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Joe Pacheco

How did you start your DJ career?

It all started with my best friend’s birthday trip to Miami back in 2015. I had gone to Urge in Miami, and it was such an awesome experience that I was determined to learn how to create my own musical journeys. It was honestly a kiki amongst friends that turned into the career I have today.

How would you describe your music style?

“Turnt Tea Dance” is what comes to mind when I think of my sound. I love high energy beats with vocals, whether it is the newest track that came out last week or a nostalgic anthem. Through this, I always aim to create a musical journey that spans a unique range of genres to give my audience a one-of-kind experience. I’ll still keep you on your toes though because I always love a good curveball in my sets.

What is your favorite part about being a DJ?

It’s no surprise that I love music. Therefore, I’ve always seen DJing as a platform to share my love of music with the world. Being able to share this love with the world, and evoking the emotions that I do through my sets is what keeps me motivated to continue to give each event my all.

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What do you enjoy most about the circuit party scene?

Being able to see your chosen family at some of these festivals throughout the world and creating memories of a lifetime—that’s what it’s about. I know that I will one day look back and confidently say I lived a life worth living.

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

Learn how to make your own edits and productions. As a DJ, you are a storyteller and your voice is your music. You will be able to tell your most authentic story once you learn the tools to create mixes that reflect your essence. That will be when the public will start to separate you from the rest of the pack. Lasty, be patient; respect is earned through time and consistency.

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

I graduated from FIT in New York City with a degree in accessories design and worked in fashion retail for several years, so I decided that fashion would be at the forefront of my DJ aesthetic to always remember my journey throughout all these years.

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