Full Bio



Full Bio
DJ Wire started his career playing on pirate radio
station Freak FM along side DJ EZ and The Heartless
Crew, he is credited with playing an instrumental
part in the formation of the “Grime” scene with the
release of his seminal track “Believe Me” in 2003
which was originally championed by EZ. From
there he went on to join now legal Rinse FM which
at the time was home to the likes of Dizzy Rascal
and Wiley. This marked the start of two further
years producing and DJ’ing around the UK Garage
and Grime scene with tremendous national radio
He went on to make a mark on the Drum and Bass
scene becoming a resident at East London’s Herbal
and releasing several tracks with support from the
likes of Pendulum and DJ Hype amongst many
others and then in 2008 he teamed up with Chase
and Status to set-up and run MTA Records - home to
Nero and 16bit.
It was through Chase and Status he met Example. At
this time Wire produced several tracks for Example’s
“Won’t go quietly” Gold selling album. During this
period of intense production and touring performing
as part of Example’s live show, Wire completed
remixes for the likes of Kids in glass houses, Example
and Ellie Goulding. His track ‘Tales from the Crypt’
was included on Snoop Dogg’s ‘Throw Your Dubs
Up’ mixtape and played extensively by dubstep
royalty; Skream.
In 2010 he presented his first multi genre mix CD
entitled “The Playlist” for Ministry of Sound with
Example which represented the content of their DJ
DJ Wire continues to work with Chase and Status at
MTA Records and performing DJ sets with Example
around the UK and the world, in locations including
Ibiza, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, South East Asia, Europe,
South Africa, Australia and New Zealand to name a
few. More recently DJ Wire has a signed his current
single “Band of Outsiders” to Steve Aoki’s highly
revered Dim Mak label.
2012 is shaping up to be the year of DJ Wire, watch
this space.

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