Ft. Guy Williams (Paradise 45), Leftside Wobble, Jay Karim, Capita
Guy has been gracing the decks for over 17 years and is a versatile Dj/Producer , beginning his DJ career in Manchester in 1993
He has held residencies at some of the most famous UK Clubs including, Ministry Of Sound, Turnmills, Vague, Trade, DTPM,and many more
He has toured over the world taking in USA,Japan, Thailand,France, Germany,Spain,Switzerland, Poland,Russia, and South America
Guy has been producing for over 10 years now and has had releases on Southeast Recordings, DTPM Records,Housework, Egoiste, Pop pop Records, Baker Street Recordings & remixed for EMI, Independiente, Sony, Wall Of Sound and Polydor
His own party, Black Rabbit, that he co promotes with Bones & Kelly Love has been taking London by storm for over 4 years now and also holds residencies at Brighton, Yello in Belfast and last summer held a residency at We Love Space in Ibiza and in 2008 he also made his debut at the infamous Manumission
Guy started Paradise 45 (also the name for Guy and Thomas Gandeys music project) as a Future disco/italo/80’s night just over a year ago and it now holds residencies in London and Ibiza and has had guest such as Faze Action/Severino/Pete Herbert/Serge Santiago/Sophie Lloyd and more grace the decks
Late last year Guy released the tech house stomper ‘Like That’ on Baker Street Recordings and had great reactions and support from Dj’s and good reviews across the board
An earlier release 'Take No Prisoners' released on Tom Neville's label Love Minus Zero was supported by Pete Tong on Radio 1 and featured as one of his ‘Big Three’
As Paradise 45 Guy and Thomas Gandey have remixed Grace Jones and Temper Trap with more remixes and original material on the way including a track called ‘Remedy’ feat Kathy Diamond
Along with tech house faves Prok & Fitch Guy recently released ‘Yalla’ on Roger Sanchez’s label Stealth which garnered strong support on the tech house floors
More recently Guy has teamed up with DRW –Dan Williams and under the name The Shack they have signed their debut Ep of ‘Shackhouse disco’ ‘‘Touch It’ to Faze Action Records already getting great reactions from promo this is due for a release in May 2011 and The Shack are now working on the follow up so watch this space!
Guy has the ability from years of experience and plain good taste to be able to rock a club with deep and tech house or Future Disco/Italo/Classic Disco and 80’s gems This versatility coupled with his new twisted house and Future disco productions that are getting great reactions and support, mean that the future is an exciting musical journey
Expect the usual funk infused disco & house music from the Big In Japan crew served with a double helping of dusty pop gems, electronic belters and R&B blips thrown in for good measure.