Club GLOW Presents
Lost Kings, Throttle
2135 Queens Chapel Road NE
Washington, DC, 20018
This event is 18 and over
Justin "3LAU" is house music producer and DJ by night; college junior by day. Currently 21 years old, 3LAU balances a full course load at Washington University in St. Louis with a nationwide tour schedule and hours devoted to producing the bootlegs and remixes that have landed him top 10 Beatport & Hype Machine charting. Combining top-40 acapellas with instrumental bangers, 3LAU kickstarted his career producing a signature sound that transcends the traditional definition of a bootleg, seamlessly weaving tracks that breed dance floor filth.
With a background in piano, guitar, and drums, 3LAU's beginnings were in indie, but a trip to Sweden in the summer of 2011 opened his eyes to the world of house music. After producing for only a year, 3LAU's achievements include the #1 remix in Tiesto's "Work Hard, Play Hard" remix competition, a top 10 beatport release on the progressive charts, and slots at Electric Zoo, Global Dance Fest, Spring Awakening and Camp Bisco. FratMusic.com named 3LAU as its official House DJ and he has received critical acclaim from top blogs ThisSongisSick.com, GoodMusicAllDay.com, and Earmilk.com as well as EDM influencers R3hab, Porter Robinson, and James Egbert. Look out for 3LAU's debut EP later this year!
Robert Gainley and Dr. No, knew of each other for a while, but had never really talked about working together. It took a good amount of whiskey before they decided they wanted to see what would happen if they collaborated on a remix. The following week they sat down, put in some work, and were amazed by the results. Truly impressed by what they just created, they decided to join forces, because what's better than one handsome man who's prone to fast and saucy behavior? Two handsome men that are prone to fast and saucy behavior. This duo has gained a lot of steam in a short amount of time and have already been supported by some of the bigger players in the game.
This is only the beginning of what should be an exciting path for this duo. These two young men are often compared to Karl Malone and Jon Stockton, they always deliver and they like to wear high shorts.
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