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GIO ONE STOP

DJ — London

Name, where are you from?
Gio. I’m from Rome and I’ve been living in London for a while.

What do you do?
Jamaican Oldies DJ and part of the Fred Perry Family.

Describe your style in three words:
Sweet Reggae Music (You can never refuse it!).

What was your best gig?
Opening for the Prodigy at Brixton Academy was quite an experience.

What’s your favourite reggae night?
Every Thursday night at The Flower of Kent in New Cross. Best reggae night in London!

Where can we hear you playing records?
Second Sunday of every month at Ridley Road Market Bar in Dalston, less regularly in the lobby at the Ace Hotel. 
(For upcoming gigs check facebook.com/onestopreggaenight)

What was the first song you played on repeat?
De La Soul - The Bizness.

What music defines the teenage you?
A mix between Wu-Tang and Oasis.

A British Icon that inspired you? 
Gazza.

What was the last piece of music you bought?
A handful of singles last Sunday at a record fair in Stoke Newington:
The Wailers - Funeral
The Ethiopians - Train to Glory
Peter Austin - Marie My Love
The Crystals - Then He Kissed Me
Primo Rivera - South American Way

Best song to bring people together?
Noel Tempo - It’s Time to be Free.

What was the last album you bought?
Mulatu Astatke - New York / Addis / London The story of Ethio jazz 1965-1975.

Best love song of all time?
The Paragons - Memories By The Score.

Name, where are you from?
Gio. I’m from Rome and I’ve been living in London for a while.

What do you do?
Jamaican Oldies DJ and part of the Fred Perry Family.

Describe your style in three words:
Sweet Reggae Music (You can never refuse it!).

What was your best gig?
Opening for the Prodigy at Brixton Academy was quite an experience.

What’s your favourite reggae night?
Every Thursday night at The Flower of Kent in New Cross. Best reggae night in London!

Where can we hear you playing records?
Second Sunday of every month at Ridley Road Market Bar in Dalston, less regularly in the lobby at the Ace Hotel. 
(For upcoming gigs check facebook.com/onestopreggaenight)

What was the first song you played on repeat?
De La Soul - The Bizness.

What music defines the teenage you?
A mix between Wu-Tang and Oasis.

A British Icon that inspired you? 
Gazza.

What was the last piece of music you bought?
A handful of singles last Sunday at a record fair in Stoke Newington:
The Wailers - Funeral
The Ethiopians - Train to Glory
Peter Austin - Marie My Love
The Crystals - Then He Kissed Me
Primo Rivera - South American Way

Best song to bring people together?
Noel Tempo - It’s Time to be Free.

What was the last album you bought?
Mulatu Astatke - New York / Addis / London The story of Ethio jazz 1965-1975.

Best love song of all time?
The Paragons - Memories By The Score.

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