Dada Life: Thu 4/7 [Glow at Lima]

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Tuesday, March 8, 2011, 7:51pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:46pm) Add comments

Dada Life at GlowGLOW Washington DC presents:

Dada Life
soundcloud.com/dada-life
youtube.com/wwwDADALIFEcom

Opening Set by Roberto Gonzalez

Thursday April 7, 2011
Lima Lounge 1401 K St NW

Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

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From: Sweden

Style: Electro-house-pop

Famous Tracks: Unleash the Fucking Dada, Cookies with a Smile, Happy Hands and Happy Feet, Let’s Get Bleeped Tonight

Best Known For: Champagne and bananas

DJ Mag Rank: 89

It’s about fucking time the Swedish gruesome twosome known for doing reckless shit landed in a Washington DC nightclub.

Dada Life has exploded (literally and figuratively) over the past year. Infamous for their eccentric ways and bad-mouthing of Tiesto, the duo has certainly made a name for themselves in EDM. Of course, Tiesto responded to their sh*t-talking with a remix of Satisfaction entitled “Tiesto’s Revenche Towards Dada Life Mix.”

The Swedish electro standouts explain. “If 2010 was a pizza with all different kinds of yummy stuff, 2011 will be the year when it explodes and hits people in the face.”

The fans of bananas and champagne have brought a bit of childish glee to the sometimes po-faced world of electro. Who else, for instance, would ignore some of the more illicit pleasures offered them backstage in favour of bigging up the free chocolate bars available? It’s an attitude personified as much in the cheeky vibe of their massively successful single ‘Just Bleep Me’ as the funny faces they pull in their publicity shots.

2011 – The Year of the Dada

 

Bio

We are Dada Life.

Destroy dance music and have fun. Don’t look back in the past. Always go forward. Don’t think too much. Always follow the money.

Do the Dada.

The result? Big tunes, no frills.

 

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Enferno + Chachi: Sat 4/2 [Glow at Fur]

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Tuesday, March 8, 2011, 7:45pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:50pm) Add comments

GLOW Washington DC presents:

DJ Enferno
twitter.com/djenferno

DJ Chachi
twitter.com/dj_chachi

Saturday, April 2 2011
Fur Nightclub 33 Patterson St NE
Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

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From: DC, NYC

Style: Mash-up/house/top 40

Best Known For: Enferno – Touring with Madonna on her Sticky and Sweet Tour, creating the Live Remix Project | Chachi – Producing ‘Love is Blind’ with Alicia Keys.

House music’s foray into the mainstream is evidenced by your 2011 PoP! Nightlife at Ultrabar residents. Originally pigeonholed under the ‘hip-hop/rock/mash-up’ bubble, these guys have managed to break conventional barriers and lay everything down to the sexy pulse of house music. And lay it down well!

This is not pop. This is Glow!

DJ Enferno, a DC native, won the 2003 US DMC Championship and was runner-up in the international competition that same year. He is one of the most technically gifted DJs in the world. Past DMC champs from the EDM world include Bad Boy Bill and A-Trak. As of late, Enferno has been on a remix tear, delivering a crazy variety meshing elements of Dutch house, melodic/uplifting house and electro into something completely unique.

Chachi’s NY roots have inspired him to release some of the dopest mash-up mixtapes around. His ‘Split Personalities” series throws the freshest music into a boiling pot, mixes it up and serves it over a bed of thumping house rhythms. When Chachi spins, he truly is the life of the party.

 

Bio

ENFERNO
The word “pioneer” is tossed around a lot these days. Unfortunately, most of the time its used to describe those undeserving of the title. Not the case with DJ Enferno. His story started out like so many others – a young man with an ear for good music and some untapped talent playing the local circuit while creating a buzz for himself. That’s about as typical as the story would be. See, Enferno put those skills to work by entering the world of competitive DJing. After placing as a finalist against the best in the country, he went on to win his first U.S. DMC Championship the very next year in 2003 – the first from his hometown to do so. The humble kid from DC went on to represent the United States in the World DJ Championship placing first runner-up. A national title and global recognition wouldn’t stop Enferno. Always the innovator, he went to work creating a new type of performance that would soon set the bar for DJs everywhere. Enter the Live Remix Project – a one-man symphony featuring an array of turntables, instruments, effects and samplers, that combines on-the-spot music creation with the energy of a live audience. The Live Remix Project quickly became a hit and with the merits and accolades came notoriety. Enferno was on the move, playing clubs all over the U.S., Europe, and Asia while making impressions and connecting with fans directly. As the masses took notice, so did his peers. So much so that in 2008, Madonna approached him to be a part of what would become one of the most successful world tours in history – The Sticky & Sweet Tour. Time spent traveling the world with the most successful pop star of our time while entertaining millions (yes, millions) of fans further established Enferno’s reputation as one of the world’s most innovative live performers. Life on the road as a full-time DJ is a lot of action, but it wasn’t enough. How could he take his encyclopedia-like musical knowledge and award winning technical skills to the next level and create something truly original? How could he give back to the craft that gave him so much and be a pioneer? Enferno is once again changing the game by producing some of the coldest beats out. In a few short years, he went from remixing songs on his laptop while on tour to one of the industry’s most sought after up and coming producers, banging out tracks for some of the most influential artists in the world. And he’s not even close to finished. Once in a generation a mind comes along that really pushes the envelope and maxes out the potential of its available resources, technology, talent and skill. Enferno is that mind, bringing about change to a lost genre desperately looking to find its way. Call it evolution …

CHACHI
New York-based DJ Chachi recently sent out a message on Facebook offering fans a free gift bag with CDs, t-shirts and assorted other merchandise. He prepared 12 bags; a few extra than he thought he needed just to be on the safe side. Within 24 hours, over 300 people from across the country flooded his inbox with requests. “Years ago, I didn’t realize this deejaying thing had legs and I had no idea how far the rabbit hole would go,” says the 26-year-old deejay. “Back then, success was just trying not to get screwed out of money. Now that things are going well, I don’t take it for granted. I don’t expect people to know who I am.” Too late. What started over a decade ago at small private parties in Long Island is now a full-time job, as Chachi continues to establish himself as one of the country’s most formidable deejays. Utilizing a diverse, open-format approach to music, Chachi now holds court at some of the country’s most popular clubs, as well as providing the aural memories to countless celebrities’ birthdays (that was Chachi you heard if you were fortunate enough to get into Britney Spears’ bash at Tenjune). In a short period of time, DJ Chachi has become as famous as the celebrities that rock out to him. When he was 13, a young DJ Chachi would accompany his older cousin, a deejay himself, to various parties and watch in awe and amazement as primitive equipment gave rise to joyful exuberance. “I used to carry my cousin’s records for him to the gigs,” recalls the 26-year-old. “The setup was as bootleg as you could get. There was no fancy lighting or equipment, but it was raw. It was just people having fun and dancing to music they love.” Observing the tables led to practicing incessantly on them, cutting his teeth at local parties and eventually landing a gig at Exit, the famed NYC nightclub home to some of the most famous deejays in the world. At 18 years old, the fledgling deejay was already spinning the famed red hip-hop room and destroying the competition. Meanwhile, the trained audio engineer was simultaneously working a full-time job at Audio Mixers studio and recording artists himself in The Boiler Room, the home studio he built in the basement of his house. As the resume increased, Chachi’s name became more and more synonymous with the nation’s hottest clubs. Stereo called. Then Home. Then…you get the idea. Now, the deejay counts Tenjune, mur.mur at Borgata, Axis/Radius (Scottsdale, AZ) and Shrine at Foxwoods among his numerous residencies. LIV at Fountainbleu in Miami. Lumen in Chicago. Pure and LAX in Las Vegas. These days, Chachi knows some stewardesses on a first-name basis. Monkeys can be trained to play a song; but only the elite can scan any place in any city in the country and instantaneously gauge, and react to, the vibe of the room. “I feel like there’s a lost art to reading a crowd,” says Chachi. “It’s not just jumping on the tables and spinning. It’s playing a song, taking a step back and seeing how people are reacting. There are deejays that can play the Top 40 hits, but there’s only so long you can play that for. For me, it’s about the crowd being in sync with what I’m doing; me and them never actually speaking but communicating through music.” That mindset, coupled with a tireless work ethic (“My turntables are right at the end of my bed,” says the deejay), has made Chachi a household name in both clubbing and celebrity circles, with Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z, Paris Hilton and Eva Mendes all showing love to the deejay. His work has been profiled everywhere from Us Weekly and In Touch to New York Post and Philadelphia Daily News and he has long transcended his status as “New York’s hottest DJ” into a national phenomenon. There’s a reason why hundreds of people line up at the club whenever Chachi comes through. Now it’s time to find out for yourself.

 

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coyote ugly dcBe prepared to get wild, Coyote Ugly wild! Don’t you dare order water or even think about bringing your boyfriend! Ladies, tonight you are all coyotes, skimpy tops, jeans, or crazy pants welcome! Lets get crazy with shots all night by the bar,we dare you to get on the bar and show us what you got!

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Jersey dancing on the bar in Coyote Ugly

Is there a “Jersey” in our midst? If we find you we’ll be sure to put you in the running for best dressed of the week; the winner gets their choice of a bottle at Ultrabar or a $100 dinner at Barcode!

Drink Specials
$6 Absolut Vodka mixed drinks till midnight
$6 Kamikaze shots all night
$3 Guinness Draught
$4 Dos Equis
Bottle Special: $150 Bottles of Ketel 1

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Featuring 4 Floors – 4 DJ’s
With the best in Pop, Hip-Hop, House & International

Main Floor: DJ Tektronics (Top 40, Mashups, Hip Hop)
– Vault: The House Tribe (Prog, Tech, House)
– Bedroom: DJ Mario (S. American + International)
– Chroma: DJ Saam (House, Dance, International)

ATB: Sat 3/26 [Glow at Fur]

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Tuesday, March 8, 2011, 7:38pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:46pm) Add comments

ATB at Glow Washington DCGLOW Washington DC presents:

ATB
twitter.com/atbandre

Opening Set by Roberto Gonzalez

Saturday, March 26 2011

Fur Nightclub 33 Patterson St NE
Washington, DC 20002
Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

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From: Germany

Style: Trance, house, electro

Famous Tracks: 9PM (til I come), Ecstasy, What About Us, Don’t Stop, Hold You, Behind, Let You Go

Best Known For: 9PM

DJ Mag Rank: 11

ATB has been plugging away, making tunes, touring across the world and trying new things. He wants to show his fans the new and unexpected.

Since dropping 9PM, the first trance tune to go #1 in the UK, ATB has put out nine artist albums and is currently working on his 10th. Last year, his ‘ATB The DJ 5′ included a rewired version of his famous track. The accompanying tour took him to clubs all over the world. He also reached No.8 in the Billboard Charts in the US with the single ‘Could You Believe’.

2010’s highlight was a summer residence in Las Vegas, where he exclusively headlined Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto Night every Saturday in August at Rain Club, Palms Hotel.

Just another regular year in the life of ATB

 

Bio

ATB (born André Tanneberger on February 26, 1973 in Freiberg, Saxony, Germany) is a German DJ, musician, and producer of electronic dance music. According to the official world DJ rankings governed by DJ Magazine, ATB is currently ranked #25, and on the The DJ List he is ranked #4.

Musical career

Andre Tannenberger started his music career at the dance music group Sequential One. He was the brain of the group from 1993 to 2002. In 1998, Andre also started a solo project named ATB. His first track under this name was “9pm (Till I Come)”, included in the Movin’ Melodies album, which topped the United Kingdom music charts in 1999 and is widely regarded as the UK’s first trance number one. The track features a guitar riff which became hugely popular. This guitar sound, which he accidentally found while experimenting with a new producing deck, became the trademark of his early hits. ATB continues to evolve and change with every album. His current style involves more vocals and varied sounds, with frequent pianos.

Despite only releasing a few more singles in the UK, namely “Don’t Stop!” (No.3, 300,000 copies sold) and “Killer” (No.4, 200,000 copies sold), he still regularly releases music in his native Germany and in other parts of Europe, where he has scored big hits such as “I Don’t Wanna Stop” and his cover of Olive’s 1996 hit “You’re Not Alone”.

Two Worlds (released in 2000) was his second studio album. It is a two-disc album based upon the concept of different types of music for different moods. The titles of the two CDs are: “The World of Movement” and “The Relaxing World”. This album includes two songs featuring Heather Nova: “Love Will Find You” and “Feel You Like a River.” Also the song “Let U Go” features on the “The World of Movement” disc featuring the vocals of Roberta Carter Harrison from the Canadian pop band Wild Strawberries.

His third album, Dedicated, was released in 2002. It includes two top hits: “Hold You” and “You’re Not Alone”. The title refers to the 9/11 events, so the album is dedicated to that tragedy. In 2003 ATB released Addicted To Music, which included hits such as “I Don’t Wanna Stop” and “Long Way Home”. The same year, ATB’s first DVD was released, Addicted To Music DVD. It features all his videos, a tour documentary, photos and many more.

ATB’s latest hits include uplifting “Ecstasy” and chilling “Marrakech”, both from the album No Silence (released in 2004) and also released as singles. “Marrakech” was also included on the soundtrack for the movie Mindhunters.

In 2005, ATB released Seven Years, a compilation of 20 songs, including all his singles. Additionally, Seven Years includes six new tracks, including the single “Humanity” and the 2005 rework of “Let U Go”. Many of ATB’s recent albums have featured vocals from Roberta Carter Harrison, singer for the Canadian band Wild Strawberries.

His latest album, Trilogy, was released on May 4, 2007. The single “Justify” was released from The DJ 4 in the Mix compilation. The single “Renegade” was released on April 12, and features Heather Nova. The third single was “Feel Alive”, released in July the same year.

In a Trance.nu interview on May 11, 2007. ATB considered Don’t Stop! to be his worst production to date, and he no longer stands by it anymore, due to it having to be similar to his first hit, 9pm (Till I Come).

André is married to Anna Tanneberger, and dedicated the song “A Dream About You”, off the album Trilogy to her.

Privately, ATB is known to be very good friends with trance producer Sash! and prefers listening to chill out trance rather than upbeat and vocal trance. Dontstop.co.uk, 2008, http://www.dontstop.co.uk/vThree/didyouknow.php He is also known to be a close friend of Michael Cretu – a mastermind of the Enigma musical project.

 

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dj scene at pop at UltrabarPop Nightlife DC presents:

DJ Scene
djscene.podomatic.com/
twitter.com/djscene1
Moodswing360

Opening Set by DJ Geometrix

Friday March 11th
Ultrabar Nightclub
911 F Street NW
Washington DC 20004
Doors Open at 9pm | Ages 18+

DJ Scene

DC CLUBS – DJ Scene knows how to do it right! His 2011 residency at PoP! Nightlife at Ultrabar went off with a major bang as he dropped banger after banger, filled everyone’s cups with Belvedere and went wild. Check out the pictures from the last time DJ Scene POPped off at Ultrabar

Sceneis one of the most consistent traveling DJs in the United States. His scratching, live remixing and blending of classic party anthems spans every genre from AC/DC to Jay-Z, 80′s to pop. He has performed with everyone: 50 Cent, Ludacris, Nas, Busta Rhymes, Jurassic 5, The Roots, De La Soul, DJ Premier, DJ AM, Common, Public Enemy, Sir Mix-A-Lot, Method Man, and more!

Scene is the kind of guy who was made for the DC nightlife masses. He’s probably wilder than you!


 

Vault: Maskell

The Basement Vault at Ultrabar Nightclub DC

The Basement Vault at Ultrabar Nightclub DC

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

 

Bedroom: NV&Bomba

DJs NV and Bomba in the Bedroom

DJs NV and Bomba in the Bedroom

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

 

Chroma: Lion L

Chroma at Ultrabar

Chroma, the 4th floor at Ultrabar

dj lion lChroma (3rd Floor): Lion L
Mashups, Dance, House

 

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Antoine Clamaran: Thu 3/10 [Glow at Lima]

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Tuesday, March 8, 2011, 12:56pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:46pm) Add comments
Antoine Clamaran: Thu 3/10 [Glow at Lima]

His talent has been sought by David Guetta, Gloria Estefan and Jean Michel Jarre. His influence helped spawn the French house we love today. Winner of FG Radio’s Best Track of 2010 tells us that with a nearly 30 year career, Antoine Clamaran and wine have everything in common.

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OMG! It’s Ladies night at Ultrabar! Every Saturday join us at Ultrabar as we host the sexiest party of the City, Ladies Night! Featuring 6 Bars, 5 Floors, 4 Dancefloors, 4 DJs, there’s a party for everyone in the group!

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Who’s leaving? “I’m going to be supporting Katy Perry on her worldwide “California Dreams” tour in 2011. Katy is one of my favorite musicians and one of my favorite people. There are so many talented acts coming out alongside us that it will make for a really really special show!”

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Panorama Productions has stepped it up for DC nightlife with its 2011 roster of DJs to the stars. Acts like PS1, Skeet Skeet, Chachi, Vice and Enferno bring the mash up hits from Vegas, NY and LA to Ultrabar every Friday at PoP!

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Pop Nightlife at Ultrabar is the first party to consistently bring the top residents from Vegas, NYC, Miami, AC and LA to Washington DC nightlife. DJ Scene absolutely ripped DC apart.

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