Since the age of 16 I have been gaining experience in all types of scenarios and parties, learning about vital underground classics and rarities along with taste making new artists that come to light over time. Since the start I have had a string of residencies in clubs and bars in Leicester, Nottingham, Stoke and London. Guest gigs all over the uk and a small number of gigs abroad. I have been the protégé to a dj called Kelvin Andrews.
He is one of the few dj’s in the UK who has been involved in making music, spinning tunes and putting on parties since the inception of the UK dance scene in the early 80’s. The knowledge I have gained off him has completely opened my brain giving me the ability to embrace all forms of music. Gradually over time I have been able to entertain people with a very wide range of music. The thing I am most popular for is my disco and house sets or bringing an eclectic sound to a main room.
I have a personal taste that lets me satisfy most people this could involve cosmic sounds, vocals, dubs, disco, funk and soul or on a flip side I would energise people with house and techno like click funk, minimal, dub disco, deep house which can deliver a more futuristic sound. Those are my two extremes I like to bring to the party. I only play records I personally like, present the tracks in two ways. Just let them breathe or mix them up.
Just depends on the record really. I hate to mix things up too much when you don't really need to. Some people think I'm being lazy when I just let the record run out. Some people think you lose the flow if you don't mix anything but some records are just not meant to be messed with.
Personally I think there isn't enough people out there who dig great music and just want an easy sound or a very overplayed commercial record but for me if that is what I got for going out I would feel a bit ripped off. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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