Some Indie Rock Band is Playing Somewhere

Friday
* Band of Horses @ 9:30 Club, "If an apocalyptic future isn't exactly what you're in the mood for, try on Seattle's dream folk rockers, Band of Horses, for size instead. They're playing the 9:30 Club with The Drones. You can see how we felt about them last year and revisit DCist Graham's very first review on our site here." $20, 7PM. [DCist]


* Lavender Diamond @ the Black Cat, "Finding a place for dinner and dancing -- especially in the style of supper clubs seen in old Astaire-and-Rogers films, where you could swing from your table onto the dance floor as the orchestra played -- is a bit of a challenge in the Washington area. But if you're looking for old-fashioned romance and entertainment, try the new Carlyle Club in Alexandria, where the sounds of the swing era play in an atmosphere unlike anything else on the night-life scene." $25, 7:30PM. [WP]

Saturday

* Aramis y su Orquestra Ashe @ the Kennedy Center, "Our band is big and very ambitious, and we perform acoustic musical performance. Our large size is a reflection of the older big Latin bands, such as Beny More, that originated in the early part of the century. Although we appeal to young popular audiences, we celebrate the traditions that are nostalgic for older audiences as well; our music is made for everyone that loves to dance!" Free, 6PM. [Tumbao Music]

* Maria Taylor @ the Rock and Roll Hotel, "a voice as smooth and sweet as honey spinning marvelous, insightful tales of the world around us with much aplomb. As far as we're concerned, that's certainly something worth falling for." [Rock and Roll Hotel]

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