More than tracks
We mix emotions
Turning weddings into a late night university party kind of vibe since 2015
"I've got a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell!"
We study and practice a lot for each wedding
We really dig into your music taste's DNA
We prepare custom made Dj edits so we can make your favourite tracks work on the dancefloor
We give you a recap of the music of your party
The geek behind the decks.
Hi, I’m Pablo, a guy from Mexico City that loves music and loves to understand the world through the songs that are deeply rooted in our hearts. I think Dj’ing at a wedding is a unique opportunity to play the right track at the right time in order to make everyone at the dancefloor connect to their juvenile nostalgia, loose themselves in the present and remember the chills of that moment for a long long time.
That is why I get so nervous and prepare a lot for each wedding, because it is the place where long life friends get back together for one more party, old school style, with a great sound system and lots of alcohol. So in a way, my vision is to play in a way that will make you and your friends feel like its a party back at the end of the semester of University. Don't worry, your mom and her friends will be having a blast as well.
My goal at every wedding is to play so cool that after the party you’ll run to ask me for the night’s playlist and all of the guests end up chatting about all the of kick-ass mixes I did, and how I could make some of your favorite, and rather odd tracks for playing at a wedding, blend in so well in the mix and make everyone rock at the dancefloor.
Let's get to know each other!
If you feel I could be the Dj of your wedding or any other kind of celebration / event send me a message via email or whatsapp with some info about your big day and I'll be happy to tell you more about my work, send you over a budget and arrange for a meeting.
Hit me up at:
+52 1 5510472171
Mexico City, Mexico
PS: the photos used on our website come from @whitelab_mx @alfonsofloreswp @brunorezz and @hochmann1 - you should check them out too!