Shlomi Aber brought a little piece of the Holy Land to Club Glow last Thursday. Super techy, ultra smooth and highly intelligent, Aber’s brand of dance music is a true manifestation of what defines techno. Unctuous and organic, Aber sent mind warping frequencies screeching through the speakers of Lima Restaurant & Lounge. Carefully layered underneath were intricate drum lines strolling in and out, mesmerizing the crowd. He was a hypnotist behind the tables. Trying to figure out where each hit and kick was coming from eventually gave way to non-thought. As syncopated techno marches advanced on the crowd’s ears, Aber led his people on an exodus from reality to the Promised Land of an altered state of mind.
calvin harris club glow washington dc nightclubs concerts in dcWe know Calvin Harris is ready for the weekend. He’s a fucking rock star!! There’s no doubt about that. He was born to produce,
The only thing this Israeli artist is a slave to is the music. Heralded by DJ Magazine as having sets ‘full with warm and unique sounds that make you feel like you are going back to the better days of music,’ this master of techno and house is sure to rip Lima Restaurant & Lounge a new one.
Tweet Opening duties Tuesday night @ GLOW belonged to special guest Jerome Isma-Ae. The Munich-based artist is without question a DJ’s DJ, a producer’s producer, a master of progressive dance. With releases on Anjuna, Armada, Vandit, and Coldharbour to name a few, it’s clear his skills are respected by the best of the very best. [...]
With an overwhelming number of sub-genres of EDM, it’s refreshing to find an artist who combines them all. Classifying Marcus Schossow’s eclectic style into any one category is impossible. Fusing futuristic techno with filthy house and a subtle smattering of trance, the 24 year old Swede is in high demand for events and remixes across the globe. His positive, welcoming personality, high energy sets and signature sound are just a few reasons why he has been taking the electronic world by storm.
We could use a whole bunch of pretty adjectives to describe how amazing he is. We could list the number of sold out shows he’s done in DC. We could even discuss his residency at Glow 8 years ago. However, the only thing we really need to mention about Armin van Buuren is that he’s the world’s #1 DJ, three years running. Put it all together and you have the definition of what will without question be a truly epic night. On the verge of the 450th episode of his award winning radio show “A State of Trance,” Armin is guaranteed to delight, excite and ignite.
Lima Restaurant & Lounge has completed a presidential term in the realm of DC Clubbing. Four years ago it ran on the DC Nightlife ticket of the casual connoisseur, fusing food, wine, music and style.
Dirty South is affiliated. Mobbed up in fact. A known associate of the Swedish House Mafia, Glow was lucky enough to have the Aussie grace the decks of Fur Nightclub last Saturday night. Uber chill and super amped to spin, the look on his face said it all when asked if he was excited to be back in DC. “Are you kidding me?!?! Of course!!”
Tweet Lima is poised to celebrate its 4 year anniversary in style with an unforgettable Glow party. Local legend and longggg time Glow Resident Dan Sampson will be taking over the main floor with Glow’s secret weapon Jon Deke! Its a family occasion with all the old Glow family coming out to hang with Dan, [...]
Just as the three-headed dog guards the gates of the Greek Underworld, so too do Eric Prydz/Pryda/Cirez D guard the gates of house. Quiet and reserved, taking in his surroundings, crouching, patiently waiting; Prydz allowed the Glow crowd to enter with safety, moving closer and closer until it was too late. He struck first as Cirez D, with dizzying chords strumming across throbbing bass lines. Words simply cannot do justice to the infusion of life that surged through the crisp sound system of Lima Restaurant & Nightclub. Unleashing tracks like the dark and ominous “On Off” was his way of telling followers, “this is how house was meant to be played.”