From Prince to The Police to Passion Pit. The mixes know no boundaries.

I take a lot of care in the music that I select, always trying to read the crowd, always trying to anticipate the crowd’s reactions and anticipations of the next song. Do I do a smooth blend? Do I drop it on the one? Do I bring in a scratch technique to spice it up? How about live remixing between tracks? There are a ton of options at my disposal, and with all that I need to be cognitive of what the clients want and what they don’t want.

And this goes beyond just dance music. It’s ceremony, cocktail, and dinner too. Ensuring that the music selection is completely on point, building up expectations of an awesome dance party. And playing at proper levels is critical for everyone to enjoy.

What a way to finish the Artemis trilogy project,

Part 2 of the three-hour set. Lots of reggaeton, hip hop and R&B here.

“Lou Mixed Songs Perfectly

I was pretty picky about the music I wanted played and what I wanted as far as a DJ goes-i just wanted someone who let the music speak for itself and he went above and beyond. People were on the dance floor from the first song until the very last and I’m still getting compliments on the music!”
– Mikhaila & Frank

A heavy focus on 1990s and 2000s Hip Hop, R&B, and Reggaeton with a splash of some new songs.

Check out this live mix direct from a wedding I did in 2019.

A little bit of a changeup. Complete mixup.

A classic mix focused more on the Motown sound era.

Blender mode: 80s, 90s, 00s, 10s; pop, funk, soul, dance

ld and new graces this playlist from Missy to Michael, Pitbull to Eddy Grant.

If you have a 90s House/Dance itch, this should satisfy it.

Beyonce, Michael, Zhane, Lauryn Hill, Janet, and much more.

“You’re not just getting “man and an iPod

Lou seamlessly transitioned between songs, fading in and out so that the party never stopped moving. He also was constantly remotely checking the volume levels of speakers throughout the venue.”
Lucy & Scott

Check out my Mixcloud and Soundcloud pages for more mixes. I even have a ton of Quiet Storm mixes for those slow jam moments. 🙂