Society Resident

Jay Stone

 

Jay Stone is undoubtedly a DJ that has stood the test of time with a career spanning for over a decade around the UK and internationally across globe for, playing his unique mash up of all thing house.

Jay is renowned for his fresh and creative style of play, and best describes his style as “Funky, Uplifting, Dirty and Delightful”. His energetic and charismatic presence behind the decks is something which has been noticed across the board, not to mention his unpredictable, exciting approach to mixing and phenomenal technical ability.

“I love being creative with my tunes, Mixing, cutting and scratching my way through my sets whilst getting the crowd hyped up to the max”, something which has gained him major recognition and earned him bookings alongside the likes of Afrojack, Eric Prydz (Pryda), Carl Cox, Axwell, Ingrosso, David guetta, Zane Lowe, Bodyrox, The Cut up Boys, Judge Jules, D.Ramirez, X-Press 2, Brandon Block, The Freemasons & more!

Jay’s music style has changed over the years with him now captivating dance floors with his unique blend of tech, Deep House, Garage and EDM earning him the chance to play in some of the world’s best clubs, bars and festivals worldwide!


Jay has held residencies and played in such clubs as Pacha, Amnesia, Space, Es paradis, Eden and many more as well as gracing shores across the globe holding residencies and playing DJ sets in some of the biggest clubs and countries in the world, Including Ibiza, Russia, Egypt, China….

The dance market has changed a lot since Jay started, but one thing remains the same, people still want to go out and have a good time. "People love music, make no mistake about that, whether and how they buy it right now is one thing, but people still want to party...it's our job to come up with new parties, new nights, new venues, new themes to keep the scene fresh and exciting." says Jay.

In the meantime, the ever-active Jay still sees his vocation as he did when he started out, playing his and other people's records to get an audience dancing. "We need to constantly remember why people want to come to clubs - which is simply to have a great time and feel the music." With Jay behind the decks, there's little worry of failure on that score.