We had the pleasure of chatting with South London Ordnance before he his DC debut this Saturday night at U Street Music Hall, alongside Hotflush boss Scuba and Lxsx Frxnk. In a relatively short amount of time, the law student turned full-time producer has created quite a stir throughout the techno, house and bass music circuits; appearing at Dimensions, Boiler Room and regularly guesting on RinseFM. 1. You recently interviewed

Genesis is the latest gem from local funky, soulful, house producer Funkdamentalist; a three-track EP that has already cracked Beatport’s top 100 releases. Out now on Something Different Records, Genesis features a remix from fellow McFly, Soul Sway, and has seen support from Luna City Express, Raffa FL, Stu Patrics and Terry Grand. “Transient Lust,” a feeling that some would say is common in D.C., is the stand-out track in

Ready for release on his own label Prime Numbers February 18th, David Wolstencroft, better known as Trus’me, will unleash the highly anticipated Treat Me Right LP; his first full-length since 2009. One can’t deny the blatant sexuality on display throughout this LP (just take a look at the album art). Treat Me Right takes listeners on a wide-spanning aural S&M trip. Several punishing techno tracks “It’s Slow” (which is anything but)

Mark your calendars, folks. Saturday, 1/19 Blisspop hosts an inauguration party at U Street Music Hall featuring MOBY (DJ Set) and our very own Will Eastman! This will be Blisspop’s second inauguration party with Moby! The first time around Moby and Eastman performed together at the 9:30 Club, in 2009.  If you were there, then you know about the insanity that ensued; the packed house and the power outage that

DC-based house production duo aLamont, a collaboration between Sami Y. and Dawit, was formed earlier this year in a basement apartment along Lamont St. in Northwest; where the Wild North DJs have been spending time gradually modifying their sound from high-energy electro into deep, funky house grooves. Their latest track “Buckles” features strange, dark sirens paired with underlying meditative beats that pump below the vocals of first generation Detroit techno don Juan