Roosevelt at U Street Music Hall
Learn more about Roosevelt before his show on Saturday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. If the music of Roosevelt sounds like Future Islands signed to Kompakt, it is because sole member Marius Lauber ran through a bunch of teenage garage bands before submitting fully to the techno of Cologne. As a teenager, Lauber lived in the Cologne suburb of Viersen, where he cut his teeth strumming guitars

Kill Paris at U Street Music Hall on June 2
Learn more about Kill Paris before his show on Friday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Corey Baker, better known as Kill Paris, is a multi-instrumental producer from a quiet town in Indiana, USA. Picking up guitar at the age of 15, the musical journey began and soon enough Corey’s life was devoted to the art of sound. From there, he took on learning piano, bass and

We’ve written about Mozado before, but this new one is on a whole new level. The Boston producer brings the heat to the summer with his remix of Trey Songz’s “Nobody Else But You,” and is sure to get you started at your first pool party of the season. It opens with airy vocals and guitar melodies, while the tasteful rhythmic punches of tuned toms and the classic Mozado sliding

“Feel (feat. Jaye Prime)” is the latest single from Detroit-based producer, Jon Zott. This song is comparable to the beauty of an old world wine: the song is sophisticated and complex, yet balanced. The song possesses structure from a solid house bassline, which is juxtaposed by chill ambient samples and effects. The eerie analog synth samples and natural field recordings create depth and demonstrate a maturity to the composition. Layer

Two years ago, one of modern Baltimore club music’s brightest young stars turned 25. He marked the occasion with a rebirth of his own, setting aside the production alias that he used for battles in Charm City’s underground in favor of a blaxploitation-reminiscent cartoon superhero persona. Thus died Murder Mark, reborn as Mighty Mark with the release of the Mighty EP on Moveltraxx. Or so we thought. The Party Starter