Paul’s first DJ break came aged 17 after constantly pestering the residents at Philip Salon’s Troy night he was finally offered a set upstairs every Friday playing what was then known as ‘Balearic Beats’ (roughly translated to anything he fancied a set which Paul can still be heard spinning at highbrow fashion shows and private party’s!) Simultaneously a new club opened across the road called ‘The Milk Bar’ so after finishing his Friday night set, Paul could be seen throwing some shapes on the dance floor to sets by Pete Tong and Dave Dorrell. The common denominator of music meant that Paul soon befriended Dave and Nicky Holloway and when Darren Emerson left his Monday night residency at The Milk Bar, Paul slotted in nicely - the Monday night gig continued for five years finally concluding at the Velvet Underground
The Monday nights were quickly becoming established as a London ‘Hang Out’ for promoters and producers Paul soon found himself locking down residency’s at not only the Milk Bar in London but Pimp in Wolverhampton, Open @ The Ministry of Sound and Billion Dollar Babes @ Raw, he was also guesting at what can only be described as the ultimate nights in the heyday of clubbing venus in Nottingham, the super glam Miss Moneypennys in Birmingham, Cream in Liverpool and Golden in Stoke.
Edited by MegaVolt_TM on 26 Jun 2007, 17:07
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