Not only did DJ ICEY use that time to pioneer funky breaks and launch his remix-producer career, he also made history by convincing the then unknown Chemical Brothers to play their first U.S. Show on July 4th, 1993 at The Edge.
DJ Icey has established himself as "The King of The Funky Breaks". For years now kids from all over the world have been coming out to see and hear this Orlando native. It's easy for kids to see him live due to the fact that he's on the road most of the year. Quite simply, This is where it all started for the hardest working DJ in America. His spinning career got into full gear with his residency at the now defunct clubThe Edge. Not only did DJ ICEY use that time to pioneer funky breaks and launch his remix-producer career, he also made history by convincing the then unknown Chemical Brothers to play their first U.S. Show on July 4th, 1993 at The Edge.
Building this solid foundation led to DJ ICEY getting requests from other clubs wanting to book him. He hit the road and hasn't looked back. Now regarded as the "King of Funky Breaks" (Mixmag April 1998) by creating a sound that is uniquely his own, he's won a legion of followers all across the U.S. Furthermore, due to the eclectic nature of his set, it's no wonder that on any given moment his dance floor might be packed with breakdancers, B-boys, Ravers, Club Kids, Suburban Kids, and even Inner City Kids all brought together by DJ ICEY.
So what does the future hold for DJ ICEY? He has his own label "Zone Records" through which he has released 12" mix's such as "As If". He will be following in the footsteps of other Essential DJ's such as Pete Tong, Fatboy Slim, and Paul Oakenfold, with the release of this summer's "Essential Mix - mixed by DJ ICEY." In addition, DJ ICEY will continue playing his heart out, spinning in his own inimitable style, and definitely appearing at a venue near you soon.