GEOMETRIX

GEOMETRIX

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DJ Geometrix (a.k.a. Brian Sadiarin) is a Washington, D.C. based DJ and remixer whose been a staple in the D.C. nightlife scene since 1993, regularly holding residencies at... read more
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Biography

Location: Washington, United States United States
Real Name: BRIAN SADIARIN
Genre: House, Open Format

DJ Geometrix (a.k.a. Brian Sadiarin) is a Washington, D.C. based DJ and remixer whose been a staple in the D.C. nightlife scene since 1993, regularly holding residencies at the city’s top nightclubs. He became well-known in the DJ scene by becoming a national finalist in the 2000 and 2001 DMC Battle for World Supremacy USA Championships. Since then, he was named Breakthrough DJ of the Year by The Scene Magazine and Best Club DJ of the Year by the Washington Post. He has also appeared in 11 Major Regional Championships, 3 other U.S. Championships, and eventually won the 2009 McDonald’s/Sprite DJ Battle Championships in Washington, D.C.

DJ Geometrix is most notable for elevating the awareness of DJing and turntablism within not only the DC DJ community but Filipinos worldwide. He started the website TURNTABLISTNETWORK.COM, which is one of the largest and most active online DJ communities. He belongs to a collective of DC legends in a DJ crew known as The Trooperz, which includes DJ Quixotic, DJ Enferno, and DJ I-Dee. He has a passion of teaching up and coming DJs, most notably World Champion DJ I-Dee, and in 2010, co-founded the Beat Refinery, a first of its kind DJ school in the Washington DC area with two locations: Bethesda, MD & Herndon, VA. The students, of all ages, learn scratching, mixing, how to produce music and how to market themselves.

DJ Geometrix has shared the stage with some of the industries’ best including Diddy, Ice Cube, Fat Joe, Lil Jon, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, KRS-One, Slick Rick, Doug E. Fresh, Gangstarr, EPMD, Wale, DJ Q-Bert, Grandmaster Roc Raida, and DMC World Champions DJ Craze & DJ A Trak. He has been featured in XLR8R, Best Events, DJ Times, URB, Tablist, The Washington Post, Empire, City Paper, and Go Magazine. He was also mentioned in “ON THE RECORD: The Scratch Academy Guide” by Luke Crisell, Phil White, and Rob Principe, which guides readers through 40 years of music, creativity, and DJ culture.

As a DJ, he mainly mixes a fusion of hip-hop, pop, and house, and has spun in various nightclubs and events across the United States. As a remixer/producer, his style of fusing turntablist techniques with modern dance trends has produced many remixes that have been used by the world’s top DJs as well as garnering much attention from the music blogosphere.

DJ Geometrix (a.k.a. Brian Sadiarin) is a Washington, D.C. based DJ and remixer whose been a staple in the D.C. nightlife scene since 1993, regularly holding residencies at the city’s top nightclubs. He became well-known in the DJ scene by becoming a national finalist in the 2000 and 2001 DMC Battle for World Supremacy USA Championships. Since then, he was named Breakthrough DJ of the Year by The Scene Magazine and Best Club DJ of the Year by the Washington Post. He has also appeared in 11 Major Regional Championships, 3 other U.S. Championships, and eventually won the 2009 McDonald’s/Sprite DJ Battle Championships in Washington, D.C.

DJ Geometrix is most notable for elevating the awareness of DJing and turntablism within not only the DC DJ community but Filipinos worldwide. He started the website TURNTABLISTNETWORK.COM, which is one of the largest and most active online DJ communities. He belongs to a collective of DC legends in a DJ crew known as The Trooperz, which includes DJ Quixotic, DJ Enferno, and DJ I-Dee. He has a passion of teaching up and coming DJs, most notably World Champion DJ I-Dee, and in 2010, co-founded the Beat Refinery, a first of its kind DJ school in the Washington DC area with two locations: Bethesda, MD & Herndon, VA. The students, of all ages, learn scratching, mixing, how to produce music and how to market themselves.

DJ Geometrix has shared the stage with some of the industries’ best including Diddy, Ice Cube, Fat Joe, Lil Jon, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, KRS-One, Slick Rick, Doug E. Fresh, Gangstarr, EPMD, Wale, DJ Q-Bert, Grandmaster Roc Raida, and DMC World Champions DJ Craze & DJ A-Trak. He has been featured in XLR8R, Best Events, DJ Times, URB, Tablist, The Washington Post, Empire, City Paper, and Go Magazine. He was also mentioned in “ON THE RECORD: The Scratch Academy Guide” by Luke Crisell, Phil White, and Rob Principe, which guides readers through 40 years of music, creativity, and DJ culture.

As a DJ, he mainly mixes a fusion of hip-hop, pop, and house, and has spun in various nightclubs and events across the United States. As a remixer/producer, his style of fusing turntablist techniques with modern dance trends has produced many remixes that have been used by the world’s top DJs as well as garnering much attention from the music blogosphere.

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