City: London (UK)
BOOKING REQUEST FOR GREG MIDDLETON:
With 30 years’ experience behind the decks – spinning uplifting House, Disco, Edits and more – London-based Greg Middleton is a versatile DJ who can adapt to every situation, from warming things up with laid-back grooves to closing out a night with peak-time floor-fillers. Greg’s sets are fun and nostalgic, yet sophisticated and unpredictable, with rock solid vocals, funky and soulful grooves, layers of organic percussion, and hints of classic house – a nod to his musical roots.
Greg began collecting records and learning the DJ ropes in the early 90s, introducing himself to the DJ scene by spinning House at club nights across the Midlands before moving onto playing at famous London clubs such as SW1 and The Cross.
Over the following decade, Greg broadened his style, heavily influenced the emerging Edits scene championed by the likes of Greg Wilson, Late Nite Tuff Guy and Dr Packer. He then held a three-year residency at the Big Chill Bar (one of London’s long-established venues), where he honed his skills, reading the crowd and building the tempo while spinning long, genre-hopping sets.
Starting his own regular club night called Borderline in 2018, Greg brought his funky, party vibe to a packed-out, intimate venue in South-West London. When the pandemic hit, Greg took Borderline to the virtual airwaves, doing live streams every Saturday night during the lockdowns, with lively chatrooms and a growing following.
As a member of the “Disco Waltons” family, a group of DJs, producers and enthusiasts with a fast-growing reputation, he is currently co-producing the weekly Disco Waltons Sunday Service show on NDC Radio, with guests such as Richard Earnshaw, Mark Brickman and Derrick McKenzie.
Check out his Soundcloud where you’ll find a host of other sets, including guest mixes for the likes of Spin City, Black Light Disco, The Funkier Radio Show and the Feel Good Friday Radio Show.