Munson Meeks is a pretty uncompromising DJ. For most people this is a hindrance, but for Munson Meeks it's his strongest asset. "I'm mostly into Nu-Disco but dabble with a little Deep-House. I just play the songs I like. A lot of times it's hard to tell what genre the song actually is, so I just call them Sexy. That's basically what it comes down to: Is this song sexy as hell? Yes? Of course it is."
And while his song selection is spot on, his seamless mixing is what makes him stand out. "When I listen to a mix, I don't want to be able to tell when one track ends and the next begins. A perfect mix sounds like one 2-hour song with a lot of different parts. So that's what I like to do. I take 20 to 25 songs and piece them together like a puzzle, so when you listen to the whole mix it's just one long, amazing piece of music. There is so much good music out there, it's just a matter of finding it and figuring out how to piece it together in a way that makes the whole greater than the sum of its parts."
He may just play what he wants to hear, but he plays what's right. "DJ'ing is dictatorship. You stand there and force the crowd to listen to what you want to listen to. When you take a step back and think about, it's pretty strange. Yeah, I'm just playing what I want to hear, but I do it because I know it's what the crowd wants to hear too, they just don't know it yet. But once you play that track, everybody freaks out because it's perfect. I play my favorite songs because I know other people are going to enjoy them too."