DJ Alex Cabot in a short time has taken Chicago by storm. Fusing tribal, classic house, techno, tech house, and even circuit and progressive with sexy vocals and influences of Afro-Caribbean, Latin, Soul, Disco, and Jazz, Alex brings his crowd on an emotional and dramatic journey that keeps their heart pumping and body moving all night long. He finds musical inspiration from house music legends like Ralphi Rosario, Chus and Ceballos, Victor Calderone, Peter Rauhofer, and Junior Vasquez as well as tracks from various artists from all parts of the world in order to give his sets a sense of cultural diversity. Currently spinning in both the "gay" and "straight" scenes of Chicago, DJ Alex Cabot aims to have music to be all inclusive and welcoming of all audiences using his art as a way of bridging gaps within nightlife social settings.
Alex learned how to dj through working in Miami Beach, FL as a lighting operator for various nightclub venues. His experience with lights has taught him how to have greater room awareness and crowd control, and as a dj, Alex brings those skill sets to the booth using his music to effectively control, manipulate, and influence the energy and mood of the room in order to truly create a profound dance music experience.
Alex currently retains residencies with Charlie's Chicago and his Sunday Service event at Steamworks Chicago. Events he has played at have included Neverland for Chicago Market Days and Pride along side Alex Acosta and DJ Paulo, , Black and Blue Ball 2016 with Tom Stephan, opened for both Robbie Rivera and Roger Sanchez at Annex Nightclub, La Puta Nota Afterhours in Miami, CLAW (Cleveland leather weekend), Daybreak Afterhours for Chicago Market Days, and SLAY at the Monster Bar Manhattan in NYC. Other venues on his dj resume include Hydrate Chicago and Manhole Chicago. He is also involved in various community organizations and philanthropic efforts.