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Name: Stu Bradley
Music Style: House, Breaks, Electronica
Outlar-Listed Events: 52
Outlar Cross-references: Surgeon, Steve Parry, Hybrid, Matthew Dear, Ben Sims, Magda, King Unique, Paul Oakenfold, 808 State, Krysko, John Graham, Troy Pierce, Sander Kleinenberg, Nic Fanciulli, Chris Finke, Danny Woods, Aztec, The Magnet, Creamfields, The Dragon Bar, Nation, Zanzibar, Carling Academy, The Lemon Lounge
Stu Bradley Intro:
Stu has been involved in music most of his life. He started off playing the piano from the age of 11 and then taking music & the arts more seriously as he grew older, he went on to complete a Btec in Performing Arts at Greenbank College, Liverpool. After that he studied for two years of a BA (hons) degree as an Actor/Musician at Rose Bruford Theatre School, London. But he soon realised that his heart belonged solely to music and moved back to Liverpool to pursue his dream. .
He started off back in 2000 when he co-promoted and was one of the resident DJ's at Sour, a popular underground night held in the Basement of MelloMello. Since then he has continued to play at numerous venues around the city including the Cavern; Le Bateaux's; the Zanzibar
, Heebies Jeebies; The Lemon Lounge
; The Magnet
; The Dragon Bar
, the Warehouse; the Carling Academy
He has held a couple of residencies in the city including Strategy at The Zanzibar
, where he played regularly for 18 months; between May 2002 and Nov 2003. He became resident for Aztec
in Liverpool in September 2004 when he played his first gig at The Lemon Lounge
. Since then he has played for Aztec
at various venues throughout the city. He also made his debut at Sankey's in Manchester in 2006 when Aztec
hosted the Soap Bar for the Easter weekend. Then went back a few months later to warm up for Sander Kleinenberg
hosted the main room for Tribal Sessions. After three great years of playing for Aztec
, Stu decided he needed to move on and felt he needed to focus on a new challenge
In June 2003, he won the Mixmag Competition to play at Glastonbury in the UK. He played there twice on the Energy24 stage over the three-day festival alongside Mixmag's future hero's Louis Edwards & Nic Fanciulli
. All this time he continued to persist and entered every competition he came across and in August 2004 he won the Aftershock competition to play at Creamfields
Also that year, he played at the Earthdance UK festival as well as securing guest appearances at the House of Progress @ Café Sol Nightclub in Amsterdam. In September, he went over to play at the Burning Man festival in the heart of Black Rock Desert, Nevada USA. He played there twice over the five-day festival; a house/techno set at the Opulent Temple and also a breaks set as well.
In September 2007, he was asked by Paul Oakenfold
to warm up for him on a couple of his dates for the Perfecto UK tour. He played the Carling Academy
, Liverpool and also Gatecrasher @ Media, Nottingham.
Since he started DJ'ing, he has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience from warming up and playing alongside many DJ's and artists including; John Graham
, Circulation, Steve Parry
, Oliver Klein, Ben Sims
, Chris Finke
, Parks & Wilson, Magda
, Sander Kleinenberg
, Troy Pierce
, Matthew Dear
, King Unique
, Nic Fanciulli
, 808 State
and Paul Oakenfold
Stu was one of the founder members of the music website www.clubconnected.co.uk and also the resident DJ for the site. He regularly wrote club and festival reviews, as well as overseeing the music elements of the site including the guest mixes and track reviews. The website was established five years ago now and at its peak attracting over 150,000 people per month.
The last few years, he has been mainly focusing on production work and his discography to date includes the tracks; Shanghai Surprise, You get what you pay for, Percussive maintenance, Creatures of the night, Self-unemployed and the Numbers game. Also under the guise of The GBC's with Danny Woods
, he has also made a track entitled Another L8 Night.
Now working for Dolphin Music in Liverpool in the sales department, focusing on piano's & keyboards, computer music, recording and DJ areas. He looks after and supplies equipment to a wide range of people from bedroom producers up to some high profile bands and DJ's.
Past Stu Bradley Events ( 37 Listed )
Stu Bradley in 2007...
Saturday 22nd September 2007 (7 Years Ago) - Special Brew @ Walk The Plank|
CantMixWontMixShdntMixDontMix, Kole & jazzbo, Mark Forshaw & Ben Hughes, Neil 'Shit Hot' Scott, Cler Lever, Nick The Greek, Jo Joy, Emkai, Gary Martin, Danny Woods, Stu Bradley, Rob Casson
Saturday 26th May 2007 (7 Years Ago) - Gimpfist & Lost Property Pres: The Mashquerade Ball @ The Warehouse|
CantMixWontMixShdntMixDontMix (5 deck megamix), John Heckle, Rob Casson, Stu Bradley, Alex Wasikowski, Disco Dick, Cler Lever, Scott Lewis, Matt Jones (Ritual Specialist), Budd n Thomas E. Griffin B2B, ...
Stu Bradley in 2006...
Saturday 16th December 2006 (8 Years Ago) - Gimpfist & Lost Property Pres: Merry Christmash Warehouse Party|
Johnny1Move, Ben Proudlove, Stewart Macleod, Clair Powell, Danny Woods, Alex Wasikowski, Gary Martin, Steve Brown, Jango, Matt Jones, Jon Phillips, Cler Lever, Bill Heckle, Stu Bradley, The OddBwar, B...
Stu Bradley in 2005...
Wednesday 8th June 2005 (9 Years Ago) - Slut @ The Magnet|
Mr Sushi, Doug Kerr & Tom Sheppard, Fishtank hosted by: Stu Bradley (3-Beat), and more..
Live Music from 8am - 11pm with... Freemaker, Free Mojo, The Wombats
Stu Bradley in 2004...
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