Measured Events are a London based DJ and events agency. We represent some of the finest DJ talent around, many who have more than 20 years experience. Whether you're a club owner, promoter or looking for a DJ for a corporate or private event then we have the solution for you.
With prices starting at as little as £250 for a 4 hour set and music covering all spectrums of the UK/EU club scene we can please any ears.
All of our artists are London based but come from all over the world with different musical backgrounds.
Their performances are renowned and respected on a global scale; from LA to Tel Aviv, New York to el Cairo and Paris to Ibiza.
Our artists know no limits when it comes to crowd pleasing. Covering Festivals, Fashion Shows, Top Clubs and high profile events, they have never failed to please, receiving world class reviews from our clients in the process.
Their musical knowledge is wide spread covering all areas in the modern and classic market. Whether it's disco, house, techno, funky, indie or rock music that stimulates your senses - our artists always deliver an exceptional musical experience.
Our artists have their music flowing through radio stations world wide, building up international acclaim, with their records being played by some of the world's top DJ's to fire up the crowds. Not short in technical knowledge – these artists never fail to impress with their talent and ability.
Our database is updated regularly with new musicians.
Severino began his DJ career in Mantova, Northern Italy. At the age of 26 he made the move to London where his job was record buyer for Italian Disco Label, Disco Inn. His work with Disco Inn has been one of success and has brought a smile to many a London clubbers face. In 1998 Severino decided to make a step into club promotion. His first venture was with friends Rob Wood (of the unforgettable Jockey Slut) and Michael Morley (Zomba Records and Lucky Numbers) and their party was Happy Families. They began their night at the East's premier cocktail DJ bar Cocomo.
As word spread numbers increased and Fabric was their next port of all with a bi-monthly residency knocking the socks of all who came to shake their tail feathers! The Lifthouse house was Happy Families next home which the boys promoted for just over a year. During the same time Severino met Jim Stanton (The Cock & Horse Meat Disco) and began to make a little part of the gay scene.
His residencies came in quick and fast and in these days Severino is making his music heard some of Vauxhalls finest gay establishments like Crash, AM and particularly at the legendary Sunday parties Horse Meat Disco. He has also secured himself regular slots at 333 Saturdays and latest news is his involvement with long-term friend Nico De Ceglia in running and djing at Nico's established CODEX parties.
All in all this DJ is one of the hardest workers around and his taste and flare for playing brings a smile to all who have the pleasure to hear him play. You can expect anything from disco, house, electro and soulful vocal music. But most of all this DJ loves his music and wants to share in his vast and amazing music knowledge with all who come to his dance floor...
...MTV after parties in Munich 2007, Liverpool 2008 and this year in Berlin 5th of November...
Also music selector for Dunhill fashion show S/S 2007 with Inca Production
One of those people who consider music as a 360 degree thing, since the start Nico De Ceglia has balanced his passion for spinning records with radio shows, journalistic work, scouting and more.
Magazines such as Muzik, Update, DJ, Notion (UK), Trend, Trax, Rumore (Italy) and Composite (Japan) have seen him in recent years writing reviews, interviews and specialist charts and until recently he was involved in compiling the prestigious Buzz Chart for DMC. At the present he is writing for the brand new musical network rivmixx.com and for the prestigious media oriented site thehospitalclub.com part of The Hospital group.
Nico has also worked as A&R consultant for the celebrated FFRR/London before moving on with Pete Tong when he left the label. He has been scouting and pre-selecting for Pete's legendary show on BBC Radio 1 (UK) since October 2001.
On the DJ front he has never stopped. International sets have included Miami, Ibiza, Poland, Ukraine, Indonesia, Switzerland, Germany and many dates back in Italy. His London gigs have included regular spots at some of the major clubs like The End, The Cross, Turnmills, The Key, The Egg and Ministry Of Sound.
Kris Di Angelis' story is of the club kid done good. While he's garnering attention for his remixes of Roisin Murphy, Alphabeat, Ladyhawke, and his scurrilously good bootleg of Madonna and Daft Punk, Kris's residency at Jodie Harsh's Soho club night, Circus, has seen him laying down the Friday night soundtrack for London's fashion, media, and club crowd, playing alongside everyone from Kissy Sellout, William Orbit, FrankMuzik, and Roisin Murphy, to Sam Sparro, Larry Tee, and the Loose Cannons.
With regular gigs at the likes of Fabric, Space, The End, Bungalow 8, Hoxton Pony, The Egg, The Island, and Beach Blanket Babylon, he's tipped to become the next UK upstart to watch. His German residency (136 Grad in Hamburg) has helped spread the word, and after producing music for catwalk shows in New York, London, and Milan, his name is becoming the one to drop on the international circuit.
London clubland has been Kris' playground since the age of 14. While his peers were sitting their GCSE's, he sneaked into clubs and became a regular face amongst the denizens that populated the capital's nocturnal landscape. But his obsessive approach to music has deeper roots:
"As a kid the only toy I used to play with constantly was a toy record player. This was soon replaced with a real one; so most of my childhood was spent saving (or stealing) money to spend on records. Cue me driving my parents mad by picking up the needle and playing my favourite sections of a track again and again".
This turned into manipulating cassette decks and ‘mixing' his favourite bits of songs together to create new versions; his first experience of remixing. While still in his teens Kris had amassed a CD and vinyl collection numbering over 20,000. His musical tastes? Squarepusher and Masters At Work via Caetano Veloso and everything in between. A healthy interest in music was supported at school (he's classically trained in most instruments bar the guitar) though when he moved to a local Grammar (John Major's alma mater) he refused to join the choir and orchestra, and was ostracised by the music teacher – his response was to slash her car tyres (she still gave him straight A's).
His first proper DJ gig was at the Rex Club in Piccadilly, where a friend who worked there had booked him:
"I can explore almost anything on my Mac in the right situation, hence me ending my last mix CD - which was quite a deep/tech house style mix - with Johnny Cash's version of ‘Hurt', played with extra beats and held in time, even though the tempo changes frequently. There are less and less rules governing what we're capable of, so if you want to find a way of making 1000 electro kids dance to ‘The Girl From Ipanema', you can - and I have".
Alongside studio partner, Sam, they've crafted a reputation for productions and remixes that have seen Roisin Murphy and Alphabeat cross swords with the Di Angelis sound. Chuck in some cheeky bootlegs (Ladyhawke, Madonna vs Daft Punk, and others) and suddenly the phone is ringing off the hook with remix requests.
I guess my residency at Circus is what's changed things the most dramatically for me. Playing there with Roisin was a turning point. She heard my white label of ‘Overpowered' and liked it so much that on the spot she asked me to remix her single ‘Movie Star'. We handed in two different mixes, both of which EMI accepted. Since then we've been asked to remix Alphabeat's new single and a ton of dance tracks".
18 Years experience as a DJ influenced by Rare Groove, Funk, Disco, Garage, Soulful, Classic, Old School, Funky, Deep, Progressive, Lounge, Chillout & Balearic House, Techno, Minimal! Founder and Director of "Glovibes", music production and promotion team. Experienced in event management, promotion, PR and communications, radio , movie sound trachs and fashion show. A well travelled, talented and passionate DJ, a genuine artist and a dedicated performer.
Bringing Italian style and panache to many of London's coolest clubs, lounge bars and parties, Leonardo (Glovibes as producer) after notching up several years as resident and guestDJ in major Italian clubs, extended his experience to the radio, achieving prolific exposure on networks across Italy.
Whilst he specialises in all facets of house tech-house and dance music, Leondardo's long love affair with music means his flight cases are stocked with a wide selection. Often been DJ for fashion show and catwalk in Rome ( Piazza di Spagna ) As producer he has remixed some of the most important voices like Robert Owens(Come Together) Angie Brown ( Mindnight Magic ) and also Noir ( Troya ), Sikk ( My Washing Machine ), but his last tune: Cod Liver Oil ( also remixed by Wally Lopez) , has been defined by top DJ's/producers like Danny Tenaglia, Tom Stephan, Funkagenda, W Lopez, J T Vannelli, Spencer Parker, Kamishake, Mark Knight and many more a masterpiece of Tech-House music , also included in few compilation around world and on top of the chart in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Holland and more.
He is monthly resident at Ministry of Sound ( London ), and also u can hear his music in some clubs abroad : Lisbon , Barcelona , Palma de Mallorca ,San Miguel, Cannes ,Miami, Jakarta ( Indonesia), Ibiza ,Italy almost all ( Naples ,Bari , Rome ,Milan, Catania, Verona and more).
Check out his discography on www.myspace.com/leonardoglovibes or in music store and online music stores.
Born in the beautiful Eastern European city of Bratislava, Charlotte is a London based DJ who is going from strength to strength. A natural musical maestro, Charlotte‘s production and mixing talents have been further honed at one of London's top music colleges – ‘Point Blank'. Ever since, she's been building herself as a regular face on the DJ circuit in London.
Her fresh approach to electronic music has continuously impressed some of the key promoters in London, leading her on to regular gigs at Public Life, Bar Vinyl, Industry, and Oh! Bar, Raduno, The Coronet & Ministry of Sound. She now also holds down a residency at 54 Commercial Street in London as well as at Family Affair, a popular monthly party at Platinum Shoreditch where she has played alongside the likes of Claude Von Stroke, Teifschwarz, Ziggy Kinder, Dan Curtin, Rob Mello, JB, Sandeman & Mr
Devoting plenty of time to the studio, this highly focused and ambitious lady quickly produced her first track ‘Afterworks' in 2007. By May 2008 Charlotte's demand secured her gigs at the ‘Bee Free' music festival in Slovakia, Eastern Europe and across the Atlantic at Le Souk and Bar 21 in New York. Since then she's been signed to exciting new London based label Ifidota Music, where her most recent production ‘Inspired' is due for release this summer. Charlotte is currently adding even more strings to her bow by studying Sound Design and Music.
Italy's most explosive disco-funk export have been on a mission to soundtrack the party you'll never quite recover from for more than ten years now, since the moment when Jurij Prette walked into Paolo Guglielmino's house to find a shelf-bending collection of around 20,000 records, running from rare groove to Afro-disco to obscure exotica and missing out very little in between.
Everything from Blackjazz Records to Casablanca," Jurij enthuses. "I learnt so much about black music, funk, jazz, boogaloo... And from there I started to explore new music from record dealers in London and New York.:
Journalist, producer and DJ, Paolo is a DMC mixing championships alumnus whose earliest spinning experiences came from cruise ship residencies around the Med. When he opened up his huge vinyl library for sampling, Tutto Matto took their first steps into music production, initially releasing for esteemed Italian imprints like Irma Records. "But after a few years of producing, you realize that sampling gets a bit limiting," Jurij adds, "as you become more aware of what music really is and what the people you've sampled have done to get there."
So after relocating to London in the late '90s, Tutto Matto increasingly concentrated on creating tracks from scratch, and driven by the fresh approach and sizzling energy of their new productions, the pair quickly came to the attention of Tim 'Love' Lee's Tummy Touch label, where a shared appreciation of party classics, fried fun and hedonism led to a working relationship. Four blinding 12"s and Tutto Matto's globally acclaimed debut album, ‘Funkulo', followed, and two years of pressure, pleasure and intensive production later, album two, 'Hot Spot', did its best to burn up the floors and airwaves.
Despite Tutto Matto's undisputed success, the boys became frustrated with the limitations of being signed to a label, so they increasingly focused their energies on Jam Block, an independent collaborative venture set up in partnership with like-minded French production duo Bagatelle.
The past three years have seen Jam Block's activities go through the roof, with involvement in movie scores, TV soundtracks and music licensing, record sales of over 3 million, a clutch of number 1 records, A&R and artist signings, music publishing and, of course, jamblock.com, the new website. Alongside keeping Jam Block bubbling in France and the UK, Jurij is busy developing a second career as an actor ("and idiot," he adds), while Paolo is studying songwriting and composition as well as finishing a law degree at Westminster College in London.
Fans of Tutto Matto's soul-soaked, deep groove, funky disco need not dismay, as the third Tutto Matto album is currently in progress, with a limited edition EP planned for the summer.
After getting his big break at the seminal Troll club in the late 80s Daz Saund progressed to become resident at the immensely popular Garage at Heaven nightclub and then his four-year residency at the legendary Trade at Turnmills, where he made his mark as one of Britain's underground dance music artists. Daz's reputation rapidly spread throughout the UK, Europe and the Far East, playing at monumental events such as Love Parade, Mayday and Tribal Gathering in the UK. In 1995 Daz was voted Best International DJ of the year by FrontPage Magazine Germany.
At the start of 2000, Daz returned to one of his favorite venues Turnmills, this time on a Sunday night called Habit. He is now a resident, playing twice a month to a mixed crowd that appreciates his blend of funky techno-dance music.
Daz was snapped up by Carl Coxs Ultimate Management agency which enabled him to grace some of the best clubs and festivals in the world, playing along side the likes of Frankie Knuckles, Laurent Garnier, Jeff miles to name but a few.
Daz first ventured into the remix and production world in 1992 with a remix of E-Trax's 'Lets Rock'. He has worked with Trevor Rockliffe under the guise of Black & Brown producing several singles, including 'Lick it' on Bush Records.
Since 1996 he has collaborated extensively with Ben Tisdall as Sound Associates, producing for labels such as Music Man Belgium, Tortured Records and Missile Records in the UK. He has recently been working on his own material due out on Eukatech Records.
Daz is currently engaged on his new record label "Resident Records" together with Richard Dearlove, otherwise known as Diddy, who produced the single "Give me love", on Positiva Records.
He rocks Fabric in London every Sunday night on the infamous DTMP-nights and travels extensively around Europe. He's also behind the wheel of a very successful new gay-night in London called Megawoof.
Latest Remix news - Ultranate's new single Automatic has been remixed by Diddy & Daz and is currently number 1 in the USA Billboard Dance Play charts.
After more than a decade of dancing his way around the globe to the rhythm of house music, it was inevitable that Terry Vietheer's future passion was bound to play out on the other side of the decks. Fast-forward four years into his career to find Terry playing his sound around the world.
Terry Vietheer played his first gig in 05 to a few hundred people at a small bar in Sydney. As his reputation began to build for his energetic sets, Terry was soon to be playing Sydney's leading bars, clubs and parties imprinting his sound to the thousands.
During the summer of 06, Terry Vietheer joined John Course, Goodwill, Tommy Trash and Alan Thompson as part of the Ministry of Sound ‘Sessions' and ‘Housexy' tour. These parties were followed by Terry playing the Hed Kandi annual tour which had Australia's #1 music website, inthemix.com.au, affirm Terry has a great future ahead of him.
In 07, Australia's biggest nightclub, Home, recruited Terry Vietheer as their resident for their 2000 + legendary circuit party.His "hands in the air" closing sets on the terrance became a Highlight while supporting some of the worlds leading artists such as Peter Rauhofer and Offer Nissin.
A new chapter started for Terry in 08 as he relocated to London. Terry's first UK residency kicked off with Pasha's ‘Funky4love'. This high-octane music event lead by Hagenaar & Albrecht (Big Love / Nocturnal Groove), in notorious for hosting lavish and memorable parties around the world showcasing the latest in house music.
Terry's second UK residency lured him to the world famous club, Heaven. Voted as one of the top 100 clubs in the world by djmag.com, his weekly Monday residency is where he flaunts his style of house music to the dedicated clubbers of London alongside Gordon John, Ariel and Lisa German. Outside of the UK, Terry has spent time abroad playing sets in Italy (Amnesia, Skylight, Magazzini Generali), Russia (The Honey Club), Switzerland (Jim) and Spain (Razzmatazz).09 sees Terry Vietheer collaborate with close friend Per QX on their debut track ‘Old School, Nu School'.
Ready in time for the 2009 Winter Music Conference in Miami, the track found its way into the trust hands of Tom Stephan (Superchumbo) and Roger Sanchez that lead to the Exclusive signing on Stealth Records and featured on‘Roger Sanchez presents Release Yourself Vol 8'.
Brighton's new man of the moment has made a huge impact on the club scene following the town's massive "Pride" weekend last year! Jon can really mix and has passion about his music that his dance floors can't fail to notice. He is a rising star who can't be missed!!
Jon first got into DJing off the back of the rave scene but had started out making mixed tapes when he was 8 years old from tracks off the radio to give out to his mates. Mixing had always come easily to him, and Jon's first job in the music business was helping set up a community radio station in Brighton where he also co-hosted and produced the first gay Breakfast Show, Up and Out. As soon as he decided to start DJ-ing Jon got his first gig at the end of that week in a local pub in Brighton and things really took off from there.
In his four years in the music business Jon has achieved much, spinning his energetic musical mix of dirty, forward-thinking, cheeky, and uplifting progressive, techno, electro, tech house, and house at well-known clubs such as Ministry of Sound, Digital, The Arches, Coalition, Fire, Area, The Honey Club, Barcode in both Soho & Vauxhall, The Eagle, The Ocean Rooms, as well as a few choice spots in Ibiza.
Jon has worked with many of the major clubs in the gay and straight scenes including The Gallery, Wild Fruit, Rebel, DePutaMadre, Licked, Trade, Matinee, Beachdown Festival, Brighton Pride, Soho Pride, London Pride, Beyond and now Tabloid.
He has recently started producing tracks as well, and played the first one in the Wild Fruit tent at Brighton Pride this year. "Seeing 5000 odd people going nuts to something I made was just the most amazing feeling of my life!" says Jon, whom we're sure to be hearing a lot more from.
Brighton-based he has worked alongside many incredible UK and international house DJ/Producers including The Freemasons, Tall Paul, Fergie, Seamus Haji, Stonebridge, Out of Office, Prok and Fitch, Caged Baby, Sneaky Soundsystem, Arno Cost, Timo Mass and Norman Doray.
Max Sanna started his career as a music producer back in 2000, with come underground techno productions on Wicked Records (Italy).
He then teamed up with Francesco Giovannini and the Soulcast duo was born.
Since then he released many singles with his Italian studio partner, under the names of Lovemakers and Soulcast, which repeatedly topped the charts in the whole of Europe and got licensed all around the world.
Among the most successful productions we can name "Lovemakers - This Feeling", "Soulcast - Someone Like Me", and many remixes for major artists such as Ultra Nate, Jody Watley, P Diddy, etc.
Back in 2007 he moved to London, and immediately teamed up with his good friend Steve Pitron.
This collaboration allowed them to release a number of credible remixes for some of the biggest names in the music industry (e.g. Kelly Rowland, Kylie, Sugababes, Florence + The Machine, Sam Sparro, Madcon, Taito Tikaro, Beyonce, Anastacia, Grace Jones, and many others), which got huge support from Pete Tong and Scott Mills (BBC Radio 1), Gaydar Radio, Kiss FM etc, and which topped the Music Week Club several times in a row.
Now Max Sanna continues his musical career with various collabs and Working as a solo artist and DJ.