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Saxtys DJs

SILKO: SaxtysSaturday Night Resident 

Silko AKA Shaun Silcox is an English born DJ who has always had a passion for music. An experience professional DJ, he has had residencies all over the UK, working with some of the biggest names in the industry. He returned to us after completing a summer working abroad in Marbella, building a great following out there and a succesful residency, returning to his home ground of Hereford where he is well known with a loyal following. With a broad library and ear for a tune,  Silko is capable of playing all genres to ensure the crowd is always happy! Check him out at the Saxtys Saturday Sessions with old school R & B, your favourite 90s and 00s anthems, cool funky house and commercial dance.

Twitter: @djsilko   Facebook fan page: SILKO  Website:  Mixcloud:


DJ_njb: Nick Britton, SaxtysSaturday Night Resident 

Nick Britton is a DJ from here in Hereford with residencies in various bars and clubs in the town, he has also worked around the uk in different venues. Having been on the circuit a few years now, Nick is fantastic at what he does and always likes to make sure the crowd is having a great time on a Saturday night.

Twitter: @dj_njb   Facebook fan page: Dj NJB


Deep House DJ/Producer Jim Snowzell is a 15 year veteran of the dance music scene.

His sound covers a range of musical styles incorporating deep, moody and driving house beats, slow and concentrated dissonant chords and melodies with a smooth, stylish, and chic demeanour. Over the years Jim hosted his popular resident night in his home town called "All About House" and also played alongside the likes of Kissy Sellout, Dave Pearce, Mark Vedo and many more.

2013 saw Jim step into the world of production with his first release "Deep Dusted" with the Stereolovers label.

2014 sees a new chapter in the journeyman's musical voyage, with a Saturday residency at Saxtys with his own night 'inDeep'.  With Jim at the helm there is a definite lean toward the more deep and soulful sounds currently emanating from the 4 corners of the globe.  He is just at ease playing unheard of or just released tracks as well as diving in to his own record collection to play that one killer gem from yesteryear.

Twitter: @JimSnowzell  Facebook:  inDeep  



Local Guest DJs

Our local guest DJs have been with us many years and we love to welcome them back with the best in funky house and some classic old and new club favourites.  They are also very good to hire for your party!  Keep track of who’s playing each weekend on our facebook page: SaxtysBar


Andrew Marston

Andrew Marston started DJing aged 14 at a nightclub in his hometown of Hereford and three years later, started making radio programmes for the BBC.

In 2005, Andrew was given his own BBC Introducing show, becoming the first person to discover and give airtime to artists such as Ellie Goulding, Becky Hill, Peace, Andy Robinson and Lauren Wright.

During these years, he would go on to hold down a number of long-term residencies at no fewer than ten venues, while continuing to guest at clubs across the region.

Andrew was also responsible for taking Sam Isaac to the Glastonbury Festival and the BBC Electric Proms, Pencil Toes, The Anomalies, Luke Leighfield and Pegasus Bridge to BBC Maida Vale and Radio 1's Big Weekend, while securing the brother/sister duo Muchuu a support slot with Florence & The Machine and a spot on the BBC Radio 1 playlist. He also landed The Roving Crows a place on tour with Jamie Cullum, George Barnett two spots on the Radio 1 playlist, as well as a place on stage at Wychwood and Radio 2’s Live In Hyde Park.

After conducting all of the artist interviews at Bestival for BBC Radio 1, Andrew began hosting his own stages at local festivals – enabling bands to play live on-air in front of thousands at events including The Big Chill, Wyeside, The Nozstock Festival of Performing Arts, The Worcester Music Festival and taking over stage curation duties from BBC 6 Music's Tom Robinson at the Wychwood Festival. He also selects acts for Reading, Leeds, Bestival and T In The Park.

In 2012, Andrew took up VJing and started providing live visuals and video to the tracks he performs. As an active musician, he has toured with a rapper and percussionist, while playing live keys to create new interesting mashups of well-known songs.

Andrew’s BBC Introducing show continues to broadcast every Saturday and he listens to in excess of 400 tracks a week, from his local area alone. He is also producing a number of dance tracks with musicians he's met during his career, including Nigel Clark of Dodgy – many of which he plays out live.

 You can listen to Andrew’s weekly radio show by following this link...

Twitter: @DJAndrewMarston 


Jordan Prew: An uptempo livewire behind the decks, local lad Jordan is not to be missed on our Saturday nights. Entertaining Saxtys crowds for over 7 years, Jordan prides himself on his professionalism and is known for his energetic sets, funky beats and flawless timing. Whatever the gig, wherever the event, this guy will get the party started and keep the floor moving with his distinct sounds of house and trance.  Having played various venues across the U.K and Ibiza, Jordan sure brings the Balearic spirit to his sets, fusing mixes of club classics and modern day bangers. With music production well under way, keep watch, keep following and keep dancing! For bookings, mixes and dates follow @jordanprew (twitter), direct message on facebook, or contact us at


DJ Gary Newman started djing in 1995 when a lucky competition win on a local Swedish soul and R’n’B station (QFM - now known as Kiss fm) started a 5 year career as a radio jockey. Not wanting to be left out, he decided to learn how to mix and promptly set about the task in hand.  Using his love for soul and disco, he was soon mixing it up with funky soulful house and adding his disco influence to sets.  His style soon got him noticed and he was soon playing leading clubs in Sweden.  After leaving the radio another stroke of luck came his way, with a impromptu phone call from a colleague in Switzerland.   He landed a residency at a club for a total of 6 years playing gigs almost every night, his blend of up tempo house was embraced by the Swiss and he was regularly playing boat parties and gigs around the area.  Illness then forced his hand and he came back to Britain and to his native Hereford, where he has enjoyed warming up for DJs such as Jeremy Healey, Graeme Park, N-Trance, Daniel Davoli (black box), Jon of the Pleased Wimmin, Jon 00 Flemming, Soul Avengerz and Danny Rampling to name but a few.  His love for playing intimate venues has led to a regular Saturday night slot at Saxtys and he is always active in promoting his regular DJ nights.  Gary always looks forward to the time ahead and entertaining both new and regular clients, private bookings can be made at


Celebrity Guest DJs...
Our Bank Holiday Sundays are where it’s at – with our Garden bar, BBQ and intimate club, it’s the perfect setting for some big celebrity names to come and DJ for you! With some classic names gracing the decks over the last 7 years, as well as some of the newer celebrity DJs on the scene, we’ve seen some of the biggest and most successful nights in Saxtys.  Keep watching this space for more info on what’s coming up – our club is now licensed until 4am every Bank Holiday Sunday! You can also join us on Twitter: @saxtys or Facebook: SaxtysBar for all the latest news!

In 2013 we dedicated all the Summer Bank Holidays to "Naughty but Nice" - reviving the past hedonistic days of the famous Crystal Rooms and taking the name forward into the future with new and exciting House and EDM music. NBN brought live musicians, a great atmosphere and the spirit of House music back for one brilliant summer with their guest nights and we wish them well in their new permanent home at Fusion in Hereford with the promise of exciting things to come!


Past Guest DJs 2012:


For the last Big August Bank Holiday guest DJ slot in 2012, and arguably the busiest, we welcomed, for the first time: Danny Rampling. Danny is a bonafide music visionary and a revolutionary dance music pioneer. Through his legendary ground breaking Acid House club Shoom and subsequent long-standing associations with Kiss FM and Radio 1, Rampling´s catalyst influence has helped to shape dance music for over 20 years.  In addition to his tour schedule Rampling is regularly called upon to DJ at high profile private parties and fashion show happenings. These have included spinning for George Michael, Primal Scream, The Pet Shop Boys, Mick Hucknell, Gloria Estefan, Depeche Mode, Patrick Cox and Boy George.  With a list of career milestones over the last 3 years, this year Rampling will be celebrating the 25th anniversary Shoom in summer 2012 with a special London party, a Shoom album and a book of his 25 years of House Music.  Rampling is firmly back in the musical limelight, where he belongs, sharing his passion for music with a wealth of experience. 


On Bank Holiday Sunday 3rd June 2012, we welcomed for the first time, former model and now celebrity UK DJ Jakki Degg.  This gorgeous lady has had an incredibly diverse working life, with phenomenal success as one of the UK’s leading models for over a decade which saw her on the front covers of some of the world’s most recognised magazines including, Loaded, Front, M8, Boys Toys and Max Power along with regular features in FHM, Maxim, GQ and OK.  Due to her growing popularity and celebrity status, Jakki was offered some unforgettable opportunities on UK TV and film and became very much in demand after being voted No. 30 in the FHM 100 Sexiest Women poll.  2009 marked the year in which Jakki Degg changed her career path and is now on her way to a very successful DJ career. Since then she has played at some of the world’s biggest and most popular venues such as Eden Ibiza, Ministry of Sound Egypt, La Brasserie Monaco, Estoiles Abu Dhabi and Funky Buddha London.  2011 sees her make her way in countries across the globe and being the headline act for fashionista parties from the Cannes Festival to the holiday destination for the stars – St Tropez.  Standing out from the crowd is what this girl is all about; going against the grain and surprising people, her music does just that.  Soulful, groovy, uplifting and the all important factor; music to dance to, Jakki has a presence that lights up a room making crowds warm to her, this knock out artiste certainly gave us a “beautiful” night in Saxtys!


Brandon Block returned once again to Saxtys on Bank Holiday Sunday 6th May 2012...   Always a favourite with our regular crowd,  Brandon was there when it all began, involved in promoting clubs back in the 1990s including Up Yer Ronson, Flying, Fubar and Haven Stables.  He has also been resident DJ at Passion Coalville, Gatecrasher, God’s Kitchen, Gardening Club, Colours Glasgow and has DJ'ed at Festivals such as Kaos and Caister Soul Weekender.  We are always glad to welcome him back and once again he made it another massive night in Saxtys!


Sonique was our first big DJ guest for 2012 - Easter Sunday saw the dancefloor stomping once again until 4am!  Much anticipated after her last visit, she didn’t disappoint this time, with live PA and an awesome set, the atmosphere was electric!  See the photos here!


Guest DJs for 2011...
It was always going to be a tough one to beat after the sell out success of Annie Nightingale on New Year’s Eve, but if starting the New Year like that was a taste of things to come then things could only get bigger and better again! We mixed things up on Saturdays at Saxtys – bringing you lots of local DJ favourites such as Gary Newman, Guy Davies, Andrew Mawdsley, Rob Sidwell and Jordan Prew amongst others plus more of our celebrity DJ guests.... Well known favourites such as Marc Vedo and K-klass made return visits (and we always look forward to welcoming them back) and new for Saxtys in January 2011 was the E4 Skins Party - a major event for us, with DJs Nicola Bear from Ibiza Rocks and Radio 1’s Kissy Sellout!  The year culminated in the return of Marc Vedo once more, bringing with him his Koolwaters Brand 365 International tour party - a first for Hereford!


New Year’s Eve Koolwaters 365 Tour Party with Marc Vedo
Once again Marc took time out from his Globehopping international DJ schedule to bring us a fully branded New Year’s Eve Koolwaters extravaganza.  Marc's DJ profile goes from strength to strength. Having garnered a musical presence and maturity that can rival many of the worl'd leading names, it has actually been the past few years which has borne witness to the bulf of his career's bigges milestones.  This together with his past achievements puts him in a position as arguably one of the scene's most impressive international DJ talents and creatively consistent young producers. His diary in recent times has seen him appear at many of the world's leading super venues whilst also being a regular feature for the world's finest events in Cream, The Gallery, God's Kitchen, Gatecrasher, Elle Style Awards party 2011 and Amsterdam Dance Event.   His bursting repetoire of clubs has led to festival appearances for the likes of Glastonbury, Global Gathering & Homelands - to name a few.  As a producer, Marc has found similar success with his studio output and claiming wide reaching support for his productions over the past 24 months. Many of his recent productions, such as "Only Love", "Get it Out", "String Circus" and "Liquid Spirit" have picked up support in DJs as wide reaching as Tiësto, Erick Morillo, James Zabiela, Axwell and Roger Sanchez whilst radio support has included Radio 1 veterans Pete Tong, Judge Jules and Annie Nightingale.


Graeme Park: 15 years on the radio, 25 years on the decks, One Night in Saxtys
The story of DJ Graeme Park really mirrors the story of the evolution of dance music and club culture itself, Graeme found himself working in a Nottingham record shop called Selectadisc in the early 1980s, when the very first house records began to filter through from Chicago, Detroit and New York. When the shop’s owner also opened a nightclub, it was only natural he should turn to Graeme to select the discs. Determined to showcase this new style of music, his reputation as a house pioneer soon brought him to the attention of Mike Pickering at the Haçienda in Manchester, who asked him to cover for him whilst he went on holiday in 1988. Simply put, there was no-one else in the country who could do the job. The Summer of Love followed, and Parky quickly became one of the biggest names on the emerging dance scene. Aside from his eight-year residency at The Haçienda, he was the first British DJ to play places like Australia, South America, the USA, Asia and beyond as well as producing and remixing tracks for the dancefloor. He was there before it all started, he was at the forefront of the dance scene when it was at its zenith and he’s still there, still rocking it, years later- longer than some of the people on the dancefloor have been on the planet! And the best thing is he still loves it, still loves the music and still loves to play it for people to dance to...


Alex P
DJ, party man(iac), legend. One of the ‘old school’ of DJs, there during the early days of house music, he has become somewhat of an elder statesman of the scene – been most places, done most things, just about survived to tell the tale. Early gigs came at the almighty Sunrise raves in the U.K., some of the notorious, infamous raves that attracted major press headlines at the end of the 80s. After playing to thousands at such an early point in his career, the next point for a young DJ at that time was Ibiza, a place that helped shape the reputation of Alex in several ways. After holding a residency at Amnesia, he then became the resident at the newly opened Space. After working there for a few months, a moment of inspiration changed the clubbing world. Alex decided to put some decks behind the bar of the Space chill-out area and to call it ‘The Full Moon Terrace Bar’. You know the rest from there. Alex began to get worldwide bookings, and soon became one of the headliners for most of the major house nights in and around the U.K. He is still to be found DJing all over the world, recent gigs including Dubai, Tokyo, Singapore, Las Vegas, and Koh Samui.


Rob Tissera
Rob Tissera is one of dance music's most prolific stars. A top-selling producer and versatile DJ that still loves Dance Music like it’s his first night out and whose technical brilliance and effervescent sets have seen him pack out parties across the globe, Tissera's experience and ability to thrill audiences playing any genre is something only a handful of DJs can match. Famed for his hi-energy hard trance and hard house sets, he's also rocked audiences playing dirty funk, uplifting house or big room trance. He has an exhaustive CV of international bookings that has seen him conquer clubs across the globe yet despite all his success Rob remains one of the most approachable and friendly DJ’s on the scene. He can always be found mixing with the clubbers who have come to see him play, rather than propping up the bar in the VIP Area! Rob is quite simply a 21st Century DJ that can take any crowd and any club and rock it right through to its foundations!


Kissy Sell Out @ the E4 Skins Party January 2011
Normally strictly over 21s, for one night only Saxtys opened the doors to the new generation of over 18s for the E4 Skins Party and what a night it was! We welcomed to the decks for the first time ever Misfit Essex boy and superstar rock'n'rave DJ of the new generation, Kissy Sell Out. Kissy quickly gained notability in 2006 for his eccentric electro productions and energetic DJ style, building his career on furiously complex remixes of All Saints, Mark Ronson, Sugababes, Chromeo and The Human League amongst others. In 2009 Mixmag described him as "one of the most exciting, charismatic and entertaining DJs of the decade. Whilst not in the studio or touring the world he hosts a weekly show on Thursday nights midnight - 2am on BBC Radio 1.


Guest DJs in 2010...
Not sitting around on the previous year’s success, 2010 was bigger and better than ever with a Star-studded line-up of superstars and genuine Legends of the house music scene... Over the Bank holidays we welcomed The King of House Music - Farley Jack Master Funk, one of Radio1's original broadcasters and a man who rarely ever plays in this country as he's so in demand overseas, the one and only Seb Fontaine for a legendary night, another legend in the form of Sonique who played an outstanding DJ / Live set.  Added to this were a few extra Saturday treats with the return of Marc Vedo and Brandon Block, and then topped off by the ultimate in celebrity DJ status with the Queen of Radio 1, Annie Nightingale! 2010 will be hard to beat!

Annie Nightingale at the New Year’s Eve “Snow Ball”
Annie Nightingale, Radio 1's first female DJ, is now its longest serving DJ and is described by others as legendary. She is nowadays known as 'Queen of Breaks'. She has pioneered breakbeat music for the past eight years, her show becoming one of Radio 1's biggest on-line successes, attracting a growing international audience via the 'Listen Again' radio iplayer. In 2009 Annie won the International Breakspoll Award for Best Radio show for the fourth time, and picked up a second and most cherished award for 'Outstanding Contribution to Breaks'. She also embarked on a series of festivals including Snowbombing in Austria, other festivals in Holland, and the UK including Glastonbury, The Big Chill, Jersey Live, and Bestival. In December 2008 Annie was presented with the John Peel Award for outstanding contribution to music radio by the Radio Academy. This award was first given in 1987, and re named after John Peel in 2005. Annie is the first woman ever to win this award. Also in 2008 she won the International Breakspoll Award for Best Radio show for the third year running, was nominated in the 2007 Sony Radio Awards' Broadcasters' Broadcaster Award, and in the same year has was nominated for an Outstanding Contribution Award in DJ Magazine's Best Of British Awards. We are, quite simply, honoured that she came and played for us on New Year’s Eve 2010!


Brandon Block
This renowned House Music DJ and club promoter is one of the most wanted DJs in the UK, He has an impressive average of six bookings per weekend, and his diary seems to always be full 6 months in advance. When house music took off in the UK, Brandon Block embraced this style. He did the usual round of parties and clubs, until landing his first resident DJ appointment at The Haven Stables in Ealing. This led to his being noticed and Brandon found himself travelling to bookings in Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool and throughout the north. Soon he also turned to promoting, running FUBAR in London at The Milk Bar.  More recently Brandon Block has expanded into music production and is assembling a full studio in his home. He has co-produced a record Don’t You Feel Like Love. For our second Saturday Friction treat, Brandon is returning to grace the decks of Saxtys once more!


After battling breast cancer in 2009, Sonique is back with a bang!! The S Express lead Vocalist and Female DJ extraordinare joined us for a DJ and live vocal set on the last of our Bank Holiday Guest DJ nights.  Brit award winner for best Female Artist with a string of top ten chart hits including the number 1 smash 'It feels so good' and her remix of 'I put a spell on you' which reached no 8 in the UK charts, this is one top celebrity guest DJ who totally rocked the dancefloor in Saxtys.  Playing her own set and then back to back with resident Kris Manning until 4am as well as singing live, it was truly an amazing night from a genuine superstar and we’d love to have her back!


Marc Vedo
For the First time Friction brought us a Saturday party! We welcomed back Local favorite Marc Vedo, former Naughty But Nice resident for the first time in over 2 years! With his own club brand Koolwaters blowing up dance floors across the UK and gracing every corner of the globe week in week out, he is one of the world’s most sought after DJs with a soaring international career playing regularly for the biggest names in the scene. He’s been making a lasting impression on clubbers everywhere with his uplifting funky sounds and his peak time trance sets. Having played at many of the world’s leading club brands from Godskitchen and Ministry of Sound to UK festivals such as Homeland’s and Escape in the Park, he made space in his busy diary and flew back from Italy to play for us!


Rocky (from X-Press 2)
Rocky (aka DJ Darren Rock) is one of the most in demand DJs on the circuit with his unique style and a gig list that sees him flying all over the world. Either by himself or with his fellow X-Press 2 cohorts, DJs “Diesel” (Darren House) and Ashley Beedle, this veteran UK Acid House DJ has enjoyed huge success since the early 90s. In 1992, the X-Press 2 trio came up with "Muzik X-Press", which was a significant club hit and their subsequent singles were all successes at clubs and events around the world, including "London X-Press", "Say What!", "Rock 2 House" and "The Sound'. Following singles appeared on numerous superclub-branded mix compilation albums and X-Press 2 achieved a coup in 2002 by collaborating with Talking Heads' musical visionary, David Byrne to produce the hit “Lazy”.


Seb Fontaine  
Fontaine had his first DJ gig at Crazy Larry's on the Kings Road, London, but he soon progressed to residency at the Fridge in Brixton in 1989. Having worked at various other clubs in London, he eventually became a resident DJ at one of the UK's largest club nights at Cream, and also went on to feature at its Ibiza nights. In 2000, he joined BBC Radio 1 as a specialist dance DJ, hosting a weekly show, as well as broadcasts from Radio 1 outside broadcasts in Ibiza, leaving in 2003. He has also released a number of records, predominantly mix albums, and acted as a remix producer on tracks including the Outhere Brothers.  He is also associated with the brand Type which he has used for naming both club nights and album releases. His uber cool record label and Club night “Underwater” was a huge success taking in Clubs such as Pacha Ibiza for 4 years and others such as the Gallery.


Farley Jack Master Funk 
Farley is known as the King of House music and part of the Select Godfathers of House. Hailing from Chicago, Illinois he is acclaimed with being the original pioneer of the Chicago house scene - the first and original sound of house music, where all forms of the music originate from.  Not only was it this that made him such a superstar, he also released the first house Track EVER - 'Love Can’t Turn Around' Which reached number 10 in the UK Chart in 1986. Also, having his own label, House Records, has seen him gain the exposure a true living legend deserves.


2009 Guest DJs
2009 saw Saxtys with the help of Friction run by Kris Manning, take our Club nights to a whole new level!   With record Bank Holidays, packed out dance floors and superstar DJs, it shows what we’re about!   ...2009 saw such luminaries as Tall Paul, Allister Whitehead, Fran Crosgrove, The Hoxton Whores, Lottie as well as Clubbing Brands Ibiza Residents and Fierce Angels grace the hallowed decks of this perfect intimate Club...

Tall Paul
Tall Paul began his DJ-ing career in the late 80s, playing for private parties at his family’s venue, Turnmills. At the same time Paul started working with pirate radio stations Touchdown FM and the capital’s legendary pirate Sunrise FM. He quickly became recognized for playing what one might alternatively call hard edged-house winning the much coveted ‘Muzik’ DJ of the year and consistently appears in the DJ Magazine 100 poll year after year since the poll’s beginning in 1997.  Recent remixes of K-Klass’s ‘Rhythm is a Mystery’ and the classic Energy 52’s ‘Cafe del Mar’ both reached the number one spot in the UK dance and club charts.


Allister Whitehead
Allister Whitehead’s DJ-ing career started way back in 1987 at the tender age of 17, where he played all over his hometown of Nottingham. He eventually took up a residency at Nottingham’s Koolkat, and it was during this period that his reputation began to spread. He was truly established as a household name worldwide with the Gold selling Fantazia Album ‘The House Collection Volume 3’ which was the biggest selling DJ-ing compilation ever seen at the time. Since then, he has achieved 3 more Gold and 2 more silver albums with further compilations for Fantazia and Ministry of Sound. Nowadays Allister is one of the four biggest DJs in the UK House scene. He can be seen at the UK’s most respected clubs currently playing House music.


Fran Cosgrave
Born in Dublin, in December 1977 Fran Cosgrave started DJ-ing and promoting when he was just 15. His passion for partying and playing house music went hand in hand and he has been involved in the club scene ever since. He's owned clubs, promoted parties and DJ’d all over the world. His musical style of house, tech house and up lifting progressive pumping tunes has had him playing alongside huge names like: Pete Tong, Judge Jules, Freemasons, Out Of Office, Jonathon Ullysses to name a few.


Hoxton Whores
are a British progressive house duo from London, England who have toured extensively throughout Europe. The project is a collaboration between DJs and remixers, Gary Dedman and Kevin Andrews. They had originally set up their own music distribution company before taking up music production. The name of the act is derived from the area that they work, Hoxton. They have released numerous records and remixes. Their more widely known recordings include Been A Long Time, Boys And Girls, Smoothe, Shiny Disco Balls, Jump, Circus Bells & Djum Djum. Hoxton Whores have provided remixes for many acts including Deep Dish, Danny Howells, Faithless, Kathy Brown, Leftfield, Moloko, Red Hot Chili Peppers & Todd Terry


Fierce Angel
Fierce Angel is the new record and events company from Mark Doyle, the creator of Hed Kandi. Fiercely independent and already picking up critical acclaim worldwide the company is on a mission to provide simply the finest music and the most memorable nights out. Fierce Angel Records have now released 15 spectacular compilations, performed all over the UK and at some of the wildest locations around the world.


2008 Guest DJs

Trophy Twins
Charm presents the Trophy Twins (supported by the Charm boys).
The trophy twins are one of House music's rising stars - playing as residents for Kiss da Funk, Dusted @ Egg & judgement Sundays in Ibiza as well as being part of the Radio 1 residency team.


Guy Ornadel
Charm presents Guy Ornadel (supported by the Charm boys).
One of the premier DJs on the circuit, a regular at the nation’s super clubs and a mainstay on the international circuit.


Dj Lottie
Supported by our resident Charm boys
Inspired by her teenage years at the legendary Hacienda in Manchester, Lottie has gone on to become a major presence on the European club circuit. Winning awards such as Sony Ericsson Musik magazine’s "Best New DJ" and Dancestars' "Best breakthrough DJ".


Brandon Block
Supported by the Charm residents & our DJ competition winner DJ Ono.

Brandon is probably one of, if not the most entertaining and unique DJs and personalities you’ll ever find. He’s best known for his uplifting party house music behind the decks, and his infamous havoc causing antics on the other side of the turntables.  Brandon’s taste is eclectic and when it comes to pleasing the dance-floor, he’ll play anything that will move the crowd!


Supported by the Charm residents

Nights out at the legendary Hacienda “Nude” nights in 1988 led to the meeting of minds and the beginnings of the K-Klass phenomena which took off in 1989. Originally formed by Paul Roberts, Andrew Williams, Russell Morgan and Carl Thomas, the original idea was just to make a track that would get played in the Hacienda and 18 years later the K-Klass name is still going strong.


Marc Vedo
Supported by the Charm residents
Tipped by DJ Magazines as “one of the fastest rising DJs on the international scene”, Marc Vedo is a DJ who’s soaring career sees him performing regularly for the biggest names in dance music. Once dubbed by Mixmag as ‘the next Sasha’ for his impeccable mixing technique and pin-up like image, Marc Vedo has gone on to forge a successful career as not only a DJ, but also promoter, radio presenter and most recently as a producer.