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Victor Dinaire


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When Victor Dinaire first set foot in the club scene, he was unaware that what he just discovered would become his life’s passion. Although he “was always into music as a kid,” his excitement for dance music began in the early 90’s, when he began throwing parties at New York City clubbing meccas Limelight, the Tunnel, and the Palladium. “It was great working for three nightclubs because I got a taste of multiple different scenes.”

Driven by his desire to successfully break into the dance music industry, Victor increased his intensity by working Wednesdays through Saturdays at the clubs and spending the remainder of the week ‘flyering’ the city and organizing events. He submerged himself in the atmosphere, always watching and listening for what pleased the crowd most. “While the crowd was dancing and having a great time, I always observed the people’s reactions to the way DJs worked them.” Victor especially loved to watch legendary DJ Junior Vasquez during his late nights at the Tunnel, “it was from him that I learned to work a crowd by manipulating key records live and setting dramatic sequences.”

Victor took on the world of dance music full-force. His interest in electronic music landed him a gig at BMG/Logic Records in 1999, where he did promotion for artists such as Giorgio Moroder, Gloria Gaynor, Danny Howells and La Bouche. In addition to excelling as a promoter, multi-talented Victor was also asked to perform on the Logic label, ultimately kicking off his own career as an artist.

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  • moto2000

    yea victor!! you killed it at Voyeur in San Diego last week!!!

    13 Mar 2010 Reply

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