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  • Basic The Bassist – We Don’t Have Time

    Basic The Bassist – We Don’t Have Time

    Basic paid us a visit a few months back and this is what went down. We threw in a few random Metro shots to sew it up…Angle style.

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  • Spaces: Christylez Bacon Beatbox in Brasília, Brazil

    Spaces: Christylez Bacon Beatbox in Brasília, Brazil

    Through the Washington Sound Museum (WSM), Christylez Bacon visits the Brasilia, Brazil to connect with music and culture. While there, he connected with a local beat box artists and a quick beatbox session jumps off.

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  • Spaces – Cecily feat. Nighttime Exploration of Penn Quarter

    Spaces – Cecily feat. Nighttime Exploration of Penn Quarter

    Cecily paid us a visit at our office in Penn Quarter. We in turn explored Penn Quarter with our cameras, Angle style. Cecily is a young vocalist and songwriter whose sweet soprano and honest lyrics have garnered attention and loyal fans not only in her native Washington DC, but also up and down the East Coast. Unmoved by passing trends, Cecily’s sound is rooted in a deep appreciation for mid-century soul and jazz, 90’s R&B, and re-imagined folk music. She […]

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  • Spaces – VeVe & Tha Rebels feat. Baltimore from Up High

    Spaces – VeVe & Tha Rebels feat. Baltimore from Up High

    Using art to embody the feelings of a movement have long been practiced. VeVe & The Rebels use their piece to speak about the current tension felt by America surrounding the deaths of blacks by police. Coupled with images of Baltimore, a city that is in a growing list of hubs centered in this ‘movement’, VeVe & Tha Rebels help bring life to feelings felt by many. ve ve and the rebels

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  • Kareema Cockrell: Bluu

    Kareema Cockrell: Bluu

    Kareema Cockrell is a Syracuse, NY native now living in Washington DC.

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  • Lowercase Letters: Hook​-​Up Fee

    Lowercase Letters: Hook​-​Up Fee

    Alphie and JB, also known as lowercase letters, came by the studios to share stories and songs. We had a great time with them. This was one of their gems. Follow them on Twitter (http://twitter.com/lowercaselmnop) and check out their links below. You can also buy their music on iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/a-g/id477750081). http://www.lowercaselettersmusic.com/ http://www.johnbeckhammusic.com/

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  • Shea Butter(fly): Still Breathin

    Shea Butter(fly): Still Breathin

    Born an raised Diamond District Native Shea Butter(fly) delivers some soulful riffs for The Angle. https://www.facebook.com/sheabutterfly

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  • David Spitzberg: Everyone’s a Spitz-O-Matic

    David Spitzberg: Everyone’s a Spitz-O-Matic

    Dave has been playing drums and percussion since the age of 9, is a full-time educator for Prince George’s County Public Schools, been a music instructor at Camp Arena Stage for seven summers, and has performed throughout the DC Metropolitan area. In 2009, he performed junk percussion in the America’s Got Talent Auditions. In 2008, Dave sang and played every weekend in a professional percussion group at the National Harbor. He was featured in the Washington Post Weekend Section in […]

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  • Heidi Martin and Samir Moulay: Mother Tongue

    Heidi Martin and Samir Moulay: Mother Tongue

    Vocalist and composer Heidi Martin began her career singing in church in her home city, Washington, D.C. A protégé of legendary drummer/vocalist Grady Tate, Martin flourished under his direction and soon introduced herself to the New York jazz scene in a rewarding showcase at Birdland. She went on to perform at famous New York haunts such as the Blue Note, the Knitting Factory, Zinc Bar (w/Ron Affif) and Metronome, among others. She also performed in D.C. area at Blues Alley […]

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  • Alphie and JB (lowercase letters): Can’t Won’t Rush

    Alphie and JB (lowercase letters): Can’t Won’t Rush

    Alphie and JB, also known as lowercase letters, came by the studios to share stories and songs. We had a great time with them. This was one of their gems. Follow them on Twitter (http://twitter.com/lowercaselmnop) and check out their links below. You can also buy their music on iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/a-g/id477750081). http://www.lowercaselettersmusic.com/ http://www.johnbeckhammusic.com/

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