Played a corporate function for GE the other night, the same day Lou Reed died. Figured this tune was appropriate seeing as these aerialists were dangling from the rafters.


Travas just sent over this great new press shot. Read more about our laconic party rocker in the Deejays section.


Even though this isn’t a very high quality shot of Edwin rockin’ Studio Paris, I kind of like the ghoulish look of his eyes. Apropos for this month, I suppose.

Trés effrayant!


If you’ve read through this website you’ve probably noticed that we’re not big fans of lighting rigs. Especially at weddings. Live shows are a whole different beast, though. This shot is from our headlining performance at Metro last weekend. Our friends Video Villains built the rig and projected images around us as we DJ’d.

Shine on, you crazy diamonds.


This remix of Theophilus London’s “Wine & Chocolates” by the supremely talented ANDHIM has been a smash in clubs for a couple years now. While it may still be a little too heavy for a wedding dance floor, I wonder if we’ve got any clients who’d be willing to have us rock this as you’re being introduced in to the room.

It’s time to live it up…

Here’s a very rare snap of String Theory as they prepare for a gig in Batman’s apartment (aka Hotel 71). These are some of the most talented musicians I’ve ever met, and also my dear friends: Adrian, Steve, and Shaum. String Theory is having their best year yet, and is averaging one event per weekend. Their 2014 calendar is filling up very quickly so inquire sooner than later.

They don’t have a website. They don’t have business cards. They don’t attend networking events…

They just love to play music. And they do it very, very well.


People sometimes ask us what song we would suggest for a cake cutting. Honestly, we think that can be a little hokey. In our opinion, it’s best to maintain the chill, romantic dinner vibe. However, at a wedding the other night I dropped Mtume’s “Juicy” on a whim because the groom was a huge hip hop head. By the time the cake cutting was over, I think everyone in the room was nodding their head. 80s jams may have been a bit silly, but this one is sexy in its own way, too.

And if you don’t know, now you know.