Lovebird Events asked us to participate in Martha Stewart’s Wedding Party again this year and we couldn’t be happier with how everything turned out. Maybe it was the swank surroundings that influenced us but we went all out and decided to raffle off an entire night of our DJ services. We got almost a hundred entries and towards the end of the event we picked the winning couple. John and Kelly are getting hitched next year, most likely in Dallas, and we’re absolutely thrilled to be working with them.

Congratulations, you two.




You can tell a lot about a man by the shoes he wears. Especially at a wedding. I’ve been starting to put some new ensembles together for this spring/summer and a few weeks ago I picked up a pair of black designer sneaks with white soles. Today I see that GQ is proclaiming this will be a big trend this year.

Consider us on board.


We’re extremely selective about what kind of bridal events we want to beĀ  part of and this one has consistently been on of our favorites. Brides, Bubbles, & Bliss will be taking place on Wednesday March 26th and you can catch both Dustin and Spencer rockin’ sets there this year. Here’s a nice little write up the kind organizers of BBB (Scott & Cara Nava) put up on their blog this morning:

Clearly we’ve been on top of our cinematography game this off season.

Here’s another one we’re excited about: the first ever promotional video of our live chamber ensemble, String Theory. String Theory has been around longer than Style Matters, and the musicians in our troupe (Spencer Lokken, Adrian Morris, Steve Bromley, Shaum Jhansale) have a single trait that ties us together. We just love to play music.

Hopefully it shows.


Couldn’t resist posting this stellar photo of Jason (Intel) performing in the Modern Wing of the Art Institute this past fall. Big thanks to Stoffer Photography, as well as our rad clients Erin and Michael Harris for sharing.


Here’s what happened when Noah and Spencer hopped out of the DJ Booth and into the photo booth at the most recent Thursday Therapy hosted by Five Grain Events. This one was a black tie affair at the Chicago History Museum.

We fancy, huh?