Cedric Gervais: Fri 10/28/11 [Glow at Josephine]

By Ravi in DC Concerts, Past Events, Past Glow Events
Wednesday, September 14, 2011, 5:19pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:59pm) Add comments

cedric gervais glow dcGLOW Washington DC presents:

Cedric Gervais

Friday October 28, 2011

1008 Vermont Avenue Northwest
Washington D.C., DC 20005
(202) 347-8601

Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 21+

Latest tracks by Cedric Gervais

From: France, Miami-based

Style: Sexy House Music

Famous Tracks: Love is the Answer w/ Mya, Leave it Alone w/ Maria Matto, Mauri’s Dream, Ready or Not w/ Second Sun, Spirit in my Life, Pills

Best Known For: Taking Miami Sleaze to the next level!

The 2nd installment of Glow at Josephine featuring Cedric Gervais! With Glow’s Friday night event taking a Miami-style ‘bottle service on the dance floor’ approach, who better than Mr. Miami Sleaze himself to keep things rolling! Cedric’s recent music video shoot with Mya at Lima Lounge, appearance with Tiesto at DC Armory, and the fact that he has spun more Glow venues than anyone in the last year have firmly cemented DC as his second home!

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It is an uncommon occurrence in the Electronic Dance Music scene to find an artist sensationally talented as both a DJ and a producer. Cedric Gervais is of the rare breed whose talents behind the decks translate over into the production room. For years he has captivated clubbers and partygoers as he reigned supreme over the Miami dance scene. Although originally born in Marseilles, Cedric Gervais …has chosen Miami as his adopted home, and the city has been more than happy to embrace him. He has held residencies at Crobar (now Cameo) and the world famous Nikki Beach, before taking over the Space Terrace. Cedric’s presence at the Space Terrace was felt immediately as people in the thousands began lining up to witness him devastate the after-hours scene.

Despite being in such heavy demand, Cedric still found time to take his talents into the studio. His first single with Ultra Records, “Burning” was a great success on both the charts and the underground circuit. Soon after, he unleashed his debut album “The Experiment”, which featured the massive hit, “Spirit in My Life”. The album took him to a different level as he spent the next couple of years touring the world, entertaining and thrilling his many fans. His production credits include working with the likes of Lenny Kravitz, Deep Dish, Steve Lawler, and Rachel Star, just to name a few. Whilst maintaining a hectic tour schedule, Cedric has managed to both continue his residency at Space and spend plenty of time in the production room. His latest single, “Mauri’s Dream”, was Pete Tong’s Essential Tune of the Week three weeks in a row, and has received great critical acclaim from both DJs and producers. Many consider it to be one of the best, if not the best song revealed at the 2009 Winter Music Conference. It will be hard for any producer to top “Mauri’s Dream”, but tantalizingly enough, Cedric has expressed that “Mauri’s Dream” is just the beginning of what should be a string of smash hit releases.

Currently, Cedric is working on his highly anticipated second album, “Miamication”; which is scheduled for release later this summer. He is working closely with Sharam (of Deep Dish fame) and the duo already had a monster record together, entitled, “U Don’t Even Know Us”, under the moniker, Sharvais. Cedric has also just relaunched his two record labels, Sleaze Records and SleazeTech. Having undergone major makeovers, the two labels are ready to take the Electronic Dance Music world by storm. Sleaze Records will specialize in house music and SleazeTech will focus on Techno and Minimal. Both labels are set to begin a heavy release schedule with the first set of releases coming in the end of April. With a host of new talent signed to the two labels, it is only a matter of time before Cedric propels them both to the top. Very few have managed to enjoy the kind of success Cedric Gervais has worked hard to achieve in such a short span of time. The scary, yet enthralling aspect about Cedric’s career is that it has yet to reach it peak. Although it would be cliché to say the future is bright for this young star, it is nevertheless true. No one can be sure what is in store for Cedric, but what can be certain is his impact will be one that will be felt for generations to come.


Axwell: Thurs 10/27/11 [Special Glow at Fur]

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011, 1:47pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:59pm) Add comments
Axwell Washington DCGLOW Washington DC presents:


Thursday October 27, 2011

Fur Nightclub
33 Patterson St NE # A
Washington D.C., DC 20002
(202) 842-3401

Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

Axtone Records by axwellofficial

From: Sweden

Style: Big Room House

Famous Tracks: Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition (Axwell and Dirty South Remix), Open Your Heart, What a Wonderful World, Watch the Sunrise, King of Hearts, Dirty South – Let it Go (Axwell Remix), In the Air, It’s True w/ Ingrosso. As a part of Swedish House Mafia – One, Miami2Ibiza, Save the World Tonight

Best Known For: Thinking deep thoughts. Being 1/3 of Swedish House Mafia.

The highest rated member of Swedish House Mafia, Axwell provides a deeper, uplifting presence to the house trio. His solo work speaks for itself. With new releases on his Axtone label and a track in the works with his good friend Dirty South, odds are the Swedish house king is going to do it bigger and better every time!

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About Axwell

The king of the sun-kissed summer anthem; the mogul behind one of the hottest imprints on the planet; a superstar producer and DJ who’s never lost the giddy enthusiasm of a fledgling clubber; and one of the most successful and influential remixers of the 21st century. By anyone’s standards, Axel ‘Axwell’ Hedfors is a giant of modern-day dance music – and he’s only going to get bigger.

Axwell’s steady ascent into clubland aristocracy began when he struck crossover gold with 2004’s glorious ‘Feel The Vibe’. An unstoppably uplifting and instantly memorable track, the original version of ‘Feel The Vibe’ (featuring vocalist Errol Reid) dazzled every corner of clubland, before an overhauled version (with new vocals by Tara McDonald) gate-crashed the UK top 20. 2005’s ‘Watch The Sunrise’ (featuring Steve Edwards) proved to be another unstoppable anthem, as was his 2006 collaboration with fellow Swedish House Mafioso Steve Angello, Supermode’s ‘Tell Me Why’ (released via Ministry Of Sound, it reach #13 in the UK and #3 in the Netherlands). But it was 2007’s rave-referencing ‘I Found U’ (#6 in the UK charts) that really cemented Axwell’s status as a producer who could marry artistic innovation with strong commercial appeal – a rare thing indeed, in any genre of music. Most recently he was one of the forces behind Swedish House Mafia – One (Your Name) featuring Pharell Williams, another top ten UK hit, crashing into the summer charts at #7 and soundtracking every festival, dance event and Ibiza club night.

“I do feel pressure to maintain a certain level of success,” says Axwell. “That’s a weight that lies on my shoulders – but all that pressure comes from myself. I want every tune to be better than the last one: to sound stronger, to be phatter, to work better in a club. So it’s pressure, but it’s good pressure. It pushes me forwards, creatively.”
“For me, it’s all about asking questions of myself. Would I play this? Would I play it during peak time? Is it the phattest thing I’ve ever heard? Is it the most futuristic shit out there? I question the track – and myself – the whole time. I’ve got a good expression: the goose-bumps never lie. If you get goose-bumps during the production stage, then you’re on the right track…”

Axwell’s Midas-like touch – along with his peerless technical ability – has made him the go-to guy for artists looking to get their latest release reworked into a storming dancefloor juggernaut. Madonna, Nelly Furtado, Moby and Pharrell Williams have all come a-knockin’, while productions such as his masterful reworking of Hard-Fi’s ‘Hard To Beat’, his sublime remix of The Temper Trap’s ‘Sweet Disposition’ (along with Dirty South) and of course his unstoppable version of TV Rock’s ‘In The Air’ have gone on to become as big as – or, in many cases, bigger than – the original tracks.

Part of what makes Axwell such a sought-after producer is his dazzling stylistic agility; he can switch between house, techno and electro (and everything in-between) without even breaking a sweat.

“Axwell has an innate feel for the dancefloor,” says long-time fan Judge Jules, “but his versatility is even more impressive. Too many producers get caught in a trademark groove, becoming a prisoner of their own perceived style. Axwell’s material is so varied, but it never fails to rock – big time.”

You only have to take a look over the back catalogue of Axtone, Axwell’s much-admired label, to see his enthusiasm for a dizzying range of styles and sounds. From the banging to the beatific, Axwell and his roster of artists – which includes Dirty South, TV Rock & Prok & Fitch amongst others – really have managed to please all the people, all the time.

Things have been comparatively quiet in terms of Axwell’s own release schedule for the last 12 months or so – his biggest tune of recent times has been ‘Leave The World Behind’, the spectacular collaboration with Laidback Luke and his Swedish House Mafia cohorts Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso. However, there’s a very good reason for this usually prolific producer keeping a relatively low profile, track-wise.

“I have been holding back with the productions for a bit,” says Axwell, “and that’s because I’m currently trying to finish off my debut album. It’s going really well. I’m used to just working track-by-track, but making a whole album, and making the whole thing sound fresh – all the tracks, all at the same time – that’s been a challenge, but a really fun one. And that’s why I didn’t release that many tracks in 2009 – although, what I did release kept me going for the whole year!
“My album will contain a bit of everything that I’m about – which is a bit of everything! It’s going to contain a lot of songs that I’ve worked on throughout the years and maybe not finished, but I’ve thought, ‘That’s a great song – I really need to finish that some day.’ And that day has come – now it’s time to finish them.”

Album or no album, Axwell has still found time to personally send the planet’s biggest clubs into utter gleeful meltdown. DJing remains a real passion of his, a way to stay connected with clubbers and their ever-changing tastes.
“I try to keep a balance,” he says. “I make sure that I get enough time in the studio, so that when I DJ I have new tracks to play. That keeps me excited. I want to play those tracks and test them out, to see if they work in a club. That helps me to keep my edge.”

Whatever direction the music takes Axwell in next, you can be sure that he’ll be closely followed by admirers and imitators alike. “During the past 15 years,” says sometime Axwell-collaborator Bob Sinclair, “there are only a few guys who have really influenced the dance-music scene with their sound and the way that they produce. Axwell is one of them.”


Moby: Weds 10/26/11 [Glow at The Fillmore]

By Ravi in DC Concerts, DC Events
Wednesday, September 14, 2011, 1:45pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:49pm) Add comments

One of Electronic Dance Music’s defining artists.

The man who brought us Lift Me Up, Porcelain, Whispering Wind, Flower and Dream About Me arrives in DC this fall!

Moby at The FIllmore Silver Spring MD

Photos courtesy of Matt Fried - http://www.gradientmagazine.com

Moby quotes


Wednesday October 26, 2011

The Fillmore Silver Spring

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More than mere man. Beyond the label of artist.

A champion of the arts who draws inspiration from classical, broeadway, hard rock, punk, house and techno. A spiritual human who believes in forces beyond our control. A self-proclaimed philanthropic dilettante, who prides himself simply on being good to those around him.

Of course, the people Moby is best to are those who love dance music! His style transcends any one genre. He is monstrous behind the decks.

His performance at Electric Zoo 2011 was arguably the best, period. It’s FREAKING MOBY!!!!!!

Gabriel & Dresden: Sat 10/22//11 [Glow at Fur]

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011, 5:54pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:59pm) Add comments

GLOW Washington DC presents:

Gabriel & Dresden

Opening set by Roberto Gonzalez

Saturday October 22, 2011

Fur Nightclub
33 Patterson St NE # A
Washington D.C., DC 20002
(202) 842-3401

Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

From: San Fransisco

Style: Progressive Trance/House

Famous Tracks: Tracking Treasure Down, As the Rush Comes (as Motorcycle), Dangerous Power, Zocalo w/ Armin van Buuren, A&B – No One on Earth (G&D Remix), Sarah Mclachlan – Fallen (G&D Remix), Duncan Sheik – On a High (G&D Remix), The Killers – Read My Mind (G&D Remix), Promises

Best Known For: Gorgeous productions and making the EDM world happy again when they reunited!!!

The storied duo of Gabriel & Dresden climbed the rankings every year from their inception to the time they decided to pursue solo projects. 3 years after going their separate ways, they have reunited and gone on a tear, releasing remixes, originals and an amazing new compilation!

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About Gabriel & Dresden

For electronic dance music fanatics, the year 2011 marks a new musical promise. After three years of work apart, the critically acclaimed and multiple award winning duo of Josh Gabriel and Dave Dresden are back together with a new energy and spirit.

In 2001, Josh and Dave joined forces under the now legendary Gabriel & Dresden moniker. Within their 6 years of collaboration, Gabriel & Dresden scored 19 number 1 Billboard Hot Dance/Club Play remixes and tracks, made three DJ-mixed compilation albums, an artist album and won seven International Dance Music Awards. Their tracks ‘Arcadia’, ‘Dangerous Power’, ‘Let Go’, ‘Tracking Treasure Down’ Andain “Beautiful Things” and numerous other masterpieces have turned into some of EDM’s biggest classics. ‘As The Rush Comes’, by their Motorcycle alias with Jes Brieden, they won the IDMA award for ‘Best Progressive Trance Track’ as well as peaking at #11 on the official UK top40 charts. The G&D treatment, through remixes and interpretations, was given to tracks by The Killers, Annie Lenox, Sarah McLachlan, Dido, Tiësto, Paul Oakenfold and Way Out West, making their sound cross borders from trance and progressive with pop, indie and soul sensibilities.

In 2008 After 6+ years of hits and and awards, both guys felt it was time for something new and took a break from Gabriel & Dresden to focus on their individual careers. Inspiration came flowing with the new tide. After the split, Josh Gabriel set up his own label, ‘Different Pieces’ and focused on his Winter Kills and Andain projects. On his album ‘Eight’, Josh intertwined techno and house into pieces of pure electronic bliss. In the meantime, Dave Dresden took charge of the dancefloor with his Dresden & Johnston project and spawned a US radio hit in the song ‘Keep Faith’ and “That Day” (with Nadia Ali on lead vocals), as well as remixes for the likes of Owl City, Nadia Ali, BT and The Crystal Method. But you simply can’t stop musical synergy.

As 2010 came to an end, Gabriel and Dresden decided to go back to their roots and reunite at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles for New Year’s Eve 2011. Their return behind the decks showed that after two and a half years apart, nothing really changed. Gabriel & Dresden’s comeback marks one of the most notable moments in EDM this year, finally answering the call of millions of dance lovers. With gigs at some of the world’s biggest festivals, clubs and events planned and a new compilation in the making, Gabriel & Dresden are all set to do what they love most: celebrate music. And we’re all invited.


DJ Scene: Fri 10/21/11 [Pop at Ultrabar]

By Ravi in DC Concerts, DC Events, Past Events, Past Pop Events
Tuesday, September 13, 2011, 5:04pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:58pm) Add comments

DJ Scene fall dates
Pop Nightlife DC presents:

DJ Scene

Opening set by DJ Geometrix

Friday October 21, 2011
Ultrabar Nightclub
911 F St NW
Washington D.C., DC 20004
(202) 638-4663

Doors Open at 9pm | Ages 18+

Style: Open

With a tour schedule rivaling even Tiesto, we’re lucky to have DJ Scene locked in at all! With numerous Vegas residencies and dates everywhere from Sacramento to Boston and down the eastern seaboard, it’s obvious Scene knows how to rock a floor.

One of the best DJs to party with, Scene is always down to pour some shots, drop some beats and get loose whether it’s rock, top 40, dance, hip-hop or even the occasional dubstep joint!

Resident DJ Geometrix

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 w/ DBK (House)

Latest tracks 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)

Latest tracks by DJ SUELTO

Mario Salsa feeling the rhythm in the Bedroom at Ultrabar DC

With Mario Salsa on the congas, DJs Suelto and Bomba bring the hype every Friday to The Bedroom at Ultrabar. Pop’s Latin/International party features reggaeton, bachata, house and the best in international beats! The Bedroom at Ultrabar Nightclub in Washington DC is a huge weekly draw!



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Green Velvet: Fri 10/21/11 [Glow at Josephine]

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011, 12:41pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:59pm) Add comments
green velvet US tour fall 2011

Bro!!! He’s the guy who made the Percolator, ’nuff said!

Chris Lake: Thurs 10/20/11 [Glow at Lima]

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011, 12:40pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:59pm) Add comments
Chris Lake Washington DC US 2011

He produced the massive hit ‘Changes’ and helped launch Max Vangeli’s career. Chris Lake brings his thumpy, true-to-form house to Lima on Thursday night!

Markus Schulz: Sat 10/15/11 [Glow at Fur]

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Monday, September 12, 2011, 9:14pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:59pm) Add comments
Markus Schulz Washington DC events

Special Guest at Identity Festival, one of the world’s top 10 best DJs year in and year out, Glow’s biggest DJ-fan. Markus Schulz is pretty much the sh*t!

DJ PS1: Fri 10/14/11 [Pop at Ultrabar]

By Ravi in DC Concerts, DC Events, Past Events, Past Pop Events
Monday, September 12, 2011, 8:40pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:58pm) Add comments
PS1 Washington DC college party

The sneaker head/DJ keeps the fall moving with electro/hip-hop mash up goodness! PS1 is a favorite of Diddy and Britney Spears!

EC Twins: Thurs 10/13/11 [Glow at Lima]

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Monday, September 12, 2011, 8:36pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:59pm) Add comments
EC twins US dates

These guys used to pass out flyers in the UK… now they’re sick DJ/producers with residencies in LA, NY and Chicago. Hard work pays off, yo!

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