From NY to DC nightlife, but he didn’t have to take the Chinatown bus. George Garcia arrived at GWU in 2006 on the back of a business degree, a pair of cleats and a mixer. He took no time in diving into the local house circuit, spinning at K Street Lounge, Eyebar, Lotus, Five and Indebleu. Within two years he found himself running parallel with those Chinatown buses, working residencies in NY at Azza Lounge and D’or as well as spinning here in The District. It was around that time he hung up the cleats and let the bass take over. 2009 saw George spinning everything from a Playboy fashion show to a US Tennis Association after party. He spun celebrity parties for everyone; Wimer Valderamma to Wu-Tang; Sean Kingston to Ovechkin.
His style? Tribal house with a flare for pop. His latest mix, ‘oE Summer Prescription’ contains tracks by Swedish House Mafia, Afrojack, Avicii, David Guetta, Yves LaRock, Steve Aoki and more. Everything is layered over the hypnotic pulse of tribal beats.
This Thursday Garcia makes his debut at what is arguably the #1 dance music event in the world, Glow. Voted ‘Best New Venue of 2010’ by Armin van Buuren and David Guetta, Glow at Lima provides the ultimate back drop for George Garcia’s pulsing, crowd friendly, go-crazy beats. It’s about time George truly arrived in DC nightlife!!Tweet