90’s DJ – When it comes to 90’s nights I have plenty of ideas for a great evening of entertainment. Having played alongside 90’s Party and dance music legends such as Groove Armada, Brandon Block, Jazzy B of Soul 2 Soul, MC Luck and DJ Neat, Express 2 and the Hoxton Whores and cool DJ’s such as Chris Sullivan from the Wag club and Howard Hill from Pikes in Ibiza, I know what it takes to get the night moving.
Being in close proximity to London and the home counties means that I get the opportunity to play in the coolest venues both private and public a, such as McQueen in Shoreditch Putney Pies, Hush Mayfair, 93 Feet East and Broadway House to name just a few. I am happy to play to the crowd and drop tunes from House, Indie or Hip-hop, plus a few chart tracks – basically, whatever it takes to ensure its an enjoyable night. Don’t take my word for it, have a look at the people dancing in the videos below to see how much fun it is….
“the 90’s music was the best I have had for years, my feet are still hurting….” “Brilliant night ! Most I’ve ever danced on one glass of Prosecco and a 12 hour shift. Best parties ever.Com” “Fantastic night, don’t think I have ever danced so much. Great music Paul”
If you are looking for a 90’s DJ to play dance music or a house night then I won’t disappoint. I have played all over Europe and beyond including Ibiza, Zanzibar, Italy and Cyprus in 2018 as well as festivals and events across the UK.
Whatever kind of event you are having, the music needs to be applicable for the audience and the occasion. I will tailor the music to your requirements and make sure you get the entertainment you want.
Nineties nights are becoming extremely popular – from teens to late 40yr olds and beyond. Get involved in the fun and Spectrum nineties is the perfect choice to bring your 90s theme night to life! Here is link to a recent 90’s Party I did for a 40th birthday and another to a 90’s Rave on an Essex Farm
There is some amazing music from the 90s from House to Indie along with Rap and Big Beat, they really make for a great night of partying. Here is a link demonstrates the variety of 90’s parties I have played at. It is real mix of genres with Indie bands were going to raves and dance events all the time and this was reflected in the music. Electronic music using new instruments was very big and being promoted by artists such as Paul Oakenfold and Sacha.
“Your work the other night was brilliant, I’m no aficionado, but that was the best music and mixing I’ve ever heard. You truly worked the room , the only shame was you were in the corner so not everyone could see you working your magic”
Britpop had revitalised rock, and an unprecedented explosion in dance music – sparked off by a second consecutive sunny and idyllic Glastonbury – transformed how Britain thought, listened, partied and came down afterwards. I can help to rekindle those times.
Nineties tunes are in high demand especially for 40th birthday parties as people want to relive their youth for a few hours capturing that special moment at a rave or in the university bar. I can provide up to a massive 8000 watt JBL Sound system with an enormous bass sound along with lazers and smoke to really take you back in time.
90’s night blogs
90’s Party videos
Dance, Trance, Rave, House Indie and Rock all enjoyed huge success in this decade. Can you believe the Internet was only just breaking through at the end of the 90’s, now almost everyone has access to it. So it’s time to dust off that shell suit and bright trainers and hit the floor for some breakdancing.
Remember these classic nineties House tunes???
Move Your Body (The House Music Anthem) – Frankie Knuckles pres. Marshall Jefferson
Can You Feel It? – Mr. Fingers a.k.a. Larry Heard and Robert Owens
Aly Us – Follow Me.
Love Can’t Turn Around – Farley “Jackmaster” Funk with Darryl Pandy
Jack Your Body – Steve “Silk” Hurley
N-Joi – Anthem
Inner City – Good Life
Voodoo Ray – A Guy Called Gerald
French Kiss – Lil’ Louis & The World
Mystery of Love – Fingers Inc.
Or these Tracks?
Unfinished Sympathy – Massive Attac
Waterfalls’ – TLC
Parklife – Blur
Soon – My Bloody Valentine
Never Forget – Take That
Glory Box – Portishead
Da Funk – Daft Punk
Rid of Me – PJ Harvey
Common People – Pulp
Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana
I also have a great selection of Garage, Hip-hop and Indie tracks from the 90’s which means I can put together a party that will take you back in time.
While we are going down memory lane, how many of you remember going to these classic nightclubs