Phil Marriott is GuySpy’s Electronic Music Guyd, and he sure knows his stuff. For the last five years, Phil was the evening show presenter on GaydarRadio, where he was also Head Of Music. Working as a DJ, radio presenter and writer for over fifteen years, Phil continues to play internationally, across London (currently at Manbar, Kazbar and Tonker) and throughout the UK.
Phil was a Freelance Music Journalist for entertainment weekly, Footloose Magazine, as well as glossy entertainment monthlies, Splash and South Central, writing music reviews and features, including interviews with artists such as Dubstar, Skunk Anansie, Suede, Utah Saints and Republica. Phil's recent DJ work has seen him play for XXL, Onyx, Beartrap and SupermartXe (London) and The Dragon (Dublin). He also supported the legendary Tiesto at London’s Victoria Park in 2010.
Luciana ‘U B The Bass’ (Radio Edit), Ministry Of Sound I will never forget the first time I discovered Luciana. I was watching a music video called ‘Yeah Yeah’ by dance producers Bodyrox. The track reached No. 2 in November 2006 and was pipped to the post by Fedde Le Grand’s ‘Put Your Hands Up For
Single Review by Electronic Music Guyd, Phil Marriott The next time you hear music cynics scoffing at the fact that songwriting isn’t what it used to be, or that bands don’t generate a feeling of excitement or euphoria anymore, do them a favour and point them in the direction of The Good Natured. Fronted by
GuySpy’s Electronic Music Guyd Phil Marriott talks to James Wiltshire of Freemasons (pictured, above left) If you’ve been clubbing since 2005, then chances are you would have heard at least one of their musical creations – one of their own productions stamped with a vocal from Amanda Wilson, Bailey Tzuke or Sophie Ellis-Bextor – or
Electronic Music Guyd, Phil Marriott talks to Katherine Ellis, vocalist supreme of the Freemasons… Katherine Ellis is one of the most respected and versatile vocalists and topline writers in the industry today, who along with Freemasons, scored a UK top 40 hit with ‘When You Touch Me’ back in 2008. Freemasons – aka James Wiltshire and