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Kaycee Unisca Pres. The Collective Radio

Featured Resident 17 Feb 17 0

Kaycee Unisca has called Dallas Texas home for over two decades and has graced dance floors across the State with his signature Progressive House and Breaks style.  Having played at renown clubs such as the Lizard Lounge, Taboo Lounge, Murphy’s Mansion, The Crown and Harp and many others alongside legendary artists such as Sandra Collins and Snoop Dog, Kaycee Unisca has established himself as a force to be reckoned with in the Dallas electronic music scene. He credits his love for electronic music to his insatiable appetite for music and innovation as well as respect and admiration for local Dallas legends such as Mark J, Rob Vaughn and Michael Todd. A veteran crate digger and self proclaimed vinyl junky, Kaycee Unisca’s sets tell a story that has taken years of hard work and a palpable passion for his craft. With his heart for Prog he cites amongst his greatest international influences; John Digweed, Sasha, Sandra Collins and Rabbit in The Moon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aberrant Beats

Featured Resident 29 Nov 16 0

My love for music goes back as far as I can remember, but the DJ fire was lit for me in the mid 1980’s with sounds like German Techno, British synthpop, , and San Francisco leather bar.  With these emerging new sounds in my head and new experiences at local underground clubs, moving into the DJ arena was the next inevitable step.

Early stints at clubs in East Texas evolved into bigger things in college.  Running my own mobile DJ service and spinning in college clubs 3 and 4 nights a week only served to fuel the fire for sharing the music I loved with the world.  Guest mixes during spring break at clubs like The Coliseum in Daytona Beach and Club Rio in Corpus Christi were some of the highlights of my early days.

My move to the DFW area came in the early 90’s when I was hired to DJ at a large nightclub in Ft. Worth.  After graduating College and several years of working by day and DJing by night I decided it was time to merge the two so I opened my own nightclub (Xccess).  It had been a dream of mine for years and I was finally afforded the opportunity to make it a reality.

After time I realized I did not share the same enthusiasm for running a club as I did DJing in them so I sold everything and took a hiatus.  A few years later I heard some mixes from DJ Moxie being played at clubs like Afterlife and my fire was reignited.  I’ve been back at it for about 7 yrs. and I’ve never had more fun playing the music I love for the world. Thank you ActiveSessions.fm!