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  • No Trivia's Year in Music: The top 50 singles and 50 albums of 2014

    No Trivia's Year in Music: The top 50 singles and 50 albums of 2014
    News flash everybody: Lists are fucking awesome. They get a bad rep these days, because they're cranked out willy-nilly with no thought or energy put into them, but blame that on the lazy wet sandwiches generating content for the internet, not on lists themselves. The secret, of course, is that lists have always been the bread and butter of publishing and they're fucking fun, so just relax. Did you read City Paper's Top 10 issue? You should, it's great.
  • Super City, Mammoth Indigo, Flack, DJ Bohfunk, and more

    WEDNESDAY: New local indie-folk band Super City opens for New York's Ken South Rock at Club K. Cosby Sweater plays the 8x10, while Electric Grandmother, a Washington band also named after '80s TV kitsch (the 1982 TV movie), performs at the Sidebar with...

    Brett Dennen, Pontiak, Roomrunner, and more

    WEDNESDAY: John Rose and Ron Sexton play jazz at Joe Squared. California folk singer Brett Dennen headlines the 9:30 Club in Washington. THURSDAY: Virginia band of brothers Pontiak, previously based in Baltimore, plays the Ottobar in support of its...

    Album review: The Gifted, by Wale

    Wale's third major label album, The Gifted, is a miracle, in that Wale has a third major label album. It's rare enough for anyone in mainstream hip-hop to reach that milestone these days, especially if they get off to as rough a start as Wale did. In...

    Album Review: Stay Trippy, by Juicy J, and Age Against The Machine, by Goodie Mob

    It's hard out here for Southern hip-hop's '90s pioneers. If your name isn't Scarface or Andre 3000, you'll probably never be given your proper respect by the genre's gatekeepers and historians. And while there are always new dirty south stars who'll...