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Ska N Mash


‘20 Certificate of Excellence

dj Ska N Mash concentrates on delivering energetic dj performances for ska, 2-tone, reggae, rocksteady events via vinyl, CDs or digital. He currently hosts a weekly radio show and has a long history of dj'ing alongside many top acts including The Dualers, UB40, The Selecter, Bad Manners, The Beat, The Skatalites, Lee Thompson, Neville Staple and many more. He's dj'd at many of the largest ska festivals in the UK including Skamouth (Great Yarmouth), Skabour (Folkestone), Ska Train Festival (Cambridge), Soul on the Sea (Bournemouth) and hosts his own events including Stanford Ska Sunday and 50 Shades of Reggae. He also hosts the #FeelGoodFriday ska and reggae radio show every Friday at 1 & 8pm. He can occasionally been found dj'ing outside of this genre with punk, new wave, 2-tone, mod and soul with Sounds of a Generation and a few 70s/80s/90s disco events, quite often alongside bands. And the largest of these events: Brentwood Festival where he has been the dj and MC for the last 5 years, in-between the bands and for the after show parties alongside Status Quo, Squeeze, Human League, UB40, Jocelyn Brown, Heather Small, Scouting for Girls, Toploader and many more.

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What’s the secret to keeping a party dancing all night long?

Observation of the audience and a great understanding of the music the dj specialises in.

What do you love most about your job?

Entertaining, brining an energetic enthusiasm for the music and feeding that to the audience

What inspired you to start your own business?

Redundancy provided a pillow to explore my love for entertaining far more than I had the time for with a 5-day week in the city. Now Ive reduced my week to a 3-day week allowing for dj work from Thursday to Sunday.

Why should our clients choose you?

I deliver on my promise to entertain, I have a great understanding of the music I love and a connection with the audience.
In 2018 I dj'd with some of the biggest names in 2-tone and reggae: UB40, The Selecter, The Beat, Bad Manners, Neville Staple, The Skatalites etc. And 2019 already has over 50 gigs booked including Skamouth (Great Yarmouth), Skabour (Folkestone), From the Jam, Skarox (Cork) and SotL4 (Benidorm).
I can always provide a full biography, showing the diversity of gigs I've been asked to do and gigs I've put on myself.
I help promote all of my events that I'm booked for, actively get involved in advertising for them, produce artwork for posters and help sell tickets where applicable.

How would you describe your ‘style’?

Ska, Reggae, 2-tone, dancehall and rocksteady, Plenty of terrific music that sits within the reggae genre and occasionally into the punk, new wave and mod scene. Whether I'm dj'ing on vinyl via the Technics 1210s or CD/digital the show is the same, a passion for the music delivered with infectious enthusiasm and a knowledge of the history of the songs and the artists.

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It normally takes around 30-40 minutes for a DJ to set up their equipment but this could change depending on the specific DJ, venue, and event.

Most DJs will offer lighting hire either as an add-on or as part of their general service. Although it really depends on the DJ and the packages they offer. For example, a DJ may include floor lighting as a standard part of the service but then charge extra for more advanced lighting equipment including bar lights and moving headlights.

Most DJs will curate a playlist based on your requests and provide it to you in advance of the event, just to make sure that you’re happy with it and to make tweaks if necessary. How much freedom you give to your DJ in terms of creating the music list is essentially down to you. Some customers prefer to request almost every artist/track on the playlist, whereas others are happy for the DJ to take the reigns and come up with the tracks themselves.



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