Our DC ft. Eau Claire & Madame Gandhi

Our DC ft. Eau Claire & Madame Gandhi

Ayes Cold, Vanniety Kills, Jacq Jill

Saturday Jan 21

9:00 pm

$10

This event is 18 and over

***Ages 18-20 by advance ticket only. All door proceeds benefit the ACLU.*** No photo/video allowed. Advance ticket sales end one hour before doors.

Madame Gandhi
Eau Claire
Eau Claire
Washington DC based producer and DJ, Eau Claire, grew up as a classically trained pianist and has taken her penchant for the keyboard to the next level, creating a signature blend of house, nu-disco, and indie dance. From the studio to the dance floor, Eau Claire has brought her feel-good sound and positive energy to clubs and festivals across North America. She has received support from major music outlets including DJ Mag, Idolator/SPIN, Indie Shuffle, and LessThan3. Her impressive repertoire of remixes has earned her several top 10 rankings on Hype Machine and over 3 million streams on Soundcloud. Several of her remixes have been signed to well-respected labels including Warner Brothers Records and Atlantic. In the Fall of 2016 Eau Claire announced the start of her own record label 'Feed Me Disco' where she released her debut EP "All The Wonder" followed by a remix EP in early 2017. Feed Me Disco has also become her signature mix series and recurring label party which she holds in major cities including Washington, DC, New York, and Los Angeles.
Ayes Cold
Ayes Cold
DJ Ayes Cold is one of DC's busiest selectors. Five years into the craft, she has steadily created a unique presence in the District's music scene, performing at major venues like U Street Music Hall, the 930 Club, Rock and Roll Hotel, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Eighteenth Street Lounge, and more.

Ayes Cold builds her reputation around her eclectic selections, her mixes that seamlessly blend varying genres, and her intuitive ability to read and respond to a crowd. As noted by the Washington Post, "her eyes are as sharp as her ears."

Ayes Cold has DJ'd live on ABC7, performed at festivals like Trillectro, Broccoli City, The National Cannabis Festival, the Fields Festival, Bonnaroo, and SXSW. At SXSW she hopped on two official showcases with her drummer friend Kiran Gandhi and together they subsequently toured the east coast, hitting The Bowery Ballroom (NYC), The Sinclair (Cambridge), The Ardmore (Philly) and The Hamilton (DC). Ayes has also opened for Gaslamp Killer, Tokimonsta, Princess Nokia, and supported line ups with Solange Knowles, Anderson Paak, Chance the Rapper and D.R.A.M.

Catch Ayes Cold on Full Service Radio at DC's The Line Hotel every Tuesday at 6 PM ET.
Vanniety Kills
The house that dj Vanniety Kills built has become a fixture on D.C.’s DJ circuit. She’s become notorious for her house parties, daytime dances, and just about everything else in between. Professional by day, turntable manipulator by night, Vanniety Kills has an ear for music, creating DJ booth concoctions that sound like they were born that way. But it’s her ability to read a crowd that’s elevated her from good to great. Whether it’s her Ladies of the Underground showcase; OverEasy, her summer tea dance for the queer girl community; or Cadence, a monthly drum and bass showcase; she dabbles in a little bit of everything that makes hips shake. And just as she’s avoided musical niches, she’s also managed to not be pigeonholed as a selector for just queer events. She’s more about zig-zagging between scenes and uniting them on the dance floor.
Jacq Jill
Jacq Jill, dichotomy in nature. Texas born, DC devoted. A sound engineer first, Jacq connects the space between science and emotion. With intense attention to detail both in performance and as curator, Jacq stresses the importance of social consciousness and it’s direct effect on the underground current. Candy coated melodies joined by ear-altering bass lines, she brings her deep appreciation for electronic music to life every time she performs.

Creator of JUICE, a platform dedicated to representing the underrepresented. Based in DC, JUICE creates safe spaces for self-expression and a dialogue in understanding that our creative experiences are less rich without the feminine spirit. JUICE is making waves in the District, providing nights of gritty, underground, female badass-ery.

Jacq has shared bills with some of the industry’s finest including John Digweed, The Factory Girls, Cry Baby, Soul Clap, Wax Motif, Wuki, Madame Ghandi, Berouz, Eau Claire, Proper Villains, Anane Vega, Will Eastman, Gun$ Garcia, Berouz, Juan Zapata, The NeedlExchange, & Zem SuYung to name a few. She has featured at venues like Flash Nightclub, U Street Music Hall, Soundcheck DC, The Black Cat, and DC’s historic Howard Theatre.
Venue Information:
U Street Music Hall
1115 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009
http://www.ustreetmusichall.com/