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DJ and an aspiring electronic music producer. I DJ solely for my deep love for music and my desire to share the music I love and create with the world. I currently hold the World Record speed for tucking in a lightly-starched dress shirt into a pair of 32-inch waste chinos at 2.93 seconds. For booking inquiries, contact by email (email@example.com).
Raised outside of Boston, Massachusetts, I have had a passion for music since I was young. From the moment I discovered how to record on a Tapedeck, I started making mixtapes for friends. The first time I really listened to Electronic music was when my father bought me Eiffel 65's Europop album in 1999. I can still remember listening to it on repeat. I was in a band for several years as a lead guitarist, having a 4-track Studio EP professionally produced. In 2011, I started a music blog called Ear Candy comprised of the latest and greatest EDM tracks, underground hip-hop, and Top 40 club music. I have since moved onto different ventures.
After gaining traction in the music industry with my music selection on my blog, I decided to try my hand at DJing. With the "EDM" scene blowing up in recent years (a term I don't like to use), there has been an influx of DJs in the scene sporting new technology. I am one of them. It has become very competitive as DJs try to differentiate themselves from each other. Some DJs claim they are only Tech House DJs, some are only Hardstyle, some are Electro Big-Room, some are Progressive-Vocal, some are Trap, some are Glitch - the list can go on for days with sub-genres. Personally, I don't categorize myself into any of these molds. I love all genres of music. At the end of the day, what really gets me excited is when I can play the music I love to a crowd of people (even if it's only 4 people), and make them dance. I have a quick-transition DJ style and like to keep people on their toes not knowing what to expect. Enough of me - listen for yourself.
My passion for finding the latest and greatest music to share with the world will always be there, but it as since morphed into a passion to create music to share with the world. Be on the lookout for original tracks posting in the near future.
“I'd rather be hated for who I am than loved for who I'm not” - Kurt Cobain
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