Logan started DJing when he was just 14 years old and over course of several years quickly made a name for himself spinning all types of parties and events throughout Southern California.
Don’t let his youthful appearance fool you. Logan has spun hundreds of events, including weddings & corporate events, house parties, birthdays (from 5 – 81), Disco/80s, Bollywood/Punjabi/Hindi pop, school parties and graduations (elementary, middle school, high school & college) Quinceanera’s and more.
He also produces a teen dance club called CDE in the Ventura area.
His music library is very diverse, including R&B, club, hip hop, old school, funk, trap, lounge/chill, house, EDM/festival, country, 70’s 80’s & 90’s, classic rock, big band, banda, Cuban, Dancehall, Kidz Bop, Motown, Reggaeton, Salsa, Standards, Bollywood/Punjabi, Hindi pop, etc.
He can also host/MC the event and not afraid to get out on the dance floor with the guests if/when appropriate or desired. Punctual, professional and passionate about making your wedding or event amazing!
Q&A with Logan
1. Where did you grow up?
I grew up in Southern California and have lived here my whole life.
I caught the DJing bug when I was 14 and my folks hired a DJ for my sister’s 16th birthday party. He showed me how to mix a bit, and I thought it was so cool. I bought some real ghetto gear and advertised in the neighborhood and on Facebook. I got my first paying gig a few months later. At first it was a lot of 13 yr old birthday parties and evolved from there.
What I like most about DJing weddings is the variety of people and music tastes. You have people of all ages and often different cultures. It’s fun to switch the music up to make sure that everyone is drawn to the dance floor.
I’m an EDM fanboi at heart. I produce EDM music too (under the name TekitWolf). So my
favorite concerts are EDM music festivals. I’ve been to many, such as Countdown, Beyond, Escape, Project Z, etc.
I’ve had so many that it’s hard to pick just one, but I guess I would have to say that it was when I DJd a Pokemon-themed wedding. The entire wedding party was dressed in Pokemon costumes, and all the ceremony songs were Pokemon-themed. This was also one of the funnest weddings I’ve DJd. The wedding was set to end at 11p, and at about 10p they asked if I wanted to bring my gear back to the big Airbnb that the newlyweds’ out-of-town friends had rented. I said yes and ended up rolling into my bed around 6am. Good times!
DJs often have many opportunities to be Super Heros as weddings, especially if there’s no professional wedding coordinator involved. In those cases, I become the de-facto wedding coordinator. Once you’ve DJd a ton of weddings, you get to know instinctively what’s on track, how things are going, what needs to change, etc. In terms of specific Hero Moments, a couple of times I’ve had to move my gear and setup in an entirely new location after I had already completed my sound check.
These may sound cliche, but they’re crowd-pleasers and guaranteed to get people on the dance floor.
1) Usher – Yeah!
2) Earth, Wind & Fire – September
3) Bruno Mars – 24K Magic
I produce EDM music under my artist name, TekitWolf.
If I wasn’t a DJ, I would want to be a music producer.
I love that LA is such a melting pot with a great diversity of people, and for the most part, people genuinely live their authentic lives and don’t care what others think. You can be whomever you want to be!
There’s so much good music being released all the time, I love finding new tracks and artists. One of my favorite song lyrics right now would have to be Kygo – Gone Are The Days, which is about losing a loved one you thought you’d have forever.