Eden Prince is a breakout Producer from the UK and his newest track “Toxic ft. Marco Foster” is today’s disco feature. Prince grabs our attention with his smooth synth chords that bounce behind Marco Foster’s steady vocals. Foster’s rendition of Britney Spears’ hit track may not be highly expressive, but it certainly fills its role while allowing room for Eden Prince’s creative production to shine. I appreciate Prince’s attention to

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After a hiatus in throwing parties, we’re back with a monthly party series called #TRACKWERK at Ten Tigers Parlour, a bar in DC’s Petworth neighborhood that features comfortable seating, a beautiful outdoor patio, good food, and most importantly for us, an upstairs dance floor with a crisp yet powerful Martin Audio sound system. The name #TRACKWERK is a pun that will resonate both with musicians and any DC resident who rides

Chris Kelly Profile
So, here’s the thing about writers. We do a lot of writing and analyzing and intellectualizing about everybody else’s offerings to art and culture, but who writes about the writers?  Who’s the real person behind the byline?  Chris Kelly is constantly in search of a deep, emotional connection with music, art, and his community.  His impetus to write is driven by politics, artwork of all types — whether it be

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As the popularity of house music elements rises in mainstream electronic productions, few new artists understand and incorporate its roots like DC’s Philco. The Roland TR-909 was released in 1984 as one of the first Roland kits equipped with MIDI, and it played an instrumental role in the rise of underground house music with use by innovators such as Daft Punk and Frankie Knuckles. Philco draws upon this influence in

Lydia Kitto is a rising producer and vocalist from Essex, United Kingdom who specializes in combining her soulful voice with free flowing and polished electronic instrumentals. Her latest single, “Ride,” is an intoxicating blend of soul, disco, jazz, and house that takes cues from artists like Floating Points and Four Tet. The track first lulls you in with plaintive jazz keys followed by a woozy bassline that keeps the song grooving