This weekend for July 4th weekend, I will be throwing down at the legendary Club Therapy in Providence. Full event details can be found here on Facebook:



B’Kao Caerp “Jerwa” (DJ Melee Remix) | Release Date | May 6th

My remix of “Jerwa” is now out on Beatport, iTunes and most online retail outlets. Something a little different, check it out and support it if you like.

Pat Fontes “My Keys to Your Car” | Release Date | May 13th

New remix dropping on May 13th 2014 of my Pat Fontes’ “My Keys to your Car”. You can now purchase online at Beatport, iTunes and most online outlets. Loved remixing this one.

Coming up on May 1st 2014, I’ll be opening up for Boys Noize. Event information and tickets can be found HERE


Coming up at Royale Boston next week, I’ll be handling opening duties again for Mr. Marcus Schulz. You can get event information and tickets HERE.


Who Needs Miami – 9th Annual – March 29th – Club Therapy

If you can’t make the trip to MIAMI for the WMC or ULTRA, VOLUME PRODUCTIONS presents its annual New England alternative. WHO NEEDS MIAMI?! features a variety of DJs to help you to escape musically for a while. So save some money, and some hassle, and get a glimpse of area superstars doing what they…

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DJ Melee – EDC – Mexico 2014 – LIVE @ Neon Garden

Recorded live from the Neon Garden stage at EDC Mexico on Sunday, March 16th 2014. A proper selection of the best in Underground Dance Music to make you move! That was one hell of a festival and I hope you enjoy the mix if you were unable to be there.

Muchas gracias a la gente de la ciudad de México por la gran hospitalidad y horas de bailar!

DJ Melee, MO7S and Wil Trahan – New Single “Reality Check” Sturdy Recordings

Sturdy Recordings 6th release is a native affair supporting 3 veterans of the North Eastern Scene. Starting with label Honcho DJ Melee, the leading man of the movement gives into the pump with a tech house jam that doesn’t let up. The cohesive nature of all the parts create a sum that will keep the dance floor, “In Check.” Organ sub bass and subtle chords pulse threw-out, creating a nice high energy atmosphere. First remix duties comes from the days of rave past, MO7S. Bringing back a nostalgic acid bass sound, combining a big bottom sub and some processed TB-303. Definitely a flash back pursuit for you reminiscent types. The final remix comes from none other than the Boston’s Bijou Blast Master, Wil Trahan, who takes the mix into darker territories, ala Berghain. Keep your eyes on this guy, he has the tools. Big room deep, with darkness at our feet, this is why we store canned food underground during nuclear fallout.