Geek x Vrv Took Over Aisle 5 in Little Five Points This Weekend

Geek x Vrv at Aisle 5. Megan Binkley | Avant-Youth

Geek x Vrv is a dynamic DJ pair that combine many different genres such as jazz, funk and electric hip-hop to create their signature sound. The French duo is currently on their North American tour and made a stop at Aisle 5 in Little Five Points to show ATLiens what they are all about. 

DJ Robby D opened for Poldoore. Megan Binkley | Avant-Youth
Poldoore opened for Geek x Vrv. Megan Binkley | Avant-Youth

The electric show opened with Robby D and Poldoore who both brought a unique energy to the stage that got fans off their feet and grooving to the beat of their music. Both DJ’s played a mix of original and non-original sounds, adding their own twist to the music.

A fan dancing to the music.
Megan Binkley | Avant-Youth

A little after midnight, Geek x Vrv took the stage with full force and demanded attention from the moment the beat dropped. They played many of their hits like “It’s Because,” the song that has catapulted them into the spotlight and has since achieved notice by many world-known DJs like GRiZ and Pretty Lights.  

The French DJ's had an electric vibe to them.
Megan Binkley | Avant-Youth

Saxophone solo. Megan Binkley | Avant-Youth

I have seen my fair share of DJs throughout the years, but none have had the stage presence like Geek x Vrv did at Aisle 5. The entire night they were dancing and having fun, which was contagious for everyone watching. With a lack of psychedelic visuals that most DJ’s tend to have, they made up for it with their music and visible energy (has anyone ever seen Skrillex hiding in his giant box?). At one point I looked around the room and fans were letting loose–like no one was watching.

Geek x Vrv dancing on stage. Megan Binkley | Avant-Youth
Geek x Vrv on their North American tour. Megan Binkley | Avant-Youth

The show went on until a little after 2 a.m. Even then, fans were not ready to leave. I heard some shout for an encore before the venue turned the lights on and kicked everyone out. After seeing Geek x Vrv for the first time, I can say they are one of the most fun DJ groups I have photographed. 

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