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Hip-Hop, Hardcore, and Stevie Nicks

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  • Friday, March 6: The music of The Foreign Exchange is best described as "pretty" underground hip hop music, with their jazzy piano samples, soulful lady vocals and romantic lyrics. Yazarah, Darien Brockington, Zo! and The Ells open. $18, The Black Cat. [Black Cat]
  • Saturday, March 7: Quirky folk rocker Kimya Dawson of Moldy Peaches/The Juno Song fame, plays the Black Cat tonight. Does anyone know if she still wears her rabbit costume on stage? [Black Cat]
  • Saturday, March 7: Steve Aoki is not only the founder of LA-based Dim Mak Records (MSTRKRFT, Shit Disco, Klaxons), but also a most excellent DJ and party planner, and he's bringing his bad self to DC's Ibiza. Nadastrom and Gavin Holland open. Get on the guest list here. [Ibiza]
  • Tuesday, March 10: Bust out your peasant shirts and crushed velvet skirts: Fleetwood Mac is in town! They're on their "Unleashed" tour, playing all the greatest of the greats. [Verizon Center]
  • Wednesday, March 11: DC's hardcore scene has sort of been lacking since the days of Fugazi, so it'll be nice to have Seattle's These Arms Are Snakes tonight at the Rock and Roll Hotel. [Rock and Roll Hotel]
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