When Wolfgang finally took the stage around 12:30, the main room was at capacity. While his stage may have helped capture the attention of the audience, his music did most of the talking.
For all of DC nightlife that witnessed Kleinenberg’s set, they witnessed the sounds of a lost genre; house music.
Mush, pop, squish, STAGE DIVE!! 4 ingredients of Dada Life’s recipe for success.
The UK dirty house producer and 2010 breakthrough artist of the year (Schulz, Knight) did the dirty on DC nightlife!
Antoine Clamaran has been in the game for a long time. Dating back to the early ’90s, Clamaran was at the fore-front of house music. His sound revolutionized the genre into what we know it to be today.
When Gabriel & Dresden took the decks, the energy in the main room increased ten fold. People moved forward, the volume was turned up and a loud chant of Gabriel & Dresden echo throughout Fur Nightclub. DC nightlife was ready for one of the most anticipated gigs of the year.
Acosta wanted to give his fans an amazing set. There was never a dull or boring section of Acosta’s set. Every song, every transition and every drop was flawless.
By Ravi in Dance Music, DC Clubs, dc lounges, DC Nightclubs, DC Nightlife, Glow Blog, Glow Washington DC, Show Reviews
Tuesday, February 15, 2011, 1:12pm
They nearly brought the house down at one point with an insane dub step drop that had albin’s mohawk aimed at the crowd has he moshed his way around the booth.
By Ravi in Dance Music, DC Clubs, DC Nightclubs, DC Nightlife, Fur Nightclub, Glow Blog, Glow Washington DC, Show Reviews
Tuesday, February 8, 2011, 12:31am
To say Sander van Doorn is one of the greatest DJs and producers in the world is a huge understatement. He not only manages to bring a wonderful sounding set to the ears of audiences around the globe, but also creates an atmosphere for every EDM listener to love.
By Ravi in Dance Music, DC Clubs, DC Nightclubs, DC Nightlife, Glow Blog, Glow Washington DC, Lima Lounge, Show Reviews
Tuesday, February 8, 2011, 12:00am
If you haven’t witnessed the boss of Toolroom Records, a master of tech-house, rock a room… you’ve been missing out. Mark Knight is a legend. He is a pioneer of not only house music, but also Electronic Dance Music in general.