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Alexis Tucci

Saint Louis, MO

How did you start your DJ career?

Shortly after I started my rave promoting career in the 90s, I started djing and thought I would not only be a rarely seen female on the decks but also I would play dub, trip-hop, acid-jazz, funk and soul. I was always a house head but wanted to be different. However, the power of house music got me and I never looked back. 

How would you describe your music style?

My style is eclectic. With disco always in the atmosphere… I’d say I play punchy, driving house music, laced with vocals and instruments, harmonies and melodies. But when given proper length of time to play, I will weave tech house, afro house, electro and other various offshoots of house music into my mixes. I want my sets to be improvisational, emotional and ones that will take you on a dynamic journey. 

What is your favorite part about being a DJ?

I really do love it all… the traveling, the energy, the incredible stages but most of all and hands down… the connection I have with my audience. There is nothing more powerful than the exchange of feelings and smiles between myself and the wildly dancing partygoers through the power of my music selections. Its reciprocal, healing and invigorating!

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What do you enjoy most about the circuit party scene?

There are so many aspects that I love… the most being the diehard community of party goers who will travel far and wide to dress up in elaborate costumes, committed to the theme, and who will surrender everything on the dance floor. And additionally the insanely talented promoters who design extraordinary, immersive experiences with sound, lighting and incredible costumed dancers!

What is your advice to anyone who wants to become a DJ?

Stay true to yourself and the craft. Take the time to learn the technical skills needed to be a great dj then throw it all out the window and ride the wave of energy your audience gives you. 

What is one thing you'd like people to know about you?

Two things… I’m a mother to two teenage boys, Holmes and Kingston, and they are my proudest accomplishment. 

And that I mix exclusively by ear. 

I feel the art of being a disc jockey has been lost on the advancement of technology. I don’t want to negate how those advancements have grown our industry but for me, using my hands and ears to beat match connects me in such a deep way to the songs and transitions and keeps me fully 100% engaged while, quite literally, hand delivering the tunes to my audience. 

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