Since the beginning of his career, DJ Spider has worked tirelessly to perfect his craft and build upon a never-ending musical library that spans every dance-able genre while continuing to showcase his DJ skills and keep the art of real DJing alive. A virtual tour de force on the international club and special event circuit, DJ Spider has been playing the world’s premiere venues on almost every continent since 2006. Spider’s many clients include HBO, 20th Century Fox, Amazon, MTV, Netflix, Hulu, Ferrari, Zumiez, and countless big brands, while he’s regularly asked to play high-profile gigs and after parties at the Sundance Film Festival, the Golden Globes, the Academy Awards, Grammy’s, Emmy’s, and the Superbowl, among others.
“It’s not a job or a hobby for me. DJing is like breathing. I have to do it.” DJ Spider
Today, DJ Spider holds countless club residencies at A-List venues across the United States including monthly in Las Vegas at Tao & Marquee and in Hollywood at The Fleur Room. He spent the summer of 2016 doing a North American tour spanning over 60 cities as support for the legendary Blink-182 and continues to do Drum/DJ shows with Travis Barker. When not bringing the house down in big rooms at home and abroad, he can be found performing frequently at major events and premiers for the likes of Netflix, Amazon, E! Entertainment, Nike, Pandora, X-Games, and more, while producing original music and remixes in his spare time. Despite his crazy schedule, he still finds time to rock the home crowd in venues across Hollywood, where his eclectic sets have become legendary.
In addition to his DJ career, he hosts one of the top podcasts in the DJ industry, “The 20 Podcast” presented by Beatsource & Beatport and speaking to some of the biggest name in the industry weekly, including Kaskade, Deadmau5, DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Vice, DJ Z-Trip and many more.
There are few DJs that are as sought after as DJ Spider. Between countless high profile performances across the globe, to being asked to go on tour with the legendary Blink-182, it’s clear to see this DJ has no intention of loosening his overwhelming grip on this ever growing industry.