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Alex has been DJ’ing since he first discovered a love for house music, nightclubs and festivals in early 2006. He has played some of the UK’s most iconic venues and brands including Ministry of Sound London, Hed Kandi and Pacha.


His style is somewhat eclectic but always falling into the crowd-pleasing genre of ‘party house’. Expect gospel house, nu-disco and funk, big basslines and plenty of classic sing-a-long vocals.


For a regular dose, Alex can be found hosting the Thursday lunch show on one of the UK’s only remaining pirate radio stations, the mighty Codesouth. Tune in from 12-2pm on 88.2FM (south coast), via the Codesouth website, on Alexa/Tunein, or on Alex’s Mixcloud page for the live video stream!


A highlight video from Alex’s favourite and sunniest yearly residency – the Brighton Pride Village Street Party. He’s been welcoming people to the UK’s best-known and most euphoric sunny street dance every year since 2009.

Having fallen in love with the Old Dirty Brasstards at Glastonbury in 2014, Alex decided to pass that JOY onto the 10,000 revellers in the Brighton Pride Dance Big Top later that year – Crazy In Love / Beyonce VS Old Dirty Brasstards

To keep informed of gigs, shows and mixes head to Alex’s Facebook page.

Who said warm-up gigs can’t be fun?! This video is from the Sunday afternoon of the world famous Brighton Pride Village Street Party, sped up to follow the full first hour of Alex’s warm-up set, bringing the celebrations to life!

Live instruments have always been a key feature in Alex’s sets, whether playing his own live percussion, or accompanied by saxophonists, and that extends to his choice of house too, often featuring live brass, orchestras and choirs.

Ticking off a rock’n’roll bucket list item – climbing the rigging!

Must have been loud at the front! Bad audio – GOOD CROWD!