FKJ ends a North American Tour promoting his debut album French Kiwi Juice After performing at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado last weekend. This album is a wonderful display of FKJ’s range as a songwriter and producer. It showcases songs like the upbeat single Go Back Home and the jazz odyssey that is Canggu. Sitting at track number two is a song that puts all of FKJ’s abilities on display:

TT The Artist
Unstopable Bmore club emcee TT The Artist has just released a video for the supercharged Thunderbird Juicebox and Mighty Mark remix of her track “Dig”. The original tune, produced by Snappy Jit, starts off the video which features dance crews shot on location in New Orleans, Atlanta, New York, Jersey City, Miami, Los Angeles, and, of course, Baltimore. The second half of the video pulls into top gear with Thunderbird

Route 94 at U Street Music Hall June 8
Learn more about Route 94 before his show on Thursday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Hailing from Richmond, London, Route 94 is the alias of electronic producer and DJ Rowan Jones. Rising to prominence with his U.K. chart-topping track “My Love” in March 2014, Jones began his musical career in 2010 as a dubstep producer who worked under the name Dream. After uploading three of his tracks

[Listen to Looky Looky’s recent album, Part Flamingo] Part Flamingo by LOOKY LOOKY Many of the best decisions are spontaneous. While plans are invaluable, ingenuity is often impromptu — my Saturday night of this year’s Movement in Detroit is a perfect example of this adage. My original plan for the Saturday night of Movement was to stay at the Discwoman Detroit III party until close. My friends and I arrived at the Discwoman party shortly after

Roosevelt
With Roosevelt’s latest tour stopping at some well-established destinations, including The Governors Ball Music Festival 2017, I was excited to see Roosevelt perform a sold out show at U Street Music Hall this weekend. Roosevelt’s performance was a cross between popular modern chillwave artists, such as Cut Copy or Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, and what I imagine it was like in the disco dance halls of the 1970s (based on