Known for his unique sound, huge remixes, & creating the largest electro party in South Florida, Donovan Coley (better known as DOCO) has achieved huge success in the music industry. DOCO’s talent and nonstop involvement in the music scene, has allowed him to share the stage with a variety of top artists. He recently played both Afrojack and Fedde Le Grand’s shows on the same night. DOCO also played on main stage at Club Cirque Festival with Steve Aoki, Borgore, Torro Torro, Auto Erotique, along with DJing the after party with Carnage. His latest remixes have triumphed, with his trap remix of Royals, by Lorde, receiving 85,000 plays in 20 days. DOCO’s remixes are supported by Kill the Noise, Must Die, Victor Niglio, and all three major Tampa Bay radio stations with syndicated radio play in over 18 different markets.
DOCO began DJing four years ago, creating a hybrid sound containing elements of house, electro, complextro, and progressive music. He engaged in multiple areas of the music scene in Florida, starting AMP!D Saturdays, at Tampa’s Amphitheatre in 2011. This event quickly became South Florida’s biggest electro party, averaging 1,500 attendees. His knowledge about the industry, and wide range of experience as a classically trained vocalist, sound designer, and songwriter, has enabled him to produce music that’s on an entirely new level.
Born in the birthplace of House Music, Chicago, DOCO began his music career at the age of three, harmonizing and recording over cassette tapes. His interest in music continued to grow throughout the years, and during high school he began making music. He later moved to Florida, becoming one of the most significant people in the electronic music scene.