Years DJing: I had my first gig playing in the gym of my high school, Benson, when I was a senior before the freshman basketball game in the fall of 2000. Ever since then I've been DJing on the radio and in clubs in Eugene, Portland and Puerto Rico.

Genre: Anything that's classic-—funk, soul, rap, and all kinds of electronic music.

Where you can catch me regularly: I've had monthly residencies at Dig a Pony and Jackknife since they both opened. I've also been doing a lot of private parties and dinner events with John and Renee Gorham at Plaza del Toro.

Craziest gig: When I was in Puerto Rico in 2008, I was DJing and bartending at a tiny bar down the street from where I lived called Candela. One busy night at around 1 in the morning, this local character in his 60s who peddled pinchos (marinated Puerto Rican meat kebabs served with baguette) and who had taken to calling me "Portlandriqueño" showed up with his chekeré, an instrument used in salsa music made of a gourd and netted beads. He started playing along with all the tunes I was playing. The place went wild and we partied all night.

Don't ever ask me to play…: R. Kelly. That guy is a monster.

NEXT GIG: Jimbo spins at the Eagles Lodge Halloween Party, 4904 SE Hawthorne Blvd., with Bobby D, Lamar Leroy and Cooky Parker, on Saturday, Oct. 29. 9 pm. $10. 21+.