Will Eastman wanted a club with "no velvet rope, no bouncer, no bottle service, no attitude." So he opened U Street Music Hall.
Madonna's legendary producer, Jellybean Benitez, brings a night of old school disco
Ultra Nate brings the deep/soul house party she throws with Lisa Moody to D.C.
Beth Ditto's debut album should provide an incredible live show
California five-piece just released its seventh set, Shake The Shudder
Megan Mullally's slyly humorous bluesy band
Sofi Tukker performs its fetching blend of samba and synth-pop at U Street Music Hall on March 24
Electric Guest emerges from hibernation with a collection of catchy, expertly crafted tunes
Book of Love aims to reconnect with its "over the top" D.C. fans
Escort is a full-fledged disco orchestra with up to 17 musicians and singers
Victoria Hesketh, better known by her stage name Little Boots, can’t wait to eat ribs from Freddy’s Famous Barbecue. “Freddy’s is definitely real, right?” she...
Hip hop artist Shamir made the basement of U Street Music Hall into his own kind of party
When it’s all said and done, everyone in D.C. this weekend should have a gay ole time — and not just those who hit the many...
Is it the weekend yet? Well, we’re certainly ready for the floor, to paraphrase an early hit from one of today’s leading dance-pop acts out of...
D.C.’s recent urban revitalization has been a boon — but it hasn’t come without costs. “I wonder sometimes if a lot of those histories are...