Las Vegas, United States
Jeremy is one of the most seasoned veterans in the Las Vegas Club and Underground scene. With over 14 years of experience behind the decks he has built his fan base not as a producer, but as an extremely versatile DJ who can read a crowd, improvise, and know exactly what style of music or song to play that fits the room and timeslot. Back in 1999, when he built up his first crate of vinyl, he was influenced by the West Coast Funky House that was led by names like DJ Dan and Donald Glaude. Today his sound has morphed into a theme park of roller coasters where he seamlessly transitions from Electro, House, Breaks, Techno, Progressive, Dubstep, and Glitch-Hop. His versatility has allowed him to get a wide variety of gigs where you might see him drop a Tribal and Funky House set opening up at the Pure House Music Festival or a banging Electro set closing it out at the Electric Daisy Carnival. A self-proclaimed futurist with a love for technology, Jeremy strives to keep his finger on the pulse of the latest sounds and gear. Having spent the first half of his career playing strictly on vinyl, his timeline of gear has evolved from Technics, Serato, Traktor, and now his preference is USB drive on the industry standard CDJ-2000′s.
Jeremy first discovered Electronic Music by attending some big underground warehouse events in the San Francisco Bay Area in late 1997. Some of his first parties at legendary venues like Home Base helped shape his mentality on what it takes to be a good DJ. Shortly after he moved back to Las Vegas and made it his mission to learn from the pioneers in the Vegas underground scene. Less than a year after mixing his first record in 1999 he was given a peak time slot at one of Vegas’ biggest underground events of the era, Sunnie Days. For years after that he was content honing his skills while playing underground events and working a corporate job.
After a first time trip to Burning Man in 2009, he came from the festival determined to return home and step up his DJing to new heights. Leaving the corporate lifestyle behind, he also saw an opportunity to use his computer and marketing skills to properly promote himself. By 2010 he hit his stride and started playing major clubs in Las Vegas including Moon Nightclub at the Palms and Rok Vegas in the New York, New York. He also landed a residency for some Mansion Parties in Las Vegas that were known for some of the best vibes the town had to offer in 2010. After attending Burning Man as merely a spectator in 2009 he made the jump to resident DJ in 2010 for a big theme camp called Black Rock Syndicate. From 2010-2012, Jeremy has been able to play at some of the biggest sound stages and art cars at Burning Man. There he has shared the stage with international talent and headliners like Carl Cox, Lee Burridge, DJ Dan, Donald Glaude, Serge Devant, Ill Gates, TJR, Hatiras, LA Riots, Scooter (of Scooter and Lavelle), Bunny, Elite Force, Will Bailey, Jelo, Brett Rubin, and Tara Brooks.
Jeremy also made his debut on Beatport in 2012 not as a producer but strictly as a DJ. His DJ mix “Meltdown” charted at #7 overall. His resume in Vegas includes everything from big pool parties like Rehab and the Palms Pool to nightclubs like Body English and Artisan Afterhours. As well as some of the biggest outdoor events and festivals in Downtown Las Vegas have had Jeremy on the bill. The Dancetronauts from Santa Cruz, CA is an Art Car with a mobile sound stage that has a customed built 100,000 watt sound system. They have booked Jeremy as a featured guest at their Halloween Parade After Party two years in a row. The biggest show they’ve done in Downtown Las Vegas was for the First Public Burn in the city’s history. This event was put on at the First Friday Arts Festival and Larry Harvey, the creator of Burning Man, was among the thousands in attendance. Jeremy was one of two DJs and the only local that got to play for the massive crowd.
After six successful guest spots with the Dancetronauts including a Zappos private party, they put Jeremy on the short list of DJs to feature on their stage at North America’s largest festival, the Electric Daisy Carnival. His closing set on Sat. night was the ultimate highlight of his career, because it concluded with an encore and EDC officials having to pull the plug on his performance so that people would leave the festival grounds.
Official Website: http://jeremyespinosa.com
Make sure to "like" his Facebook Fanpage:
Follow him on Twitter: