Legendary Bristolian Deli G has long been an important figure in his home city, but his reputation has spread further afield over the last three decades. He initially found fame during the 1990s, when his radio show, The Touch, introduced a whole generation of clubbers across the UK to the latest American house music.
Deli started his musical journey in 1985 in Bristol. By the end of 1993 all the major players in the dance scene like the late Frankie Knuckles, Masters at Work, Marshall Jefferson and Roger Sanchez were all playing guest spots on Deli G’s show.
Whilst still playing a major role in the UK club scene, Deli undertook a land mark tour of South Africa with the ‘Lakota night club’ along with Danny Rampling (BBC Radio 1).
2000 Deli G won an award for BEST OVERSEAS RADIO SHOW, presented by The Dirty Dozen awards at the ‘Miami Winter Music Conference’. In 2003 Deli G scooped up his second award for ‘BEST OVERSEAS RADIO’ in New York.
More recently Deli is very active on the circuit still playing big shows at clubs such as Motion, Lakota and Love Saves the Day festival , whilst running his show which is now the main Saturday show on BcFm. He also runs Roasted, Good Vibrations and BAD Radio events which are popular among the party community in Bristol.
Deli G’s passion and drive has enabled him to be one of the players in the history of US House / Garage music in the UK.
Jack Treacle is a cutting edge electronic music producer and live performance artist. Created in the South West and of Asian and Caribbean descent Jack is musical by nature.
Jack spent much time on the underground party scene by night and studying hard by day. With a scientific and engineering mind Jack and begin to mimic music he heard by using instruments. Stripping down old keyboards and radios and rewiring them to make new radical sounds and incorporating the Roland TB-303 into his set up.
Jack was recently featured in Music Tech Magazine for his impressive studio set-up, and for winning the highly prestigious 'native instrument' competition as well as being a representative for point blank music studios.
Jack is regularly booked at nights in Bristol and around the South West and is renowned for his style which mesmerizes crowds. He draws much inspiration from Ritchie Hawtin, Jeff Mills, and that Detroit style. Some call what he does dance, some tech house; Jack prefers the term intelligent Techno.
Victor Simonelli's name is synonymous with the cutting edge of the Dance Music scene. Victor is one of the New York’s finest and most prolific DJ's. He was also one of the early pioneers of the unique NYC underground dance music movement that has now become a phenomenon it its own right and is religiously followed by clubbers world wide. A producer/re-mixer, song-writer, record label owner, and highly sought after DJ, his discography of production, writing. mixing and editing credits reads like a "Who's Who!
New York house heavyweight and prolific producer since the turn of the 1990s. Victor is responsible for some of the best house music to come out of New York, recording for a dizzying array of labels (including Nu Groove, Tribal America, Fourth Floor, Sub-Urban, UMM, King Street Sounds, Vibe and Playtime), under a similarly wide range of aliases (Groove Committee, Cloud 9, Solution , amongst many others) Producing, writing, remixing and working with the likes of Kerri Chandler, Nile Rodgers, Ray Charles, Frankie Knuckles, David Morales Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones to name but a few. Simonelli tours worldwide regularly and is ever a part of the music scene of today.