Professor Goldstein

Professor Goldstein

DC9 Presents:
ALL AGES

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$15

Performers

Professor Goldstein

Spring Silver, The Neckbeards, Sheila

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DC9 Nightclub

1940 9th St NW

Washington, DC 20001

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No Refunds

with Spring Silver, The Neckbeards, Sheila

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  • Professor Goldstein

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    While writing, conversing, or simply daydreaming, we tend to start at a personal avenue that we identify with and expand our horizons into an atlas from there. With a combination of ADHD and a ton of starting points I, Professor Goldstein, attempt to convey the many roads my songs are willing to travel.

    My band (The Adjuncts) and I plan to release our new single "Less Force, More Finesse" on October 17th, 2021.

    While I fronted party bands in college, we played at some venues that were much less than safe and run by predators. I tried to capture, reclaim, and parody these aesthetics in "Less Force, More Finesse" with blistering vocals and chaotic, Jawbox-esque riffs. Keep abusers out of the scene. Make it safe for everyone. We're excited to celebrate this release with you on November, 19th at DC9!

    Professor Goldstein
  • Spring Silver

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    "For Nkanza, the creation of culture and the search for self appear to be tightly intertwined. The lustrous new Spring Silver album, “I Could Get Used to This,” sounds like it was made by someone who grew up minding the tweaky electronic details of the Warp Records catalogue and the melody-saturated guitar riffs of post-hardcore heroes Jawbox and Shudder to Think." - The Washington Post

    Spring Silver
  • The Neckbeards

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    The Neckbeards were formed circa 2012 by members of Crash 57 (RIP) Nat Leek and Tommie Summerville. Shortly after they were joined by Jeb Hiatt to form Baltimore’s favorite emo punk trio. Too pop to be emo, too emo to be pop.

    The Neckbeards
  • Sheila

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    Sheila is proving that the revolution can come in the form of a heady dance rock party filled with crunchy guitars, infectious nostalgic punk and emo power chords, and soaring eclectic, avant-garde RnB vocal grooves that celebrate who we are, where we’ve been, and where we’re going. The trio excels at bringing that fun, heightened, breathless, effervescent aspect of pop-punk into the realm of intentional social critique, where art reflects pop culture reflects life and the melodic breakdowns are heavy.

    Sheila

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