People's Climate March Afterparty at U Street Music Hall April 29
Learn more about Bit Funk, Treasure Fingers, and Sammy Bananas before DJs for Climate Action Presents: the People’s Climate March afterparty on Saturday at U Street Music Hall. All door proceeds will benefit the People’s Climate Movement. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Growing up in a small town on Canada’s Atlantic Coast, Brooklyn-based Bit Funk has quickly earned a reputation as one of house and disco’s most respected artists. With breakout tracks like his

Kilter at U Street Music Hall April 26
Learn more about Kilter before his show tomorrow at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Sydney, Australia-based Ned East produces a sunny, energetic mix of left-field hip-hop, tropical house, and indie electronic under the name Kilter. He first started making EDM mixes and edits while in high school, but he started taking production seriously when he received Ableton Live on his 18th birthday. At this point, he was producing

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Whether he’s in the studio mixing down his latest track or in the DJ booth mixing into the next track, Ozker has a profound influence on dance floors in DC and beyond. Last month, Ozker delivered a deep, atmospheric house remix for DC’s igloo two. The remix is decked out with lush synth pads that highlight a powerful bassline, enthralling percussion rhythms, and an inspiring vocal sample in the breakdown. Ozker is one of

Purchase tickets for Friday’s Show. Are you proud of our city’s music scene? Me too- Let’s celebrate it! On Friday April 14th, D.C.’s most authentic house DJs are taking over U Street Music Hall. We will be treated to sets from Sam Burns, DJ Nav, Sol Power All-Stars, and Ozker. In 2016, Sol Power All-Stars released Djidjo Vide (featuring Elikeh), an afro house smash that appeared on Soul Clap’s Fabric

DC isn’t typically recognized as a techno hotspot, but those in the know are hip to the burgeoning local scene. U Street Music Hall, which has a long history of supporting local artists and uplifting rising stars, will carry on this tradition by hosting a local techno showcase this Saturday, April 8. This party is highly recommended for those fans who want to get to know DC’s movers and shakers