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Real DJs make mixes. Many of our live performances are posted on our MIXCLOUD page. Here are a few highlights...
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This is super high-energy EDM mix I performed for an event on Muir Beach June 2023. It comprises style like Hi-NRG, acid house, nu disco, classic funk revisions, '90s freestyle and even some Phil Collins for good measure. A mix for those trying to make it to sunrise!
For Docusign's 20th anniversary party, I spun a mix of nothing but 2003 jams. Total nostalgia trip but what a fun concept project!
This is my most popular mix on Mixcloud, I guess because people love Lizzo. It's mostly rap and it also features some of my favorite new artists like Saweetie and Lil Nas X as well as some throwbacks like Nelly and House of Pain.
This is my Bay Area Slaps mix, because Bay Area rap slaps.
When people ask me for a "typical" wedding mix, my standard response is that there's no such thing - every night is different because I feed off the energy on the dance floor. But after Whitney and Corbin gave me total creative latitude for their 2019 wedding in Sonoma, I thought to myself that maybe this mix does represent some of my popular choices. In the end it comes down to 50% preparation (getting to know the couples' tastes) and 50% showing up and reading the room. Remember that a DJ will always do their best work when you express trust and respect their creativity, experience and talent!
This was the last event I deejayed pre-COVID. I flew to Nebraska to DJ a prom for 400 sweaty dental school students. It was lit! At one point they crashed the stage and it got so turnt that the venue threatened to shut us down. Fortunately we restored order and had a wild rest of the night. Good times!
In the pre-COVID times I hosted a monthly residency at Portal in Oakland called The Funktown Getdown. I mostly spun classic funk, boogie, R&B and West Coast rap. I love classic funk music and it's always in my virtual crates at weddings. I created a separate MIXCLOUD for my Funktown Getdown mixes. They're a little more far-out than what I'd typically spin at weddings but I hope you dig!
This is a big corny pop mix of my favorite moneymakers from the mid-2000s. I started deejaying weddings in 2010 and these songs were my bread and butter in those early years. Still feel a rush of excitement and nostalgia when I spin them!