Justin Robertson

Justin Robertson is one of the most recognised names in dance music, with a career spanning nearly thirty years. Starting out as a fresh faced DJ in the 1980’s Justin went on to hold residencies at some of the most celebrated clubs in the world, including Manchester’s legendary Hacienda, Cream in Liverpool & Bugged Out countrywide. Alongside an impressive DJ C.V, he has enjoyed a successful studio career, having remixed the likes of Bjork, Paul Weller & Noel Gallagher. Justin has also enjoyed success as an artist in his own right, even appearing on Top of the Pops with his band Lionrock.

Justin has more recently become something of a celebrated visual artist, with exhibitions from London to Stockholm receiving warm praise. 2016’s ‘Explorer’s Chronicle’ was a three-day festival of Philosophy, Art, Film, and Music, curated by Justin, which featured his art along with contributions from some of the UK’s most interesting thinkers and musicians. He has since showcased his work at London’s Art Car Boot Fair and Saatchi Gallery’s Other Art Fair.

Justin’s approach to DJing displays a healthy, focussed eclecticism. He is renowned for his versatility & adaptability to whatever is required as evidenced by the wide range of gigs he has played – be it the after party of Primal Scream or The Chemical Brothers, the launch of the European Design Festival in Milan, Bestival, Warehouse Project in Manchester or London’s Gagosian Gallery, Justin has the perfect musical pallet for the job.

His ‘Temple of Wonders’ radio show on Soho Radio, covers the world of sounds from psychedelia through Afro beat to reggae, and is one of the stations most popular shows. Justin can conjure up bespoke cerebral soundtracks for art happenings or cause dancefloor mayhem, all with a high quality guaranteed.

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