Gscene Magazine DJ of the month: Steve Lush

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Well it doesn’t seem like five minutes ago that the Christmas decorations were being shoved back into the loft and those new years resolutions had already been broken. Now it’s only blooming February, the month of love! This month I have a a chat with a relatively recently returned DJ who is bound to set the hearts a flutter as his cheery tunes lead to amour on the dancefloor. Pass him a naughty ice cream and you may even get to see him wiggling along with the rest of you!!!

Hello! What is your DJ name? Well hello….I’m simply known as Steve Lush DJ!!!

Where can we see you playing these days? I’ve just returned to the UK having lived in the Far East for the past four years and am now back at Legends Basement Club on Friday nights at Glitter. There will be another residency to be confirmed in the very near future……..

How would you describe your djing style? Commercial and uplifting with a happy feel.

What’s your favourite song of all time? Without hesitation, Giorgio Moroder and Philip Oakey’s Together In Electric Dreams

Which tune always fills up (or rescues) your dancefloor? I’m Every Woman by Chaka Khan (dance remix).

What would be your ultimate dream gig? Having been on an Atlantis Mediterranean Gay Cruise, I would love to DJ at their 80’s/pop-themed night on the main deck!

Name a tune you wish you’d never played? I don’t have a song but more a group!!! So ANYTHING by Scooch – we’d already had Steps and S Club 7 so we didn’t need anyone else coming on the bandwagon trying to mimic them.

Guilty pleasure? Vanilla ice cream topped with Baileys.

What’s been your best ever gig? I was once asked to DJ at a private birthday party for one of the SAW (Stock Aitken Waterman) boys on their private estate… Nearly every famous name that had signed to their label was at the party. The theme was “back to school” and everyone was in school uniforms!!

Tell us a secret! I don’t actually like dancing myself – in fact I have very rarely been seen dancing! However love DJing and being able to control the mood on a dance floor through the music I play.

Steve Lush Fab Feb Five

Jason Derulo Get Ugly (Westfunk Club mix) Warner Brothers

Craig David and Big Narstie When The Bassline Drops (Todd Terry remix) Insanity Records

Coldplay Adventure Of A Lifetime (Dance remix) White Label

Florence & The Machine Delilah (Galantis remix) Island

Adele Hello (Cosmic Dawn remix) White Label

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Wildblood and Queenie are exactly what it says on the tin. (Almost.) DJs, freelance journalists, cartoonist and queer writer who likes to wiggle, campaign and disco. Like they do.

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