Alois Hahnenkamp aka dj:mace was born in Vienna, Austria. His father, an enthusiastic hobby musician, lay the foundation-stone of music understandings in his early years. At the age of four he got his first portable record player. From this moment on his parents record library was not safe anymore and the first influences were the dance music of the fifties to the seventies. Miserable tries in learning to play the piano and the decision to become a professional bookseller prevented an early musical career. The first affordable personal computers allowed him to start his own compositions and arrangements. Sadly none of a few very interesting songs have been released until now. Beside he worked as a DJ at private parties where the music styles of the eighties and nineties were dominating. Finally at the age of thirty he got his first opportunities to work as a professional DJ in dance clubs and pubs.
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The vibe and energy at a DJ Mace party is second to none, you can feel the intensity and passion he has for music as he switches from song to song. DJ Mace plays it all! By the age of 12, he and a close friend started taking up the art of DJing and by the age of 15, inspired by the music scene that he grew up with in Toronto, DJ Mace brought that fresh new movement to major establishments in Kingston. From the very beginning of his career, DJ Mace knew the importance of Marketing and Promotions, which he continues to excel at. DJ Mace is one of the most sought after entertainment personalities in Ottawa by many of the industry's most respected and successful business leaders. DJ Mace has far exceeded the expectations of his peers, critics and fans. His love for DJing has enabled him to represent the music and nightlife industry.
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