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Bonus Bandwidth session!

Here’s a session we taped with Sallie Ford (sallieford), previously of Sallie Ford and The Sound Outside, before her former band split up.

This is “You’re On My Mind.” Watch her perform “Roll Around" on our YouTube Channel. [Subscribe]

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Jess Williamson, live for WAMU 88.5’s Bandwidth in Echo Park

Watch both videos here

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Presenting… Amen Dunes live at Bandwidth’s Wilderness Bureau

Watch both videos (“I Know Myself” and “Lonely Richard”) at bandwidth.fm.

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Watch the fiery D.C. punk band Priests play “Doctor” for WAMU’s Bandwidth and read the Washington City Paper cover story (yes, written by your beloved Tumblr host). 

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Rising D.C. punk band Priests, live at the Wilderness Bureau

Photos by Maggie Famiglietti

Videos on bandwidth.fm.

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The darling Frankie Cosmos and band stopped by Bandwidth’s Wilderness Bureau to play two songs and dine on birthday cake. 

Watch “Birthday Party” above and “On the Lips” at bandwidth.fm.

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Los Master Plus, Mexico-based YouTube stars, play Artisphere this Friday.
Hear them and skim the rest of our critic’s picks on bandwidth.fm.

Dudes are coming through the Wilderness Bureau for a session this weekend, stay tuned! 

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Los Master Plus, Mexico-based YouTube stars, play Artisphere this Friday.

Hear them and skim the rest of our critic’s picks on bandwidth.fm.

Dudes are coming through the Wilderness Bureau for a session this weekend, stay tuned! 

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Presenting…Typefighter live in the WAMU 88.5 studio!

The release of its 2013 single, “Much,” signaled Typefighter’s transition [from indie-folk band to fist-pumping rock troupe]—loudly. The track was a power-pop zinger, and one of the catchiest rock songs to come out of D.C. all year.

So of course, when the quartet stopped by WAMU’s studios to play two songs from “The End Of Everything,” “Much” was at the top of our request list. They gave us exactly what we wanted—then followed that great single with a high-energy take on “You When You’re Older.”

Both songs were a blast to hear in the studio, and today, we share both with you. Enjoy.

Watch both videos at bandwidth.fm.

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Merge Records artists Vertical Scratchers are somewhat new on the scene, but their members have been at it for some time. The California-based duo is comprised of John Schmersal–who spent time in Brainiac, Enon, Crooks on Tape, Caribou & Crooks on Tape–and Christian Beaulieu, of Triclops! & Anywhere.

Their songs are punk-quick shots of infectious pop goodness, and we were excited to host them at the Bureau. Check out this quick sampling of the band as they perform “Turn Me Out”, and “These Plains” from their debut album, Daughter of Everything.”

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