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Tour news: Guns N' Roses, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Velocity Girl, Brutus, more

Plus: Sunn O))) offshoot Shoshin (初心) Duo, Olivia Rodrigo, Teenage Halloween, Tuscadero, Tinashe & Shygirl, Dead Leaf Echo, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Lyle Lovett, Phish and more tour and festival news.

DC's Black Cat celebrated 30 years with Velocity Girl, Ted Leo, Ex Hex, Gray Matter, Messthetics, more (pics)

The DC Club’s 30th anniversary weekend also featured sets from The Messthetics, Hammered Hulls, Flasher and more.

Watch Velocity Girl play their first show in 21 years (pics, video, setlist)

The shoegazey indie rock greats got back together to play DC club The Black Cat’s 30th anniversary, and they’re playing NYC later this month.

Velocity Girl add NYC reunion show

Velocity Girl are reuniting for DC venue the Black Cat’s 30th anniversary in September, and they’re making the most of their practices by adding a NYC show

Velocity Girl and Gray Matter reuniting for DC venue Black Cat's 30th anniversary

DC indie venue Black Cat is turning 30 this year, and their celebration also features Ted Leo, Ex Hex, Hammered Hulls, The Messthetics, Flasher and more.

Pitchfork names The 25 Best Indiepop Albums of the '90s

Pitchfork is wrapping up ‘90s Month with this list of twee and indiepop albums including Belle & Sebastian, The Vaselines, Magnetic Fields, Velocity Girl and more.

The 20 Best Shoegaze EPs of the early-'90s

The EP was the perfect format for the original shoegaze scene, allowing bands to stretch out…but not too much. Here are the best Extended Plays of the early ’90s era.

stream Foxhall Stacks' (Jawbox, Minor Threat, Velocity Girl, etc) debut album

Foxhall Stacks is Bill Barbot (Jawbox), Peter Moffett (Government Issue), Brian Baker (Minor Threat, Dag Nasty, Bad Religion), and Jim Spellman (Velocity Girl), and their very fun debut LP sees them making punky power pop…

famed DC punk recording studio Inner Ear broken into; valuable equipment stolen

Inner Ear’s client list reads like a history of DC punk and indie rock. “You just have to keep on going,” said studio founder Don Zientara.

Skip Groff, legendary DC punk producer and record store owner, dies at 70

”To say that that Dischord Records wouldn’t exist had it not been for Skip Groff isn’t really a stretch” – Dischord Records’ Ian MacKaye and Jeff Nelson.