Kyle McCullough “DJ K-MAC” is a versatile DJ who can tastefully mix and blend multiple genres of music making him one of the city’s most sought after DJs. He is consistently recognized for his ability to program and curate a room. From providing an ambiance, to having guests tap their feet, to a fist-pumping dance party, K-MAC is a go-to favorite for any event and venue.
His career spans two decades of DJing professionally, including San Francisco, Las Vegas, and New York nightlife, local radio on 99.7NOW, and private social, start-up, and corporate events.
“Having a large library of music is one thing. Being able to execute and program the music to a room, crowd, or event is another.”
While technology has advanced how DJ’s perform, it has also created a low barrier of entry. K-MAC started DJing with turntables and crates of vinyl records. Today, K-MAC embraces technology while bringing tasteful elements of #RealDJing to the corporate dance floor.
“It’s my goal to not just play a playlist, but to provide a DJ experience and showcase the live DJ elements for the event and guests.”
Based in Silicon Valley, K-MAC works with a number of corporate and start up clients. Career highlights include DJing an NFL VIP event for Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium, opening for Big Boi from Outkast at the Jack Daniel’s Mirror Ball at Fort Mason, on the DJ line up for the Grand Opening of the Salesforce Tower, and the featured DJ for the Exploratorium Venue Showcase 2019, ranked one of the 10 coolest museums in the world.
His resume also includes San Francisco’s premier venues such as Pier 27, Julia Morgan Ballroom, De Young Museum, and Moscone Center. K-MAC was also a featured DJ for 99.7NOW’s Summer Splash Concert at California’s Great America, sharing the stage with artists Cheat Codes, Madison Beer, and Jason Derulo.