DJ Roland Belmares
Back in 1996, DJ Roland Belmares began his DJ’ing career at a small club called The Forum in his hometown of Austin, TX. Roland quickly garnered a steady following and slowly began building a name for himself in town and far beyond the walls of his weekly residence. DJ Roland Belmares has been called to play for several top events across the US from San Francisco to Miami, including major circuit events like White Party, Winter Party (Miami), Alegria (New York), Joining Hearts (Atlanta) and Gay Days (Orlando) headlining the original Reunion Pool parties, Arabian Knights and One Mighty Party! And of course he made his start in the circuit scene right here in Austin for the Splash events.
Austin’s home grown DJ has even broken the international barriers to play in Canada, Brazil, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and Bangkok. The incredible impact Roland has made on audiences around the world has certainly secured him a position on the discerning party-goers “Hot List” of gay club DJs. His sound is without a doubt recognizable and to watch him DJ is as much fun as dancing to his infectious beats! He currently maintains a residency at West Hollywoods’ premiere gay hot spot The Abbey, where he regularly headlines the now infamous Sunday Fundays (Sunday School) at The Chapel.
DJ Blacklow (Jeremy Blacklow) grew up on the dance floors of New York City inspired by house music of the ’90s. In 2011, Blacklow finally listened to friends’ advice and took his love of music to the next level, beginning to play bars, clubs & events throughout Southern California, before going to be also become a successful remixer and producer.
Blacklow’s sound is a mixture of classic house, progressive house, tech house, and tribal house. He blends the old and the new together seamlessly to create an incredible dance floor journey on every outing. A standard Blacklow set includes a heavy dose of throwbacks and classics, mixed with the hottest contemporary tracks.
In recent years, Blacklow has headlined at LA’s world famous HALLOWEENIE party (2012 – ’17), Halloween New Orleans – HNO (’14, ’15, ’17), Provincetown at the Crown & Anchor (’15 – ’18), ELEVATION gay ski weeks at Park City, Tahoe & Mammoth, OVERDRIVE and the UNITE Festival in San Diego (SD Pride ’16, ’17), The Black Tie Dinner in Dallas (’15 – ’18), Memorial Day weekend Pensacola (’15 – ’17), and the Sundance Film Festival. He also has played regularly at Rich’s in Houston, Jungle in Atlanta, Tracks in Denver, and Pride events across the country from New Orleans to Vancouver and from Seattle to New York City.
Blacklow’s recent production work includes the highly acclaimed update (with two full remix packages) of the classic anthem “To Be Able To Love” — featuring vocalist Brenda Reed — on Swishcraft Music. And in summer 2017, remixes of Dirty Pop’s Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now, the soaring self-acceptance anthem Faces by NYC-based singer Mila Jam, and an explosive high-energy take on Carly Rae Jepsen’s Cut To The Feeling.
So far in 2018, Blacklow’s remix of P!nk’s Beautiful Trauma rose to #6 on the Billboard U.K. charts. He also released a highly-praised funk house remix of Scream Her Name (Swishcraft) by Brazilian producers Vino Gomiero & ZONATTO featuring vocalist Dessy Slavova. Look for several more remixes and productions coming this summer!
DJ Mixer Rogers
Cam Rogers has been spinning for 20 years and spinning professionally for the past 6. He spins old stuff, new stuff, classics and things you’d never imagine. He plays songs that surprise you and inspire you. He can do the pop/EDM thing, but when he has free reign, he go’s for the real, rootsy, groovy, funky, jazzy, head nodding soul, reggae, dub, bluesy, rock n roll shit. Real bands. Real drums. Anywhere from the 50’s to the 2010’s. Now, let’s throw a party!