Lavender: Goodbye Show

Lavender: Goodbye Show

DC9 Presents:

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Rachel Levitin

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DC9 Nightclub

1940 9th St NW

Washington, DC 20001

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with Rachel Levitin
  • Lavender


    Lavender is four friends, 25 pink flamingos, and a synthesizer named Dwayne making infection dream pop for lovers of Hippo Campus, Pale Waves, The 1975

    Two years in the making, Head In The Clouds is the natural follow-up to their college dorm room beginnings. The song showcases the maturation of their sound into a polished guitar-driven pop that feels equally at home on a mixtape for your adolescent crush or belted from onstage at one of their electric live shows.

  • Rachel Levitin


    Rachel Levitin is a Chicago born, DC based independent artist and producer best known for her original music, her work as an open mic host at Union Stage and Jammin’ Java, her time volunteering with ProjectHERA, and for her contributions to many other live music events throughout the DC metropolitan region. Her songwriting and musical style is powerful and authentic, drawing comparisons to the likes of Norah Jones, Sara Bareilles, and Rachael Yamagata.

    Music is Rachel's life-long companion and creative inspiration. She attended summer programs at the Interlochen Center for the Arts and Berklee College of Music during high school, has independently released a variety of recording projects spanning nearly two decades, and has garnered multiple performance opportunities at prestigious venues including DC’s Lincoln Theatre, Union Stage, and DC9, and New York City’s Feinstein’s 54 Below, Rockwood Music Hall, and Arlene’s Grocery.

    Rachel’s sound and expertise are well sought after as evidenced by her participation as a guest on The Kojo Nnamdi Show on DC’s 88.5 WAMU FM in early 2020 where her original song “Dreaming” was also played. Four more of her original songs including “Off My Mind," “Heavy," “Get Back Up,” and “Save Myself” were featured or debuted on Northern Virginia’s 96.7 WERA FM as well. And, in print, she was also featured in a 2018 edition of Arlington Magazine for her work on an original community preservation and digital docuseries called The IOTA Chair.

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