Arman Cekin at U Street Music Hall March 24
Learn more about Arman Cekin before his show on Friday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Becoming synonymous with killer melodies and riveting atmospheres within two years’ time might seem like some kind of fairytale. But to Arman Cekin, this is a real as it gets. Rising as one of the most musically gifted artists to have broken onto the electronic music scene in the past decade, the

WRLD and smle at U Street Music Hall March 15
Learn more about WRLD & smle before their show on Wednesday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Don’t let electronic music artist WRLD‘s youthful demeanor fool you for one second. Also known as David Lawson, WRLD produces with the musical versatility of a seasoned veteran, skillfully merging electronic with dance and pop. He kicked off a fruitful partnership with label Monstercat with successful singles “Triumph,” “You & Me” with

Barclay Crenshaw at U Street Music Hall February 18
Learn more about Barclay Crenshaw before his show on Saturday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Channeling a love affair with classic ’90s hip-hop, an affinity for otherworldly themes and an ear for raw funk, Barclay Crenshaw uses his given birth name to bare his soul and deliver a slowed-down, emotive collection of collaborations and instrumentals. This self-titled debut album is a left-field departure from his

Savoy live at U Street Music Hall February 10
Learn more about Savoy before their show on Friday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Brooklyn-based Savoy‘s rock edged, yet club-geared releases, along with their notoriously high energy live shows, have spawned a hybrid dance culture of its own. The live electro-house trio have made a name for themselves by effectively bridging the gap between the concert venue rocker and the club-bangin’ partier – and the result is

Nazariff
Eau Claire‘s “Room ft. CMG” finds itself turned inside out by Washington, DC-based Nazariff. He takes Eau Claire’s dreamy, shimmery track and somehow hardens it, striking with determination. He plays with the idea of a trap remix: adding toy pianos, a drumline-like beat, and some strings, he creates a sort of eerie, self-aware sensuality that could be found simultaneously in a packed club and a car flying down the highway at two in