Think the party stops after the concert on Tuesday 9/7? Think again.

POP is throwing down a crazy post-concert party on Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2010 at Ultrabar!

Featuring Lady Gaga’s opening band, Semi Precious Weapons, and her BFF and DJ, Lady Starlight, this party promises to be the wildest, kinkiest Tuesday night D.C.’s witnessed in a long time.

Expect dirty glam rock with men in high heels – Semi Precious Weapons – and over-the-top bangs and 1970s-era leotards — Lady Starlight — with a splash of Washingtonian POP cultura (“Alejandro!”).

Think Gaga-infused euphoria. Think POP.


POP @ Ultrabar
911 F Street, NW
18+ pay a cover
21+ no cover ’til midnight
Doors open at 9 p.m.

Main Floor: DJ Geometrix
Top 40, mashups, hip-hop

The Vault: DJ Maskell
Pop dance, pop house  

Bedroom (2nd Floor): DJs NV & Bomba
Latin music, reggaeton, etc. 

Chroma (3rd Floor): DJ Spaz
Mashups, dance, house

Eddie Thoneick | Thursday September 30 | Lima

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Thursday, August 26, 2010, 6:18pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:48pm) Add comments

GLOW Washington DC presents:

Eddie Thoneick
eddiethoneick.com

Opening Set by Jon Deke

Thursday September 30, 2010 at Lima Restaurant & Lounge
1401 K St NW Washington DC
Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

Purchase your tickets here!

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“Dentist by day, DJ by night.” Eddie Thoneick has had an amazing run. From a successful dental practice in his native Germany to a successful music career across the globe, there’s not much more the guy could ask for.

A student of the guitar, bass, piano and drums, it’s sort of ridiculous to think where he found the time to go to dental school. Or is it ridiculous he found the time to produce music? Sorry we keep talking about it, it’s just, where have you ever heard of something like this? Seriously… we’ve heard of hobbies, but a hobby that turns you into a world-famous DJ/Producer? You are the man Eddie.

And what makes things that much better is that his music is amazing! And it gets more and more amazing every year. The first time we heard Eddie Thoneick was his track ‘Freak’N You,’ which sampled 90’s R&B crooner Jodeci’s song of the same name. Since that time Eddie has progressed, evolved and reached the tipping point of mega stardom. His slew of releases this year, including the smash hit ‘Live Your Life,’ with Eric Morillo are, each and every one, house music gems.

We’ve seen German trance rise to the occasion through PvD and Cosmic Gate, we’ve seen German techno take flight through M-nus and now Eddie’s soulful yet thumping brand of house will bring Germany’s grip on EDM full circle.
Thursday will be sublime. Don’t miss it!!

Bio

Listening to Eddie Thoneick is akin to being grabbed by a musical whirlwind. Brilliantly crafting rhythms, soaring house vocals and diving, filthy electro beats. Eddie has a passion for the dance floor and the music that surrounds it that goes beyond infectious. Whether it’s ripping it up in the mix or delivering yet another sensational new production, it’s nigh on impossible to sit still once he’s got hold of you.

Although immersed in making music since he can remember, the real break-through for Eddie came in 2006 when his track ‘Love Sensation’ grabbed the attention of the great, the good and the almighty. Going head to head with Kurd Maverick, the pair came up with a dance floor destroyer that received support from the likes of Axwell, Erick Morillo, Pete Tong and Joachim Garraud. Eddie Thoneick was alive and kicking, and he wasn’t about to let go.

2007 saw him team up with emerging Dutch talent Berget Lewis, covering the C&C Music Factory classic, ‘Deeper Love’. Breaking straight into the notoriously hard UK market with all the ease of a hot knife through butter, ‘Deeper Love’ further established Eddie as ‘one to watch’. A title often thrown about with gay abandon but with Eddie, it seems increasingly to be the case. The fact was only underlined when in August of the same year, influential French broadcaster Radio FG gave Eddie his own weekly prime-time slot. Eddie’s sound was suddenly reaching the ears of millions – and there were big names listening. Remix requests began pouring in. Moby, Fedde le Grand, Sebastian Ingrosso & Steve Angello, David Guetta and more came knocking on Eddie’s door to get the unmistakable Thoneick touch.

It was a natural progression then when Eddie signaled his intention to create his own imprint. TONIK-rcrdngs was born and today features Eddie’s own work plus a growing collection of hot talent like Kurd Maverick, David Tort, Dons, DBN, Joachim Garraud, who share the same infectious vision for music as the man himself. The label’s first release ‘Freak N You’ received huge feedback and set the tone for things to come. Now ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ is doing the same, it’s high-octane energetic style bringing in elements of disco, rave, electro and pure uplifting vocal house music that feels like water from an oasis in a desert full of dry tech-elec-minimal nonsense that does nothing for the soul.

With his sound winning him fans in droves, it may have been a startling rise towards the top, but it’s one that shows absolutely no signs of slowing down.

2010 saw the release of Eddie’s track ‘Funk’ on Subliminal Records, the famous imprint of his early supporter Erick Morillo. On top of that, Eddie was invited to mix and arrange the „Strictly Miami 2010“ compilation for Strictly Rhythm. Today Eddie is not only part of the Subliminal Records family as a solo artist, but has even teamed up with label head Erick Morillo for a giant collaboration. The duo’s first output is ‘Nothing Better’, a classy piece of peaktime house music with the divine Shena on the vocals. With more Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick productions in the pipeline and a tour-diary that continues to expand, taking in cities across a landscape of continents from Asia and Australia to North America, South America and Europe, the word lies at Eddie’s feet for the taking.


Max Vangeli | Thursday September 16 | Lima

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010, 7:05pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 6:01pm) Add comments

GLOW Washington DC presents:

Max Vangeli
myspace.com/maxvangeli

Opening Set by RNS

Thursday September 16, 2010 at Lima Restaurant & Lounge
1401 K St NW Washington DC
Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 21+

Purchase your tickets here!

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Max Vangeli is more than up and coming. He’s shared billings with Marco V, Swedish House Mafia, Sidney Sampson, Laidback Luke and Chuckie. He’s poised to blast his way to international stardom. Actually, he’s already done that!! The Eastern European who calls San Fransisco home is back in the US after a huge summer in Ibiza and poised to rock Club Glow.

After being signed to Sebastian Ingrosso’s (Swedish House Mafia) label in 2008, Vangeli released singles through the likes of EMI and Armada. 2010 is turning out to be his hugest year yet, with top songs on Beatport and support from the DJ Mag Top 10.

His style is smooth, bouncy and vocal driven. His antics behind the decks have caused pandemonium. That will happen when you stand on top of your turntables!!

Bio

Max Vangeli is one of the hottest breakthrough electronic artists of 2010. His production roster features remixes for heavyweights such as Steve Angello, Gorillaz, Erick Morillo and Switchfoot as well as original work signed with prestigious house music labels including Size and Refune. His music is played by Superstar DJs worldwide including Swedish House Mafia, Tiesto and David Guetta. No wonder he draws huge crowds at the world’s hottest party destinations like Ibiza, Miami, and London.

Born and raised in Eastern Europe, Max moved to San Francisco in his early teens. Heads turned in 2008 when Pete Tong recognized Max Vangeli’s first single, “Crazed”, which was immediately signed to Chris Lake’s Rising Music label. In 2009, his remixes of Late Night Alumni – Finally Found and Steve Angello – Monday took top spots on Beatport’s Top 100 chart and achieved massive international club and radio support.
Max’s popular partnership with AN21 thrived in 2010 as their collaborative remix to Ellie Goulding – Starry Eyed had the house music industry buzzing for months. Its success secured a spot on a special edition of 2010 BRIT Critics’ Choice Award winner’s debut album “Listen” that reached the #1 spot on the UK Billboard Top 100 Albums Chart. His next Size Records release, “Gama”, was crowned “The Essential New Tune” by Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1 and received widespread support from DJs including Steve Angello, Tiesto, David Guetta, Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell, Dirty South, and Mark Knight. Max’s next single, “Swedish Beauty” was released on Sebastian Ingrosso’s Refune. It took the electronic music world by storm, reaching far into top 100 charts. The track was recognized by numerous radio shows including Tiesto’s Club LIfe and Pete Tong’s Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1.

Presently, In addition to extensive North American and European touring, Max Vangeli is releasing 3 new remixes including the Gorillaz, Switchfoot, Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoenick as well as some special original work in the months to come. Stay tuned, Max Vangeli is coming to get you!


You know what happened when MTV put eight strangers in a house in Washington’s D.C.’s Dupont Circle last year.

But what will happen when we bring cast members from “The Real World: New Orleans” to D.C. for a wild night on the town?

Jemmye Carroll loves to party, wants to legalize marijuana, has a preference for black men and enjoys casual sex with no commitment. She’s from a conservative Southern Baptist community in Mississippi and has six tattoos.

Eric Patrick’s a stand-up comic who considers himself a “fast learner” and holds a job at the State Department. The ladies think he has dreamy eyes and is a ladies man. He says he’s perfected the art of juggling … women.

What will happen when we take this duo out of New Orleans, feed them complimentary booze and give them a license to party?

Find out at POP on Friday, Sept. 10, 2010, at Ultrabar.


POP @ Ultrabar
911 F Street, NW
18+ pay a cover
21+ no cover ’til midnight
Doors open at 9 p.m.

Main Floor: DJ Geometrix
Top 40, mashups, hip-hop

The Vault: DJ Maskell
Pop dance, pop house  

Bedroom (2nd Floor): DJs NV & Bomba
Latin music, reggaeton, etc. 

Chroma (3rd Floor): DJ Spaz
Mashups, dance, house

Sultan & Ned Shepard | Thursday Sept 9 | Glow at Lima

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010, 6:12pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:48pm) Add comments

GLOW Washington DC presents:

Sultan
myspace.com/djsultan bullittbookings.com

Opening Set by George K

Thursday September 9, 2010 at Lima Restaurant & Lounge
1401 K St NW Washington DC
Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 21+

Purchase your tickets here!

Show Preview

Haven’t you always wondered who that house DJ with the crazy dreads was? It’s none other than Sultan! Launching his world-wide career in 2003, he has been featured on most of the major compilation series in house music today. His radio show ‘Connected Live’ is broadcast in over 20 countries.

Sultan’s brand of sexy, underground house is the type of music Lima Lounge was made for. He’s got a little Miami, a little NY, and a lot of that sexy Ibiza flow written all over every set he spins.

Bio

In the highly challenging world of Djs and producers, the name Sultan is one that has made its mark and is here to stay. Launching his international career in 2003 with the release of four of his original productions on “Global Underground 25, Toronto mixed by Deep Dish”, Sultan has continued to impress not only as a producer but also as a DJ. With releases and features on world renown labels and compilations including Yoshitoshi, Shinichi, Bedrock, Tiesto’s “In Search of Sunrise 4”, Paul Oakenfold’s Creamfields, Dave Seaman’s “Renaissance Masters”, Deep Dish’s “George Is On”, Sharam’s “Global Underground 29: Dubai” and Armin Van Buuren’s ASOT amongst may others, Sultan continues to evolve and set musical trends in the dance scene today.

Signing on to Bullitt Bookings in the winter of 2006, Sultan has proven that production is just one half of the talent that he is. Having toured the world, playing the world’s best clubs including Space (Miami), Pacha (Ibiza), Ministry of Sound (London) and Warung Beach (Brazil) while maintaining a residency at Stereo (Montreal), Sultan released his debut worldwide compilation “Yoshitoshi Montreal” in 2007, which made its way to number 4 on the Itunes Top 10 Dance Album Charts.

Pressing forward, Sultan launched his monthly radio show “Connected Live” in 2007 which has featured special guests including Sharam, Dubfire, Nic Fanciulli, Danny Howells, Desyn Masiello to name a few, and is currently one of the most listened shows syndicated to over 20 internet and FM radio stations.

Continuing on his reign of successful underground and mainstream releases including “Deep Dish vs Dire Straits – Flashing for Money” (Sultan Club/Radio Mix), hailed as being the worlds first ever legally cleared mash up/remix garnering praise from the electronic dance scene as well as rock legends Dire Straits and Sting, Sultan embarks upon 2008 with even bigger projects and releases that are sure to turn heads on dance floors this summer. With the highly anticipated release of his remake of Olivia Newton John’s classic 80s hit “Lets get physical”, which made its way to number 19 on coolcutz charts and is on rotation on FM and Satellite radio worldwide, Sultan has also worked closely with Nadia Ali (formerly of IIO) writing and producing four songs on her forthcoming album, as well as touring with Nadia playing guitars for her live show

To top it all off, Sultan has also recently launched his own record label, Harem Records, with production partner Ned Shepard. Already having released 3 consecutive releases, which have all made their way to the top ten progressive chart on beatport, Harem hails to be a record label that Is sure to stand out amongst the leaders in today’s digital scene.

With summer a few months away, you can catch Sultan on tour in North America, South America and Europe. Also keep an eye out for future releases from Sultan including “Jeopardy” on Shinichi which was a smash hit at the WMC this year, Sultan & Ned Shepard’s Remix of Julie Dennis’s cover of the classic “Fever” by Peggy Lee on Harem Records, “Did We” on Paul Van Dyk’s Label “Vandit” and Sultan & Ned Shepard’s Remix of Nadia Ali’s “Crash and Burn” already heavily supported by David Guetta and Armin Van Buuren.
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As a Producer, DJ, remixer, songwriter, and musician, Ned Shepard has much
to offer to the world of electronic music. Playing piano from the early age of
5, Ned has become known for his songwriting touch, crafting songs that stay with
you well past the first listen. In the fall of 2000, he met Marcus Bacalis and
the two formed Digital Witchcraft. The next three years saw the duo release
groundbreaking melodic breakbeat tracks, most notably “Fingerpaint” on Proton
Music and The “Snowday” E.P. on Institution Breaks.

In 2002, Ned began working with Sultan, and their first project, entitled
“Strange Dimensions”, was released by John Digweed’s Bedrock Breaks label under
the name Jiva. Since then the two have released dozens of original productions
and remixes on numerous labels across the UK, Europe and North America. In 2006,
Ned joined Sultan as a regular artist on Deep Dish’s renowned Yoshitoshi Records
with “Connected” and the guitar-laden “Together We Rise,” both included on
Sharam’s highly successful “Global Underground 029: Dubai” CD’s, Armin Van
Buuren’s State of Trance and Dave Seaman’s Renaissance Masters compliation.

In 2008, Ned and Sultan launched their label, Harem Records, where their
original productions continue to top the charts and receive prasie from DJ’s of
all different styles around the globe. Ned and Sultan have turned out a string
of successful singles including a cover of Olivia Newton John’s 1 hit “Let’s Get
Physical,” “Block Party” and the vocal anthem “Jeopardy,” In addition Ned has
become in high demand as a remixer, reworking tunes from the likes of Dirty
Vegas, Cedric Gervais, Paul Harris & Cevin Fisher, and Second Sun. Ned and
Sultan also host Harem Sessions, a radio show which airs quarterly on
friskyRadio.

Never one to focus only on club music, Ned co-wrote and produced four tracks for
the upcoming debut solo album for renowned vocalist Nadia Ali (formerly of IIO)
as well as remixing her first two singles “Crash n Burn” and “Love Story.” In
addition, Ned has joined Nadia on tour, as her official opening DJ as well as
playing keyboards during the live show. The last two years has seen them play
shows across the Middle East, Europe, and South America, from the Arctic Circle
to the desert. In addition, Ned continues to DJ in Montreal and around the
world, having already played alongside top DJ’s such as Tiesto, Deep Dish, Paul
Van Dyk, and Sander Kleinenberg.

Whether it’s behind the decks, in the studio or at a keyboard, Ned is always
dedicated to delivering quality music to fans and clubbers around the world.


Semi Precious Weapons + Lady Starlight at POP! :: TUESDAY 9/7 @ Ultrabar

Join Semi Precious Weapons and Lady Starlight for an After-Party following their appearance with Lady Gaga at the Monster Ball! Pop Nightlife brings you this special Tuesday Night Event at Ultrabar Nightclub on 9/7!

Roberto & Jon Deke | Sat Sept 4 | Glow at Fur

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010, 5:38pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 6:01pm) Add comments
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Glow residents Roberto Gonzalez and Jon Deke know what you want to hear. Whether it’s electro, dirty dutch, progressive house or trance, the two of them have got you covered.

Victor Calderone is one of the most celebrated NY DJs ever. He was the first artist ever to be commissioned by Sting for a remix. Madonna began working with Vic in 1998 and they have done 9 tracks together. He has also worked with Beyonce, Whitney Houston and Janet Jackson. Need we say more? Calderone is the real deal.

Reality TV Star Jon Gosselin comes to DC at POP! Fri Aug 27th at Ultrabar!

Reality TV personality Jon Gosselin’s got a new tattoo, a newgirlfriend and a new six-pack — and he’s ready to show all of them off Friday, Aug. 27, at PoP @ Ultrabar.

Top 5 reasons to check out College Tuesdays at Lima!

Everyone knows that, when it comes to DC Clubs, Lima is the crème de la crème! Tuesday nights feature College Night, Lima’s only 18+ night, and its a party that bangs like none other. Check out your top 5 reasons to check out this party!

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