When we asked Josh Gabriel about it he claimed that the notion of a one-and-done never came from their end. No. Gabriel and Dresden planned on keeping an open mind from the very start. And of course, with DC nightlife being one of the first scenes they ever played as a duo, Gabriel & Dresden’s return to Glow Washington DC was destined to occur.
Martin Solveig ran the gauntlet of party favorites at Lima Lounge Washington DC. He blasted DC nightlife with everything house, electro, rock, pop and hip-hop. There is no one better qualified to welcome a superstar DJ back to the US than DC nightclubs. Be on the lookout for his next big hit, ‘Big in Japan.’
Glow TV asks the hard hitting questions, like whether or not girls are always trying to grab Albin’s mohawk and how much hair gel he uses. Don’t worry, it’s not as much as Pauly D.
Sander van Doorn continues to take his style to the next level, as evidenced by his 2/5/11 set live from Glow Washington DC at Fur nightclub.
If Quentin Tarantino directs a music video for Sander van Doorn just remember where you heard it first: Glow Washington DC!!
He found the Lost World and brought you to its doorstep. Now he shows you the visions behind expressions. George Acosta returns to Glow Washington DC.
Ever heard of GDM? It’s the touring version of GTL!!
Avicii discusses stealing Moutso’s car, how his parents reacted when he told them he was going to be a DJ and how the food is at Barcode.
Morgan Page discusses dub step, his 3 most prized possessions and getting robbed at gun point in Brazil.. oh yeah, and the Grammys!!
What happens when you put your hands together and insert them into someone else’s hands that are put together… you know what we mean.