released album “The Lion the Beast the (continued…)
The electro-pop songstress known as Lights stopped by the 9:30 Club Sunday evening to perform for a nearly sold out, dance-hungry audience. After the opening band Arkell played a full set, the crowd went crazy once Lights took the stage. Dressed in high-waisted short shorts, combat boots and a black (continued…)
As part of their east coast tour, New York-based rock band Taking Back Sunday made a detour at the 9:30 club. Transit and Bayside opened for the band preparing the audience for the Taking Back Sunday set. Comprised of Anthony Raneri (vocals/rhythm guitar), Nick Ghanbarian (bass), Jack O’Shea (lead guitar) (continued…)
The talented yet implausibly modest men of the All-American Rejects have traveled endless bounds in depth and delivery since their simple days of adolescence in Stillwater, Oklahoma. On Sunday night at the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C., the Rejects showed their tremendously electrifying command of persona to a completely full (continued…)
Last weekend, Meets Obsession was there to see 1980′s alternative rock band They Might Be Giants play to a sold out crowd at the 9:30 Club. The 5-member band, currently comprised of John Flansburgh, John Linnell, Marty Beller, Dan Miller, and Danny Weinkauf, was originally founded in New York in (continued…)
In today’s fast-paced, digital landscape, bands come and go like clockwork. Even the bands that stay for the long haul often suffer line-up changes, label shuffling, and musical reshaping that distort their original image and sound that had propelled them to fame. It’s rare to see a band stay in (continued…)
Brooklyn-based rockers Clap Your Hands Say Yeah recently ended a four-year hiatus and graced the stage of local venue 9:30 Club this past week. Over the years, band mates have been busy recording and touring with other artists, leaving fans in limbo. Recently Clap Your Hands Say Yeah released their (continued…)
This weekend Meets Obsession caught the theatrical performance of talented guitarist Brian Carroll, a.k.a. Buckethead, at 9:30 Club in Washington D.C. Check out our concert photos that were captured by Meets Obsession photographer Joshua Feldman during Buckethead’s live show.