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Deli’s hard work and dedication to the music he loves continues to capture magical musical moments; entertains and always leaves you with a smile.
Deli-G is an internationally renowned and respected DJ who is a legend in the making and someone who lets his music speak for itself. Deli continues to shine a light on the dance floor and airwaves ensuring that the legacy of House music continues long after the last person has left the dance floor.

BAD Radio & BAD Parties

The Love Inn Bristol, United Kingdom bs13qy. Deli-G helped start one of Bristol’s hottest pirate radio stations (B.A.D. Radio)!
B.A.D stood for Bristol’s Amalgamated DJs and was the first West Indian / Black music pirate station in Bristol broadcasting between 1987-89 on 105.2 FM. November of 2014; the B.A.D. parties with his buddies D.J. Lynx and Mike Shawe from "Hot Buttered Soul" are hot events taking us back to the 80's hip hop, boogie 80's street soul held at Bristol's hot spot The Love Inn.
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Roasted House & Garage

In August 2004 Deli roles out the Roasted parties where U.K.G (UK Garage) meets US House with his long-time friend Ben Daley at various venues around the city.
A forever popular night where the music and people are one. Deli’s and Ben’s brand ‘Roasted’ were renowned for throwing down the heaviest parties on a Sunday night, boasting a Hall of Fame style line up of legendary artists such as: Kerri Chandler, Robert Owens and Danny Rampling to name but a few. To this day Deli is still promoting / hosting a series of packed out parties in the south west of the UK.

True Definition

Of the house the house that jack built - January of 2017 and True Definition branded parties are a night for all thing’s vinyl from disco to house music at the popular Bristol destination Queens Head.
In May of the same year; Roots of House brand began and is a night where we take the crowd a musical journey history of house music. Again, with the almighty Sean McCabe (Good Vibrations Music) and now with Alex Dinham from Boogie Cafe Records on board these parties are at The Crofters Rights Bristol.

Good Vibrations

Deli has continued to spread the gospel of real house music and by linking up with former ‘Roasted’ partner in crime DJ Ben Daley and notorious God Son of Soulful House, DJ and Producer Sean McCabe. Collectively formed the Bristol based basis of the Good Vibrations parties.
With DJ royalty such as: Joey Negro, CJ Mackintosh, The Legendary Late Great Paul Trouble Anderson and Kenny Dope all topping the bill. Good Vibrations parties saw the return of a by gone era of true house music for real music lovers. Playing latest soulful dance grooves with one the UK's hottest producers Sean McCabe’s digital sessions at The Plough Inn Bristol to this day.


Future of House - Mid 2006 – 2011 with his ground-breaking logic, a keen ear for a banger, tireless pursuit of the next party to rock and brand to build. Deli had stayed ahead of the curve introducing 1000’s of people to new phonic experiences.
However, the times were changing, CDs were out, and online downloads were and still are the new way of connecting with your favourite sounds and Deli with his finger firmly on the pulse once again recognises the change. His friend Brian Tappert (Jazz ’n’ Groove) who he originally met at The New Music Seminar in New York and who is the co-founder/owner of Traxsource; approached Deli bringing his trail blazing broadcasting style to connect with a solely digital audience, he was given his own digital download show “The Future of House” and with his ambition and drive, it syndicated to a worldwide audience.
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BcFM Radio

BCFM promote social cohesion and well-being by providing an engaging and challenging radio experience. We use a mix of talk and music shows to inform, educate and entertain diverse and under-represented target audiences.
Bristol’s 1st Community Radio Station. On 93.2FM, DAB, the BCfm App and Online More than 100,000 weekly listeners. Over 20,000 ‘Listen Again’ monthly at BCfmRadio.com. Up to 20,000 followers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Awards.

• National Community Radio Awards ‘Best Community Radio Show - Bronze’ (2018)
• ShoutOut (LGBT) Listeners Awards 'Best Community Radio Show' (2017)
• Sony Gold Radio Academy 'Best Small Station in the South West Award' (2012 + 2014)
• VOSCUR 'Improving Lives Award for BAME Communities' (2013)
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The Touch

Deli-G is the creator of the well-known radio show ‘The Touch’ one of the most cutting edge and longest running mix shows in the UK to date and well respected worldwide.

Deli’s music mix show “The Touch” was launched in 1991 and this gave him 100% control of the music on the new ‘Galaxy’ 97.2fm show based in Bristol (which was predominantly an urban and dance music radio station). With the original contract stating 6 months when it expired; ‘Galaxy’ decided to keep the programme.

A year later Deli along with Galaxy took his talents to the ‘New Music Seminar’ in New York to meet some of the people whose music he had been playing on his shows. This was the door opening and the start of new long-lasting friendships with people who would help open up new horizons for the ‘Galaxy’ brand.

By the end of 1993 all the major players in the dance scene like the late great Frankie Knuckles, Masters at Work, Marshall Jefferson, Roger Sanchez, Farley "Jackmaster" Funk amongst others were all playing guest spots on Deli’s own show. Whilst still playing a major role in the UK club scene Deli scored a land mark tour of South Africa with ‘Lakota’ night club where he performed various live show broadcasts with South Africa’s Metro FM and 5FM along with Danny Rampling from BBC Radio 1, who were of course at the time among the earliest European DJ’s playing in South Africa.
He had guests from one of the most world-famous nightclubs and one of the major players within the inner circle from the ‘Paradise Garage’ on his show along who was the owner of ‘Westend Records’ the late ‘Mel Cheren’. Both did a monthly feature bringing a bit of music history and culture to the show.

In 2002 Deli then brought us reports from New York, Chicago and the UK on the music scene relative to each country. He introduced monthly guest mixes from big players in the US House / Garage music including the talented Bobby & Steve, Paul Simpson, DJ Disciple and the late Boyd Jarvis.

2003 was hot to follow and another well-deserved recognition; Deli-G scooped up his second award for ‘BEST OVERSEAS RADIO’ in New York which was presented by ‘Undaground Archive.com’ a part of the ‘Billboard Summit’.

In August 2006 and after almost 16 years of broadcasting to the South West of the England & South Wales; and one of the longest running radio mix shows in the U.K. ever, listeners tuned in to hear ‘The Touch’ Show take its final broadcast on Vibe FM. The end of an incredible era for all.

After taking some much-needed time out; Deli-G returned in 2012, with another award-winning radio show on BCfm. Using the well-known analogy, 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it', ' The Touch' carried on with his tried and tested technique playing the best in upfront Soulful House, while dedicating the last hour to showcasing selected cuts, digging deep from 'The Touch Rewind' archives dating right back to 1991. With the advancement in technology and the wide spread availability of the internet, 'The Touch' Show is now connected to a worldwide music family and continues to welcome listeners from the heart of Bristol and all over the globe.
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