Sounds from the Underground

Sounds from the Underground

FootsxColes, PNMA

Fri · October 19, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$15.00 - $20.00

Washington, DC is a hub of many rich and vibrant cultures. The expressions of those cultures is what, historically, makes DC a diverse and dynamic community. The most noticeable expression is music. Although the source of these vibrations are deeper than surface-level, music is engrained into our city as if embedded into the concrete. 

While mostly known for Go-Go, DC has a phenomenal history of creating R&B legends. Artists like Marvin Gaye, Johnny Gill, Stacie Lattisaw, Ginuwine, Tank and Raheem DeVaughn emerged from DC and began legendary careers. Building upon their legacy comes another era of authentic and original performers. October 19th, you can watch their sounds from the underground vibrate the culture of DC.

Alex Vaughn
When it comes to that 'feel-good' R&B, DMV's Alex Vaughn is the artist you've been looking for! The. singer/songwriter/pianist/producer comes with a wide range of soul and energy that is infectious to anyone she comes across! Her newest single, ‘Blessings' gives listeners some soulful bars over classic horn samples, giving a 'good-old-time' groove. From her catchy flows, to her sensual 90's-inspired style, Alex Vaughn is definitely the one to keep your eyes on!
FootsxColes
As part of the newest wave of young artists making their careers in and around the District, FootsXColes have steadily built an impressive resume. In recent months, the group has opened for international indie R&B acts such as Little Simz, The Mattson 2, and Homeshake. Yet despite being seemingly everywhere, the duo remain grounded and hungry to learn in their own way
PNMA
PNMA is a Washington, D.C. - based singer, songwriter, producer and vocal arranger. Her eclectic band of alternative R&B plants her virtually alone on an island of genre-shattering rebelliousness teeming with raw emotion, sensuality and bounce.
Venue Information:
Dupont Underground
1500 19th Street NW
Washington, DC, 20036
http://www.dupontunderground.org/