UK music producer and DJ GuyMac has been gaining popularity on line-ups in London and throughout the south east of England. Both his music production and DJ sets are varied in their influences, which is a testament to his versatility.
With radio play on BBC Introducing and 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.
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 original releases over the next few months, with plenty more to follow throughout the year. You can check out his music here.
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