DJ Ormez is a fluid up and coming DJ with his own unique mixing style
Davy Sims began broadcasting in 1979 on Downtown Radio and has worked in BBC Radios 1 and 4 with most of his career in Radio Ulster. He left BBC Northern Ireland in 2008 where he led the New Media team. He now trains businesses and community organisations to understand and use podcasting. He likes to find interesting and unusual music in unpredictable places.
Falling in love with music at the dawn of Rave, Rick frequented warehouse parties and classic nights such as Seduction, Evolution and the infamous Camber Weekender in 1992. Buying his first set of direct drive decks when he was 15 he set about ripping up the local house party scene! Moving to South West London […]
Aaron left school and undertook an apprenticeship in painting and decorating. Although still a painter & decorator by trade, he always knew he was going to catch the musical bug as it runs in the family. His grandfather was a singer and his father was a DJ! Aaron started DJing when he was 18. He […]
Gaining his first Club Residency at 16 at Paradise Lost and coming 2nd in an RTE 2FM all Ireland DJ competition in the same year, Jonny has went from strength to strength playing at some of the top venues across Belfast and Northern Ireland. With a musical Style that has developed greatly over the 10 […]
Michael “Hendi” Henderson is a Northern Irish broadcaster, best known for his voiceover work on UTV and a weekly radio programme on Belfast-based radio station U105. Henderson began his broadcasting career in the mid-1960s, working for the BBC Northern Ireland Home Service on various programmes, mainly as a presenter on a programme called Soundings. He […]
Joe was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland many moons ago. He remembers starting his romance with music when he bought a copy of ‘Sealed with a Kiss’ by Brian Hyland on his way back from summer camp. After leaving school he started on a legal career but became unhappy with this after twelve years. At […]