The Bounce: This Week In Music News

By Ally Schweitzer

D.C.-born house producer Theo Parrish is about to release his first LP in seven years.
D.C.-born house producer Theo Parrish is about to release his first LP in seven years.

Bandwidth’s new Friday roundup of local and not-so-local music news.

Andy Beta explores the microcosmos of D.C. labels Future Times, 1432 R and Peoples Potential Unlimited. [Pitchfork]

SoundCloud inks a licensing deal with Warner, its first partnership with a major label. [New York Times]

If you get a not-so-positive review in a newspaper, is it your right to ask for it to be removed? (No. Nice try.) [Washington Post]

Detroit house titan Theo Parrish (who was born in D.C.) has a new album on the way—his first in seven years. [Juno Plus]

Our pals at NPR are making an effort to cover more hip-hop. That T-Pain Tiny Desk concert is just one nugget of proof. [Washington Post]

How does riot grrrl creep into music in 2014? [Noisey]

James Beard-award-winning pastry chef Brooks Headley has deep D.C. punk roots. [Washington Post]

The Dismemberment Plan‘s newly reissued Change, track by track with frontman Travis Morrison. [Spin]

Foo Fighters schedule a big D.C. show for July 4, 2015, and everyone is freaking out in November 2014. [Washington Post]

Oh and: Reviews of Foo Fighters’ Sonic Highways LP—which includes one song inspired by D.C.—are starting to trickle in. [Consequence Of Sound, NME, Guardian]

Bandwidth session stars Typefighter let loose a new song this week. [Consequence Of Sound]

Marylander Ricky Eat Acid delivers a skittering remix of New Zealanders Yumi Zouma. [Fader]

Pharrell Williams endorsed D.C. mayoral candidate Muriel Bowser. Then she won. Mere coincidence? [Washington Post]

On Bandwidth: A new Wilderness Bureau session with She Keeps Bees, Ace Cosgrove‘s suburban hip-hop, Sara Curtin‘s D’Angelo-inspired music video and the most surprising GEMS thing I’ve ever seen.