I have had my eye on TonalTheory for a while. They are known to play deep techno sets laced with their own productions. I have only heard stellar reviews of the shows they have been booked on. It is no surprise that How Could We Have Known is truly an album! Coming in at eleven tracks total with two remixes. I truly love the album format for electronic music and


The Infinite Daisy Chains is a duo consisting of Ian and Kristina. Ian Dandrige (Guitarist/Producer) and Kristina Westernik Dandridge (Vocalist/Violin/Producer) are not only a musical duo, but they are also married. Both Kristina and Ian are capable of making some of the best music out there, but together this magical union is beyond your imagination. The production on these songs is truly top of the line. The drums are so


Released on Blossom Records, i told you i’m not serious is a lovely mixture of Okay(K)’s beautiful cadence paired with a nice array of different sounds to give you a little bit of everything. It opens up with the self-titled track and you will get a taste of how unique his take on music is. Moving into the R&B/Soul sound you get “she gotta”. These guitars just melt me in


Last week, we shared the announcement that DC’s ROOM collective launched a record label and also featured the freestyle-meets-house “574S”, the first single from Silver Spring producer Amal. Today we are excited to share the first full release for ROOM and Amal, a six track EP entitled Dance Concept. Dance Concept is a versatile body of work, with shades of bass, techno, house, and trance permeating throughout. Amal creates productions


DC’s electronic music scene is full of diverse talent, crews and labels making their way in today’s music scene, and taking steps to evolve is always important. The ROOM collective, best known for their ROOM mix series and radio show on Full Service Radio, is doing just that by launching their own label, and the debut release comes from Silver Spring, MD born and bred producer Amal. Learn more about