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Dotcom & Victor Niglio – Washington DC – 04/22/2015

Wed Apr 22nd 2015
16+ Enter/21+ Drink
U Street Music Hall

Dotcom & Victor Niglio

3D Productions & B.A.D.A.S.S. RAVES present:


10 PM / $10-$15 / 18+
Tickets are $20 at the door.


Philadelphia native, Chris Comstock, better known as Dotcom, has made his mark in the dance music scene with clear intentions that he’s here to stay. As a veteran DJ and skilled producer, Dotcom continues to release hit after hit, which has given him some of the most devout followers in the industry.

In a little over 2 years, Dotcom’s Soundcloud account has racked up an astonishing 21 million overall plays and is still growing. His music has become a staple in many top producers sets, gaining support from artists like Tiesto, Dj Snake, Borgore, Dj Carnage, just to name a few. Most known for his remix of Chief Keef’s “Hate Being Sober,” which went viral on the social media app “Vine;” it gathered over 4.8 million plays in just 4 short months. Of course this is alongside countless other tracks Dotcom has with over a million plays. With the direction Dotcom is headed, its safe to say that his music will be around for years to come.


“All it took was for me to hear ‘Warp’ by The Bloody Beetroots,” says Victor Niglio, who attributes “Warp” as the catalyst of his dream to be a music producer & DJ. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Niglio’s interest in music started at a very early age, as he has been playing the piano since the age of four.

The now 22-year-old dj/producer has been on a hot streak since late 2012 with the release of his “Cannonball” remix, in collaboration with Carnage. He’s gone on to release his original “Jiggy” with Mad Decent, “Booty Monsta” in collaboration with Borgore, a remix of “Who,” and his acclaimed remix of “Animals” in collaboration with Martin Garrix.

Friends and fans alike have described Niglio’s live sets as a “full blown party,” deeming his shows quite the hot ticket. With a penchant for playing hard hitting, undiscovered music, he laces his sets with throwbacks a-la 90’s pop hits, and the occasional EDM crowd pleaser. You can expect him to play a diverse multi-genre set, spanning from electro, progressive house, trap, ‘big room’, twerk, hardstyle, and even the occasional trance song.

Support by:

●Bortz x Seba Yuri ●
(Been Triloquists)
●Massacat x Hogan●
(The Worst)

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