DJ GALLERY

Photo courtesy Tory Williams Photography NYC
Colleen Crumbcake Spinning
J.Crew and American Express host Spring Catalog Event

NEVER THE SAME OLD SONG & DANCE

Sugartown Industries is a mobile DJ company based in NYC and Philadelphia. We love parties, music and a full dance floor.

We make the following pledge to you:


• We dig deep into our extensive music collection to keep every event fresh and fun. We play a variety of genres, from mainstream dance and hip hop to rarities and obscure nuggets.

• We are not the typical wedding variety DJs. We are passionate about the job we do and we’re knowledgeable without being pretentious.

• We work closely with our clients to create the memorable night they envision; from matching them with the DJ that best suits their event, providing the equipment needed and helping them achieve a night that flows well with maximum dance floor action.

• We understand that your event is about the CLIENT, their guests & the music, not US.

• We spin music that is different and creative yet accessible.

• We never use wacky lights, smoke machines or hang banners at any event.

• We never play line dances or the standard boring wedding or party fare.

• We dress like guests at an elegant party.

• We emcee each party more minimally than the average wedding DJ. We are more subtle and decidedly low-key.

We’d love to be a part of your event. Please contact us for rate information and specifics.



New York Magazine Says:

If you like...
Phoenix’s “Lisztomania” and Montell Jordan’s “This Is How We Do It”

Then hire: Colleen Crumbcake

Here’s why: “One of my strengths is building excitement on the dance floor and throwing in fun, forgotten nuggets that make people lose their minds,” says Crumbcake, who spins regularly at Beauty Bar and Fontana’s and played Karen O’s 30th-birthday party. Her tastes run the gamut (indie rock, hip-hop, French pop, British Invasion), and though she never turns a mike over to a guest without a couple’s prior approval, she once segued D.J. Kool’s “Let Me Clear My Throat” into A Tribe Called Quest’s “Scenario” while a guest rapped along.