Paul has been carving a career behind the decks for many years, playing his part in London’s diverse scene, but also performing at a whole host of parties, both across the UK and overseas. His musical style, which can be described as funky, progressive tech house remains a resounding hit with audiences far and wide.
Paul has featured at parties including “A:M”, “Salvation”, “The Gallery”, ”Rulin”, “Love Muscle,” and “Scandal” and played at iconic London venues, such as KOKO, Cafe De Paris, Fire, Astoria, CRASH, Shadow Lounge, Fabric, AREA and, the mother of them all, the infamous Ministry Of Sound.
Paul is a resident of London’s first original circuit party, “Salvation”, playing for both their London and international events. He also has long-term residencies at Barcode Vauxhall and Soho, the capital’s renowned house music dance venues, and enjoys playing at Shadow Lounge, Lo Profile and Rupert Street.
It is the international gigs that Paul tends to get most excited about. Alongside events like Salvation, Scream, Hustlaball and Recon. Paul featured in the massive Ibiza summer season for the last two years (Cafe Ole at SPACE, DC10, Pacha, Sands Beach Bar, Cafe Mambo and Hotel Es Vive) and is looking forward to Ibiza again in 2012. He has also played internationally at events in Australia, Asia, Canada, Sweden, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Ireland, France and Spain, to name but a few.
For many years, Paul has also been particularly loved on the bear scene and has played around the UK and internationally for some great events. In London, he is a longstanding resident at “Tonker”, the weekly bear parties, and has held residencies at “Furrvert”, “ROAR”, “Bulk”, “XXL London” and “MegaWoof”.
Paul has also played across Europe for events, such as “Bear Week” in Rome and Bologna (Bears King Italia), and is also regularly invited to guest DJ at the “Bear Necessity” parties. A real highlight has been playing at Harbour City Bears’ “Chunky” and “Furry Fridays” parties in Sydney where he is going back to DJ for Australia Day and Mardi Gras in 2012.