“Jane DJ’d our wedding at the Queens County Farm Museum back in May, and having her do so was easily one of the best decisions we made! Jane is extremely professional and easy to work with, has fantastic and diverse taste in music, and created an amazing set that kept us and our guests dancing the entire night. Jane worked closely with us when we were picking our must-plays, and on the night of, did a fantastic job interspersing them with songs that fit in with the tone perfectly, and also making sure that the music we wanted to hear came before any guest requests, and that anything that was requested was something we wanted to hear too. We got more compliments on the music than any other element of our wedding, and we find ourselves listening to the playlist regularly (which Jane sent our way after the event!). Jane is a real expert, and I can’t recommend her highly enough! Thanks Jane!” —The Knot

DJ: Jane Elizabeth
Venue: Queens County Farm Museum – Queens NY

“My partner and I got married this past August and Jane Elizabeth of Stylus DJ Entertainment was our DJ. Everyone loved Jane! Everyone thought the music was amazing. My partner and I had been looking for a female DJ for our wedding and the second we saw Jane’s website we knew she would be the perfect fit. She assured us that we could have all the music we liked and still make sure everyone was happy. She paid special attention to the demographics of our guest list and the songs/artists we most wanted to hear. It was super helpful to hear the playlists of previous events that Jane had done from her Spotify. Most importantly, it felt like Jane really understood who we are and the musical vibe we wanted for our wedding. We would definitely recommend Stylus DJ Entertainment and will definitely be going to all of Jane’s New York City events! *Queer friendly vendor*” —Wedding Wire and The Knot

DJ: Jane Elizabeth
Venue: The Bates House – East Setauket NY
Planning: Modern Rebel & Co.
Catering: Grace and Grit Events
Katie & Dani’s Bates House Wedding by DeNueva Photography

Shout out to the amazing photographers, planners and other vendors with whom we’ve worked over the years, for documenting all the wonderful non-musical memories:

Shawn & Andrew Bingaman
Shawn & Andrew by Nik Morina Photography

Katie & Dani’s Bates House Wedding by DeNueva Photography – NEW!

Maddie & Chris’ Front Street Cafe Wedding by Alexa Nahas Photography – NEW!

A Terrace on the Park Wedding by Kelly Williams Photography – NEW!

Rachael & Aaron’s Wedding Reception at Continental Midtown by Maria Mack Photography

Bridget + Alex’s Wedding at Women’s Club of Glen Ridge by Studio A Images [DJ Amber Lynn]

Samantha & Kevin’s Super Chill Rock Island Lake Club Wedding by Michelle Arlotta Photography [DJ Jim Siegel]

Jálynn & Tiffany’s Hudson Valley Wedding at The Grandview by DeNueva Photography

Emily & Peter’s Swedish Historical Museum Wedding by Grace D. Photography [DJ Katie Rose]

Why finding a good DJ is HARD (and why this one is so so good) on Offbeat Bride

Valerie & Brian: Pop Punk Meets Rustic Elegance on Rock N Roll Bride

Stephanie & Jeremy’s Wedding at David’s Country Inn by Pivko Photography

Karlee & Rob’s Franklin Institute Wedding by Diamonds and Details

Haley & Scott’s Mütter Museum Wedding by Asya Photography

Video: Laurence & Sonalis by Digital Memories

Jess & Kevin’s New Hope Wedding by William Hendra

Shawn & Andrew’s Front & Palmer Wedding by Nik Morina

Wes and Mike’s Winter Wedding at Hotel Du Village by Emma Cleary

Amy & Joel’s Crane Arts Wedding by Love Me Do

Alice & Alex’s Morris Arboretum Wedding by Maria Mack

Lauren & James’ Fall Wedding in Delaware by Stacy Hart

Leigh-Anne & Ryan in Asbury Park by Maggie J Photography

Lauren & Leandro’s Ramscale Penthouse Wedding by Kate Edwards

Lauren & Leandro – Another Point of View by BLB Events

Alison & Pat’s Jersey Wedding by Jenelle Kappe

Nikki & Jeff’s Wedding at Abington Art Center by Tom Leung

The New York Times: Beth & Joe – A Love Story That Had To Wait

Style Me Pretty: Beth & Joe – A Love Story 30+ Years In the Making

Beth & Joe’s Harvard Club Wedding by Carolina Rivera

Nicole & Keith’s Maas Building Wedding by Nina Lilly

Jess + Alex: High School Sweethearts Put A Ring On It by Justin McCallum

Shannon & Seth’s Brooklyn Vinyl Wedding by Björn & Co.

“I honestly can not rave about Amber enough! She was our DJ for our wedding this August and she was amazing. She totally understood that I was a little picky with our music selection and she catered so carefully and wonderfully to our needs. From the very beginning she was organized, professional and so easy to work with. We had an amazing time at our wedding and Amber is to thank for keeping the mood perfect. I would HIGHLY recommend working with Stylus, but ask for Amber!” –Wedding Wire

DJ: Amber Lynn
Venue: Porta – Asbury Park, NJ

“Stylus came recommended through my sister in law. My wife and I couldn’t have been happier working with Jane. She made the process smooth and easy. Everything we asked for she was able to accommodate without a problem. Almost all of our guests complimented us on the music and for that we owe Jane a big THANK YOU!” —Wedding Wire and The Knot

DJ: Jane Elizabeth
Venue: The Box House Hotel – Brooklyn, NY
Coordination: Glasserie Events
Photographer: Nato Tuke

“Just to start off, there are not going to be words adequate enough to describe how awesome Jane from Stylus DJ Entertainment is. Seriously, she is the best. Amazing to work with and I am so happy we were able to have her as the DJ for our wedding. Before planning a wedding was even on my radar, I had gone to Jane’s Tainted Love dance night at the Bell House in Brooklyn a few times and loved it! Really cool 80s night, with a wide range of music from the decade. I was so excited when I saw that she did weddings as well! I loved how eclectic her playlists were on Spotify and thought she would be a perfect fit for our half Indian/half Cuban, very large buffet wedding. She got the vibe perfectly right, and had everyone dancing the whole night, even our grandmothers who both had not danced since they were kids! She even posted the playlist for us after the wedding and we cannot stop listening to it! Also, she is so sweet and so easy to talk, and she just made the whole experience amazing (even when we had to make last minute changes because of the weather). I really cannot recommend her enough. We love you, Jane!” —Wedding Wire and The Knot

DJ: Jane Elizabeth
Venue: New York Botanical Garden – Bronx, NY
Caterer: Starr Events
Coordination: Details Made Simple
Photographer: Nato Tuke

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Soft Cell’s pioneering 1981 cover of the Northern Soul classic, “Tainted Love,” is the inspiration for this awesome 80s dance party. Building on a solid foundation of New Wave, we’ll dig deeper into the catalog of massive hits and overlooked misses from the late 70s through the early 90s – pivotal years in musical history that blurred the lines between Analog and Digital, Disco and Synthpop, Funk and Hip-Hop. A time when Alternative was called Post-Punk, Indie actually meant independent, and Throbbing Gristle’s “Hot on the Heels of Love” surely could have been alongside Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” on the charts…with today’s perspective. Other passions include CBGB-era New York, Batcave-era London – Punk Rock, Glam Rock, Kraut Rock, Girl Rock, Dad Rock, Rockabilly, Ska, Machine Soul, Blue-Eyed Soul, Darkwave, Coldwave – plus some guilty pleasures in the (strictly) Old-School Rap department.

Hosted by DJ Jane Elizabeth (Stylus NYC, Breakfast Club Philly 2010-2015).

21+, Free!

The Bell House
149 7th Street
Brooklyn, New York, 11215

Setlist for 9/21/18:
Clash – Guns Of Brixton
A Flock Of Seagulls – Space Age Love Song
Cure – In Between Days
OMD – Secret
Naked Eyes – Promises Promises
Blancmange – Don’t Tell Me
Duran Duran – New Moon On Monday
Smiths – Girlfriend In A Coma
Wang Chung – Dance Hall Days
Siouxsie & The Banshees – Kiss Them For Me
Matthew Wilder – Break My Stride
David Bowie – Fashion
Bow Wow Wow – I Want Candy
Pet Shop Boys – West End Girls
Madonna – Holiday
Prince – Raspberry Beret
ABC – How To Be A Millionaire
Go-Go’s – Head Over Heels
Billy Idol – Dancing With Myself
a-Ha – Take On Me
New Order – Bizarre Love Triangle
Human League – Love Action (I Believe In Love)
Depeche Mode – Enjoy The Silence
Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock – It Takes Two
Technotronic – Pump Up The Jam
Company B – Fascinated
Shannon – Let The Music Play
Janet Jackson – What Have You Done For Me Lately
Madonna – Into the Groove
Psychedelic Furs – Pretty In Pink
Clash – Train in Vain
Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart
Bruce Springsteen – Dancing In The Dark
Ramones – I Wanna Be Sedated
Kenny Loggins – Footloose
Michael Sembello – Maniac
Bonnie Tyler – Total Eclipse Of The Heart
Prince – 1999
Taylor Dayne – Tell It To My Heart
Stacey Q – Two Of Hearts
Q-Feel – Dancing In Heaven (Orbital Be-Bop)
Culture Club – Miss Me Blind
Michael Jackson – Billie Jean
Cyndi Lauper – Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
The Police – King Of Pain
Toto – Africa
Nena – 99 Luftballons [Deutsch]
Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
Madonna – Papa Don’t Preach
New Order – Blue Monday
Bananarama – Venus
Soft Cell – Tainted Love
Wham! – I’m Your Man
Michael Jackson – Beat It
Eddie Money – Take Me Home Tonight
Madonna – Like a Prayer
Rick Springfield – Jessie’s Girl
Bananarama – Cruel Summer
Blondie – Heart Of Glass
Prince – Kiss
Young M.C. – Bust A Move
Salt-N-Pepa – Push It
Run DMC – It’s Tricky
Irene Cara – Flashdance…What A Feeling
Grandmaster Flash – White Lines (Don’t Do It)
Sugarhill Gang – Apache
LL Cool J – Going Back to Cali
Cameo – Word Up
Bon Jovi – Livin’ On A Prayer
Gloria Gaynor – I Will Survive
Human League – Don’t You Want Me
Katrina & The Waves – Walking On Sunshine
Bangles – Walk Like an Egyptian
Men Without Hats – The Safety Dance
Starship – We Built This City
Phil Collins – Sussudio
Paul Davis – ’65 Love Affair
INXS – Devil Inside
Modern English – I Melt With You
Depeche Mode – It’s No Good

“We had a wonderful experience with Amber Lynn from stylus, who DJ’d our wedding this August. From initial contact, to our meeting before the event, to the day of, Amber just completely got what we were looking for and delivered. We set her up with a playlist of music we liked, and she ran with it. She had our guests up and dancing the whole time. She was easy to work with, very responsive and professional. We would highly recommend her and Stylus!” –Wedding Wire

DJ: Amber Lynn
Venue: Front & Palmer – Philadelphia, PA

“Alicia was completely wonderful to work with, and was also probably the coolest thing about our wedding :) She was so easy to talk to, was very organized, communicative, and reassuring, and struck exactly the right note with the music she played all night. We had been having trouble nailing down the flow of our reception, but during our Skype consultation with Alicia, she put us totally at ease as she confidently and kindly helped us make decisions that would help establish the flow of everything. We could tell right away we were in good hands with her, and she did not disappoint! I would recommend her highly to anyone looking for a super easy-going, professional, kind, fun, and super cool DJ!” —The Knot and Wedding Wire

DJ: Alicia Mary
Venue: Woodstock Sanctuary – High Falls, NY
Planner: Emily Monus Events