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  • CURTIS WILLIAMS & TWO-9 with Flosstradamus – Tuesday, December 16 @ 9:30 Club

    Curtis Williams is a member and one of the founding members of Two-9, a hip-hop collective that hails from Atlanta, Georgia. Their particular brand of hip-hop and rap blends clean beats and lyrics delivered with a slower flow, while still managing to pack a punch. This group is sure to amp up the crowd ahead of Flosstradamus’ wild set.

  • SEALAB with DRGN King – Wednesday, December 17 @ Black Cat

    D.C.-based psych-rock band Sealab makes smooth and syrupy worldly music. Drawing inspiration from seemingly all over, Sealab’s tunes are groovy, making you want to dance. Their live show is even better, as their infectious energy radiates throughout the audience, making for a show that you won’t want to miss.

  • GREAT GOOD FINE OK with Bear Hands – Thursday, December 18 @ U Street Music Hall

    Great Good Fine OK is yet another synthpop band hailing from Brooklyn, but what sets them apart from the rest is how insanely catchy their tracks are. You’ll soon find yourself trying to sing along and tap your feet along to the beat after hearing just one verse. Standout tracks include “You’re The One For Me” and “Say It All.”

  • MOULLINEX with Goldroom – Thursday, December 18 @ U Street Music Hall

    U Hall is no stranger to deep house artists, and Moullinex is the latest to hit the club. His remix of Robyn and Röyksopp’s “Do It Again” turns the original track into a dark and sinister club banger, perfect for the dim lights and loud bass. His other tracks incorporate this same sort of darker feel, all while keeping the BPM fast enough for you to get down to.

  • FORT KNOX FIVE with Thievery Corporation – Saturday, December 20 @ Lincoln Theatre

    D.C. natives Fort Knox Five are bringing their signature blend of funk, electronica, and hip-hop to the Lincoln Theatre this Saturday. The music has the ability to appeal to people of all ages and musical tastes, but above all, it’s fun. The Lincoln Theatre is a seated venue, but don’t be surprised if you see people standing up and dancing in and around their seats.