Christmas in Washington, D.C. just isn’t official until you hear Chuck Brown crooning “Merry Christmas Baby” over a classic go-go groove.
Fort Knox Five drop a free heater from their upcoming album, this party rocker with Raashan Ahmad feels old school while the beats and groove are both forward thinking and classic.
Nicki and Daniel’s wedding reception at The Fairfax on Embassy Row, DC was a memorable event!
Dudes like Oddisee, Freddie Gibbs, and Joey Bada$$ are making me like rap music again for the first time in years.
DJ D-Mac & Associates are back with the rinkside beats every Thursday, December 5th thru February 27th, at the skating rink in the Sculpture Garden at the National Gallery of Art!
Ricky Wellman, a massive talent who sadly died recently, was only 13 when played drums on The Jaquars “Crazy Thing” in 1968.
Tom Goss wrote the feel good power-pop hometown anthem of the summer: “Bears” What’s not to love about this song and the accompanying topless pool party video?
DC musician Al Johnson was one of the best multi-talented musical artists that ever entered a studio.
Twenty-year old Maryland native, Tony Mendez, aka Lindsay Lowend had been making waves locally and worldwide for well over a year now. “Wind Fish” is the title track from his debut EP.
A technically proficient outfit with a goofy streak, Branch Manager could even delve into Jimi Hendrix territory. In the spirit of recalling obscure DC area rock history, here is a song by the Reston based Dischord band.