The Perry Twins are DJs, producers, songwriters and dancers, based in LA who have been spinning professionally together for over 10 years. Identical twin (and gay) brothers Doug and Derek have spun at clubs, parties and festivals around the world including Fire Island’s Ascension, Miami’s Winter Party, NYC Pride’s Pier Dance, Dallas’ Purple Party, Orlando’s Wonderworld, Madrid’s Infinita, and Gay Ski Weeks in Mammoth, Telluride and Crested Butte, Palm Springs White Party, and upcoming San Diego Pride.

The Perry Twins started doing dance mix shows on college radio in Rhode Island. Later working at clubs in Providence, New York and then moving to LA in 2003. They attribute Junior Vasquez, Peter Rauhofer and Richard Vission as being their big influences coming up.  This DJ duo is always into the energy of their music, they love to dance and please a crowd with tribal beats and vocals, love to get feedback from the crowd and get this – they take requests!

PT Buff BlueThe Perry Twins’ chart-topping original songs Activate My Body, Bad Bad Boy, We’ll Never Know and All Equal On The Dance Floor feature some of dance music’s hottest artists.  In addition to writing and producing original music, they have remixed #1 singles for Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce, Christina Aguilera, Kristine W and Yoko Ono. The twins have remixed the latest singles by Kelly Clarkson, Zedd & Selena Gomez and Axwell ^ Ingrosso.  Doug and Derek have also made many film and television appearances including the musical comedy Waiting In The Wings, national commercials, and Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live with Kylie Minogue.

What’s new with Doug and Derek?  The Perry Twins remix of “Show Some Love” by First Ladies of Disco which consists of Martha Wash, Evelyn “Champagne” King and Linda Clifford has just been released and is available now. Upcoming gigs include San Diego Pride Music Festival, Size in West Hollywood and AFAN’s 29th Annual Black & White Party in Las Vegas.

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