About DJ Wesley
DJ Wesley (Wesley King) is a club DJ, producer/musician, radio program director, and writer based in Denver, Colorado, with a passion for progressive and electro house music. He also enjoys and spins mainstream club music (pop remixes), filter house, and even techno and trance. Within any genre, Wes typically embraces music that is high-energy, yet melodic and vocal, wanting people to enjoy the music itself as much as they enjoy dancing to it.
As a DJ, Wes performs at dance clubs, private parties and events, and on Internet radio. With a smooth, radio-friendly voice, Wes often brings something a little different to the mix, stoking the crowd during club sets, keeping things moving while emceeing events, or just generally hamming it up and entertaining a crowd.
Wes has, as a producer and musician, written dozens of songs over the years, from jazz piano compositions in the style of old standards, to ambient electronic pieces, and various steps in between. A keyboardist and vocalist, Wes is today focusing on production and remix projects that are in the house music genre, in all its various forms.
Wes is the Program Director for iDanceRadio.fm, an Internet radio station launched in early 2009, with a focus on providing more variety in song choices and dance music styles than existing stations offer. Alongside many of the country’s top DJs, Wes has his own weekly mixshow on the station, where he performs live every Friday night.
As a writer, Wes blogs regularly about dance music and the dance music industry at blog.djwesley.com. As a contributor to DJ Times magazine, Wes enjoys evaluating and writing about some of the latest high-tech toys for DJs and producers.
For bookings or other matters, contact Wes via his web site at www.djwesley.com.
DISCLOSURE: Because this has been the subject of a lot of discussion in the blogosphere over the years, I want to be clear… I talk a lot in this blog about music, occasionally about things like DJ gear, and so forth. I am not compensated for saying good things about any of it. I speak my mind here, and I make-up my mind on my own. I have a great many friends and acquaintances in the industry, but whether I know someone or not, I say good things only when I mean it, not because I get something out of it. No income is generated as a direct result of my blogging, and no advertising or payments are solicited, or received.