Book Talent in Los Angeles, California

Joseph Soul

Accomplished Nightclub DJ
Los Angeles, CA

Considered one of the most versatile music aficionados to come out of Hawaii, Joseph Soul has been commanding crowds for well over 15 years. Highly touted as a nightclub DJ, his expertise spans more than the distance between two turntables. With his accomplishments as a producer, engineer, and songwriter widely recognized, it is no surprise that he currently earns a living doing just that. A seven-time Na Hoku Hanohano award nominee (Hawai’s, Grammy sponsored music awards), Joseph Soul is no stranger to the Hawai`i music scene. With experience penning songs for Nesian N.I.N.E and Dani Waring, producing the smash hits, “Take You Higher” from Positive Motion and “Tell Me” by Tenelle, and mastering Maoli’s 2010 album “Rock Easy”, it should come as no shock that he wrote, produced, engineered, and mixed his first album almost entirely on his own (DJ Audissey - Overdue). He collaborates with both up-and-coming artists, as well as, seasoned veterans and is constantly searching for new talent to help break into the island music scene. As his alias, DJ Audissey, Joe was highly sought after as a nightclub DJ in Hawaii`i, with victories in Mai Tai’s Hot Island DJ Spin-Off, as well as, the 7-11 / Dave & Busters DJ Battle in 2010. After a stint in Las Vegas, where he was a nightclub DJ at venues such as Tryst and VooDoo Lounge, he now resides in California where he is currently working on an EP.

Dean Group

R&B, Soul, Hip-Hop, Rock
Los Angeles, CA

A history of music sort of like the Curious case of Benjamin buttons with a twist of Armadeus meets James Brown. Francois Dean believes that he has a purpose to affect the world through his music. Music has always been an integral part of his life, as Francois grew up in a family of singers and musicians in numbers enough to form their own choir.

Mando Cordova

Dynamic Funk, Jazz, Latin, Reggae Singer
Los Angeles, CA

Born in the Republic of Panama, Mando was inspired by the festive Caribbean musical influences of the culture. Growing up in a musical household with his father as a jazz trumpet player and mother an incredible vocalist, Mando’s love for music was already in his blood. At age 7, Mando began singing and playing guitar. By the age of 12, he pioneered the first Youth Choir in his local church. Forming the band, “The Young Generation,” at age 14; they played R&B, Funk, Calypso, and Salsa. Soothing souls with his silky voice, Mando has performed in Singapore, Japan, HongKong, Philippines, Australia, Hawaii, and Africa. Currently, Mando takes the vocal lead for the band, “GForce”, singing R&B, Funk, Reggae and Latin ballads. He also sings with the Jazz Quartet, “Mando & Friends.” He has performed with notable musicians such as Llew Matthews, Max Bennett, and many others. His smooth crooner style and emotional rendition of Jazz classics, R&B grooves and Reggae vibes will leave you ecstatic.

Andrew Bloom

Musician/Singer/Songwriter
Los Angeles, CA

Ask 18 year old musician/singer/songwriter Andrew Bloom what THE most important motivating factor is in his life and he'll look you straight in the eye with a great set of baby blues and say, “Well, it's to play, it's just. . .to play.” Don't be confused though. He does agree that the ultimate goal of the game is to become a star by topping the charts with a hit song, but until that happens, all he wants to do is play music! Oh--and not just in his living room for friends and family. Not even just for a panel of judges on a Reality T.V. competition American Idol. No, what Andrew means when he says "to play” is--to produce music for an audience of people in a concert hall or pub, to entertain, and to get paid for his efforts while doing it. For the record, that's what he means! Interestingly, he is able to accomplish “just playing” on a regular basis, and perhaps it's due to Bloom's style and genre which set him apart from other kids his age who are making an attempt to break into the biz. Yes, he is a Pop Music kid, but he infuses it with old-school elements from some more traditional genres like Classic Rock, Funk, R&B and Soul. Now we're talkin' appeal for more than one generation.

Einstein Reggae/steeldrum

This is music for your bone structure.
Los Angeles, CA

Surrounded by some of the great West Indian musicians while he was growing up, Einstein was destined to play music. Starting in 1979 and his continued years his desire to play the steel pan at a higher level motivated him to join the Highlanders Steelband, Invaders Steeband, Woodbrook Modernaires, Phase 2 pan Groove, then went on to win the battle of the bands at Queen's Hall (Trinidad's equivalent of Carnegie Hall) with the P.O.S teachers Choir. The end of 1979 he accepted an offer to play aboard the cruise ships. After more travel with various groups, he immigrated to the U.S. in 1982. In America, Einstein began performing with the Trinidad Steel Band, L.A. Desperados, Caribe, then in 1984 he formed his own band called Sapadilla and recorded his first single, “Don't Worry, Be Happy”, which was a European release. In 1991 Einstein released his second album " Humanize the Earth" on which he collaborated with the popular guitarist, Eric Gale. One of the songs “Drive-by Shooting”, was released on the Thump Records label. Later on that year the song was on the Costa Rican charts that also led to the Costa Rican tour. Since that time Einstein has appeared in numerous movies, (God created women, Marked for death, Distinguished gentleman) numerous television shows and commercials, also an MTV music video, " Love you a lifetime" from Chaka Khan, also he sang on the song "Karma" from Black Eyed Peas. He continues to thrive making music for your bone structure.

Justin Abrams

Justin Abrams - Pianist/Singer/Songwriter
Los Angeles, CA

Justin Abrams (Born July 26, 1985) is an American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist best known for his work with Orange County-based Indie Rock band Justin Abrams & BC, originally named Beyond Conception. Abrams is also known for his multiple musical placements on programs for MTV Networks, as Composer and Music Contributor on feature-length films; most notably 2010's National Lampoon's Sex Tax, and as theme song Composer for the NFL's San Diego Chargers (2010-2012). Abrams regularly performs over 100+ shows a year at local and international venues.

Brandonbbguns

Dj/Producer
Los Angeles, CA

BrandonBbGUNS has a passion for music and loves sharing his musical taste with people in a unique and creative way. His father had a heavy influence on him who was the lead guitarist, band leader and tour manager for the Righteous Brothers, Ray Charles, to name a few. Look for BrandonBbGUNS dj sets in the most prestigious clubs/lounges in Las Vegas, San Diego, Orange County, Palm Springs and Los Angeles

Josh One

DJ/Producer
Los Angeles, CA

His debut single Contemplation in 2001 topped the European dance charts. He remixed the Platinum, Grammy nominated Nappy Roots "Po' Folk's" on Atlantic Records. His debut album Narrow Path was released in 2004, and featured Aloe Blacc. His 2nd album Tolerance was released in 2009, and 3rd album Time Stamp was released on his label Boomnote in 2017. He remixed Fitz & The Tantrums "Out Of My League" that went to #1 on the Billboard Alternative charts on September 30, 2013 on Elektra Records.

Blunk

DJ/Producer
Los Angeles, CA

LA Native - Blunk spins all types of tracks, keeping the energy alive! Blunk is bound to keep your booty bouncing!

Strangebrew Band

Strangebrew band Hangar 24 Open Mic
Orange County, CA

Strangebrew Band is an Acoustic Rock/Pop duo out of Highland, CA