I talked about my first and last go-go band gig, who opened for MC Hammer at my first concert and spinning in nightclubs as a teenager, among other things.
Browse the record aisle with yours truly as I wax poetic about DC’s music roots and how to experience it all when you’re here.
Sol Power Sound releases four tracks of deep afro-funk on the Bosq Meets Poly Rythmo Uptown project.
More fire Sol Power Sound wax for your record bag in the form of two deep afro-house excursions from UK producer Aroop Roy.
The Sol Power catalog is deep. Get into the flourishment of our discography then come party with us.
Cultural ambassadorship runnings in the heart of South America.
Open for the National Symphony Orchestra? Why not.
This is how we used to get down on U Street before gentrification.
Conversations from the Kennedy Center’s 2014 One Mic Festival.
Hip-Hop and Go-Go rocked together to open One Mic: Hip-Hop Culture Worldwide. Missed the show? Stream the crankfest from the Kennedy Center website.
Friday, 4/17 I’ll be participating in a panel discussion at the New Orleans EMP Pop Conference. DC ‘Bama: Go-Go Music In the Nation’s Capital 9:00am–10:30am Featuring Natalie Hopkinson DJ Stylus Thomas Sayers Ellis Melissa Weber…
DJ Stylus – Feb. 1, 2013 by Marcus Dowling