U Street Music Hall’s recent foray into booking shows at the wonderfully intimate Ten Tigers Parlour has thus far seen successful nights with Dennis Ferrer, Ben UFO, Jeremy Olander, and this run of talent continues Saturday with the Washington, DC debut of Icelandic techno giant, Bjarki. Born Bjarki Runar Sigurdarson, the DJ/Producer has been quite prolific in the last 18 months, releasing 3 full-length LPs on Nina Kraviz’ label, трип

Crystal Castles have always been known for their visceral and chaotic live performances that showcased their unique mix of harsh electronics with a no-fucks-given, punk sensibility. The glitch meets rave meets industrial instrumentals concocted by founding member, Ethan Kath, were intended by the band “to weed out the wimps and to annoy the posers.” But without the intensely impassioned vocal contributions and immense presence from former front woman, Alice Glass,

This Thursday, October 5th, your favorite neighborhood bar is hosting your favorite DJ’s favorite DJ. That’s right, Ben UFO, one of the founders of the renowned Hessle Audio record label, is stopping in Washington, DC again for an intimate night at Ten Tigers Parlour. The show is presented by our good friends at U Street Music Hall, which will be the first time the club is presenting an artist at

Today’s newest grime goodness comes to you in the form of “Milk and Biscuits” via Joe Powers aka Proc Fiskal, the newest Hyperdub Records signee, hailing from Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh. This is one of the cuts off his debut EP, The Highland Mob, out yesterday digitally and on vinyl, and is an absolute belter. The track starts off with a spoken word sample asking us if we would like

Lydia Kitto is a rising producer and vocalist from Essex, United Kingdom who specializes in combining her soulful voice with free flowing and polished electronic instrumentals. Her latest single, “Ride,” is an intoxicating blend of soul, disco, jazz, and house that takes cues from artists like Floating Points and Four Tet. The track first lulls you in with plaintive jazz keys followed by a woozy bassline that keeps the song grooving