With a refined musical prowess and an uncanny ability to merge occasion, placement and people, Mojo Filter has an almost supernatural understanding of what it is to create magical atmospheres with music.
Being the first DJ ever to play at Buckingham Palace set the precedent for a new breed of DJ amongst the upper echelons of the events industry.
From award ceremonies to gala balls, illustrious openings to office parties, Mojo Filter’s eclectic music collection and understanding of the unique structure and protocol of corporate events has seen him DJ at some of the UK’s most prestigious venues, including The Royal Academy of Arts, the National Portrait Gallery, the V&A and the Natural History Museum.
He is now an official supplier to the royal palaces, including Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace.
Whether playing loungey background music or to a packed dancefloor, Mojo Filter can tailor his DJ service to suit the unique requirements of each client.
“I’m a read-the-room kind of guy and love to feel the vibe and take elements of what’s going-on energy-wise and build on that. I play loads of weird and wonderful locations with strange and exotic people.”
A full lighting and soundsystem kit is also available to hire.