Getting her start DJing in Washington, DC and the East Coast's hottest venues, DJ Lil’ Elle aka Ellen Lovelidge relocated to California 5 years ago but has been bringing her upbeat vibes to the West Coast.
As a creative director and artist, she has a deep knowledge of music spanning across many genres and can be heard spinning a mix of anything from hip hop, house, funk and soul, rock and roll, pop, and more. Her DC roots led to strong moombahton and latin house sets throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and she enjoys playing a laid back beach house vibe in San Diego.
Outside the club setting DJ Lil’ Elle has taken her skills to a number of concerts and special events: opening for artists like Amanda Blank, Wale and K.flay, spinning alongside turntable masters like Mad Decent’s DJ Sega, playing the USA Polo Cup Kickoff party, providing the tunes for a Sak’s Fifth Avenue fashion show, and DJing numerous weddings as some examples.
Enjoy the site and shoot me an email at elovelidge at gmail dot com or holler at me on Twitter @djlilelle for bookings, custom mixes, to send your tunes, or just to say what's up. Please see my professional artist site at elovelidge.com.
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Category Archives: mixtape
I’d say the two biggest factors inspiring me to make mixes or, eventually, remixes are friends and traveling. My friends themselves make amazing music and I’m always eager to hear the new tunes they’ve delivered to my inbox or hear … Continue reading
First of all, this is the 200th post of DJLilElle.com and although most of the beginnings were ramblings on whatever music I was into at the time from various Penn State computer labs, I’ve really been happy with the content … Continue reading
My brother moved to south Florida a few years ago and, having always been a fan of my monthly hip hop mixtapes throughout college, has been seriously deprived and started listening to things like the Zac Brown Band (ughhh). Back … Continue reading
On the seven day journey from New York to San Francisco we listened to all different music, chosen by whoever was driving at that time. About once a day we heard the new Kanye album in it’s entirety and we … Continue reading
It’s been a little bit since I posted a mix and I’m about due. Hope to be posting them more often in the future. This is just a house/chill disco/funky mix of jams I have enjoyed playing at gigs lately. … Continue reading
The pseudo-film fest Popupmagazine.com went down in San Francisco at the beginning of the month and I was contacted to put together a 5 hour mix for their afterparty. Something loungy they could play in the background but still have … Continue reading