Since 1989, Octave One has been a leading light in Detroit’s techno scene, with the core duo of Lenny and Lawrence Burden touring the world with their stunning live act and teaming up alongside their three other brothers Lynell, Lance and Lorne to create tracks that have already become techno classics. We got a chance to catch up with them prior to their performance tomorrow evening at U Street Music


Over the years, Zimmer has been sharing with the world his shimmery brand of nu-disco and has continued to evolve his sound and show his growth as a producer and DJ. We got the chance to ask him a few questions prior to his show tonight at U Street Music Hall. Read his responses below.   You released your self-titled album, Zimmer, in September of this year. Tell us about


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


From the hazy but bright lights of the 70’s disco-era, Cerrone rose to international fame with Kongas, a group well-recieved for their appreciation of Afro-Funk rhythms. His rise as a solo artist has led him to be one of the most influential disco producers in not only Europe, but also most of the world.  Known for his extravagant videos, which still get tens of thousands of views today even though


With over 40 years of experience behind the decks, having performed at legendary venues such as Odell’s, Club Fantasy, Cignel, and The Paradox, Wayne Davis is no stranger to the world of dance and electronic music. With the Blisspop Disco Fest coming up, we managed to ask the Baltimore legend a couple of questions about his early listening, and what fuels him as a DJ.   What did your musical