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Spinner of deep, smooth and infectious DnB grooves covering all corners of the globe and whole spectrum of the genre. From listening to Northern soul and Motown vinyl on the hifi in the corner of my parents living room, to the light bulb moment discovering Public Enemy as a teenager, music created the path which has transformed into a journey of discovery. Expect live weekly mixes preparing the listener for the weekend with original material, special rewind sets and discovery of nuggets from past to present. Do not expect chit chat, the tunes will speak for me and more importantly, themselves. Hop on, it will be a nice trip. “Music makes for a Quiet Mind” The Prisoner https://www.mixcloud.com/paulconquest/ https://www.facebook.com/paul.conquest.56Learn more
Lee Clifton plays deep eclectic sounds for late nights through into the early hours that are are inspired by memories from the basement at the Music Factory, sounds from Sankey's, glitz at The Gallery, main floor at Herbal Tea Party, corners in the Hacienda, darkness at the PSV, upstairs at Pleasure Rooms and...the dance.Learn more
Tampa Florida breakbeat and house dj. Specializing in the old school funky breaks that brings the Bass and fills the dancefloor. The Records he selects were made to blow you up proper. Real jaw grinding electro breaks. With several club appearances from 2004 at ybors 1509, to avo2 in downtown Tampa. Recently hes made his mark on the Orlando club scene, and now will share his flavor with basement voltz radio.Learn more
Steve Luigi's name goes alongside the very best naturally talented DJs in the UK, not only on the Dance scene, but on the biggest underground scene in the UK, the 'Northern Soul' scene. Steve's Love of music started in the 60s when he used to be sang to sleep by Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison, the records that his brother bought and played in their shared bedroom. Steve went on to meet his first love in the late 60s, 'Northern Soul', and has remained true to her by still being involved in the scene over 40 years later.
I started out back in the mid 90’s going to clubs and festivals in Florida, Virginia, D.C, Baltimore and New York City listening to House, Trance, Breakbeat and Drum & Bass. Around 2000 got some Technique 1200’s and starting playing small house party’s nothing really big. I stopped spinning all together in 2004 and just became a listener again. Then in 2014 I ran into an old friend that still Dj’s and played for a little while on his Techniques, the love of the music came rushing back. I play on Saturdays 6PM GMT / 1 PM EST spinning mainly breakbeat and sometimesLearn more