You will normally find Alistair Wilson aka Hey Mr. Wilson tucked away in the corner of a boutique festival, selecting eclectic beats for the wierd and wonderful. Seamlessly merging from Spanish Hip Hop through to Samba, he likes to keep his sets fresh and varied, with no genre left unexplored.
Bringing party goers to eargasm time and time again, expect to hear a blend of soul, disco, funk, hip hop, reggae, afrobeat, latin bass and electronica. Playing at some of the capital's biggest venues, including the Ministry of Sound, the Round House in Camden, the Egg and the ever thriving Prince of Wales in Brixton, his penchant for variety keeps revellers on their toes and smiles on their faces. His sets aim to please and spread the love. So if you catch him playing soon, remember to hug your mates, hug some strangers and keep on grooving!
When working with clients Alistair is dedicated to building a playlist based around your tastes and favourite genres. Working together, with his experience (and vast back catalogue of tunes), and your musical desires, he will build the perfect playlist guaranteed to keep party-goers on the dancefloor all night long.
Miles’ passion for music began at a young age, grooving round his kitchen to the likes of Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder. This soon developed into a DJ journey which started off in Bristol where he was one half of the electro duo Sway 2, playing in clubs all over the city before becoming a resident of the infamous night Blowpop. Once on the decks it will be hard to drag this man away. If your favourite flavour is funk and fun then this is your man. With a big record collection and even bigger smile, Miles knows how the keep the party rocking.
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"My feet haven't been this sore from dancing in a LONG time! I just couldn't drag myself off the dancefloor!" - Maggie Thornycroft