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Tunes evoking MJ Cole and drawing from the influences of Joy Orbison, Burial, Artful Dodger, James Blake, and Floating Points. We offer similar bands to Disclosure’s addictive blend of U.K. garage, 2-step, bubbly synth-pop, and house
Australian indie pop quartet San Cisco stopped into DC this weekend along with Chaos Chaos.
Since we know how important at-home-entertainment is for all of us – every Tuesday we’re going to do a little “what’s getting released on DVD/on demand/Netflix this week” round up for you.
Pop tha innanet, I’m surfin’, woo.
Disclosure’s set may be more fun if transitioned smoothly from one track to the next, but you’d be hard pressed to find anyone that wasn’t consistently engaged or damn near hysterical at the drops of “Latch,” “White Noise,” and “Running.”
More than 6,000 craft beer enthusiasts and industry professionals will soon descend on Washington, DC in search of the best beer around. Here’s where you can drink the best of it.
Where we talk about stuff (happening in and around D.C.) we didn’t always write about but is still something you may care to get all riled about.
Yesterday Hinge released some interesting data on the the District’s most attractive workforces. We break it down and tell you what it means.
♫ Pull up to the scene with my dignity missin’ ♫