Anamanaguchi (DJ Set) & Skylar Spence at U Street Music Hall (July 2, 10pm)
Learn more about Anamanaguchi and Skylar Spence before their show on Saturday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. The birth of Anamanaguchi must have taken place in the middle of mankind’s greatest sugar high. The rosy-cheeked little thing came out of the womb, was slapped on the ass by the jovial delivering doctor and started laughing hysterically, blowing disco ball kisses in between its unprecedented fits of

Family Night at U Street Music Hall (July 2, 10pm)
Learn more about Billy the Gent, Proper Villains, Spinser Tracy and more before their show tonight at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. After developing respectable solo careers as DJs and producers, long-time friends Billy the Gent and Long Jawns officially banded together as Gent & Jawns becoming an unstoppable force in the world of club music. The release of their now classic Moombahton anthem “Vibrate”

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You are in a warehouse. Many dance music fans find themselves in warehouses for parties, but this is different; instead of being surrounded by your friends, you’re lying on the floor alone and don’t know how you got there. This is how Arthr’s “Context Unavailable” music video begins. Over the course of the video, Arthr’s character is told a few memorable quotes from a prophetic homeless man, appears to travel

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I’m not typically a believer in traditional Chinese astrology. Although I’ve been sympathetic in the past to those who put stock in their Zodiac readings, that’s all about to end. As it turns out, tigers are actually supposed to be good for horses. This is the final nail in the coffin: the curtain has been pulled back and the fraud exposed. In reality, tigers are bad for horses. This should

Nervous Records is bringing the heat once again with their recent release this past Sunday. “Seconds” is a soulful-house groover from Canadian producer Veev that brings some jazzy influences to the table. The main melody of this track comes from a trumpet, the bassline from what sounds like an upright bass, and the percussion brings the bongos. The organic and worldly feel of “Seconds” is sure to go off just about