Although Servito is a New York transplant, his DJ style is unmistakably Detroit.
Inspired by Detroit radio of the '80s and the city's local DJs in the '90s, Servito came of age in a flourishing electronic music scene, making his debut in 1995 and immediately gaining attention and the respect of his peers and local techno heroes.
Her mixes for Little White Earbuds and Bicep's Rinse FM show, contributed in spring of 2013, were received with acclaim.
She draws from a wide repertoire of musical styles from old school Chicago house, disco, tech-house to tribal, funk, and soul.
As a gifted and experienced dj, Honey knows how to manipulate any crowd.
In fact, Honey is one of the few dj's in recent years to defy pigeon-holing.
She draws from a wide repertoire of musical styles from old school Chicago House, disco, tech house, tribal, funk, soul, and R& B.
Whether she is easing them into a trancey vibe with the dark sounds of techno, or lifting them up with pumping house, she knows how to rock a party!
A native of the Windy City, Honey was first inspired by the legendary house sounds of such dj pioneers such as Ron Hardy, Derrick Carter, Mark Farina, Green Velvet, and Frankie Knuckles.
In 2013, Madonna shared remix duties with Matthew Herbert on the James Curd/No Dial Tone split for Classic Music Company and remixed Roberto Rodriguez for Freerange.
Fervent supporters of her work include Ashley Beedle, Dimitri From Paris, Jacques Renault, Luke Solomon, Derrick Carter, 6th Borough Project, Jimpster, Move D, Chris Duckenfield, Junior Boys and many more.
Currently she has tracks out on Skint Records, Toolroom, and a mix compilation on Classic Records.