RaverMag: So many DJs and Producers are looking to get booked at clubs all over the world. There is an overabundance of talent in every city and across the world these days. What do you look for when selecting an artist to perform? Is there a certain genre of music that connects more with the Orlando crowd? And is the A list coming to Orlando to perform? Brandon: Our team is constantly talking about who we need to book next. I love when my staff shows me new music and says, “They would be perfect.” Everyone jokes around how “Attic should be its own genre of music. We call it “confetti music”; big room songs where you want confetti in your face every drop. Booking DJs is one of the biggest perks of my job. I’m able to hand pick my personal favorites and have them come take over Attic for the night. RaverMag: EDC Orlando just wrapped up in November. Chocolate Puma, CID and others performed to jampacked crowds. For those who couldn’t make it out to The Attic Orlando, describe in a few words the overall vibe of the people and crowd.
Brandon: I often think the biggest drawback of Attic is the limited size. On the flipside, there are nights that it’s clearly the greatest attribute. The energy and intimacy in Attic are through the roof. People know what they are getting every time they come. To date, my favorite Yelp review we have is, “Nothing but pure unadulterated House music Saturday nights.” Between the confetti-filled balloons and robots with thousands of lasers walking around, we make sure we are throwing a party crazy enough to make your Snapchat story night after night. RaverMag: With three successful businesses in the works and a massive influx of growth that is absolutely exploding for you, what’s next for Brandon Geers? Brandon: We would love to expand to a new city soon. I am always meeting people that tell me how bad they need a club like Attic in their town. Venturing to a new city is not as easy as most think. We know the struggles of entering a new market so the time and place will have to be perfect for us, but we see it happening sooner than later.