DC Music Download 6th Anniversary Showcase and Party

DC Music Download 6th Anniversary Showcase and Party

SHAED, Nag Champa, Fielder, OG Lullabies

Sat Jan 27

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Union Stage

GA $16 | Premier Plus $25

DCMD presents D.C. Music Industry Night
DCMD presents D.C. Music Industry Night
After selling out D.C. Music Industry Night last year, D.C. Music Download is kicking off summer by returning our signature panel + networking series on June 21.

Set at Union Stage -- the newest spot for live music at The Wharf -- D.C. Music Industry Night is where musicians, venue owners, studio owners, label heads, bloggers, photographers, music lovers and other creatives in the ever-changing music scene can connect, drink together, and exchange ideas.

We’ll start off with a discussion on music streaming services and their impact on indie musicians, featuring D.C. artists and industry experts. Do music streaming services help or hurt indie musicians? Which music streaming services are best for indie artists? Is it the savior or downfall of the industry? All of these questions, and more, will be covered during our hour-long conversation.

Afterwards, stick around to grab some drinks and meet more local creatives in the city. D.C. Music Industry Night is free with an RSVP, and space is limited.
Nag Champa
Nag Champa
Primarily based out of Washington, DC, Nag Champa Art Ensemble is more about organic sounds and textures. Since the band's founding in 2014, performances at local venues such as The John F. Kennedy Center, The Smithsonian American Art Museum & Black Cat quickly cemented the group amongst critics and casual music fans alike. The band creates an otherworldly sound that can best be described as futuristic funk, blending house music with jazz, hip-hop, go-go and more elements that sound like something from another universe. A group comprised of musicians of many different disciplines, close to half of their performances are improvised. Developing their sound in consistent jam sessions. This practice originates from their experience in the worlds of avant garde jazz and experimental hip hop. The members of Nag Champa look to serve as cultural ambassadors to the Nation's Capitol, performing around the district with artists from New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Taiwan, Japan & beyond.
OG Lullabies
OG Lullabies
Venue Information:
Union Stage
740 Water Street SW
Washington, DC, 20024
http://www.unionstage.com/