If there’s one DJ that dominates the club circuit like no other, it is Vice (real name Eric Aguirre). Through his masterful production of pulsating beats perfectly curated for dancefloors, Aguirre has heavily influenced the club scene and currently holds residences across the United States in Las Vegas, Miami, and New York. Fans or frequent clubgoers may instantly recognize Aguirre’s unique style in his latest single, “Drag My Heart.”
The hypnotic single’s main focus is its distorted, infectious vocals, laid over a beat guaranteed to light up any stage. Aguirre’s addictive sound - paired with his expert DJing skills since learning at the age of 12 - has elevated him to becoming one of America’s most coveted live performers. Aside from playing the hottest clubs, Aguirre has lit up the stages of Coachella, Ultra Music Festival, and EDC Las Vegas.
Aguirre attributes his success due to his transformative abilities and musical fluidity. From working with artists like Rihanna, Linkin Park, Kelly Rowland, and Jon Bellion, he continuously pushes his sound to be forward thinking and fresh. This constant shedding of his skin has created for a discography that’s hard to pin down and distinctively his own.
Aguirre’s ability to constantly reinvent himself goes beyond the music. Along with creating his entire Vice persona and building a loyal, global fanbase, he has also extended himself to inspiring others through his Mile A Day Challenge. With the motto of “Passion Has No Finish Line,” Aguirre has built a community based on empowering yourself through fitness. He has also integrated his musical prowess into it by curating special Vice Airwaves Live mixes perfectly suited for the gym.
For foodies like Aguirre, he even has a monthly podcast series where he continues his “quest to find the best tacos.” Aguirre brings on guests to discuss ambitions, trending topics, life in Los Angeles, and of course, the tacos. Past episodes have featured icons in the music scene like Pasquale Rotella and rapper KYLE, to comedians like Jo Koy, and culinary legend Roy Choi. “Electric Taco” can be found on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.
Fans can ring in the New Year with one of Vice’s electrifying live performances. He has upcoming dates in New York and Las Vegas, and is set to perform New Years’ Eve night at Hard Rock San Diego. For all ticketing and tour information, visit here
"Drag My Heart" is available now across all streaming platforms. Listen to it here.