Cosmic Gate | Saturday January 22 | Fur

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Monday, January 3, 2011, 8:02pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:49pm) Add comments

Cosmic Gate at Club Glow Washington DCGLOW Washington DC presents:

Cosmic Gate
cosmic-gate.de/ myspace.com/cosmicgate

Opening Set by Roberto Gonzalez

Saturday, January 22 2011
Fur Nightclub
33 Patterson St NE Washington DC
Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

Purchase your tickets here!

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From: Germany
Style: Trance
Famous Tracks: Fire Wire, Exploration of Space, Human Beings, Should Have Known, Not Enough Time, Barra, James Horner – I See You [Avatar Theme] (Cosmic Gate Remix)
Best Known For: Hit after hit after hit after hit. Defining a sound. Being awesome. Great crowd interaction.
DJ Mag Rank: 24

It’s always a great time to see Cosmic Gate, but right now it’s of Tony the Tiger proportions (GRrrrrRREEAT)! Nic Chagall and DJ Bossi, legends of trance, pioneers of a sound; are in the midst of massive releases on all fronts. They put out their ‘Sign of the Times: Deluxe Edition,’ as well as a remix album of their early stuff entitled ‘Back to the Future,’ (to be released 2 days after this event!!!) and have an artist album slated for release in early 2011. For a couple legends of dance music, they’re working awfully damn hard to make music for us.

The last time they were at Glow was off the charts!! Just watch our interview/club video and see for yourself! These guys LOVE DC, and when you’re best known for partying with the crowd, that means it’s on baby!!!

 

Bio


Introduction: Over 11 boundary-pushing years, Nic Chagall and Bossi have developed Cosmic Gate into one of the most creative and highly-sought-after electronic music acts on the planet. Revered uber-producers, their combined musical acumen has made them evergreen favourites of trance music’s highest echelon. Four hugely-received albums have transported tracks like ‘Not Enough Time’, ‘Body of Conflict’, ‘Analog Feel’, ‘F.A.V.’ and classics including ‘Exploration of Space’ and Fire Wire onto a now uncountable number of dancefloors. As DJs, the effortless cool of their kinetic, enthralling live sets are seen by hundreds of thousands of club and festival goers annually. It’s this perfect storm of production and spinning power that saw them become the highest-climbers in DJ Mag’s 2009 Top 100 chart and land at no. 24 in 2010.

The pair first collaborated in the studio after a chance meeting late in ’98 at a label office in Cologne. It’s a production partnership that has become one of the dance world’s most successful. In their homeland of Germany, they’ve maintained a consistent level of chart success, with no fewer than 7 Top 40 singles to their name and claimed a UK top 10 hit with ‘Fire Wire’. Drawing on a broad-range of their individual musical tastes and inspirations, they’ve continued to modify and enhance their sound…

Following up the long-players ‘Rythm & Drums’ and ‘No More Sleep’, in 2006 they released ‘Earth Mover’, which saw a shift towards edgier, more expansive electronic dance music. It gave rise to the club hits ‘Analog Feel’, ‘Should Have Known’ and ‘I Feel Wonderful’ and garnered an IDMA nomination for Best Album of 2007. Latterly this was viewed by the press as a new ‘Year-1′ for Cosmic Gate. Three years later Nic and Bossi released their much-anticipated follow-up. ‘Sign of the Times’ contained 11 new tracks including vocal anthems ‘Body of Conflict’ & ‘Not Enough Time’ (featuring Denise Rivera and Emma Hewitt respectively) and the singles ‘F.A.V.’, ‘Flatline’, ‘Under Your Spell’, ‘London Rain’ and title track ‘Sign Of The Times’. The response to the album was nothing short of meteoric. They received a Best Selling Trance Act nomination in the 2010 Beatport Awards; scored an IDMA nom for ‘Not Enough Time’ and were catapulted 43 places up DJ Mag’s 2009 chart. In light of its extraordinary level of success, in September 2010 a double-disc Deluxe Edition of the album was released which included all the singles remixes and exclusive, specially prepared revamps of other S.O.T.T. tracks.

As DJs Nic and Bossi continue to whip floors to frenzy-level in all four corners. Most recently they’ve rocked some of America’s most prominent events – Electric Zoo, The Electric Daisy Festival, Audiotistic and Perfecto Night in Las Vegas among them. They’ve brought mayhem to Ibiza’s 2010 season with hugely received performances at Armada at Amnesia and Judgement Sundays, played mammoth the Global Gathering festival in Russia and headlined Godskitchen’s tours in Australia and Mexico. They’ve appeared in DJ Magazine’s list of Top 100 spinners for 7 consecutive years now and are regular festival attraction, spinning at events like Trance Energy, Mysteryland and Dance Valley in Holland, Smirnoff Experience in India and on the horizon Future Music in Australia in 2011.

Back2Back, Cosmic Gate’s on-going compilation series was devised as an at-home audio-expo of the pair’s club-wowing sound. 2010 saw the release of the 4th volume (through Holland’s highly-respected Black Hole Recordings label). Bringing Bossi and Nic’s tight, tense, future-proofed trance/prog/electro hybrid to the forefront, it once again included many of their own track edits.

Over their production lifetime, the Cosmic Gate remix has become nearly as illustrious as their productions. Essentially a blow-by-blow of trance music’s A-list, Nic and Bossi have lent their studio know-how to productions from Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Ferry Corsten, Paul van Dyk, Above & Beyond’s OceanLab project, Deadmau5 & Rank 1. They rewired John O’Callaghan’s mega-seller ‘Find Yourself’ to devastating effect and produced remixes of veteran trance producer Vincent De Moor’s ‘Fly Away’ and ‘Carte Blanche’ (Veracocha). In early 2010 Atlantic Records US approached them to remix James Horner’s ‘I See You’ – the main theme from the film Avatar. This run culminated in them being nominated for Best Remixer at the 2010 IDMAs. Most recently they have completed remixes for Robbie Rivera and Markus Schulz.

 

Tickets and Passes

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Chris webby at Pop at ultrabar nightclub dcSure, you popped bottles just a few weeks ago for New Year’s Eve DC, but why not do it all over again ?  Only this time, you’ll learn from your mistakes on New Year’s Eve and won’t black out and try to bounce across I-495 naked on a rusty pogo stick while belting out Justin Bieber songs at the top of your lungs. (it seemed like a good idea at the time)  Consider this your second chance to do it proper!

We’re popping bottles and rocking out this Friday at POP at Ultrabar with a FREE bottle of champagne with every table booked in advance!

Plus we’ve got a special guest set by CHRIS WEBBY! From a privileged upbringing in the Connecticut suburbs to… Hofstra University in Long Island to… president of the Ninja Turtles Fan Club (not really, but he’s a serious fan); Chris Webby defies all standards when it comes to being an MC.

Christian Webster went to private school, has ADD like whoa, loves women and according to him, needs rehab, big time. He enjoys blunts, 40s, sneakers, fitted hats and his little white poofball of a dog named Molly. Did we mention he has Simba from The Lion King tattooed on his leg? Like we said… defies all standards.  If you respect the grind, love to hate or are just curious how some preppy white boy from the burbs gets booked to do rap shows, you need to be at Ultrabar this Friday.

And of course, don’t forget the great DJs playing the best music on the 4 dancefloors throughout the club!  Its dancefloor insanity every Friday Night!

Main Floor: DJ Geometrix
Top 40, Mashups, Hip Hop

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

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

Chroma (3rd Floor): Lion L
Mashups, Dance, House

(GET TICKETS HERE to Guarantee Entry and to skip the General Admission line)

Plus, you can get in FREE to this event, just print out the pass below, show it at the door, and party on!

Kim Kardashian brought in 2011 by announcing her first excursion into the music world; , debuting her first single at a New Year’s Eve party at TAO nightclub in Las Vegas.

“I did this song with The-Dream, and it’s really fun! I hope you guys like it!” Kardashian, 30, told partygoers.

“Turn It Up,” features a steady dance beat and R&B/pop influenced production by The-Dream.

Kardashian, the reality star famous for her role on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” as well as tabloid-favorite relationships with New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush and Portuguese soccer icon Cristiano Ronaldo is rumored to be working with Kanye West on her forthcoming debut album. The two were spotted outside a California recording studio on December 28.


Source: ABC News

Season 3 of MTV’s Jersey Shore is right around the corner and we know DC nightlife is psyched. It’s going to be another crazy summer as the family returns to Seaside Heights with a new member, new drama and the same reckless attitude. Catch the premiere on 1/6/11 at 10pm. And don’t forget, Glow has Pauly D coming to Fur Nightclub on 1/29/11 for round 2!!


Get ready DC nightlife! MTV’s Jersey Shore returns to Seaside for round 3 this Thursday, 1/6/11 at 10pm. Want to see Pauly D in person? All you have to do is head over to Fur Nightclub on 1/29/11 to see him spin at DC’s world-famous Glow party!

5 sure-fire ways to avoid ruining your New Years Eve 2011

By admin in DC Nightlife, Whats hot in DC Nightlife
Friday, December 31, 2010, 8:14am. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:49pm) Add comments

DC New Year's Eve Washington DC

OK: You’ve got your tickets, you’ve got your best outfit ready to go, shined your shoes, bought some booze, made dinner reservations, and planned your night to perfection.  What could possibly go wrong?  Everything.

Murphy’s Law is like a five year old kid on a temper tantrum, completely bent on breaking anything you’ve planned to perfection while wearing tiny shoes.  So here’s five sure-fire ways to keep your New Year’s Eve 2011 from turning into a total shitshow.

5. Get tickets early

Tickets to New Years Eve DC

The world favors those who plan ahead.  Why? Because nobody ever actually does it. That’s why tickets for New year’s eve in DC are dirt cheap in November, then go up in price as the date gets closer.  Of course, this shocking revelation won’t help you today, but perhaps in the future it will.

"It took 10 years, $3 million, and most of my hair, but now I can go back in time and save $14.00 on my New Year's Eve tickets!"

Getting tickets early also makes your life a lot easier because then you can make dinner reservations, book a hotel, and create other fun activities around the night because now the main part of your evil plan is already locked down.  And don’t worry about commitment issues, most people end up going with the first thing they think of anyways, so chances are good that your $30 won’t be spent in vain.

4. Carefully Choose your group

A big part of having a good time is having a good group to party with.  And while most of your friends will be perfect for celebrating New Year’s Eve, you have to recognize the bad apples and weed them out before they cause trouble and ruin your night.

When I say “bad apples” I really mean “bad drunks”.  But because its hard to criticize our friends, we’ll just lay it out straight and tell you to Leave these types of friends at home:

Lindsay Lohan Fails

"I love buying expensive and sexy clothes so I can puke all over them at the end of the night"

The hot party girl: She’s a total flirt, rips up the dancefloor at every club, is drop dead gorgeous, and absolutely loves to drink.  Best of all, she’s gained the reputation for getting smashed and hooking up with anything that has a pulse.  Sounds like a winning combination, right?

Don't even think about it.

Well, if you like babysitting unconscious chicks and wiping vomit off 5 inch stilettos, then by all means go right ahead and take her with you.  These girls can’t handle their booze.  Don’t be surprised if your “sure thing” turns out to be the key to perfecting your infant parenting skills.  The rest of us will be partying and celebrating while you brush the puke chunks from your hair.

And then there’s the belligerent drunk…

Not exactly the best drinking buddy. Especially if your enjoy Matzo and Challah.

There’s also the depressed drunk, the disappearing drunk, and the gassy drunk, as well as myriads of others.  The point of all this is know what type of drunk your friends are before inviting them out for a night on the town!

Speaking of which…

3. Know what type of drunk you are

“Judge not, lest ye be judged” So lets take some notes on how to make sure your friends won’t label you Mel Brooks every time you go out drinking and end up driving drunk, fighting with the police, and shouting anti semetic epithets from the backseat of a soiled police cruiser.

Lucky Clown

Vomiting wouldn't be so bad if all we puked up was sparkles, stars, and fucking rainbows all night.

Pace yourself.  New Year’s Eve is a long night, and if you are drinking the whole time, you will fail in an epic fashion.

Fortunately, you are an experienced drinker and know how much it takes to get yourself to that optimum drunkenness level.  And you also know that alcohol does not immediately take effect the moment you swallow it. You know that 1 beer = 1 wine = 1 booze.  So don’t “conveniently” forget that information the moment you step inside the bar.  Watch yourself.  Know your limits.

passed out drunk peeing street corner

You might end up like this winner who passed out while peeing and talking on the phone a couple blocks away from a now-closed DC club.

AND REMEMBER: Even when you’re drunk, you still know that its wrong to touch that girls butt, a bad idea to punch the guy who looked at you, and is probably stupid to hop on a ceiling fan and cluck like a chicken with a bottle in your ass.   Drunk is not actually an excuse for being a douche, and you know it.

2. Be prepared

Lets face it, stuff happens.  You can either be prepared to enjoy life or you can completely fail.  If you want to have a good New Year’s Eve, you’ll make some appropriate preparations.

Rednecks preparing for Y2K (courtesy: Life Magazine)

Y2K preparations not required nor advisable in 2010

Have a backup plan, because you probably didn’t adhere to #5.  And with your luck, the place you want to go will have a huge-ass line and you’ll wait outside all night in the cold listening to your girlfriend kvech about how cold it is.

"Yes, Dear"

Its also good to have:

  • Cash and credit card
  • The numbers for several different taxi companies (in case one is too busy)
  • Condoms, Breath Mints, Barf Bag, and a Freshly Charged Cell Battery
  • A good Dinner beforehand, then lots of water after

Dinner is important because food helps to slow down the absorption of alcohol, and water helps you to knock out one of the biggest factors of a hangover: Dehydration.  Well, that, and not drinking so much that you are puking like a freshman well into the next day.

"Boy, I haven't vomited this much since that time we had a drinking contest with ipecac syrup..."

1. Don’t drink and drive

So far you’ve avoided all the potential pitfalls and catastrophes for the night: You got your tickets, you ditched the skank you’ll end up babysitting instead of plowing, you took a good look at yourself in the mirror, and planned your backup.

You’re almost home free, but at the last second, one of those wicked roadside trees jumps out of nowhere and eats the front of your car, causing you and your friends to eat windshield.

"A few hours from now, I'll shit out a tiffany lamp."

Truth is, Drinking and Driving kills, and it will happen to you.  You don’t even have to be completely trashed to be too impaired to drive.  If there’s even any doubt in your mind that perhaps you’re too buzzed to drive, you should probably call a cab.  And thanks to the wonderful people at WRAP, getting a cab is FREE.

Dude. Its free. Why the hell wouldn't you?

Don’t wan’t to take a cab?  Plan ahead and have a sober friend come pick you up. Get a hotel room. Walk home. Sleep in your car. Hell, you can even take Metro if you’re desperate and have no other options.  They’re open till 3am on New Year’s Eve, and the buses are running on Sunday Schedule.

Granted, Metro has been pretty awful the past couple years, but look at it this way: At least you’ll burn off all those empty beer calories climbing up and down all the broken escalators.

Tom Toles, Washington Post

Darn Metro

Party smart this year.

DC Nightlife - DJ PS1 at pop at Ultrabar Nightclub DC

DJ PS1 throws down this Friday on the main floor at Ultrabar amid the Blacklights, Glowsticks, Techno, White shirts, Neon Colors, and more. Its “Glow in the Dark” this Friday at Pop with DJ PS1!

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Want free dinner or bottle service? Read this to find out how!

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Looks like you need to be on your beast… we mean BEST behavior when the cameras are rolling!

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DJ Scene from Las Vegas is back again to tear it up! 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!

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Check out Barcode on Thursday nights w/ DJ Stylus Chris and a menu available ’til midnight!

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