DJ Middleman

We have been playing a variety of music for different events for over 10 years. We have the knowledge and experience to deliver the right sound for any situation.

Whatever kind of event you are having, the music needs to be applicable for the audience and the occasion. We will tailor the music to your requirements and make sure you get the entertainment you want.

Let us tell you a little about our past in DJing…

We have been DJing for the past 10 years, our range of work has included everything from house parties and functions to our own AWARD WINNING radio show. We have also played at some of the most exclusive club nights in:

  • London
  • Amsterdam
  • Ayia Napa
  • Switzerland
  • Kavos
  • Texas
  • Ibiza
  • Kos

We specialize in funky house, uk garage, r&b hip hop, uk funky, rare grooves, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00 pop , rock, indie, reggae, bashment + much much more.

Who did we work with

We enjoy playing at a mixture of parties and the crowds are always responsive.


Wedding couple

Weddings aren’t like just any other party. If you’re a bride (or even a groom), it’s one of the most special days in your whole life. So how do you get the music just right?

Normally what people do is spend thousands on the catering, thousands on the venue and leave the DJ as one of the last things to sort out.

This is a shame because what most people remember isn’t the food, or whether your serviettes were folded like swans. They remember the way people got up and danced.

Getting wedding music right is harder than you think. There are a large cross section of all ages, from People who grew up with Beyonce to people who grew up with Bing Crosby, Getting them all dancing together is a Great feeling.

With a majority of weddings there’s a certain flow to the evening, which is a good rule of thumb to make sure the party goes according to plan.

The plan is normally as follows:

  • The first hour is background music to get people warmed up, followed by the first dance with bride and groom. This follows into music for the more mature guest and then maybe something for the kids.
  • The music then gets progressively modern as the evening goes on. Then big floor fillers are played to get everyone dancing.
  • Finishing on the last song, which is either a big number everyone can join in with or a slow number for the couples to dance to.
  • The important thing is balancing having control of the party with the party having a life of its own

This pattern is only a suggestion and we will work with you to design a flow to the evening which works for you and your guests