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Some event flyers from Wez G’s DJ work over the years.

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Shuffle DJ Academy

…has run at the following places: Duke of Edinburgh award scheme, Ogmoor-by-sea; Newport: Nash Pilot Project, Nash Pill homeless hostel, Maindee/Spytty Deaf Youth Club, Maindee Youth Club, Bettws Youth Club, Disability Arts, YMCA, Pill, Pill Youth Club, Alway Youth Club, Spencer Boys Club, Ringland, Maindee Festival, Freestyle Arts @ OTT, Bainswell community centre, The Gaer Youth Club, Malpas Youth Club, Rogerstone Youth Club, Somerton Youth Club, Moorland Park Youth Club Monmouthshire: Central Kafe, Chepstow; The Attic, Monmouth, Usk Youth Club, Caldicot Youth club, Monmouthshire council staff training centre, Hillstone Park In addition to these group sessions Shuffle have taught DJing on a one-to-one basis extensively, indeed setting many artists on their way to successful dj careers.

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Wez G DJ CV

Rock & Fountain, Penhow Set Sail with Shuffle boat parties Miss Moneypennys London: Ministry of Sound, Velvet Underground, The Cross, London Zoo, Turnmills, Plastic People, the Gardening Club, Bar Lorca-Stoke Newington (drum n’bass), The Sound Republic, Legends, The Clinic, Thirteen, Skinny Dipp@UCL, Easy J’s, The Little House, Connaught Hall, Ormonds, Hooked boat parties, The Crystal Ship, Rare FM Radio Birmingham: Bonds, The Church, Raymondo’s Canal Bristol: Lakota, Silent Peach, The Powerhouse, Cast, The Level, Moles, The Vaultz, Walton Castle, Byzantium, Bar Latino, Club Loco, Blue Mountain, The Old Fire Station, Cafe Blue, Po Na Na Cardiff: The Emporium, Elements, Q bar, Slug & Lettuce, The Howardian, GloBar, Cuba Club, Owain Glendower, Sub 29, Journeys, Callaghans, Dep Cult in the Bay Festival, Nettie’s fancy dress shop, Soda Bar Newport: The Cotton Club, V3, Annabels, Bah Rumbah, The Bunker, Langtons, The Arcade, OTT, Baltica, Jesters, Duffryn Community Festival, Maindee Community Festival, the Gallery, Mustang Sally’s, Newport City Radio Chepstow: Muts Nuts@The White Lion, Mathern Village Hall, Jimmy Deans, New Inn-Pwyllmerric Caldicot: The Haywain, The White Hart, The Galleon, The Pill House, Jordan’s, Caldicot Football Club, Undy Football Club, Ye Olde Tippling Philosopher, Dewstow Golf Club, Rogiet Hotel, Broome’s horse shows, The Severn View Club Other UK: Chuff Chuff, Shrewsbury Alter Ego @ The Lost Weekend, Nottingham 1 Love @ The Brunel rooms, Swindon In a field in Chippenham, Wiltshire The Winchester Arms, Taunton Kings Arms Hotel, Salisbury King’s bar, Lydney Disco Lites, Cinderford International: Klubb Ra @ Nefertiti, Goteborg, Sweden Kafe Publik, Goteborg, Sweden Tikisoft, Tahiti, French Polynesia Ceramic, Wanganui, New Zealand Da Tempo Radio Station, Paris, France KryKey Radio, San Francisco, CA, USA JNCBEST Radio, Kabul Afghanistan Dr House Music, Holland Cloob.fm, San Francisco, USA ItaliaNetwork, Italy ScoutLounge, Los Angeles, CA, USA

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Famous DJs who have worked with Wez G

  • Utah Saints

  • Tristan Bolitho

  • Tony DeVit

  • Tom Budden

  • Tom Bouthier

DJs and artists Wez G has directly worked with include: Paul Oakenfold, Danny Rampling, Nicky Holloway, Jim ‘Shaft ‘ Ryan, Judge Jules, John Kelly, Norman Jay MBE, Sister Bliss, Mark Moore, Sonique, Angel, Tom & Jerry Bouthier, Pete Tong, Tony DeVit, Jeremy Healy, Al Mackenzie (D:ream), K-Klass, Utah Saints, Altern-8, Lisa Loud, Norris da Boss Windross, DJ Nibc, Adrian & Mark Luvdup, Anthony Pappa, Chris Coco, Tom Budden, Andrew Galea, Grayson Shipley (Deepgroove) , Big Al, Sarah G, Tristan Bolitho, Mike Shawe

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My TopDeejays.com Ranking

I was thrilled to discover a new social website for DJs. topdeejays.com measures the ranking of DJs across the globe according to their fanbase on the internet. They formulate a score for each DJ according to his or her facebook, twitter, soundcloud, myspace, youtube and last.fm rankings. The charts can be broken down according to country, genre and individual social network. My new page there which shows my results is here. https://topdeejays.com/wez-g/ As you can see my current rankings are: Ranked 1155 in the World Ranked 268 in the UK Ranked 311 in House Ranked 60 in Chill Out Ranked 4938 Facebook Ranked 197 Twitter Ranked 1540 Soundcloud Ranked 5045 Youtube Myspace rankings as yet unavailable Ranked 3187 Last.fm I was quite chuffed with my overall scores. I’ll probably be boosted up a few spaces when my myspace score is included. I need to work on a few areas, like building up my Facebook Fanpage and also my Youtube subscribers. I’m going to keep track of my progress on this site. I think it’s a really useful tool and it’s also a great way of discovering new music and finding out what’s truly going on in the scene.

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Ten Foot Tahitian by Wez G

Ten Foot Tahitian by Wez G – broadcast on MPVSW1 6th Sep 2013 at 9pm This is a blast from the past. I recorded it in November 2005 though it contains tracks from much earlier. I named the mix after the massive waves that roll into Tahiti which lays claim to being the place where surfing began. It recreates part of the six hour set I did when I played at Tikisoft in Papeete, the capital of French Polynesia. It was a perfect day. The sun was shining. I went swimming with the sharks and stingrays in the morning and then got stuck into the island’s decks for a marathon set. The mix is summery and reflects the sounds of one of the earth’s best untouched paradises. House Music. It’s a global groove… 1.Late Night Alumni – Nothing Left to Say [Hed Kandi] 2.Hysterix – Talk to Me [Deconstruction] 3.Seelenluft feat. Michael Smith – Manila [Backyard Recordings] 4.Playgroup – Behind the Wheel (dj-kicks electroca$h mix) [Global Underground] 5.Desert – Moods [Stress] 6.Yello – To The Sea [Mercury] 7.Chemical Brothers – Hold Tight London [Freestyle Dust] 8.Adam Johnson – Four squares [Global Underground] 9.Paul Oakenfold – Southern Sun (Gabriel & Dresden mix) [Perfecto] 10.Leftfield featuring John Lydon – Open Up [Hard Hands] 11.Underworld – Dark and Long [Ministry of Sound] 12.Kelli Ali – Kids (Rui Da Silva remix) [One Little Indian] 13.Trafik feat. Rachel Lamb – Surrender [Global Underground] 14.Ultraviolet – Kites [Big Life] http://djwezg.com/djset24tenfoottahitian.html Wez G social media:http://twitter.com/wezghttp://facebook.com/djwezgshufflehttp://soundcloud.com/wezghttp://mixcloud.com/wezghttp://wezgradio.co.ukhttp://djwezg.com

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I am a Robot

Well – what next? In my trawling the web I cam across the idea of automatic trading. Out there on the market there were robots that automatically controlled your trading platform and bet using their signals on your account. They were offering amazing payouts, and you literally had to do nothing. Just sit back and relax and watch your money roll in. It sounded a bit too good to be true but this was a cake I wanted in on. I settled about the Binary Trading Robot from http://jvz8.com/c/134504/44001 It cost $47 with paypal and offered a 60 day money back guarantee if you weren’t satisfied. I had a good look and looking at the videos, it was clear that the site’s owner, Jerry Biener, had a huge profit showing in his trading account… Over a million dollars… I wanted in on the action. I started setting the product up and to do so had to sign up to a new trading platform using the site’s links. I would need to invest more money to set this thing going. I set up with Trader XP and deposited £200 which was matched by a £100 signup bonus. I am still waiting for the accounts to be linked so cannot start trading just yet with the robot. I will let you know how I progress with this. I have read mixed reviews on the net about robots with many claiming it is a scam but also there are stories of people turning good profits. I do hope it works.

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My First Trade

I discovered a broker pretty rapidly though my initial surfing and signed up with GlobalTrader365 http://globaltrader365.com A pleasant broker from that company over in the USA telephoned me almost immediately and I was pleased to hear that my initial deposit would be granted a 100% signup bonus. I had some spare funds in my bank account and decided to invest an intial $300 which is about £200. This was matched so I had $600 in my account to play around with. I was keen to get going so, having worked out how to proceed, I placed my first $25 trade. $25 is the minimum amount you can invest on a single trade. I picked that the EUR/USD would rise over a ten minute expiry and unfortunately it didn’t, but watching the moving graph undulate for ten minutes was great fun and instantly I was hooked. Two trades later, one on the USD/JAP going down and another on the EUR/USD going up and still I was without a win… Then it happened. I placed a call on the USD/JAP rather than the previous put and ten minutes later, it came in and I won $43 (including the $25 investment). I was thrilled and got carried away, putting 4 simultaneous trades with my winnings. One failed but 3 came in. I had branched out to USD/CHF which lost but two USD/JAP and one EUR/USD came in – I was now in profit. I realised that this scam email had truth in it. Before the weekend I would be $20000 richer and the bubbly would be on me! It gets very addictive, placing your first trades. A proper gambler’s rush. I got carried away and just following the trends on the graphs on the broker’s site seemed the easiest way to continue. It was either bearish (up) or bullish (down) or somewhere inbetween, a level horizontal line trend. I tried to avoid the ones with no definite trend, and also the ones which showed reversals from the trend. I figured these were no-gos. The sheer multitude of options available, different currency pairs, meant that by scanning around there was plenty of scope to find a big bull or bear on offer. I was winning one, losing one and my balance was creeping down and then I hit a losing streak. Six in a row, all losing. I remembered the advice about doubling up…

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Introduction to Krakatoa Trade

72 hours ago I opened a random email which at first I thought was just spam. It introduced me to Binary Trading. Binary Options Trading is a simple means of gambling on the stock market. You place simple bets over set expiry times for prices of a certain stock / currency pair / exchange to either rise (Call) or fall (Put). I did some basic research and within an hour or so began trading. I have thoroughly enjoyed the past three days and being a bit of an internet junkie, I decided to set up a blog-based website to record my activities. The aim of Krakatoa Trade is to provide me a diary of what I’ve been up to as I learn this new line of work. Also, I felt I would open it up to the public, to maybe educate and help people who might use this form of trading to line their own pockets. I’m sure it will be an adventure whatever the outcome. Your feedback is encouraged and any help you may be able to offer me in my quest for financial success would be very much obliged. Thanks. Enjoy Krakatoa Trade!

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Why Should I set up a radio station on the KryKey Premium network?

As a DJ, I love today’s internet era for music. It is possible to reach a global audience far easier than ever before and the opportunities for DJs are endless. I use a range of platforms to promote my music and I wish today to speak about internet radio and the fabulous opportunities offered by the new KryKey Premium network. I will compare and contrast the service with various competitors and prove to you that KryKey Premium (www.KryKeyPremium.com currently under an upgrade) is the ideal internet radio solution for you. I have been a member of the KryKey network for about four years, since its early days with the Pilot KryKey 1.0. I run several stations there. One is streaming my DJ mixes constantly and links into my main website. Another runs music for my artist management company, an essential tool in showcasing our music. I have another for my local community’s radio station, where we run regular live shows, with audience participation and phoneins. I find the KryKey platform easy to use and the fact it’s a free service is an added bonus. The customer support is second to none and I have been advised on everything needed to my satisfaction, from intricate webpage embedding, to radio programming and uploading music. One of the best aspects I have witnessed about KryKey’s service is the friendly community that has built up around radio station owners. There are several active groups and forums across the social networks, where radio hosts can mingle and get advice, share shows and promote their material. KryKey is a network with over 25000 radio stations across the world now and it is one of the largest web radio hosting sites available on the internet. You must understand that with such a high volume of stations with millions of listeners, it is very difficult to get customer service levels so high for a free service. The bosses at KryKey decided that they wanted to develop a new premium service, where radio station owners will be charged a small fee and get an overall better professional level of service for their radio stations. It was to separate the ‘wheat from the chaff’, to create a streamlined professional service, to the client’s benefit, for the more serious stations out there. KryKey Premium is an innovative solution and although still in its infancy, if you are serious about web radio,…

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