Know Your Scene
By Full Service Radio
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D.C. isn’t just a city purely driven by politics—it’s also where some of the world’s best music venues, prolific bands and groundbreaking musical projects live. Presented by music magazine D.C. Music Download, Know Your Scene spotlights some of the most influential and interesting people who shape D.C.'s music scene. Each episode will offer an in-depth look into what happening inside the nation’s capital through topical discussions and interviews, spotlighting the music community’s unique DIY ethos and independent spirit.
||CleanDaniel Brindley||No one in D.C. knows more about building a music venue from the ground up better than Daniel Brindley. With nearly 20 years of experience running one of the area's most popular music spots, Jammin' Java, Daniel has once again found success through his l||2/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanChris Moore||Chris Moore is a D.C.-based musician and prolific show promoter who's behind one of the country's largest hardcore punk music festivals, Damaged City. Thanks to his efforts, Chris has given a crucial platform to the next generation of promising D.C. ban||2/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanRhizome||Rhizome is a Takoma DIY venue that's home to the city's most inventive and experimental works of art and music. It's a space that was created on the belief that it's more interesting to make your own culture than to consume culture made by others. On th||1/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDIY with Jamal Gray||Jamal Gray is a local vanguard and activist in the creative community who runs DIY space Uptown Art House and serves as leader of music projects Nag Champa and CMPTR CLVB. His fearless spirit, visionary approach to art and tenacious work ethic has inspi||1/11/2018||Free||View in iTunes|