The Duskwhales, Woodgrove

Fri February 1

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm



This event is all ages

Bluewreck - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Hailing from the outskirts of Washington D.C, is a Psychedelic Rock and Roll band called Bluewreck. Consisting of four friends from the area, Bluewreck started out by covering old blues songs. But soon realized they wanted to create something of their own. Now, they have two full-length albums under their belt and even more music on the way. Above all else, Bluewreck aims to provide sonic voodoo and some Psychedelic wizardry along the way.
The Duskwhales - (Set time: 8:15 PM)
The Duskwhales
The Duskwhales are an indie rock band of multi-instrumentalists hailing from Northern Virginia. They are comprised of Seth Flynn (vocals, guitar), Chris Baker (drums, vocals, guitar), and Brian Majewski (keyboards, drums, vocals). Longtime bassist Austin Mee left the band in May 2014 to pursue engineering at Virginia Tech. Currently, The Duskwhales are pressing forward as a trio, recording a new album and preparing for a summer tour. Their latest album Swim was released on Silver Seed Records. The Duskwhales also recently released their debut music video to accompany the LP's lead single and title track "Swim." Check it out in the link below!

The Duskwhales began in January 2010 and they have been tearing up the local music scene ever since. They have released two LPs and one EP: Swim (2014), Cutpurse (2012), and Martha, Martha (2013). The Duskwhales have performed at a variety of notable venues/events including Jammin Java, Epicure Cafe, Meridian, The Velvet Lounge, Untitled Music Festival 2014, Fest Too 2014, YouthFest 2012. They have shared the stage with acts Car Seat Headrest, Il Abanico, Marie Miller, Koji, The Ready Set, Teen Girl Scientist Monthly, Tiger Waves, and White Laces.
Woodgrove - (Set time: 7:30 PM)
Singing songs about ghosts and dead gods with a little too much poppy falsetto and nowhere near enough fuzz." That's how the Virginia-based band describes their sound. Loud and heavy, but with dynamic shifts that lead into a world of groove and ambiance. Woodgrove came into being, as did the genre ’Paxil Pop,’ after a long summer of introspection in 2016. After a number of solo shows, Virginia native Jared Hall (guitar/vox) was joined by Max (drums), Logan Leverett (guitar), and Jake Wentzel (bass) to move the band forward in a much heavier and all-encompassing direction. While Hall still plays solo shows with nothing but his suitcase drum, guitar, and voice, the full band has become the prime directive for the group. Focusing on a blend of ambience and groove, on polarizing songwriting and introspection, the four-piece welcomed the chaos that was 2017 by trying their best to play music as a coping mechanism.
Venue Information:
DC9 Nightclub
1940 9th St. NW
Washington, DC, 20001