Kyau & Albert | Saturday January 8 | Fur

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Kyau vs Albert at Club Glow Washington DCGLOW Washington DC presents:

Kyau & Albert

Opening Set by Des McMahon
(Recoverworld, Mondo)

Saturday, January 8 2011
Fur Nightclub
33 Patterson St NE Washington DC
Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+
(202) 842-3401

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From: Germany
Style: Trance
Famous Tracks: Velvet Morning, Falling Anywhere, Made of Sun, Walk Down, Kiksu, Always a Fool
Best Known For: Being one of the top trance acts in the world.
DJ Mag Rank: 40

Audi, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Porsche, Kyau & Albert. German engineering at its finest.

Celebrated as one of the most accomplished and musical partnerships within the trance community for many years, DJ Mag’s #40 recently took their biggest steps yet towards mainstream exposure. With remixes of British icon Bent, Faithless f. Dido and a legendary collaboration with Above & Beyond, ze Germans continue to spread euphoric bliss wherever they land.

K&A’s productions are bigger and more music-driven than ever. Along with their classic club thrillers, 2010’s ‘Painkillers’ and ‘Once In A Life’ crossed over to fans of acts like Coldplay and Keane.

If you claim to love trance there are no excuses. We better see all you Glow-heads out in full force!!!



2009 Kyau & Albert began the year with the release of their album ‘Best of 2002-2009’. They received the International Dance Music Award at the Miami Winter Music Conference for their single ‘Hide & Seek’ and were also praised with the prestigious Beatport Music Award for their remix of Cressida’s ‘6AM’. Having performed in 26 countries, they spent more days in airports and airplanes than ever before in their career. The single ‘I Love You’ wrapped up a fantastic year for Kyau & Albert.

2008 Their outstanding remix of Cressida’s ‘6AM’ was the best selling trance track of 2008 on Beatport, the leading online electronic dance music store. Marc Marberg joined the duo for a hot double collaboration ‘Neo Love/Orange Bill’ with ‘Orange Bill’ accompanied by a very clever and entertaining music video. Their remix of ‘Out of the Sky’ by Lange was yet another masterpiece popular across the global dance floor and having proved themselves as the remix masters, they were honoured in having the privilege of remixing Paul van Dyk’s single ‘Complicated’. Although it was the busiest year of their career, they also managed to release their hit single ‘Hide & Seek’ and due to popular demand, their sensational monthly radio show Euphonic Sessions was made available as a podcast through iTunes.

2007 Euphonic celebrated its tenth anniversary. To toast the label’s continued success in the electronic dance music arena, Kyau & Albert embarked on a global tour to commemorate their decade of dance. Their collaboration ‘Megashira’ with Marc Marberg was huge on the dance floor and they also released two more superb singles ‘Always a Fool’ and ‘7 Skies’.

2006 With a slight change in their name from Kyau vs. Albert to Kyau & Albert, ‘Walk Down/Kiksu’ was released as a double single. ‘Walk Down’ featured an associated music video and ‘Kiksu’ proved to be incredibly popular across the global dance floor. Their impressive second artist album ‘Worldvibe’ was released internationally. The first single from that album ‘Are You Fine?’ became their most successful release.

2005 ‘Made of Sun/Falling Anywhere’ was released as a double single in Germany on Euphonic and in the United Kingdom on Anjunabeats. This release was a global club hit and their biggest success to date. The mix compilation ‘Positive Ways 4’ was released later that year. Their album ‘Here We Are Now’ was also released in the United States of America, Russia and throughout Asia bringing Ralph and Steven many more new fans. As well as doing remixes for Schiller and OceanLab, they continued touring globally and commenced work on their second artist album.

2004 ‘Velvet Morning’ was released as a single on Anjunabeats in the United Kingdom and their next single ‘Not with You’ featuring Julie Lutat entered the German Singles Charts at #93. Their debut album ‘Here We Are Now’ was released in Germany after much anticipation. However, it was their remix of ‘Jump the next Train’ by Young Parisians which became an instant success and propelled them in to the international arena. Despite the growing number of requests for remixes by other artists such as Armin van Buuren or Ridgewalkers, Ralph and Steven focused on producing remixes of the singles ‘Made Of Sun’ and ‘Falling Anywhere’ from their debut album.

2003 ‘Review’ was the first compilation released by Kyau vs. Albert, showcasing their productions and remixes to date. Their next single ‘Velvet Morning’ entered the German Singles Charts at #74.

2002 ‘Save Me’ was finally released. It entered the German Singles Charts at #44. The demand by other artists for their remixes increased which kept Ralph and Steven incredibly busy during their weekly performances.

2001 Kyau vs. Albert released their single ‘Outside’ together with a music video played across German and European television. Paul van Dyk was a big fan of the single, playing it during his live sets. He eventually invited Ralph and Steven for an interview on his popular radio show. ‘Outside’ was a radio hit and entered the German Singles Charts at #74. Numerous remix requests followed from artists such as KayCee and Kosheen as well as further requests for television appearances. Despite Ralph and Steven having performance bookings every weekend, they worked hard to complete their single ‘Save Me’.

2000 The single ‘Great/Loebau’ entered the German Dance Music Charts in January, promoted by several German radio stations. WEA Records of Warner Music Germany was incredibly impressed with Kyau vs. Albert and commenced a three year deal with the duo.

1999 Using the pseudonym Moebius AG, Ralph and Steven produced a house track ‘Do what I want’ which became a massive club hit. It entered the German Dance Music Charts without any promotion by Euphonic.

1998 Although Ralph and Steven continued to produce tracks individually under various pseudonyms, they became an increasingly popular live act when performing as Kyau vs. Albert. ‘We Come In Peace’ was their first compilation released on Euphonic.

1997 In March Ralph and Steven established the record label Euphonic. Rough Mullar aka Sonorous and Ronski Speed were signed to the record label shortly after its establishment, which proved to be a solid foundation for their expression of new and creative musical ideas.

1996 Ralph and Steven became formally known as ‘Kyau vs. Albert’ and released their first single ‘Let me in’. They combined both of their small studios and established a music production company.

1995 Upon discovering they both had similar creative ideas, Ralph and Steven commenced producing music together. This included live performances.

1994 Ralph established Harmony Recordings together with DJ Shandy. Mirco de Govia was the first artist signed to the record label. Ralph met Steven Moebius Albert who had also been experimenting in producing electronic music.

1990-1993 Ralph Kyau began experimenting with the production of electronic music, performing his tracks live at several underground techno parties. He released his first record ‘Modulation Experiments’ at the end of 1993.


DC Clubs - DJ SceneDC CLUBS – Experience one hell of a crazy show with DJ Scene, a pro battle DJ from Vegas with an impressive history, this Friday at Ultrabar! Check out the pictures from the last time DJ Scene played at POP at Ultrabar

He’ll be throwing down on the main floor putting out a crazy set of Dance, Top 40, and Hip Hop. He also throws down plenty of 80’s, mashups, and ridiculous mixes! DJ Scene is known for being the ’02 Northwest DMC Champion, his weekly radio shows on WILD 94.9 in San Fransisco, Kube 93.3, and XM channel 67!

Vegas Pop also means A CRAZY BOTTLE SPECIAL GAMBLE! If you’ve booked a table, you can order an additional bottle during the night with a 50/50 chance of getting it for FREE!

Here’s how it works: You buy a bottle at regular menu price, we serve it, and then we flip a coin!  If you make the right call, we’ll go back and credit your tab covering the price of that bottle! (up to $300 per bottle).  Make the wrong call, nothing bad happens!  (Bottle stays on your tab at regular price as normal.)  You just can’t lose!

DJ Scene tearing up the main floor at Ultrabar, December 2010

DJ Scene holds up a toast to the crazy crowd at Ultrabar Nightclub DC

Ultrabar nightclub features 6 bars, 4 dancefloors, and 4 djs to really fire up the night. Take a look at the lineup!

Main Floor: DJ SCENE (opening set by DJ Geometrix)
Top 40, Mashups, Hip Hop

POP Floor (Vault): DJ Maskell
Pop Dance, Pop House, Techno

Bedroom (2nd Floor): NV & Bomba
Latin Music, Reggaeton, etc.

Chroma (3rd Floor): DJ Spaz
Mashups, Dance, House

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Morgan Page at GlowGLOW Washington DC presents:

Morgan Page

Opening Set by Roberto Gonzalez

Thursday, January 6 2011
Lima Restaurant & Lounge
1401 K St NW Washington DC
(202) 789-2800
Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

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From: USA (Vermont)
Style: progressive, vocal house
Famous Track: The Longest Road
Best Known For: Grammy nominations in 2008 and 2011

Fresh off a 2011 Grammy nomination for his remix of Nadia Ali – Fantasy (click the music tab for the music video!), American progressive dance master Morgan Page is starting 2011 off with a bang at Lima Lounge!!!

The highly sought after producer and remixer – whose recent remixes include tracks for Adam Lambert, La Roux, Madonna, and Katy Perry – has developed a style all his own, merging punchy beats with strong melodies and structure that connects with dance music veterans and newcomers alike.

With everything from La Roux to Avicii and Sebastian Ingrosso; Afrojack to Way out West and Dresden & Johnston in his set lists, Morgan Page brings a flare for the smooth, progressive, melodic style of dance music taking over the world!



With over 110 remixes to his name—including tracks by Madonna (“Miles Away”), Katy Perry (“I Kissed A Girl”), Tegan & Sara (“Back In Your Head”), and La Roux (“Bulletproof”)—Morgan Page has earned a solid reputation for transferring insatiable pop energy to the dance floor in the form of banging, progressive house tracks. High ranking spots on iTunes’ dance chart, Beatport’s progressive chart, and Billboard’s club charts affirmed his salability, while an ’09 Grammy nomination for Deadmau5’s remix of Page’s “The Longest Road” simultaneously bolstered his underground cred while spotlighting his skills as a songwriter.

Page released his first official full-length album in 2008. Entitled Elevate, it featured remixes of music by The Submarines, Dengue Fever, Nelly Furtado, Delerium, and others, along with a small handful of Page’s originals. It was the perfect calling card for a producer well steeped in vocal re-rubs, but eager to imprint his own unique mark upon dance music.

Earlier this year, Page released Believe, a powerful, captivating album that makes good on his International Dance Music Awards nomination as Best Breakthrough Artist, and typifies his journey from bootleg remixer to award-winning producer and world renown DJ.

“Believe took a year and a half to make, but it was worth it!” says Page. “I went to great lengths to make songs I felt will last a long time, and to create an album you want to listen all the way through. It’s easily my best work so far.”

As a college student and mix show radio DJ in Burlington, Vermont, Page learned to navigate the space between pop music’s accessibility and the heady minimalism of progressive house early on. At the age of 18 he was nominated for Boston Music Award, and early in his career produced a remix of “Angels,” a track by seminal trip-hop band Wax Poetic, featuring the vocals of one Norah Jones. The dance community was quick to catch on, and his first instrumental tracks were signed to taste-making imprints like John Digweed’s Bedrock, Satoshi Tomiie’s Saw Recordings, and James Zabiela’s Hearing Aid. In 2003, he made the move to Los Angeles.

“I was juggling remixes with a day job, then brewing coffee at midnight,” says Page, “burning the candle at both ends and saving money so I could write music full-time.”

The landscape dramatically shifted for Page when he released a now infamous collection of bootleg remixes in 2005 entitled Cease And Desist. Without the help of master tapes (or label permission) he extracted a cappellas and signature melodies from tracks by David Bowie, Coldplay, Imogen Heap, Esthero, and The Kills with surgical precision, then rounded out the sound with luminous instrumentation and blazing beats. His undulating progressive feel and strict attention to kit detail—never the same kick drum twice, ever—was a perfect compliment to the larger than life vocal hooks. Dance music blogs like Resident Advisor and Beatportal took note, and Page’s own server continually crashed under the weight of the mix’s download traffic.

“It was like going to boot camp,” says Page of the arduous process behind creating Cease And Desist. “It was a great way of getting good at editing with limited resources, and it got out to so many people. You just didn’t know who was listening to it.”

Everyone from DJs and producers to managers, agents, and of course fans got their hands on the album, and its underground success helped pave the way for music future placements in television shows like Samantha Who? and Melrose Place, as well as cutting edge campaigns and in-stores for Bebe, Chanel, and Sephora. With his resume and repertoire quickly expanding, Page struck again with the release of Elevate, an album that KCRW DJ and electronic music pundit Jason Bentley described as “a breakthrough collection of original music and remixes” full of “subtle electronics and thoughtful songs.” Jo-Anne Greene from All Music Guide was even more forthright in her praise, referring to Page as “a man fast becoming a legend.”

Having long jettisoned his status as an up-and-comer, Page is ready to step into the next phase of his career, firmly joining the ranks of established “triple threat” DJs, producers, and remixers like Kaskade, Deadmau5, and Eric Prydz. It’s no surprise that the dance music scene is already buzzing about Believe.

“Fight For You” is the album’s first single, and is already being supported by world class DJs like Tiësto, Armin van Buuren, Above and Beyond, Dave Dresden, and Hernan Cattaneo. Bolstered with impassioned lyrics and swift, clean guitars, the track embodies Believe’s fragile yet faithful feel, pushing through wistful cinematic shades to the promise of something better up ahead.

“Believe is very dark, but I’m not a dark person at all,” Page explains. “I just lean towards these specific chords and melodies. Melancholy with a little bit of hope.”

The Pete Yorn cover “Strange Condition,” a simple, spatial arrangement that highlights Page’s ability let his vocalists control the direction of a song, and not be driven towards emotional peaks and valleys by just synths and bass. Page uses a similarly subtle approach on “Tell Me Why,” featuring the velveteen vocals of Télépopmusik’s Angela McCluskey. Elsewhere, Page enlists the talents of Matt Alber on “Agnus Dei” and Gabriel & Dresden alum Jan Burton on “Traces Remain” and the raucous “I’ve Had Friends.” On the moody “In The Dark,” Page himself takes a turn on the mic at the urging of another G&D contributor, Molly Bancroft, who was initially tapped to provide the vocals. For Page, it was simply the next logical progression in his maturation as a producer.

“I want to work with singer/songwriters who have depth to their lyrics, and I’m trying to bring influences in from other genres,” says Page. “It’s tragic to see all the tracks on Beatport that are just made for clubs. They’re great for what they are, but it’s not necessarily something you want to have in your car on repeat, or listen to again in 10 years. This album is really a reflection of myself, and I want these songs to last a long time.”


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Washington DC New Year’s Eve Parties are getting closer, and now’s the time to decide where to go and how to celebrate your 2011!  To make you life easier, we’ve narrowed it down to the best four parties!

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Ultra New Year’s Eve at Ultrabar Nightclub DC (21+)
If you’re looking for a nicer nightclub to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Washington DC, but don’t want to skimp on the intensity, look no further than Ultrabar! Its a 21+ event in a great space with 6 bars spread across 5 floors and 4 DJs. Its the home of the party for those looking to ring in the new year with an intense party! See complete party details…

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Midnight Balloon Drop at Ultrabar Nightclub DC on New Year's Eve

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POP New Year's Eve at Fur Nightclub w/DJ Chachi

POP New Year’s Eve at Fur Nightclub w/DJ Chachi (18+)
Its a massive 18+ New Year’s Eve DC party at Fur Nightclub, one of the largest clubs in the area! Featuring 4 immense dance floors, ten bars, two vips, and three DJs, its guaranteed to be absolutely wild! With special guest DJ Chachi kicking it up a notch, other New Years Eve Parties in DC just can’t compete!  See complete party details…

The main floor at Fur Nightclub Washington DC

The main floor at Fur Nightclub Washington DC

New Years Eve Gala at Barcode DC

New Years Eve Gala at Barcode DC

New Year’s Eve Gala at Barcode Lounge DC (21+)
Barcode provides a completely different atmosphere for celebrating New Year’s Eve in DC, combining the energy and partying of New Year’s Eve with the relaxing yet upscale Bar and Lounge experience that’s made Barcode famous! Its the perfect spot for those who want to rock out on NYE in DC without dealing with loud music, long lines, and big club feel. See complete party details…

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Masquerade New Year’s Eve at Lima Lounge DC (21+)
The most elite New Years Eve DC Party is held at Lima Lounge DC, complete with an exquisite full 3 or 5 course dinner, VIP tables, and of course a full size party on the main floor! Masquerade costume attire is encouraged for the party! The full experience includes wine-and-dine night, followed by the big party and the midnight champagne toast! See complete party details…

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Ferry Corsten at Club Glow Washington DCGLOW Washington DC presents:

Ferry Corsten

Opening Set by Roberto Gonzalez

Saturday, May 22 2010
Fur Nightclub
33 Patterson St NE Washington DC
Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

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Now on his second US tour of the year, Ferry has also played the Creamfields tour and across Asia and South America. Even at this stage in his career, he’s discovering new things, stepping into uncharted territory and enjoying every minute of it.

“One of the unexpected highlights was when I played in Syria,” he explains. “I didn’t really know what to expect. They rarely have DJs play over there, so it was on a tennis court with a clubhouse next to it in the middle of the desert. It was great. The crowd was chaotic – in a good way.”

Playing to music lovers where the number of club events fall drastically short of somewhere like Europe or the UK, for example, is always destined to garner a rapturous response but this one made Ferry’s year.

While Ferry is still very much willing to lay down the sort of up-tempo big-room trance vibes he is best known for, a recent engagement with the deeper, more melodic side of house music has lead him to slot the odd 128/130BPM record into his sets.

“House music can be warmer, groovier and still have a party feel,” says Ferry. “Trance is much more melodic, so it is great that those two genres are really meeting each other at the moment. It creates a lot of space for everybody.”

A greater willingness to feed more gradual, slow-burning vibes into the mix has been spurred by the recent production of part two of his ‘Once Upon A Night’ mix series; a release that, as the title suggests, sets out to take the listener on a musical journey.


Amid an arsenal of flashing lights, mesmerizing pyrotechnics, ascending fireworks and pulsating beats, tens of thousands of people are singing at the top of their lungs to his classic productions and latest hits. They clamor to get as close to the stage as possible at a recent concert to get a better view of the man pulling the strings behind the decks. From Malaysia to Melbourne, Lebanon to Los Angeles, the scene is eerily similar, with dance music fans the world over experiencing the latest show of a living legend. Few DJs can inspire this level of pomp and furor.

But then again, few have reached the levels of Ferry Corsten.

It’s easy to get hyperbolic and excessive when talking about DJs, but with dance music pioneer Ferry Corsten, whose musical productions and DJ sets have combined trance, house, and electro, the facts speak for themselves: Best Producer of the Year (Ericsson Music Awards). Best Trance DJ (Ibiza DJ Awards). And consistently voted as one of the Top 10 DJs in the world for almost a decade according to DJ Magazine. Since his immersion on the scene in the late 1990s, the Dutch musician has amassed best-selling albums, nearly a dozen gold singles, and countless other awards. Still, as longtime fans already know, Corsten has never been one to rest on his laurels.

This DJ/producer, who has just toured with his Twice in A Blue Moon: The Experience show, has played to hundreds of thousands of fans across the globe and has been busier than ever strengthening the link between his own musical production and DJ show elements. Based on his last artist album of the same name (featuring the hugely successful singles “We Belong,” “Radio Crash,” and “Made of Love” and released on Corsten’s own record label Flashover Recordings), the show is just the latest in a career that has melded influential productions with unprecedented live sets. In stark contrast to the typical DJ set that focuses solely on the DJ himself, Blue Moon’s 6-hour plus set sees Corsten as only one part of a grand, visual production, bringing the crowd into the party instead of lecturing and dictating like so many of his peers.

It’s this humility and desire to interact with his fans which has helped propel Ferry Corsten as one of the most sought after DJs in music. A far cry from the usual arrogant spinner that preaches to his crowd from on high, Corsten has enacted a number of projects designed to get his fans as close to the man himself as possible. In 2007, the DJ began “Corsten’s Countdown,” a weekly radio show that sees Corsten highlighting his favorite new tracks by artists both known and unsigned. Keeping in line with his desire for full interaction with his audience, fans can vote on their favorite tracks each week, which determines Corsten’s Countdown Chart, a Top 10 show at the end of each month. In addition, the recently released DVD Ferry Corsten – Backstage follows the artist as he prepares for both the release of his last artist album and his annual legendary “Full On Ferry” event in Rotterdam. In addition, Corsten recently launched, one of the most extensive artist sites that allows subscribers exclusive content and unprecedented access into Corsten’s life.

It’s a life that has been virtually raised on music. As a 9-year old kid growing up in Holland, Ferry Corsten became obsessed with both The Soul Show and Disco Mix Club, shows that specialized in club music and introduced Corsten to deejaying. Cut to the mid-1990s and a wildly prolific Corsten can be found producing two to three releases a week under a dizzying amount of aliases (System F, Gouryella) and record labels before starting Tsunami, his first imprint. His sixth release for the label, the trance anthem “Out Of The Blue,” went Top 20 in the U.K., sparked a massive bidding war for the producer and revolutionized dance music production. Since then, Corsten has remixed tracks from everyone from U2 to Moby to Public Enemy, released three albums under his own name and put out a myriad amount of compilations (Trance Nation, Passport) and singles under various guises.

While the producer is best known for his trance classics, Corsten has also been known to push boundaries creatively and has always been keen to switch up his musical style when the mood hits him. The producer released 2006′s L.E.F., an updated version of the classic electro Corsten loved growing up that earned the #1 spot on iTunes upon its release.

2010 is set to be one of Ferry Corsten’s busiest years yet. In addition to an upcoming album celebrating the 10th anniversary of the ultimate trance anthem “System F: Out of the Blue,” Corsten is busy preparing his latest compilation album with exclusive material and another full-length under his own name with an accompanying grand production tour set to kick off sometime next year.

It’s an ambitious schedule, but one in which Ferry Corsten has built his career on in past years. Someone who has had as many hits, rocked as many dance floors, produced so many classics, as Corsten would be forgiven for taking a hiatus and basking in the accolades. But there are still future classics to be made and people the world over to be entertained. And with a master who has already proven himself time and again running the show, the legend’s career is just starting.

Masquerade New Year’s Eve at Lima Lounge DC

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Tuesday, December 21, 2010, 2:35pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:49pm) Add comments
Lima Lounge DC New Years Eve DC

The most elite New Years Eve DC Party is held at Lima Lounge DC, complete with an exquisite full 3 or 5 course dinner, VIP tables, and of course a full size party on the main floor! Masquerade costume attire is encouraged for the big party! The full experience includes wine-and-dine night, followed by the big party and the midnight champagne toast!

Pop New Years Eve at Fur Nightclub DC

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Tuesday, December 21, 2010, 2:34pm. (Updated: 12/19/13 at 3:17am) Add comments
New Years Eve Washington DC

Its a massive 18+ New Year’s Eve DC party at Fur Nightclub, one of the largest clubs in the area! Featuring 4 immense dance floors, ten bars, two vips, and three DJs, its guaranteed to be absolutely wild! With special guest DJ Chachi kicking it up a notch, other New Years Eve Parties in DC just can’t compete!

Ultra New Year’s Eve at Ultrabar Nightclub DC

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Tuesday, December 21, 2010, 2:30pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 4:19pm) Add comments
DC New Years Eve DC Washington DC

There’s only one place to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Washington DC: Ultrabar! Its a 21+ event in a nicer club with 6 bars spread across 5 floors and 4 DJs. Its the home of the party for those looking to ring in the new year with an intense party!

Joachim Garraud | Thursday December 30 | Lima

DJ Magazine #43: He has remixed, produced and arranged avec David Bowie, Kylie Minogue, MSTRKRFT, Culture Club, Moby, Robbie Rivera and many others. He was one of the first EDM artists in the world to incorporate live instruments into his DJ sets. He plays a keyboard guitar while spinning… nuff said.

Bobina | Saturday December 25 | Fur

DJ Mag #25: It’s been a long time coming. The breakout Russian star is finally spinning the big room. His recent remix of PPK’s Resurrection was all over Armin van Buuren;s ASOT radio show. See you at Fur, vodka in hand of course!!!

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