It is always delightful to discover young musicians chasing an older sound. Today’s feature comes from Discoholic, an 18 year old music producer and student at the University of Maryland. His original track “Too Close For Comfort” (ft. Michael Littrell) is a straight disco throwback, bringing back the groovy acoustic elements of Chic or Duran Duran. This record features a warm electric baseline paired with smooth synth chords to create


Will Clarke at U Street Music Hall November 5
Learn more about Will Clarke before his show on Saturday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Similar to many artists, Will Clarke’s sonic palette comes his experiences and influences from home and afar. The roots of his sound stem from both his home town of Bristol, and his seasonal home in Ibiza, which have forged Will’s style. This style fuses the best of Bristol’s bass elements with the upfront


Tiger & Woods at U Street Music Hall November 4
Learn more about Tiger & Woods before their show on Friday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Shrouded in mystery! No one knows where it’s coming from, no one knows where it’s going. Well, that’s all about to change. Those special extended disco versions that have been carefully tuned, remixed, over-dubbed, sliced and diced by Larry Tiger and David Woods have caused quite a stir. In a


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One of DC’s busiest DJs, Eau Claire, gets remixed by London-based duo Loframes in today’s feature. The young Londoners debuted in 2015 and have since released an impressive number of club-ready tracks. Loframes’ rendition of Eau Claire’s “All the Wonder” is a bouncy synth-pop beat dominated by a biting bass line that is sure to resonate on the dance floor. With its crafty percussion and creative synth play, this remix reveals


Lemaitre at U Street Music Hall on November 2
Learn more about Lemaitre before their show tonight at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. Lemaitre is an electronic duo hailing from Oslo, Norway. Formed in 2010 by longtime friends Ketil Jansen and Ulrik Denizou Lund, the band members named themselves after Belgian priest Georges Lemaître, father of the big bang theory. It’s an appropriate reference for their sound, which ranges from electro house to catchy pop grooves