DJ Manifestos foray into dance music went deeper when he discovered Tiësto through Napster at the dawn of the new millennium. Napster led to hosting radio shows, which led to crate digging, which led to a greater focus on original production.
DJ Manifesto has played over 1,500 shows throughout his career, sharing the stage with artists including Paul Van Dyk, Nadia Ali and Victor Calderone. He had a stint as half of Los Angeles-based duo Rome Will Burn, a group that garnered over a million Spotify plays and earned him the opportunity to work closely with Randy Jackson and world-renowned composer David Campbell.
A bona fide car enthusiast, cat lover (just ask Smokey and Leo) and vegan, conscious living isn’t just a fad DJ Manifesto is jumping on, but a way of life that seeps from who he is as a person into his music, live shows and artistry. Whether it’s through volunteering, participating in animal rights events or giving free youth violin lessons, DJ Manifesto encapsulates what it means to live consciously.
The artist now resides in Japan, a country that, much like his output, embraces both ancient customs and futuristic technology. Here he continues to evolve his artistry and spread his music - his true Manifesto in life.