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About

What makes a good DJ?

Simple. Good music.

Good mixing skills.

Good equipment.

Great sound.

The ability to read the crowd.

How would you describe your ‘style’?

I play what the crowd want to hear.

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Every event is different. So quickly establishing what people like is paramount. To play what people want to hear all night is where the real skill comes into place. Because things can change very quickly and my job is to play the music people like in a way that they like.

Don't go in too heavy and don't go in too soft. Get it just right and know when to play something different,

If a DJ is good everybody gets to dance.

Loving the music.

To DJ to a crowd is a priviledge. It's the one thing in life that a crowd big or small can experience for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 ....hours and enjoy it the whole time.

Varied, Exciting, Feel Good.

I'm adaptable so I get asked to DJ at all kinds of events:

Parties, Birthday Parties, Weddings, Engagement Parties, Secret Cinema, Film Premieres, Fashion Shows, Fashion Shop Openings, Venue Openings, Product Launches, Festivals, DJ Support for Bands, Restaurants, Bars, Nightclubs.

Playing music I love to people that are enjoying it too.

I quickly realised that what people wanted when they booked me was my professional approach to every event and it to be a complete success. With every aspect of the DJing taken care of by me.

And I rapidly became to 'go to' DJ for any event.

With my flexibility and ability to adapt to the crowds needs there wasn't an event my clients wouldn't consider me for. Which massively increasing the demand.

You can't put too high an importance on the DJ if you want your event to be a success. They are what the crowd are listening to and where their attention is for a large portion of the event if not the whole time. So being aware of what is happening on the dancefloor is very important. And don't leave it too late. A DJ can see the tell tale signs of people losing interest. And it's knowing exactly what to do before it affects the dancefloor. Keep the dancefloor rockin' and give them the best experience possible.