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

Deli G’s love of music began at a very early age but it wasn’t until he returned back to the UK after a number of years in Jamaica that his career really began to take off. In 1985 he involved himself in the Bristol music scene playing various parties with ‘The Wild Bunch Crew’ (now known as the world famous ‘Massive Attack’) he also played at the Moon club (now another super club called ‘Lakota’) and the long running and ever popular ‘Thekla’ boat nightclub.

In 1987 he got involved with one of Bristol’s hottest pirate radio stations (B.A.D. Radio)
playing a wide range of American dance music.

Deli G took his radio show to bigger and better things and started his own club night at the Players Night club in Bath along with his close friend D.J Lynx (from another famous collaboration known as Smith & Mighty Productions) and this is where
Deli G really started to make a name for himself.

In 1990 a group of regular clubbers who happened to work for BBC Bristol approached
Deli G about a new legal radio station ( to see if he would be interested in running a show with them and so his radio career began alongside his club nights.

In 1991 Deli started his own dance music mix show “The Touch” which also gave him 100% music control on the new ‘Galaxy 97.2fm’ show based in Bristol, which was predominantly a urban and dance music radio group.

After 1 year on ‘Galaxy Radio’ Deli took his talents to the ‘New Music Seminar’ in New York to meet some of the people who’s music he had been playing on his shows. This was to become the start of some very good friendships with many people in the music industry who helped put the ‘Galaxy’ specialist brand name on the music map.

By the end of 1993 all the major players in the dance scene like Frankie Knuckles, Masters at Work, Marshall Jefferson and Roger Sanchez were all playing guest spots on Deli G’s show.

Deli G whilst still playing a mayor role in the UK club scene did a land mark tour of South Africa with the ‘Lakota night club’ where Deli G did various live show broadcasts with South Africa’s ‘Radio 5fm’ along with Danny Rampling (BBC Radio 1).

Throughout the 1990’s Deli G developed his style of music and taste towards the lovers of American dance music by introducing more US features on his radio shows.

1995 he did his first of two music compilations, one for ‘Distance Music’ called “House Proud Volume 2” and second in 2001 for ‘Slip’n’Slide’ called “Hallelujah”.

In the year 2000 Deli G won an award for BEST OVERSEAS RADIO SHOW, presented by The Dirty Dozen awards at the ‘Miami Winter Music Conference’. He was given joint first with Danny Rampling (BBC Radio1)

toward the end of the year 2000 Deli G added some of the true legends of dance music to his show including the creator of the 12”inch record ‘Tom Moulton’. He also had guests from one of the world famous nightclubs ‘Paradise Garage’ on his show and the owner of ‘Westend Records’ ‘Mel Cheren’ to do monthly features and bring some history to the show.

In 2002 he brought into his shows reports from New York, Chicago and the UK on the music scene relative to each Country. Deli G also introduced monthly guest mixes from big players in the US House / Garage music including Bobby & Steve, Paul Simpson, DJ Disciple and Boyd Jarvis.

In August 2006 after almost 16 years of broadcasting to the South West & South Wales one of longest running radio mix shows in the U.K. The Touch did its final broadcast on Vibe FM.

October 2006-2009 one of the main players of the digital download stores(Traxsource) approach Deli to host their radio show "The Future of House"

After taking some much needed time out Deli returned back in 2012 with his award winning show radio show The Touch on BCfm. The first hour playing the latest pro
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