Tony English

Club: Seen as one of London’s hottest DJ’s with a history spanning over 15 years residing at some of London’s best clubs.

Tony English is the resident for the UK’s biggest gay super brand Beyond. He also plays for the Matinee Group, WE Party and SupermartXe; he’s also the resident for Heaven nightclub and East London’s hottest joint – the Hoxton Pony. All of this in addition to playing at the most established clubs festivals across the globe. All of this accompanied by his first mix album signed to Ministry of Sound.

Tony English began his career in 1998 after securing dates London’s elite super clubs Hanover Grand, Bagley’s and Club UK which then led onto Pacha, The EGG, The End and Turnmills. In 2001 Tony English was catapulted into the spotlight with a residency at Ministry of Sound. He departed the infamous home of London’s Mecca venue before being picked up by Ibiza super brand Azuli. Tony was then set up as main room resident at London’s most treasured nightclub ‘The Cross’ alongside label boss David Piccioni. It was here that his Tony English’s name went nationwide rocking a 1500 capacity alongside Deadmau5, Danny Rampling, Joe T Vanelli, Norman Jay MBE, ATFC, Laidback Luke, The Cube Guys, Tom Novy, Dirty South – the list goes on. The Cross-officially closed its doors at the end of 2007 so club Azuli moved to Pacha for a further 2 years; during this time also featured for a summer season at Space (Ibiza).

During this time Tony English signed up to the legendary clubbing brand Pushca. He then began playing at bespoke venues from castles to the monarchies wine cellar across the UK, Ibiza, Malta, Ireland touring across South East Asia and much more. It was this time he also signed up to gay super brand Lovechild which set up residency at Fire Nightclub then onto Pacha and Pulse. Tony then flew the International flag across many countries including the UK, Scotland, Belgium, Amsterdam, Italy, Russia, Turkey, Australia, Turkey, France and more. In 2008 Tony English then joined forces with Spanish super brand SuperMartXe held at the Coronet theatre then on Brixton O2 Academy and Electric Brixton rocking dance floors from 2000 – 5000 attendees. This then led to Tony signing up with Orange Nation who he currently resides as a resident for Beyond at Fire Nightclub and Ministry of Sound in addition to touring the globe for this super brand.

In addition to his busy residencies, Tony continues to play at dates across the globe for  International club brands such as Circuit Festival, Gay Prides (Tel Aviv, London, Brighton, Birmingham, Manchester, Australia, Madrid), La Demance, HustlaBall, Muccasassina and the list goes on including Australia’s Mardi Gras.

Radio: Tony English started in radio in the early era of London’s pirate’s radio and was given his first break in 1999 sharing airspace alongside Paul Oakenfold on Interface. In 2000 Tony then moved onto pirate radio station HouseFM and was here where he began his flagship ‘Saturday Night’ radio show. Tony changed the face of pirate radio being joined by dance music’s leading stars such as the Swedish House Mafia, Roger Sanchez, Frankie Knuckles, Hernan Cattaneo, Peter Rauhofer, Bob Sinclar and the list goes on.

At the start of 2010 Tony English was signed up to Gaydar Radio, which he spent 3 years playing on the worlds biggest LGBT radio station. Joined every week by the world’s biggest and best DJ’s developing Saturday night as the essential soundtrack to the weekend! Championed by many as London’s most listened to Saturday night radio show listened to by millions. In 2014 Tony re-joined the UK airwaves to recapitulate the Saturday pre party where he can be found presenting the Orange Nation Radio Show on Gaydio.

Studio: This is an area that Tony is thoroughly concentrating on and over the past 12 months has had a string of official remixes out and licensed to a number of Ibiza compilations. He’s also producing a dark undertone of Techno under his guise, Antonio Monero. With a a catalogue of releases to come with some of dance musics biggest vocalists – it’s time the English imprint is brought to the forefront