Today’s feature is a powerful and atmospheric deep house original from DJ & producer Enamour. “Feel” is his second original release following “Ekka,” which turns one year old in September. Today’s feature showcases Enamour’s knack for combining club energy with ambient expression. A focused bass and pulsating bass drum grab our attention, but it’s the creative elements gradually building around the beat that make this song a memorable journey. Enamour’s

Wølffe is an electronic pop artist based in SE London, UK. She is a rising star with her dark, brooding electro-pop music comparable to Banks, AlunaGeorge and MØ. I spent time with Wølffe, aka Lexy, discussing her beginnings as an artist, how she cultivated her stage performance, and we had a behind the scenes discussion of her music video for her single “Fuck With Me.” While her bubbly confidence and impeccable

Tel-Aviv’s veteran disco duo Rabo & Snob recently dropped their official debut EP titled Yawumna, a Ghana influenced gem inspired by the pair’s trip to Accra’s main market to search for records and homemade percussions. As expected, Yawumna gets right down to business by opening up with the title track featuring the African-laced vocals of DC resident Soma Iddrissu. Soma’s voice is powerful and pretty much demands listeners to try and understand each

Full Service Party Aug 5 2017
In the summer of 2015, Tittsworth & Friends brought a dream double bill to U Hall: MikeQ and Vjuan Allure. Baronhawk Poitier started the night with some prime Baltimore club cuts, I remember thinking “why would anyone ever listen to any other type of music?” during his warm up set. Vjuan Allure stepped up with a one-two punch: bootlegs insanely incorporating The Lion King and “Poison”. As MikeQ entered the

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When temperatures are blazing, disco is extremely necessary. For that reason, Michael the Lion’s self-titled debut EP dropped right in the nick of time. Released barely a week ago, the five track heater (being released via Soul Clap Records) is led off with the uplifting intro “Side of Life;” a bongo driven banger with preachy-style vocals and a beat hot enough to satisfy all of the disco revivalists out there who