DJ Doug

Brooklyn-Based Wedding DJ

631 576-5878

I'm a wedding DJ that specializes in couples looking to put a unique spin on their reception. While most wedding DJs use similar sets for each party they do, mine are tailor-made for each one individually based on your suggestions.

I've been DJing my whole life and am well-versed in many different types of music. In particular, my services are great for couples who LOVE music and want their wedding to reflect their personal tastes, not simply those of the mainstream. I spin indie/alternative, hip-hop, dance hall, synthpop, top 40, funk, disco, and many more. I'm also an experienced public speaker and can handle all MC requirements for everything from the ceremony to the reception's conclusion. 

I take pride in my work, and have a masterful ear for tone and progression, from cocktail hour to a raging dance party. My entire aesthetic is geared towards couples that want their wedding to be an experience like a night out seeing their favorite DJ — but where they actually talked to the DJ ahead of time and got in all their requests. As a person who has been to plenty of weddings where the DJ was sub-par and kind of annoying, it's been my goal to provide an outlet for anyone else out there who has felt the same way and dreamed of something better. 

I consider myself a budget DJ and my rates can be negotiated depending on factors concerning the wedding itself. Shoot me an email at and let's talk! I'm also a music journalist, so Google me to find articles I've written for Stereogum, Brooklyn Magazine, Death and Taxes, Northern Transmissions, and The Awl. 


There are tons of sample sets that I keep in my archive and multiple ones can be incorporated into the same reception. Here are a few examples from parties I have done in the past, all of which are hybrids of pre-established suggestions from my clients and my own personal selections.

Dance Party

The Cure -- "Just Like Heaven"

The Clash -- "Train in Vain"

David Bowie -- "Rebel Rebel"

LCD Soundsystem -- "North American Scum"

The Breeders -- "Cannonball"

The Replacements -- "Alex Chilton"

Cyndi Lauper -- "Girls Just Wanna have Fun"

Robyn -- "Call Your Girlfriend"

Le Tigre -- "Deceptacon"

James -- "Laid"


Mariah Carey -- "Fantasy"

The Notorious B.I.G. -- "Mo Money Mo Problems"

Jackson 5 -- "I Want You Back"

PM Dawn -- "Set Adrift On Memory Bliss"

Naughty by Nature -- "OPP"

Mary J. Blige -- "Real Love"

Janet Jackson -- "If"

Ginuine -- "Pony"

Lil Mama -- "Lip Gloss"

Beyoncé -- "Countdown"


Michael Jackson – “P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)”

Whitney Houston -- "I Wanna Dance With Somebody"

Prince and the Revolution – “Raspberry Beret”

The Cardigans – “Lovefool”

No Doubt – “Spiderwebs”

New Radicals – “You Get What You Give”

Ace of Base – “The Sign”

White Town – “Your Woman”

Ghost Town DJs -- "My Boo"

Amerie -- "1 Thing"

Missy Elliott -- "Work It"

Cocktail Hour/Dinner

Talking Heads -- "This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)"

The Beatles -- "I Will"

The Cranberries -- "Dreams"

Neutral Milk Hotel -- "In the Aeroplane Over the Sea"

Van Morrison -- "Sweet Thing"

Bob Dylan -- "Lay Lady Lay"

George Harrison -- "If Not For You"

Pixies -- "Winterlong"

The Pogues -- "A Pair of Brown Eyes"


Beirut -- "Postcards From Italy"

Belle & Sebastian -- "I Know Where the Summer Goes"

Sigur Rós -- "Inní mér syngur vitleysingur"

Morrissey -- "Let Me Kiss You"

The Chords -- "Sh-Boom"

Johnny Nash -- "I Can See Clearly Now"

Fleetwood Mac -- "Hold Me"

Modest Mouse -- "Float On"

Mazzy Star -- "Fade Into You"


Björk -- "It's Oh So Quiet"

Frank Sinatra -- "The Way You Look Tonight"

Buddy Holly -- "Words of Love"

The Rolling Stones -- "She's a Rainbow"

The Zombies -- "This Will Be Our Year"

The Velvet Underground -- "Stephanie Says"

Jens Lekman -- "Your Arms Around Me"

Billy Bragg & Wilco -- "One By One"

The La's -- "There She Goes"

The Beach Boys -- "God Only Knows"