Born and raised in Brooklyn, Mikey has been DJing professionally for over fifteen years. As the proprietor of two major venues (Sounthpaw; Public Assembly) he became a significant figure in the New York music scene. In addition to his internet radio presence (co-founder of Chances with Wolves – East Village Radio) he DJ’s over thirty weddings and corporate events a year in addition to his busy nightclub schedule. His music selection is designed entirely around the needs of the client – just name the sound! Has DJed with or opened up for: Ad-Rock (Beastie Boys), Mark Ronson, Prince Paul (De La Soul), Diplo, DJ Premier, Talib Kweli, Questlove, The Rub (Cosmo Baker; DJ Ayres; DJ Eleven)
DJ/Actor/Performer Marcus Ho is 16 year veteran of the NYC club scene. His DJ roots date back to the raves and underground clubs of his hometown Seattle in the 1990's (yes, he was underage). Marcus views djing weddings as a distinct honor and loves collaborating with couples to deliver a unique musical experience for each event. He seamlessly blends hits from all decades and genres, siting House, Indie, Pop, Rock, Hip Hop, Funk and Soul as some of his favorites. Though his acting career has lead him around the globe, and to the big and small screens, his greatest thrill is to create a packed dance floor full of smiling faces. Career highlights include The Saprano's Holiday Wrap Party, New York Magazine Holiday Party, The Ivy Club (London), The Vogue (Seattle)
Raised in downtown New York, JD has been involved in music for nearly 20 years. Starting out in a band, and eventually moving towards DJing, JD's love for music and rhythm have informed his ability to make crowds dance for as long as he's been performing. Always playing a little bit of everything, JD's style ranges from 80's singalongs, to reggae, to disco, to hip hop, and all the way to modern dance music. JD has had residencies at Lit Lounge, Battery Harris, and the William Vale, as well as having played one off gigs at everywhere from the Boom Boom Room to Output to House of Yes. JD has honed his crowd-pleasing style to make sure everyone from your grandmother to your little cousin is getting down on the dancefloor. When not DJing, JD is the owner of Williamsburg boutique, Concrete + Water. You're always welcome to pop by and say hi and tell him what song you absolutely have to hear on the big day.
is a DJ, Producer and actor. He has had residencies at The Standard Hotel, Barney's, The Growler, Pier A, Ella’s, The Supply House, Good Co. and Rose Gold. He has played weddings, fashion shows, photo shoots and private parties and has even played a wedding MC in a film, "A Good Marriage", written by Stephen King. As a long time wedding DJ, he appreciates when all the puzzle pieces fit together. With all the details in place to celebrate on such a special day it's the greatest joy to find the tunes to match the occasion and light the dance floor on fire! Favorite wedding memory: Putting on a song and seeing Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor get out of her seat and boogie.
Ethan has been DJing clubs, bars, weddings, and various events for over a decade. His DJ name is Baby Dayliner, which is also the moniker under which he performs and releases his own music. His initial influences were the Hip Hop and ‘80s tunes he grew up with, but now is also into disco, oldies, trap, current top 40, dancehall, Latin music, and everything in between. You can currently find Ethan spinnging at Pianos (LES), and Broken Land (Greenpoint). Past residencies include STK, Botanica, Le Poisson Rouge, Max Fish, and Good Company. Outside NYC he’s done small residencies at Les Deux (LA), The Half Moon (Hudson, NY), and ESPY awards parties. When he’s not DJing, he’s recording his own music, running, playing a game of pickup basketball, or reading a novel.
Jeff has been DJing in New York City for the past 6 years. He performs at weddings, parties, and clubs and enjoys playing a wide range of music mixing rare cuts and timeless jams. He has DJed for comedian Hannibal Burress during his former residency at the Knitting Factory, and has spun at venues ranging from the Park in Chelsea, to an open house in the iconic brownstone from Spike Lee's Crooklyn, among others. Jeff will take from you a selection of songs you wish to be played along with songs that you definitely DO NOT want played and allow those choices to inform his set for the evening. On his own, his sensibilities skew towards 90s R&B; and 80s dance numbers, but his musical palate is wide and he is very adaptable.