Years DJing: 18 years.

Genre: The clichéd answer—everything. I particularly enjoy classic hip-hop, funk, soul and disco.

Where you can catch me regularly: I usually like to pop up at Tube, Fortune or Revelry a few times a month. [Editor's note—DJ Evil One, aka Eric Bowler, owns all three establishments.]

Craziest gig: At this party in L.A. called AFEX that I used to cover for Adam 12 when he would go on the road, I got the call that I was going to be playing for Special Ed and that B-Real was doing a DJ set after me. I'm not entirely sure how it went down, but I started juggling the original sample for "Hits From the Bong," aka Dusty Springfield's "Son of a Preacher Man," and B-Real just grabbed the mic and we did an impromptu Cypress Hill show to a really intimate crowd. Kid from Kid 'n Play was in the booth that night, too. The young hip-hop head in me was so insanely hyped!

My go-to records: D'Angelo, "Devil's Pie"; Q-Tip, "Let's Ride"; Jaylib, "Starz."

Don't ever ask me to play: "The Cupid Shuffle."

NEXT GIG: DJ Evil One spins at Revelry, 210 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., on Thursday, Sept. 29.