A Day in Black and White is a driving, melodically–charged post–punk four–piece – however, takes its innate D.C. music history in stride as it blends lessons from the past with an abundance of energy, passion and wit. Garnering the group comparisons to some of the most diverse punk–rooted bands of the past twenty years such as Fugazi and Sonic Youth, the band's new Level–Plane Records release, Notes, was recorded by Kurt Ballou (Converge, Cave In, Since By Man) and serves as the main piece of evidence to the aforementioned references. In short, these fellows are more than up to the challenge of finding their own place among D.C.'s musical luminaries.