DJ of The Week
If you want to experience Huxley, one of the brightest stars in the House music scene today, you best go see him live and never mind reading about him online.
The future of House music is safe in the hands of Sonny Fodera. *Free download so you can hear for yourself.
It is easy to forget that when DJ’s first came on the scene, they weren’t synonymous with electronic based dance music, laser light shows, and jam packed arenas. Let Questlove teach you how it really is.
He dreamed of traveling the world like a rock star. He does it as an in demand DJ and producer instead. I think Noir is just fine with that.
What better way to wrap up our month long feature of Latino Djs than with one of the greatest to ever do it, David Morales!
Our third featured Latino DJ in our month long celebration of them is none other than Johnny “Juice” Rosado. Get ready to get educated from old school to new school, you’re gonna get schooled.
If there is one person in the music industry who can be considered diverse, crosses borders to touch people and gives those people cause to celebrate, it’s Duce Martinez.
He can handle the underground and the pop masses equally with ease. Say hello to our DJ of The Week, Davidson Ospina.
Our first featured DJ in our month long celebration of Latino DJs is Ray Vasquez. You may or may not have heard of him, but when the big dogs come to play in New York and when he walks into a club, the real party people know him.
This weeks DJ of the Week is proof that a DJ doesn’t have to be a producer to make it, but that love and hard work can pay off just as well.