Concert Preview: Bass Drum of Death and Hanni El Khatib

Bass Drum of Death, hailing from Oxford, Mississippi, and California performer Hanni El Khatib, will be playing a show at the Rock & Roll Hotel on Oct. 13, an event that will satisfy any music aficionado’s cravings for… Read More

Photos: Students perform in WGTB’s Battle of the Bands

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Remix Your Weekend: Today is the International Sweater Vestival

I’ve got some special stuff for you this week. Alt-J, who just released their first album An Awesome Wave made major waves (pun intended), recently dropped a single, “Buffalo,” and it sounds exactly the same as their other… Read More

Remix Your Weekend: The Monster Mash

Halloween lands smack in the middle of the week, so we obviously have to celebrate it both weekends, right? That means twice as many costumes as past years…good thing I just got my 12-variety-pack of mustaches in the… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Where to get your groove on

Who says D.C. isn’t good for music? Sure, you can’t find a club on every corner, and for the most part you’ll have to venture pretty far outside that damn “bubble” everybody’s always talking about to get there,… Read More

Concert Calendar: Best Coast comes to Georgetown

WGTB presents Best Coast Saturday, November 20, Bulldog Alley ($5), doors at 8:30 p.m. The Los Angeles band Best Coast released its debut album Crazy For You in July. This beach-pop concert will make you temporarily forget the… Read More

Closing the Pub: Georgetown’s all-time worst idea

Georgetown has spoken. (Er … voted.) Closing Georgetown’s once-upon-a-time, on-campus bar, the Pub, was the worst idea the University has had. Ever! “Revising the alcohol policy” and “selling WGTB’s radio license” finished in second and third place, respectively…. Read More

The Worst Idea Georgetown’s Ever Had: Property edition

This week’s “Worst Idea” covers two of Georgetown’s silliest property-related decisions: building Lauinger Library as a brutalist interpretation of Healy Hall, and selling WGTB’s radio license. We’ll keep the polls open for your votes until next week, when… Read More