UK music producer and DJ GuyMac has been gaining popularity on line-ups in London. Both his music production and DJ sets are varied in their influences, which is a testament to his versatility.
With a Ministry of Sound debut, aged 18, in the 103 for Claptone’s first Masquerade ball event, GuyMac is one to watch. In a career span of just over 6 years, he is quickly gaining ground, both on the UK club scene and with his productions.
2016 is set to be a big year for GuyMac, following on from the momentum in 2015 where he played at a number of London’s legendary venues such as Ministry of Sound, Egg London, Fabric, Fire (Toolroom Live) and The Qube Project. Currently he upholds a monthly residency with NoExcuse Records at the highly established Egg London.
A determined and hard working artist, GuyMac’s career is fueled by a meticulous love of music and a noteworthy skill in keeping people dancing. Despite his youth, he’s already reading dance floors like a pro. Currently working hard in the studio, you can expect to be hearing GuyMac’s new music very soon. His first release to come, which is a collaboration with Emery Warman, has just been supported by Marco Carola at the 2016 Music On opening party at Amnesia.