Mike Palms, a native New Yorker from Brooklyn, has been a constant figure in the NYC music lexicon for the past 10 years. He’s played along side Diplo, QuestLove, Mark Ronson, Talib Kweli, Premier, Andy Rourke (The Smiths), Matt Berninger (The National) among others. Michael is an expert at precision cuts and smooth blends using multiple musical genres while he DJs. He’s provided the soundtrack for numerous bars, clubs, hotels, loft parties, corporate events and weddings.


“We hired DJ Mikey Palms for our wedding at the Queens County Farm Museum and he was great. He was super easy to work with, listened to our likes and dislikes and made us an amazing playlist. Mikey just “gets it” – he really understands couples’ wedding style and creates the perfect collection of music to accompany your big day. My husband and I would highly recommend him!”

“DJ Mikey Palms was terrific. He listened, was flexible, and made sure everyone’s needs were met. He can play all types of music and handle special requests. A real professional and a great guy.”

“Mikey Palms was an EXCELLENT DJ! I heard NOTHING but great comments, such as “best dj” etc. I gave Mikey about 200 songs and several required to play. Some required were not play, but this was due to me allowing people to make requests. I have no doubt, everything would have been played had I told Mikey not to accept requests. Mikey did a great job mixing the eclectic group of music I gave him. He was on time, dressed appropriately, and took changes without missing a beat…”

“Mikey was fantastic–he kept the crowd dancing all night, was open to requests and completely “got” what we wanted and the vibe of the party. We couldn’t have been happier!”

“DJ Mikey was do great to work with. He was responsive and friendly from the start. We were a little skeptical that our reception venue (reBar) supply the DJ but could not have hired a better DJ on our own. He got our tastes down pat, even when I gave him the vague term “keep it dancey.” Everyone enjoyed shaking it down on our big day. Thanks Mikey!”