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


Crystal Castles‘ music video for “Celestica”, the first release off their upcoming self-titled sophomore album, features Alice Romp sauntering around a graveyard while Ethan Kath smears warpaint all over his face (Bryce Harper would be proud). Both the video and track have an ethereal aura reminiscent of early Royksopp and are most certainly a sign that Crystal Castles are ready to move into a post “Airwar” era. Crystal Castles –



Continually pushing capacity at U Street Music Hall, Will Eastman’s forward-looking dance party, Bliss, returns on Saturday, June 26th with special guest DJs Stereo Faith and vAnniety Kills. For nearly a decade, Bliss has ignited a fire among its patrons with a no attitude, just fun and “insane dancing” agenda. It’s mission statement is to get it’s patrons in trouble, intoxicated and in love. This time, with local DJ and


Way back in 2007, Montreal native CFCF (Michael Silver) entered his remix of Crystal Castles’ “Air War” into an official remix contest. Not only did he win the contest, but he followed it up with a multitude of high profile releases, remixing both The Presets and The Teenagers. On June 29th, CFCF will follow up his debut album Continent with the Drifts Remix EP on Paper Bag Records. Expect the