Paul van Dyk, Alpha 9, Alex M.O.R.P.H.

Echostage Washington

Saturday, February 29, 2020 9:00 PM

Electronic

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GA I General Admission

$20.00 (+$5.90 Fee)

General Admission Standing | Ages 18+

GA II General Admission

$25.00 (+$6.72 Fee)

General Admission Standing | Ages 18+

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Event Details

Club Glow Presents:
Guiding Light Album Tour

Paul Van Dyk
ALPHA 9
Alex M.O.R.P.H.

Doors: 9 PM | No Dress Code | Ages 18+
VIP/Bottle Service: tables@echostage.com | 202-503-2331

Artist Details

Paul Van Dyk

The story of Grammy-nominated DJ, producer and scene-starter Paul van Dyk doesn’t begin in the 1991 techno incubator of Tresor, the 1995 Twilo-era Manhattan or the 1997 superclubs in Ibiza or London… It begins in 1985 and in his mom’s kitchen. It was there in Communist East Berlin that Paul van Dyk first caught the sounds of synthesised music broadcast over the West’s radio waves. It was among the most auspicious of meetings and its effect is difficult to overstate, having shaped the course of... View More

Alex M.O.R.P.H.

It takes a strong heart and inventive mind to live on the very top of the electronic dance scene – especially if your career spans nearly two decades. Luckily, German producer and DJ Alex M.O.R.P.H. holds both of these, along with a lively spirit that seems to feed on music. His ways with melody are widely known and loved, the M.O.R.P.H. sound a phenomenon that grabs the audience time and again, and the constant drive to reinvent himself is a mere reflection of his ability to stay ahead of the game.... View More

Alpha 9

At the age of eight years old, Arty's grandmother insisted that he should go to music school, which he successfully completed at fourteen years old.[9] After that he seriously considered applying for a music college, but eventually decided against it, because the chance to become a professional pianist was really small and because he stopped enjoying playing the instrument. Instead he learned to use an FL Studio sequencer. His love for video games and electronics led to his liking towards production... View More

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