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Kathryn DeFrank
Kathryn DeFrank
Kathryn DeFrank is a traveling filmmaker and photographer based in Richmond Virginia who focuses in coverage of music culture and its influence and importance on the East Coast. Find her work at kathryndefrank.com.


Acid Ghost makes New York City debut with a moody show at Baby’s All Right

Acid Ghost is the brain child of San Francisco artist Ace Barcelon, who rounded up a group of fellow musicians and friends to perform. His show at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn, NYC is the east coast debut of Acid Ghost. Continue Reading

3 years ago

On the road and behind the scenes of the Mermaid Gang Tour with Peter $un, Felly, Tut and Gypsy Burns

Peter $un joined Felly’s Mermaid Gang Tour for three dates in the south bringing with him a small team, including me to capture his journey. The three days began with a show in Virginia Beach. While several people warned Felly against performing at the beach in winter the nights turn out of adoring fans would suggest otherwise. Continue Reading

3 years ago

A$AP Ferg leads a showcase of A$AP Mob’s talent in Richmond on the Turnt & Burnt Tour

On November 22nd, A$AP Ferg brought the Turnt & Burnt Tour to Richmond, Virginia along with openers Rob $tone, Marty Baller, and Playboi Carti. Continue Reading

3 years ago

DIIV take requests, play covers and chat with fans at intimate Richmond, Virginia show

On November 16, New York City favorites DIIV graced Richmond’s Capital Ale House for a magically intimate set. The band, fronted by Zachary Cole Smith, is currently promoting its second studio album, Is the Is Are. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Beach House close out year of touring with dreamy show at The Jefferson in Charlottesville

Baltimore babes Beach House played a sold out show at The Jefferson in Charlottesville, VA on November 2 to an eager crowd. With no opening band, the memorizing sounds of the beach-wave era duo were the only things anyone could focus on, and it did not disappoint. Continue Reading

3 years ago

A glimpse into the Richmond rap scene with Peter $un, DJ Gringo and AR Tae

Some of the stars of Richmond’s rap community came together on October 27 for a collaborative show, including the freshly off tour Peter $un, as well as DJ Gringo and AR Tae. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Retro-rockers Catfish and the Bottlemen Sell Out DC’s 9:30 Club

British indie-rock darlings Catfish and the Bottlemen stopped by the 9:30 Club in Washington DC on September 22 to captivate a sold-out crowd. Touring in support of their second studio album, The Ride, the quartet channeled fellow Brits like the Arctic Monkeys and The Kooks. Continue Reading

3 years ago
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