The Washington Post

More than two decades after brewing up his catchy club hit, Curtis Alan Jones — a.k.a. Green Velvet — is still bringing the heat.

The London rapper never left the scene. In fact, he has only gotten better. See for yourself at U Street Music Hall.

Despite its name, the electronic music festival is taking the menu beyond smoked meat.

Cashmere Cat, Beautiful Swimmers, Danny Byrd and Nadastrom feature on a mix by club co-owner Will Eastman.

Tickets for the 18-and-over dance party are on sale now for $10.

U Street Music Hall will let you hear "Matangi" through Washington's best soundsystem tonight.

The club hosts a listening party to mark the album's Tuesday release.

Listen to the year's most anticipated album on the city's best sound system when it's released on May 21.

Two of the club's resident mixmasters created a special playlist in honor of U Street Music Hall's third birthday celebration.