For more than 15 years, Los Angeles-native Matthew Rubino has been heavily involved in the city's DJ community with long-standing residencies at some of the city’s most successful venues such as the Standard Downtown LA and Hotel Erwin in Venice where he served as Music Director for 4 years.
Growing up and getting booked to play within the vibrant and diverse DJ culture of Los Angeles, Matthew had the opportunity to learn from and perform alongside many world-renowned DJs and musical artists. He has performed for the likes of Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin), Debbie Harry (Blondie), Anne Hathaway, Jake Gyllenhaal, Lindsay Lohan, Ke$ha, David Spade, Fergie, The Game, Terrell Owens, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Troy Polamalu of the Pittsburgh Stealers, Alexandra von Furstenberg, Kathryn M. Ireland, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Don Bachardy, Bridget Marquardt and Ludo Lefebvre (to name a few)... Matthew's experience runs deep.
Part of his longevity and continued growth as a DJ is his ability to connect with diverse audiences while weaving various styles and genres together to enhance both the environment and energy of the crowd. Well seasoned in the wedding and private event world, he can seamlessly move from casual cocktail party, through dinner, into dance party madness, (but wait, there's more)! he can also act as MC for your event.
In other words, he's all that and then some.
From: Los Angeles, California
Why I Love My Job: Its been my dream job since I was in 5th grade, Thomas Jefferson Elementary class of 93’. I get to have fun, connect with people through music and make them happy.
Favorite Releases of 2018: Nothin Like U by Kaytranada feat Ty Dolla Sign, Help me Get There by Hope Sandoval and Kurt Vile.
Craziest Gig: Opening up for Snoop Dogg at a wedding in Bel Air. See the pictures here!
Favorite Clients/Shows Done: Since 2016, My Friday Night residency at Cliftons where its a 1000+ person danceparty. Also playing a wedding on Italy’s Amalfi Coast in the town of Praiano.
Last Song of the Night: All My Friends by LCD Soundsystem, Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen or Volver Volver by Vicente Fernández (that last one is a crowd favorite at Cliftons).