DJ Blacklow (Jeremy Blacklow) grew up with the house music of NYC in the '90s. From the time he moved to NYC in 1994, the melodies & beats of Junior Vasquez, Danny Tenaglia, Victor Calderone and the late Peter Rauhofer opened his ears to the sounds that still influence him today. Living in Los Angeles since 2004, Blacklow finally listened to friends' advice and took his love of music to the next level in 2010.
Blacklow's sound is a mixture of old and new progressive house, classic house, tech house, circuit, tribal, and pop. He blends the old and the new together seamlessly in his sets to create an incredible dance floor journey on every outing.
Highlights of Blacklow's career include residencies at Here lounge in West Hollywood and the national Stripper Circus parties in LA, Las Vegas, San Diego and Seattle. For four years (2012 - 16) he co-headlined Fred & Jason's world famous Halloweenie party in LA and for the past two years (2014 & 15) he co-headlined Halloween New Orleans (HNO).
His impressive resume also includes Tom Whitman's ELEVATION gay ski weeks at Park City, Tahoe, and Mammoth, Aspen & Whistler gay ski weeks, The Royalty Group's "High Tea" and New Years Eve parties at San Diego Pride and Palm Springs, the 2013 LA GLAAD Media Awards, Out magazine's 20th anniversary party, The Black Tie Event in Dallas, and headlining gigs at New Orleans Pride (Oz nightclub), Vancouver Pride (XY nightclub), The Cuff (Seattle), and the world famous Crown & Anchor in Provincetown (Carnival Week).
Blacklow's studio work - along with production partner George Figares - includes remixes of "Let's Dance" by Ana Paula ft. Yan Lavoie (on Dan De Leon's PUMP Records), a tribal after hours take on Toy Armada and DJ Grind's remake of "St. Elmo's Fire" (with vocals by Jason Walker, on Swishcraft Records), Zedd's "I Want You To Know" (feat. Selena Gomez), Iggy Azalea & Rita Ora's "Black Widow," Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl" and "Baby Don't Lie," Fifth Harmony's "BO$$," and their trademark remix of “Brave" by Sara Bareilles, which has been downloaded over 20,000 times.