I’ve recently traded e-mails with John Davis, formerly of DC darlings Q And Not U and Georgie James, and now doing solo work under the stage name Title Tracks. I was able to get his take on the DC music scene among other things; you can check it all out below. John recently released his debut solo album It Was Easy to the joy of fans and critics alike. Davis’s


Recently I had the pleasure of chatting via cell phone with DJ Steven Hawley of Codebreaker. I knew midwesterners were generally down to earth, but I didn’t know they were so friendly and easy to talk to. I also assumed they were more or less rigid and stoic in their snow blanketed tundras, using most of their free time to film the sequel to Fargo and play ice hockey, and


Prior to last Thursday’s epic ravefest at U Street Music Hall, our good friend Morgan sat down to interview the Flashing Lights crew (Nick Catchdubs, DJ Ayres & Jess Jubilee) on WVAU. Stream and download below. Flashing Lights (Nick Catchdubs, DJ Ayres & Jess Jubilee) Interview on WVAU 4/8/10 by pldmorgan


Where and how did The Caribbean initially meet? Michael and I were in a band throughout the 90s called Townies; when that collapsed, we hooked up with Tony Dennison of Smart Went Crazy. ┬áIt evolved from there — other members, a rotation through various tour iterations — and now it’s mostly Michael Kentoff, me, and Dave Jones, with recorded contributions from Mr. Dennison and also Donald Campbell. Your last release