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The genius of André Allen Anjos lies in his ability to “make it new,” to quote Ezra Pound. Known as RAC (Remix Artist Collective), Anjos has gained attention in the past couple of years for his synth-y, sometimes makes-you-wanna-shout, sometimes makes-you-wanna-sigh, but mostly makes-you-wanna-dance takes on indie and alternative tunes that are often popular in their own rite. Fans of Phoenix will appreciate his quicker-tempo “Armistice,” with a chorus preceded by Phil Collins-esque drum beats and punctuated by sliding scales on the synthesizer; in RAC’s retelling, Tegan & Sara’s already angsty “Back in Your Head” sounds like quadruplets rocking out rather than twins. Read more >>> RAC performs with Big Data, Filous, and Pink Feathers at 7 p.m. at 9:30 Club, 815 V St. NW. $35. (202) 265-0930. 930.com. (Andrew Giambrone)

EAT THIS

The Red Hen co-owner and beverage director Sebastian Zutant is finally ready to release the rosé cider he produced with Virginia’s Castle Hill cidery. To make the beverage, Zutant used the lees from a rosé he co-produced last spring with Virginia Wineworks and aged it with apple cider in an underground clay vessel. In honor of the cider’s debut, the Bloomingdale restaurant is offering a glass paired with a foie gras triangular sandwich with sour cherry preserves and toasted hazelnuts for $15 (available today only). The rosé cider itself will go for $13 a glass. Read more on Young & Hungry. The Red Hen, 1822 1st St. NW. (202) 525-3021. theredhendc.com. (Jessica Sidman)

OH AND ALSO

Sweet-voiced Texas songwriter Kat Edmonson performs at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue’s intimate Downstairs venue with New York-based singer Milton. 8 p.m. at 600 I St. NW. $22–$25.

Moving Units, one of the early groups to fuse dance music and indie rock, may have changed its lineup in the years since its formation but its poppy tracks remain as danceable as ever. The group performs at the Black Cat Backstage tonight with the Milestones. 7:30 p.m. at 1811 14th St. NW. $13.

Americana artist Stephen Kellogg headlines at the Hamilton with opening act Miranda Mullholland, a vocalist and violinist with Great Lake Swimmers. 7:30 p.m. at 600 14th St. NW. $20–$25.

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