Just before completing their US Tour, New Zealand duo SACHI were kind enough to answer some questions, having recently performed at U Street Music Hall as part of a North American tour opening for Phantoms. Enjoy as we talk about music and life before they were known as SACHI, as well as talking about what it is like to be on tour.   Nick and Will, thank you so much


Josh Marko, an LA based DJ and Producer, is back with a new EP, What You Mean. He continues to impress, constantly moving from genre to genre, and these house tunes show his breadth as a producer. This EP is a melting pot of smooth house and sexy vibes. The bass lines are so smooth and the vocals like butter. These tracks will rock you back and forth, and before


Julian Gray was kind enough to answer some questions before his show at U Street Music Hall tonight. Julian keeps himself busier than most – I talked to him about music creation, Graydient and some of his favorite artists. Check out the interview, and go see him tonight at U Street Music Hall.     What kind of space do you need to be creative? A laptop and headphones? In


    Nazariff has just released a remix of “ULTRAVIOLENT (adrenochrome),” by Crywolf. This transforms the raw emotion from the original into a heavy-hitting monster. It’s dark and powerful with some big drums and bass to match. What I love is the dichotomy of the drops and breaks; they’re almost like two sides of a coin. The breaks are so open and dynamic while the drops push the tempo. The


Vilcabamba EP Artwork
Galapagos Records graces us with a new EP from artist Ryan Brokenshire, Vilcabamba. The third release off the label, Ryan Brokenshire offers a unique take on what I would expect from this tropical EP. Helped by drum sessions from John Joseph and Mike Dreg, he takes you to the tropical climate the title evokes. Disco vibes felt throughout as well as jazz feels. Vilcabamba opens with the title track, which