highly-skilled & experienced professional DJs
Now bringing the party-rock to more people than ever before, D-Mac has hand-selected a roster of highly-skilled & experienced professional associate DJs ready to bring that dancefloor heat to your wedding, private party, or corporate event. Perfectly complementing their mobile experience, these are locally & nationally-recognized DJs & producers rocking some of your favorite DC nightspots—Marvin, Café Saint-Ex, Dodge City, Eighteenth Street Lounge, U Street Music Hall, and The Wonderland Ballroom—every week!
No other mobile team in the DC area can say this. No one.
From opening for James Brown to making people boogie into the late hours at that awesome house party you were at last month (the one you still can’t stop talking about), these guys are the cream of the crop. Collectively, they’ve got decades of experience at a wide range of events & locations. From providing an elegant, unique & well-selected soundtrack for cocktails & dinner to working a dancefloor into a frenzy, these DJs can do it all.
There are too many records in the world to stick to one style and DJ Stylus embraces that in his party-rocking philosophy. Dubbed The Vibe Conductor by his fans, Stylus takes a tight groove approach to mixing and applies it to a palette of tunes from overlooked classics to the newest progressive electronic sounds, connecting the soulful elements of his selections to inspire dance floors. With extensive multi-genre fluency, DJ Stylus creates musical narratives that are nuanced, compelling, ambitious and far-ranging. Catch him with Meistro (below) at the Sol Power party. Also check for his Axel F Party, serving up R&B, funk and pop from the ’80s.
Stylus’ blog posts | Stylus in-depth
DJ M Dot
DJ M Dot is a DJ uniquely positioned at the nexus of music and community building.
She is a member of the Recreative Spaces Artist Collective and curator of Community Mixtape, an interactive DJ Workshop focusing on musical storytelling. M Dot transitioned from a producer of local radio programming to DJing venues across the city, including her three year running party, RISE!! which brings together DJ’s and percussionists to explore rhythms from across the globe. Catch M Dot at her residencies in DC in the U Street Corridor, and keep up with performances at her own site.
M Dot’s blog posts | DJ M Dot in-depth
DJ Ty Hussell
Ty Hussell is a DJ, multi-instrumentalist, producer, sound-engineer, and educator with a deep love for rhythms & sounds from around the globe.
Drawing from his extensive and eclectic collection, he’s been igniting dance floors for over 20 years with his mixtures of Afro-Latin, Brazilian, Jamaican, Caribbean, African, Funk, Soul, Disco & Boogie. When called for, he accompanies these sonic explorations with an array of live percussion instruments, which he has collected from various parts of the world. A consummate professional, Ty takes pride in curating custom-tailored musical experiences to suit each unique occasion.
Ty Hussell’s blog posts | DJ Ty Hussell in-depth
DJ Stereo Faith
DJ Stereo Faith has been sending club-goers into a frenzy with his signature style of DJing, since the mid-1990’s. The Washington City Paper calls him “a straightforward party starter.”
As one half of Baltimore’s Taxlo, named by Blender magazine as “Best Party in America,” he’s played alongside world-renown DJs such as Diplo, Switch, Craze, Klever, Boys Noize, Tittsworth, DJ Sega, 9th Wonder, Prince Paul, Treasure Fingers, Annie Mac and many, many more. Stereo Faith maintains club residencies in New York, Philadelphia and Washington, DC.
Stereo Faith’s blog posts | Stereo Faith in-depth
DJ KC is a native Washingtonian who works as a research manager by day, and moves hearts and backsides by night. KC has lived in New York City and Kathmandu and traveled to every continent except Antarctica but friends, family and a love for DC keeps bringing him back home. Music is KC’s passion and he’s been blessed by success just doing what he loves best: DJing with friends here in Washington.
Passion for music, deep knowledge, and an unabashed love for DC; that’s KC.
KC’s blog posts | KC in-depth
DJ Neville C.
Strictly vinyl DJ, champion selector, and owner of the best record store in Washington, DC, used and otherwise, Som Records.
A Florida native, Neal Becton was raised in Atlanta, GA and is a proud graduate of the University of Georgia. Neal started DJing in 1990 while maintaining careers in hotel management and journalism. He gave his life over completely to vinyl when he opened his own record store in 2003. His personal collection is formidable, to say the least; he currently owns more than 14,000 records. With those kinds of deep crates, no style of music is beyond his grasp.
Neville C’s blog posts | DJ Neville C. in-depth
The Pinstriped Rebel
Les Talusan, also known as The Pinstriped Rebel, has a vast and eclectic collection of pop, indie, and underground hits, as well as rare, obscure gems that can help craft a uniquely personal sound. A professional DJ with 16 years worth of experience, Les is known for her perfectly crafted mixes and commitment to artistic excellence. Les is currently a resident DJ at DC-based clubs The Black Cat, Marx Café, and is Sulu DC’s resident DJ.
The Pinstriped Rebel spins an eclectic and fun mix of music, maintaining the highest quality control across a freeform blend of soul, funk, deep house, and old school hip-hop, even throwing in some 80s freestyle and the occasionally obscure pop gem.
The Pinstriped Rebel’s blog posts | The Pinstriped Rebel in-depth
Besides DJing in clubs and rocking weddings, Rusty B aka Russell Belicek also records music with his partner Frank Cueto in the band the All Good Funk Alliance and runs 2 different record labels Funk Weapons and Baffin Island Beat Brigade and helps run Super Hi-Fi. Currently a resident at Eighteenth Street Lounge and Dodge City, he also DJs around the world playing everywhere from Vancouver to Australia or wherever the funk groove is needed. Whether that’s opening for the godfather of soul James Brown, rocking a crowd of thousands at a summer festival, or just helping 50 headz get sweaty in a dank basement bar.
Rusty B’s blog posts | Rusty B. in-depth
In his own words, DJ Meistro has been “runnin’ tings in Washington, DC since forever.” With monthly residencies at Wonderland Ballroom (since 2004), Café Saint-Ex (since 2006), and Napoleon (since 2007), and most recently the biweekly Sol Power party at Tropicalia with the aforementioned DJ Stylus (dropping afrobeat, latin jams, Brazilian grooves, house, disco and funk), you can be assured Meistro’s got ample crates & skills.
Meistro’s blog posts | Meistro in-depth
Jason Brown aka DJ Jayclue is a well seasoned DJ/Producer with over 15 years experience behind the decks.
Having played many different venues across the US, Western Canada, Australia and New Zealand over the years, Jayclue knows how to move a dance floor. Avoiding being pigeonholed to a particular genre of music, Jay is know to move seamlessly through Hip-Hop, Mid-tempo Funk and Soul, Breaks, Dancehall, Reggae, Disco, Latin, Swing, Balkan, House, DnB and everything between. As a producer, Jason is 1/3 of the quickly rising production team known as Qdup Foundation.