Brian Sadiarin a.k.a. DJ Geometrix, is one of the frontrunners of modern turntablism in Washington D.C.’s music scene, having been one of the first to bring the open format mixing style which is now prevalent in all of the city's main room dancefloors. From humble beginnings, Geometrix has secured himself full-on legend-status, for his contributions to the east coast DJ scene and the art of turntablism worldwide.
DJ Geometrix has been a staple in the D.C. nightlife scene, regularly performing and holding residencies at every major nightclub, including Love/Dream, Fur, Ibiza, Park, 1223, and Ultra Bar to name a few. He is one of the East Coast elite, having won Best Hip-Hop/Rap DJ of the Year at the 2004 Wammies, and having performed with such prestigious acts as Diddy, Ice Cube, Lil' Jon, Fat Joe, 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. In 2003, he was also named Breakthrough DJ of the Year by The Scene Magazine and has also been featured in XLR8R, Best Events, DJ Times, URB, Tablist, The Washington Post, Empire, City Paper, and Go Magazine. He was mentioned in “ON THE RECORD: The Scratch Academy Guide” by Luke Crisell, Phil White and Rob Principe, as well.
In 2010, DJ Geometrix co-founded Beat Refinery, a music school that teaches the art of deejaying and music production, in Bethesda, Md and Herndon, VA. The students, of all ages, learn scratching, mixing, music production, and how to market themselves.
DJ Geometrix earned his spot among the east coast's nightlife elite through his hard work and dedication. Now, he focuses the majority of his time on crafting his own original productions and raising the next generation of DJs through the Beat Refinery, and, like a true legend, passing on his trade knowledge while learning a little bit back from his students, as well.