As a creative way to raise revenue for Christylez latest, soon-to-be-released full length EP Hip Hop Unplugged, he has put together live recordings of five from the Mansion at Strathmore and Kennedy Center. The mini compilation will also feature a brand new song, Bowl Cut, which was written for the Washington Sound Museum series and remixed versions […]
Hindustani Classical Violinist, Nistha Raj shares a stage with Christylez again. After first featuring for Washington Sound Museum in 2011, Nistha is once again collaborating with Christylez on DC’s historic Blagden Alley in Northwest. The video features a perfect balance of smooth Indian melody and rhythmic beatboxing.
Washington Sound Museum’s 14th installment focuses it’s attention on the dynamic instrumentalist that helps shape Christylez Bacon’s Progressive Hip-Hop sound. The featured artists are Hindustani Classical violinist, Nistha Raj, Post-Classical cellist, Wytold, and Jazz saxophonist, John Kocur. These talented musicians are all masters in their own genres that push the envelope by incorporating worldly sounds, […]
One year after making its way into the hearts and ears of DC’s music community, Washington Sound Museum continues to mix interesting sounds and flavors. Last month, WSM celebrated its one year anniversary with Bloombars in style. With this month’s installment, WSM promises to out-do itself. Christylez has invited along two unique artists, Amy Domingues […]
April 28th will mark the one year anniversary of Washington Sound Museum and its many journeys through musical landscapes. WSM has travelled to various venues around Washington, DC and has traversed across musical genres. Any anniversary calls for celebration; this one in particular will be held at WSM’s birthplace, BloomBars. Over the past year, Christylez has committed […]