1. You started DJing at raves when you were 13 years old — How did you get connected into that scene at such a young age? What styles of music did you spin? Danny Daze – I got into that scene through friends who used to break dance with me. They were usually all age events so it took me maybe 3 parties to get used to the glow sticks

I had a chance to catch up with In Flagranti as they prepare for their U.S. tour, which kicks off tonight at the U Street Music Hall. You can grab a ticket HERE. Matthew Lipsit: Your name, “In Flagranti”, is often defined as being “caught in the act”. Some even throw around the term “wrongdoing”. Could you please explain what the name means to you guys and how it has

Will Eastman’s forward-thinking dance party, Bliss, is back with special guests Christoph Andersson and Mr. Bonkerz with visuals by Kylos! U Street Music Hall Saturday, April 23 9:00 P.M. | $10 | Ages 18+ *Ages 18-20 entry by advance ticket only Directions | Purchase tickets | RSVP on Facebook

This week Blisspop caught up with DJ, producer, hype man and U Street Music Hall best friend, Willy Joy — in the midst of his touring with A-Trak, Kid Sister and The Gaslamp Killer! Blisspop: In addition to touring the world as Kid Sister’s hype man & DJ, you have many of your own projects going on — several releases with Rob Threezy for Trouble & Bass, remixes for Kastle,

JAMAICA are French electronic-rock duo, Antoine Hilaire and Flo Lyonnet (+ Mr David Aknin on sticks), formally known as Poney Poney. Kicking off their US/Canada tour with Via Audio, JAMAICA play a live show at U-Street Music Hall tonight, Wednesday April 13th, which also happens to be the release date of their debut LP, No Problem. The Jericho EP was also just released, with remixes by Todd Edwards, Tepr and DC’s