im DJ DEE-VINE 36 funky House/Hed Kandi/Twisted Disco/Garage/and anything Urban Dj...
Love music iv been inspired by music ever since i can remember.I started djing when i was about 17 after watching my pals dj.and started my self learning the ropes.
I picked it up very quick and started doing tapes (cds wasn't out then) and sending them out to clubs,bars,and radio stations.I started getting feedback after about 1 month and started on a station called impact i was there for about 1year and got my first booking at longship nightclub and soon become the resident there playing underground garage (big thing @ the time). I went on to one of londons biggest underground stations (london underground 89.4fm were all of todays biggest dj's and producers came to be were thay are now people like dj spoony,ez,plus many house hold names.
I then got loads of offers for up and comming events.i then moved to a club called rennaissance and was there for 6 years playing underground garage. From there i played residency at pulse playing to 3000+ravers biggest club in herts i was there for 5 years till it changed to liquid and envy playing a lovely 2-step sing along garage.
I then went on to work with so big promoters in the game like Slap & tickle,castle club Agia Napa.to name a few
Iv dj'd at loads of 1 off events in london.and still get the crowd jumping with my unique style of mixing and with my HOT selection of Funky/Hed Kandi/garage tunes get any dance floor filled to capacity....
For some time now I have been hearing "There is no quality RnB music out there any more". The Urban Meltdown is here to show that there still is - but you just have to dig that little bit deeper.
On this show we will be featuring music you won't hear on commercial stations. I am talking about independent releases, quality underground tunes, and big tracks from the US and UK before they get airplay over here. If you want to keep UPFRONT and INFRONT then the Urban Meltdown will be the place for you to be every Sunday morning from 8am!!!
Started off spinning vinyls with friends in my early teens leading to me setting up the Progressive Culture Studio in Northampton welcoming all DJs from the local area and afar.
A few years ago I started to run local nights of all underground genres from Dub, Dubstep, Breaks, Electronica, Bass, UKG, DnB and everything in between.
Progressive Culture, headed by DLs, as an organisation runs a youth club in Northamptons Eastern District and is soon to be opening a social club for the community.
We like to promote all music from the underground scene and to give air time to individual producers and DJs to keep them jnterested and inspired.