A living legend in the US house scene since his cover of Isaac Hayes' Love Can't Turn Around made the Top 10 in 1986. Farley - aka Farley Funkin' Keith, and the 'The Godfather of House' - has been one of the most respected DJ's on the club scene over the last 20 years.
A complete pump meister with a mix of hard, funky trance. He built this reputation with Tidy Trax and has had slots at some of the top clubs both in the UK and on the continent. He will also be known to listeners of BBC Radio 1, as he regularly presents and mixes on the station's dance shows.
Every once in a while, a new face appears on the scene with the ability to once again inject the crowd with an unyielding hunger. At only 15, Larne native Chris Davis sneaked behind the decks and did just that. The secret of his skill didn't last for long when he displayed his talents at the 1998 Northern Ireland Mixing Championships and took third place. With the key firmly in the ignition and the engine roaring, nothing can stop this young master.