The D.C.-raised songstress looks to expand upon her traditionally mellow vibe.
DJ brings a combination funk-beachy-electronic dance party to U Street.
The well-known and liked club celebrated its fourth anniversary by bringing diverse talents.
The young British singing phenom brought high energy and genuine appreciation to U Street Music Hall.
“So Long, See You Tomorrow” plays with new sounds but represents BBC’s maturity.
Online entertainment magazine and event production company Brightest Young Things showcases local musicians and comedians at the historic Howard Theatre.
AU’s campus radio station will publish two zines this semester, covering the station’s output and broader themes of music and media.
Schoolboy Q delivers subject matter his fans love with a large dose of soulful reality.
As the last note of “My Body” rang through the in Fillmore Silver Spring on Feb. 23, the packed crowd stood, cheered and clapped to show its appreciation for the emotionally heavy set Young the Giant put on that evening. The indie rock band stopped by the D.C.