So here we've got: 1) What I'm fairly sure is a portrait of Francoise Hardy; 2) what I think might be the Black Flag font; and 3) accompanying music that has some snaky yé-yé swagger (think this, but mostly this). For D.C. trio Misun—which features singer Misun Wojcik, DJ Nacey, and DJ/guitarist William DeVon— it's a nice three-point turn [...]
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The last time we checked in with local producer and DJ Nacey, he was remixing the Game of Thrones theme song. But before that, he was collaborating with local singer Misun Wojcik on a catchy pop track called "July." Today, Jesse Tittsworth's T&A record label has officially released Misun's debut EP, The Sea, produced with [...]
Yes, Capital Pride happens every year. But so does the Super Bowl, and we love it anyway (full disclosure: Washington City Paper is a sponsor of Capital Pride). And like the Super Bowl, Pride is getting a little more tech-savvy: Now, this two-week-long celebration of queer culture has an app. According to Pride spokesperson Missy Toms, [...]
For a couple months I've been agitating quietly for someone to create the Game of Thrones-themed microgenre Dothraki House. This latest bootleg remix by local DJ/producer Nacey isn't quite that, but his haunting edit does get points for making some serious rhythmic use of clashing swords.
Listen and download below.
After years behind the decks, the DJs of Nouveau Riche are branching out. Coming off another edition of their popular party at the U Street Music Hall last Saturday, Gavin Holland, Steve Starks, and Nacey are also gaining favor as respected underground dance producers.
The most recent example of Nouveau Riche's expanding [...]
A lot of, though not nearly all, critics think her new record isn't so great, but everybody's talking about M.I.A. this week. I'm sort of on the same page as Click Track on this one: don't love the album, but her appearance last night on The Late Show (with Martin Rev!) was awesome.
Also riding the [...]
In geographical terms, it's convenient to read Lazerproof, the new mixtape collaboration between La Roux and Major Lazer, as a sort of Britain-Philadelphia-Caribbean hybrid—the synthpop duo La Roux is based in London, as is one half of Major Lazer, Switch. Philly's Diplo forms the other half of the duo, whose sound is deeply routed in [...]