October 10, 2018

People's Choice with DJ Gracie Chavez

Among the handful of DJs that have driven Houston’s nightlife scene since its first beat, there’s no one else quite like DJ Gracie Chavez. For over a decade, Gracie has kept pushing the crossover of music genres, playing a spectrum of music and winning folks over. Her sharp skills and taste-making selections have earned her Houston’s Best DJ (2016) title, and made her the top choice for events all over Texas.

This mami runs Bombón Music, a record label she co-founded as an extension of Bombón, the Gulf Coast’s ultimate tropical bass crew. She also founded Les Femmes, Texas’ best all-lady DJ crew, and is the founding DJ workshop instructor for Girls Rock Camp Houston. She holds monthly DJ residencies at Houston’s House of Blues (Brown Sugar) and Marriott Marquis Texas-sized pool deck (2017-2018).

October 17, 2018

People's Choice with DJ Catwalk

DJ Catwalk is a creative music director, curator, producer, and deejay based in San Antonio, TX. Catwalk has held residencies in San Antonio, Austin, and Los Angeles.

She has traveled all over the United States & Mexico providing music and entertainment for multiple businesses. She has deejayed for big brands and celebrities like Drake, Calvin Harris, H&M, Red Bull, The San Antonio Spurs, and many more.

October 24, 2018

People's Choice with DJ Manolo Black

Trey Lopez aka Manolo Black is an Austin based DJ and has been a member of Texas’ Latin-Tropical Bass collective Peligrosa since 2008, which has been featured on KLRU’s Arts in Context documentary series. He is from Robstown, which is a small town in South Texas. Growing up he was exposed to all kinds of music and was fortunate to have had a record store called The Melody Shop in his hometown. He would make regular trips to this place with his family to purchase his own records ever since then he’s been digging and searching for music.

He is known for eclectic sets that and flow seamlessly from Cumbia, Caribbean, Brazilian and Afro-Latin vibes to heavy soul, hip hop and funk dancefloor jams. He has shared the bill with artists such as Brownout, Los Masters Plus, Calle 13, Broken Social Scene, Quantic and Bebel Gilberto to name a few. On stage he has collaborated with DJ Mel, Adrian Quesada, John Speice (Brownout, Grupo Fantasma drummer and the legendary Nuyorican Poets Café.