Michael Woods: Sat 8/13/11 [Glow at Fur]

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Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 5:47pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:59pm) Add comments

Michael Woods at Glow Satudays at Fur Nightclub Washingotn DCGLOW Washington DC presents:

Michael Woods

Opening set by Roberto Gonzalez

Saturday August 13, 2011
Fur Nightclub
33 Patterson St NE
Washington D.C., DC
(202) 842-3401

Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

Michael Woods’ Summer Hot Mix with Pete Tong on Radio 1 01/07/11 by michaelwoods

Quick Facts

From: UK

Style: Techno/Tech House/Progressive/Electronica

Famous Tracks: Dynamik, First Aid, No Access, Drop Zone, Domino’s w/ Chris Lake

Best Known For: Turning an iPad into an effects controller, residing at the Ministry of Sound, being named breakthrough artist of 2010 by Markus Schulz and Mark Knight.


About Michael Woods

Ability, originality and accomplishment. In Michael Woods’ short career he has managed to touch on every cornerstone, leaving proof of his musical competence at producing big room, progressive and tech-house tracks, along with a discernible motivation to better the quality of music being distributed. This has not gone unnoticed with DJs like Pete Tong consistently throwing props his way.

From Argentinean & Guyanese decent, he was born and raised in Hackney London which he still calls home and runs his studio from there. Classically trained in a range of instruments at an early age provided Michael with a catalogue of creative skills including the keys (which he learned to play at the tender age of 3), guitar, drums and trumpet, practically making him a one man band. When not in the studio messing around with Logic, developing his craft, he would be found at Pimlico’s Trinity Music College where he contracted a love for musicality, often using his spare time orchestrating with the percussion section of the London Symphony Orchestra.

Earlier achievements include his debut single, “Warrior” released in 2000 and the critically acclaimed remix of Energy 52’s “Café Del Mar”, both of which are still considered as classic’s among DJs and fans alike. But today’s finished products could not sound more different. They carry a deep, driving and delectable collection of electronic sounds, with melodious, cascading synths and hands-in-the-air rush-inducing drops. This is what Michael Woods is renowned for, and has created an individual sound that he is pioneering, making him a stunning example of an artist that flows with, as well as initiates, music’s changes.

Collaborations with the likes of Chris Lake, Funkagenda & Mark Knight conclude as featured tracks on various compilations and act as proof of his skillful production abilities. It’s alliances like these that excite the growing fan base, but are not the sole examples of his talent, as original tracks such as “Nitro”, “Midnight Run”, “Dynamik”, “No Access” and “First Aid” are continually supported.

Alongside an impressive catalogue of tracks on numerous labels including Mau5trap, and Toolroom Records, many established artists such as Underworld, Martin Sloveig and Moguai have hired Michael Woods to renovate their sound into a style which emulates his musical vision, including the Deadmau5 & Chris Lake’s “I Said”, which became the only remixed track featured on the 2010 album, “4×4=12”. In addition, mainstream artists such as Kylie, Estelle, The Ting Tings, The Temper Trap, P Diddy and Ginuwine ft Timbaland & Missy Elliot have all borrowed his insatiable remixing skills, leaving his studio rarely empty. His ability to rework music with an exceptionally sharp ear for quality production has left him in high regard with many artists and labels across the industry, leading to a nomination for ‘Best Remixer’ at this year’s 2011 IDMA’s (International Dance Music Awards).

Michael Woods now borrows some of this growing respect offering it to his label, Diffused Music, which houses applauded tracks from him self and others. The rapidly growing label is another imperative ingredient in furthering the exhilarating Michael Woods history book.

As well as the continuous success of his music, his dexterity as a DJ completes Michael Woods as a dynamic and credible artist. In demand across the globe he plays everywhere from Europe to USA, ending 2010 with a successful USA Tour. Other accomplishments to-date includes a summer residency for Cream at Amnesia in Ibiza (2010), while Deadmau5 invited him on his infamous 2010 UK tour. The latest addition to Michael’s ever increasing list of successes is being crowned the new global resident at one of dance music’s biggest super brands: Ministry of Sound. With industry heavyweights like Fedde Le Grand, Benny Benassi and Mark Knight as his peers, this is yet another triumph for Michael Woods and marks his growing importance in dance music today. After a year of unprecedented success, this residency is another milestone in his career, which sees Michael Woods playing as the face of the Ministry worldwide for a whole host of events, adding his name to the array of esteemed DJ’s that already accompany the Ministry brand and reputation.

For 2011, Michael Woods continues his relationship with Ministry and kick starts a new series of mix compilations for the brand, aptly entitled Ministry of Sound – Residents. Not a first for the artist, after the infamous Amnesia dance-house honoured Michael by asking him to mix one side of the “Amnesia Ibiza Deejay Sessions vol.6” compilation to accompany the Cream summer residency. All are prime examples of the ever growing popularity of Michael Woods, where his presence is always well received by fans and top clubs alike. It is clear that his creativity knows no bounds, and each attainment is just another chapter of this musical characters story.


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Andy Moor w/ tyDi: Saturday 8/6/11 [Glow at Fur]

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Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 5:03pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 7:36pm) Add comments

GLOW Washington DC presents:

Andy Moor


Opening set by Sami

Saturday August 6, 2011
Fur Nightclub
33 Patterson St NE
Washington D.C., DC
(202) 842-3401

Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

Quick Facts

From: Andy – UK | tyDi – Australia

Style: Trance

Famous Tracks: Andy – Daydream w/ Markus Schulz, Air for Life w/ Above & Beyond, She Moves, Faces w/ Ashley Wallbridge, Fake Awake, Yearzero w/ Orkidea, So Much, Nadia Ali – Love Story (Andy Moor Remix), the list goes on. | tyDi – Armin van Buuren feat. Susanna – Forward Motion (tyDi Remix), Never Go Back, Never Go Back, You Walk Away

Best Known For: Andy – Being a monster in the studio… Air for Life, son!!! tyDi – Being the premiere Aussie trance export.

The boys from AVA are coming to Glow to further embed the trance legacy in DC nightlife! Andy Moor’s name rings throughout clubs worldwide. He has been featured on numerous ASOT mixes; has produced banger after banger (including Air For Life w/ A&B, the #19 trance song of all time); and just rocks, plain and simple.

At the age of 17 tyDi was already the resident in Brisbane’s premiere nightclub. Within 4 years he had released on Armada, been featured on multiple compilations from Markus Schulz, and spun an ID&T Sensation event. The rest is history!


About Andy

Grammy-award nominated Andy Moor is a groundbreaking DJ and Producer in the electronic dance music scene. In his illustrious career, Andy has established a distinct, edgy and creative sound that is all his own. This sound, combined with his technical perfection led him to be highly ranked in the DJ Mag Top 100 for the past 6 years. In 2009 he was nominated for the DJ Awards, in 2006 he won “Best D…ance Record” at the International Dance Music Awards, and in 2004 he won “Best Trance Producer” and “Best Trance Track”. Owner of the highly respected AVA Recordings record label, producer of the ‘Moor Music podcast’ and producer & remixer to the star’s, it all started from humble beginnings.

Andy Moor started exploring the potential of his talent early in life – at the tender age of 5, he could already play his first piano piece flawlessly. By age 11 his musical ability furthered to include 6 more instruments. Two years later he spun his first record and by 21 he was playing stages and concerts to thousands. Now, at the 31-year mark, Moor is considered one of the most influential figures in today’s electronic music industry.

Within the past year Andy has rocked the electronic dance music world yet again with his production – “She Moves” featuring the vocals of Carrie Skipper. The track struck chords with fans and critics alike. Its frequent appearance in clubs and on radio shows quickly caused this track to be a favourite to many, quickly raising it to the ranks of previous fan favourites. Shortly thereafter Andy was asked to remix the Signalrunners production “These Shoulders”, a task which he gladly undertook. Other past remixes and collaborations have included the likes of DJ Tiesto, Above & Beyond, Britney Spears, Avril Lavigne, Paul Oakenfold and more.

Despite his rise to prominence in the scene, Andy has remained incredibly grounded, communicating frequently and affably with his fan base through various social networking channels. In the studio Moor has been at the forefront of the rapidly evolving music scene, constantly pioneering new sounds and techniques rather than relying on a tried and tested production formula. When he’s not in the studio or on tour, Andy stays busy running his own record label AVA Recordings, which has remained one of Armada Music’s strongest outlets, consistently releasing the finest in progressive and trance from a talented roster of new and veteran producers including: Ashley Wallbridge, Tydi, David Forbes and Tritonal.

Many new and future AVA releases can be heard on his podcast, “Moor Music”, which has recently undergone a facelift increasing its frequency from monthly to fortnightly. Available through iTunes and with an ever expanding army of loyal followers and subscribers, the tracks are handpicked and mixed to perfection by Andy himself and are a true reflection of what you can expect to hear him play live at any of his shows or concerts across the globe.

This year Andy plans to reduce his tour diary, with the intention to spend some more time in the studio. After his 2005 collaborative album “Explorer” with Tilt received such a positive reaction, plans were put in place for Moor’s own artist album, which fans will be delighted to hear is well under way. Although his tour dates may be temporarily slowing down in order to concentrate on the new album, the future of the Moor legacy shows no signs of stopping anytime soon…


About tyDi

Born and raised on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast in Australia, tyDi has a background of classical theory and contemporary styles, as well as a university degree from the prestigious Conservatorium of Music.

“People ask me why I would bother studying when I’m already doing well in my field – but I believe knowledge is power, and it’s important for me to learn everything I can about sound and my passion in life. Music is powerful on so many levels, I want to learn, to know it inside and out,” tyDi explains.

And learn he did – For two consecutive years tyDi was voted as Australia’s #1 DJ (Sony ITM DJ Poll), as well as being listed highly in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs of the world in both 2009 and 2010. An amazing achievement for someone so young, but this accolade was far from the end of the story. The 23 year old attended the 2010 International Dance Music Awards in Miami where he was presented with the award for ‘Best Breakthrough DJ’ of the world personally by international dance giant Tiesto. He is an internationally touring artist, performing frequently in Australia, Europe, Canada, the US and Asia. Since 2008 tyDi has headlined many of the worlds leading festivals to crowds as big as 40,000 at events such as Sensation, Global Gathering, Godskitchen and the Trance Energy Mainstage in Utrecht, Holland where he played to over 20,000 music lovers.

In late 2009 tyDi launched his own weekly worldwide radio show titled ‘Global Soundsystem’ which has become a successful international name in its own right. Broadcasted in over 20 different countries after just one year, the fast growing success of Global Soundsystem led to one of tyDi’s biggest surprises yet, he announced to his fans that superstar guests Sasha, Paul Oakenfold, Judge Jules, Sander Van Doorn and Markus Schulz would all be joining him to mix and host the 50th episode.

tyDi’s critically acclaimed debut artist album ‘Look Closer’ hit the charts running where it went straight to the number 2 spot on the Australian Dance albums chart, with individual tracks appearing several times in the number one spot on the Beatport downloads chart. In both 2009 and 2010 tyDi mixed his own compilations for Ministry of Sound which were both followed by a 16 date tour for his fans. tyDi’s career as a song writer and producer took off when his first song ‘Meet me in Kyoto’ was signed to the world’s #1 Dj Armin Van Buuren’s record label ‘Armada Music’ at the age of 17. His releases such as ‘You Walk Away’, ‘Vanilla’, ‘Calling’, and ‘Half Light’ have become international favorites in their genre and are featured on compilations worldwide including several albums from Armin Van Buuren and many of the worlds leading DJ’s.

In the remix world, tyDi is known for adding his unique twist to the music of the worlds best with a recent remix for BT’s ‘The light in Things’ impressing so much that it led to the two of them working together on their own original collaborations, and it doesn’t end there! tyDi’s versatility is proven by his ability to produce soundtracks for hard hitting government advertising campaigns, video games, and luxury property developments.

It goes without saying that 2011 is going to be a big year for tyDi. The prospective tours, collaborations and musical productions are endless. Watch this space as tyDi becomes a brand synonymous with world-class dance music.


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Geometrix: Fri 8/5/11 [Pop at Ultrabar]

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Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 2:05pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:58pm) Add comments


DJ Geometrix Original Production & Remixes by DJ Geometrix

Panorama Productions Resident DJ Geometrix is one of DC’s finest. Not only does he hold weekly spots at Pop @ Ultrabar and the hip-hop room at Glow @ Fur; he is also a co-director of the B2R (Back to Rock) Music School’s Beat Refinery in Herndon, VA.


The Vault (House)

You Are The S&M (DBK REBOOT) by DBK
Dirty House Mix by DBK

Ultrabar Nightclub in Washington DC was once a bank, and this is The Vault! In addition to a bar and dance floor, the Vault features a hall lined with couches, sunken chairs and intimate escapes in case you meet the love of your life on a Friday night!


The Bedroom (Latin)

DJ Suelto – Reggaeton Quick Mix May 2011 by DJ SUELTO
BACHATA mix (04.19.10) by DJ SUELTO

DJ Suelto spins every Tuesday at Lima, Wednesday at Barcode and Friday at Ultrabar!

With Mario Salsa on the congas, DJs Suelto and Bomba bring the hype every Friday to The Bedroom at Ultrabar for Pop’s Latin/International party. Whether its bang-out reggaeton or couples moving to the smooth rhythms of salsa and bachata, The Bedroom at Ultrabar Nightclub in Washington DC is a huge weekly draw!



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Joachim Garraud: Thursday 8/4/11 [Glow at Lima]

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Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 2:00pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:50pm) Add comments

GLOW Washington DC presents:

Joachim Garraud

Opening set by Matt Goldman

Thursday August 4, 2011
Lima Lounge
1401 K Street NW
Washington D.C., DC
(202) 789-2800

Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

Quick Facts

From: France

Style: Electro

Famous Tracks: We Are the Future, Street Sound, Rock the Choice, The World is Mine, Are You Ready, Sharam – The One (Guetta and Garraud Remix)

Best Known For: Invading earth from beyond and experimenting on humans with electro and that bad ass keytar!

Joachim Garraud brings his Space Invaders party back to Glow at Lima Lounge, Washington DC for another round of extraterrestrial action. The last time around he brought presents too! There’s nothing better than seeing a guy DJ and jam out on a keyboard guitar at the same time! Garraud is one of the world’s best and it’s obvious why.


About Joachim

Born in Nantes on September 27th, 1968

After having perfectionned his piano and percussions for seven years at the conservatory, he decided to move toward electronic music.
long with Laurent Garnier, he started as a DJ as the Boy, the Parisian club that first initiated the discovery of the techno phenomenon in France. He then successfully tried some music production with Maxximum radio station, number one national 100% dance radio station (CTL group).

Becoming the pioneer of numerical music, he created with Jean-Charles Carré his own recording studio in the middle of Paris, which allowed him to remix, compose or produce artists such as David Guetta, Jean-Michel Jarre, Paul Johnson, Deep Dish, David Bowie, OMD, Kylie Minogue, Mylène Farmer, Cassius, Ceronne, Moby, Robbie Rivera… and many more.

Joachim developed a new concept, blending Deejaying and musical improvisation, thus giving a true concert, a unique live performance which soon gave him the opportunity to perform all over the World.
oday, he is surrounded by a big community with the Space Invader mascot.

JOACHIM GARRAUD. Quelques dates. Quelques Chiffres :

1989 > DJ at The Boy in Paris, and on Maxximum radio station.

1991 > First rave in Moscow, the Youri Gagarine Party, which brought 300 000 people together.

1993 à 1997 > Manchester Techno Festival, Berlin. DJ at The QUEEN (Paris).

1999 > DJ in front of an emormous TV audience of 2.4 billion viewers, on December 31st, live from the Cairo pyramids. He also produced the sound for Jean-Michel Jarre’s performance and album, “Metamorphoses”.

2000 > Creation of the GUMPROD label, in association with David Guetta and Jean-Charles Carré.

2001 > Co-writer and co-producer of David Guetta’s album, “Just a little more love”: 200.000 copies sold in France, and also of the single “Love don’t let me go”, #1 of the top club tracks during 12 weeks, with 500.000 discs sold in France for that single.

2003 > Remixes for Kylie Minogue, OMD, Cassius, Cerrone and production the album Geyster (I love 1984), of the single “Money” by David Guetta and of the album “Guetta Blaster 2004”.

2004 > Release of “People”, a movie with over 1 hour of music co-composed and produced by Joachim Garraud.
Production of Jean-Michel Jarre’s “AERO”, first album mixed in 5/1.
Release of “The World is Mine”: Joachim Garraud co-wrote and produced this track with David Guetta.
Beginning of the collaboration with Pioneer Japan for the development of new machines.

2005 > Creation of the “F*** Me I’m Famous records” label with David Guetta.
Remix of “Fuck them All”, a single by Mylène Farmer. 10-day DJ Tour in China and Japan.
Release of “Summer Moon”, in collaboration with Tim Deluxe, Bob Sinclar and David Guetta.
Remixes for Moby, Robbie Riviera, Culture Club, Cerrone, Eurythmics.
b Double “Golden Disc” in France for the Guetta Blaster album, which sold over 200.000 copies.

2006 > Joachim Garraud and David Guetta were nominated at the Grammy Awards as composers of the best remix of the year.
Joachim Garraud’s Zemixx and Live Video podcasts got ranked 1st and 2nd on the iTunes Music Store France Podcast Chart.
He was the only French DJ who performed at the Love Parade in Berlin, in front of over 1 million people.

2007 > Joachim was the main host of the Technoparade in Paris, which broke the record of attendance. He was the only DJ to have his own float, which allowed him to invite Oliver Huntemann, Laidback Luke, Benni Benassi, Dj Sender and David Guetta. he forum Joachimgarraud.com is the most visited in the Electronic Music category, with 300.000 unique visitors per month.
Signed his maxi, “Street’s Sound”, at Joia Records (Label of the Swedish House Mafia).
b Won the 2007 Night Trophy, as Best French DJ.
f0 Chosen as Best Electro DJ of the year in October, at the Burn FG DJ Awards.
2008 > Zemixx , a 60 mins non stop mix , weekly radio show now available in English each week for free

February : DJ Mag Party in Ukraine
Biggest festival in France : Inox with Sven Vath, Ritchie Hawtins, Jeff Mills and many more
Live at Stade de France with carl cox, tiesto, guetta, martin solveig ( 5 july 2008 ) 45.000 people.

> First Solo Album “Invasion” with the complete new process
Launch of “CD on Demand” Each Lp is unique and delivered at home. For the first time, anybody can do his own design, artwork, and playlist.

Summer Tour : for the first Time a French DJ produced 11 shows outdoor only with a real audio video concert.
This is the INVASION Show. 35 people are on this tour working everyday for this summer tour.

DJ Resident @Space Ibiza, Headliner for 11 nights, each Monday for Monday’s Calling from June to September
2nd best entry into DJ mag Top 100 , #27
October : Closing Party Space, Ibiza.
November : Are U Ready, first Single, Number One Chart Club in France.
The Box Invasion = 8CD audio+2DVD released at 2000 copies are sold in few days in France. Live@Virgin Megastore Paris, on the Champs Elysées.
December : Remix for Federico Franchi, Dabruck and Klein, Roman Salzger, Laidback Luke.

2009 >
January : Best French Producer and DJ 2008 , Only For Dj’s Magazine.


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Shadow Room

Shadow Room, Washington DC

  • Venue Type: Hi-Tech Exclusive Lounge
  • Estimated Size: 300 people
  • Amenities: Touch Screen Tablets, VIP Tables, Song Request, Drink Order via Phone, Private Events, More Under “Venue Overview” Below
  • Cover Charge: $10-20 (Get in FREE: See “Get Hooked Up” section at bottom)
  • Hours: Wednesday/Thursday: 10p – 2a, Friday: 9p – 3a, Saturday: 10p -3a, Sunday: 10p – 2a
  • Dress Code: Upscale, dressy
  • Age Requirement: 21+
  • Location: Northwest, near Foggy Bottom
  • Address: 2131 K St NW Washington DC 20037. (202) 887 1200
  • Website: www.shadowroom.com
  • Atmosphere: Ultra-luxurious meets ultra-modern. Shadow Room is a Las Vegas inspired lounge strongly focused on providing the best service available, anywhere. Unique technical innovations and a courteous staff make it all possible.
Venue Overview

To ensure the best experience possible, Shadow Room offers guest list, special occasion, and membership options via shadowroom.com. Walk into Shadow Room and you will instantly recognize that a unique experience is in the near future. Instantly recognizable is a minimalistic approach at modern luxury. While keeping a design highlighting clean lines and avoiding clutter, minimalistic (in this case) doesn’t mean less, but so much more. Ornate chandeliers adorn 22-foot ceilings for a luscious experience while intelligent lighting and an impressive sound system keep it interesting. Attention to detail is paramount and is even observed in the material chosen for VIP couches (a leather specifically designed to be danced on).

Tablet Bottle Menu

A unique tablet by Nteract at your VIP table ensures you will never get thirsty, or bored. (Website Screenshot)

Generally, when a club is packed, ordering a drink can be a hassle at best. Luckily, Shadow Room has a solution which you’re unlikely to see anywhere else in the city. Ever been seated at a VIP table with only a few drops left and no server in sight? Simply access the tablet and order your next bottle or drink: now that’s a solution. The drink ordering system is so sophisticated that it includes an extensive bottle and drink menu so you know exactly what you’re getting before you order and you can do so without screaming for bottle service. It’s also easy to see how much you’re spending. While it can’t keep you from getting crazy, an itemized bill available at all times is a nice reassurance. Dull moments are unlikely but many tables feature technology innovations including PS3 and XBox, satellite TV, and others. Wanted to scream at the DJ repeatedly to play your favorite song? Well, they probably wouldn’t like that but, feel free to request away remotely straight from the same pad you ordered drinks one. Not seated at a table? Customers can still order drinks and more via their mobile device here. A text is sent when your drink is ready and any breaks in partying are kept to a minimum.

Shadowroom Venue

While innovation and good looks are important to any venue, sometimes the “vibe” is most important. Shadow Room attracts an upscale crowd that knows how to have a good time. It should be noted that there is a focus on tables which occupy a large portion of the space, but that’s essentially part of a premium lounge’s DNA. There is still ample room for dancing and the crowd really knows how to party. Go to kick back at a table with a few friends or go to dance like the end of the world is coming. Either way, Shadow Room will fit your needs.

  • Thursdays feature Hip-Hop.
  • Fridays bring mashups and more including House, Top 40, and Hip-Hop with DJ Phlipz.
  • Saturdays mix it up from the regular with Top 40, Rock, and Hip-Hop brought to you by DJ George Garcia.
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  • Table Reservations: Click Here.
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Nervo: Fri 7/29/11 [Pop at Ultrabar]

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The sisters who penned David Guetta and Kelly Rowland’s “When Love Takes Over” and Armin van Buuren’s “Not Giving Up On Love” are headed to Ultrabar for a preview to Identity Fest!!

Abel Ramos: Thurs 7/28/11 [Glow at Lima]

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Monday, June 20, 2011, 9:20pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:58pm) Add comments
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When David Guetta needed a remixer, he went to Abel Ramos. When they asked Roger Sanchez who the breakthrough artist of 2009 was, he said Abel. The Spanish house artist arrives at Glow on 7/28/11!!

DJ Dirty Hands: Fri 7/22/11 [Pop at Ultrabar]

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Monday, June 20, 2011, 9:14pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:58pm) Add comments

Arguably the best DJ in DC, at one point Dirty Hands was raking in as much money spinning local parties as first year associates make at Willkie Farr!

Sundress Party: Sat 7/16/11 [Ladies Night at Ultrabar]

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Monday, June 20, 2011, 8:19pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:58pm) Add comments

Summer is in the air, the sun is shining bright, and it’s the perfect time to try on that sundress that’s been collecting dust! Light and flowy doesn’t need to mean plain and boring, it can be cute and sexy. Join us and don’t forget your free drink at the open bar (9-10pm 21+).

Cosmic Gate w/ Wippenberg: Sat 7/16/11 [Glow at Fur]

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Monday, June 20, 2011, 8:17pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 8:20pm) Add comments

DC nightlife favorites and dance music pimps Cosmic Gate have returned, and they brought a friend! Everyone knows Wippenberg from Chakalaka and his Needs to Feel remix. We’re too excited!

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