Dirty House Party 1st Birthday Party
Dirty House Party Presents ... Ollie Julien
Ollie Julien has grown his popularity through the delivery of his live sets and music production which are mainly centred around House and Uk Bass music giving his crowd an incredible amount of energy and hype. With this style and delivery, Ollie has become a very popular and credible DJ up and down the UK. Ollie constantly puts 110% into everything he does with his work rate and ethic's being second to none, not just in DJ'ing and Music production, but also event management with his Co-Owned events Kooky & The Art of Sound Festival being well established brands in the House music scene. 2015 is looking like it will be a good year for Ollie with multiple track releases scheduled, new events and a heap of DJ sets up and down the country which will see him continue to grow his status in the Music industry
has remained ever the student, diligently observing and adapting to the music culture; growing in experience and skill, while avoiding fads and the lure of forsaking his craft for quick money. It is this ethic and aggressive pursuit of excellence that has kept, and will keep, Shaun is one of the busiest and most respected djs in the game,
Hailing from the steel city itself, Sheffield, Louie has been dj’ing for just over 10 years and producing his own tracks for about 8 of those. Playing in clubs up and down the country and gaining support from dj’s such as DJ Q and Cameo on BBC Radio 1xtra Louie is set for what he hopes to be another good year on the house scene in 2015. Playing all genre’s of house from Bass to Deep & Jackin expect something a little loud on the dancefloor.
Randy Waters As been rocking the decks since he was barely toilet-trained, when he rifled through his parents’ vast and eclectic record collection and started experimenting with the controls on their old walnut-veneered record player. He is nonetheless a completely self-taught DJ, buying all the necessary gear with money saved up from a part-time job as a chef and learning by bringing a new piece of musical technology home, plugging it in, and pushing all the buttons until something happened.