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Noble Giants: With full force, Lexington, Kentucky based indie rock band, Noble Giants debuted the summer of 2015. Quickly following their first shows of the summer, the group made their single, “Mary” available to the public on most major digital streaming sites. With public support flooding in from social media and the Lexington community, the guys hit the studio to record their EP titled, {ERADIXATE}, released December 29, 2015.”–Noble Giants

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Elikeh at the Funk Parade

Elikeh: “Elikeh is a multinational band that includes a Nigerian lead guitarist, a Ghanaian percussionist and a bassist, keyboardist, drummer and horn players from the U.S. The group started as a solo project for Dogo, who came to D.C. in 2000 and recruited local players to record Nyade, his first album as Elikeh.”–Bandwith

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Footwerk at the Funk Parade

FootWerk: “I don’t know about the rest of you, but 2015 is turning into one of the best years for hip-hop in a long damn time . . .  And there’s another excellent hip-hop LP coming your way this year, Casual Encounters, by DC hip-hop group Footwerk.–Baebel Music

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Black Alley at the Funk Parade

Black Alley: “BLACK ALLEY has been pushing the art of music to its rhythmic limits for some time now. Determined to create a unique musical elixir, BLACK ALLEY has taken the finest ingredients of funk, jazz, soul, and rock to create a sound and genre all their own; they call it “Hood Rock”–Black Alley

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Congo Sanchez at the Funk Parade

Congo Sanchez: “The group blends its members’ reggae, funk, hip-hop, and jazz influences, giving their music a global feel. This sound, coupled with their use of electronic rhythms from various genres, led them to choose their given name, says Congo.”–DCist

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Into It. Over It. at the Black Cat

Into It. Over It.: “Into It. Over It. have been creating and playing music for almost a decade; consistently developing and shaping their sound, helping to push the underground emo revival to the surface. Third album, ‘Standards’, sees main-man Evan Weiss tread new waters to create a truly honest record that will only push the band further.”–Upset Magazine

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These Wild Plains at DC 9

These Wild Plains: “Even here in Boston, country music is huge. But its biggest area supporters, especially, will tell you that most of it is garbage. That’s why These Wild Plains are on a quest to highlight the non-cringeworthy aspects of the genre…”–Vanyaland

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