Funkerman made sure there was no confusion when he titled his recent album. “House for All,” really sums it up. No matter what your specific taste in music is, the funky one is guaranteed to please your sonic palette.
As a DJ, producer, remixer, and head of a label, Funkerman has carved out a slice of every major aspect of electronic dance music. This new album was the next logical step. And in accordance with the recent trend of house music gaining popularity within a mass audience, the funky one has incorporated elements of pop, rock and funk in order to give everyone something to love. He’s got jazz musicians, rappers and other EDM producers all over this thing. Hence the name, “House for All.”
Come on out Thursday night and find out what happens when you cross a Dutch house sensation with rap, disco, funk and that sexy Glow@Lima crowd. Yowza!!!
2. On warm summer nights, the outdoor patio is the best place to chill in the city!
1. College Girls!
College Tuesdays at Lima are open to ages 18+. Remember that Lima a very nice club, so the dress code is strictly enforced. Dress Casual/Fashionable. No shorts, boots, oversized tees, baggy jeans, tennis shoes, etc..
The Crystal Method (yes, named after what you think they’re name after) has been one of the clear-cut leaders in electronic music on a worldwide scale. They pretty much started a sound that became synonymous with 90’s ‘techno’ music. Together with The Prodigy, The Crystal Method composed the theme to the Matrix, that should give you a pretty good idea of what we mean.
Last year’s “Divided by Night,” album featured guest appearances by the likes of Matisyahu, LMFAO, Justin Warfield and Peter Hook. It proves that in the world of EDM, if you got skills they will ALWAYS shine through.
The last time they were at Glow (with MSTRKRFT) it was off the charts. People everywhere, bodies pulsing, utter madness. Saturday night is going to be nuts!! But hey, Glow on Crystal Method will do that.
A few years ago, George hung up his soccer cleats, picked up his headphones and started DJing. He says he’d found a new way to entertain the masses. Just as he loved making moves on the soccer field, he realized that he loved the thrill of making people move on the dance floor even more.
“It’s all about the house music … always will be,” he says.
And, with George, it has been “all about the the house music” — since he was a young boy.
“At the young age of 13, I began DJing alongside friends for graduation parties, sweet sixteen events, bar mitzvahs, weddings and house parties. As I grew older, I began to perform and travel to different places, performing at private events and competitions to develop recognition for the sole purpose of providing people with a reason to move and dance.”
In 2006, George enrolled at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., which is where he gained experience, spinning at some of the hottest nightclubs in the Nation’s Capital — such as K Street, Lotus, Five and Indebleu. He says the way Washingtonian crowds embraced him motivated him “to produce the energy that he does with his music.”
As a producer, singer, MC… scratch that. As an entertainer, Don Diablo has been making some extreme waves ever since inking a deal with Sony in 2008. He worked on the Public Enemy “Bring the Noise/Give it Up” remix project with Ferry Corsten and Benny Benassi. Benny ended up winning a Grammy for the remix.
Some cool facts about Don Diablo:
He works alone in the studio… because he prefers to work in the nude. That’s right, homeboy sits in front his mixer butt ass naked and produces MONSTERS (no pun intended!!)
He won the award for “Best Dressed Man of the Year” in 2007 by Esquire Magazine.
If you want to buy him a drink while he’s spinning make sure it’s milk. That’s all he drinks during a performance!!
MTV shot a documentary on Don’s work for Dance4Life, a UN sponsored campaign to fight against HIV and AIDS in Africa.
And now you know… Slick like a gato, straight outta GQ, a humanitarian and wild ass electro-hop master. See you on Thursday!!!!
The new I <3 Wednesdays at Lima Lounge DC is taking DC by storm! It does still retain the no-cover-charge status, but everything else has been revamped. We've got new promoters, new DJs and a fresh look on the event. It's a nice refresher for the infamous midweek party that no one has been able to top for 5 years.
He has remixed, produced and arranged for 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 puts on a badass live show complete with a spaceship and keyboard guitar!!!
Tweet This Friday at POP is heating up with the August Heat roasting the city! We’ve got 4 of the best DJs in DC playing the best music on the 4 dancefloors throughout the club! Main Floor: DJ Geometrix Top 40, Mashups, Hip Hop POP Floor (Vault): DJ Maskell Pop Dance, Pop […]
Fresh off a massive world tour, producing new music and gearing up for Electric Zoo, we’ve got him just at the right time!! He’s remixed Britney Spears and Tiesto and produced some of the dirtiest electro around. Real electro. This guy is something special right here. And he’s Amuuurican!!! So come show your support!!