A bit about Natalie C...

If you've not heard of her yet, it won't be long before you do. Natalie C has recently gained much exposure from television, radio and magazines. She is is a hugely popular DJ on the London scene and her talents are finally being recognised around the globe. This is mainly down to her ability to play the right music to the right crowd. "My sound is never one particular thing. If I'm
playing to a room of around 150 people, I'll play intimate music. On the other hand if a large crowd of crazed clubbers are demanding to be moved, that's what I'll do". With over ten years of DJing experience under her belt it's hardly surprising that her blistering fusion of underground house and tech-funk sets dancefloors on fire.

Natalie was first spotted way back in 1995, by local promoters in her home county of Kent. To date she has supported the biggest names on the underground scene, among others Robert Owens, Terry Francis, Asad Rizvi and Nils Hess and impressed crowds at large UK venues such as Turnmills, The Rocket, Egg, The Sanctuary, and The Key; also clubs and events around the world including New York, Miami, Ibiza, Bulgaria, Austria, France, Jakarta, Bali and the UK's biggest music festival; Glastonbury. Currently she's a regular on the London underground circuit at parties like Kerfuffle, Wiggle, Peg and Sizzle.

More recently Natalie has been featured in iDJ magazine, her mix CD winning a slot in their talent competition. She also appeared in ITV's 'Joy of Dex' series and hosted a recent slot on London's top dance radio station Kiss 100 FM with Dave Mothersole.

'Open House' is Natalie's popular web show on pulseradio.net which has been rocking the internet since 2000. With the slogan 'Opening up house music' the show reflects Natalies unique and much-loved sound. Now into it's sixth year
it has an impressive back catalogue of guest DJs including: Nathan Coles, James Ruskin, DJ Linus, Rob Mello, Mark Broom, Mastik Soul, The Littlemen, Swag Records, with many more lined up for the future.

From a young age Natalie was playing musical instruments and having spent her life involved in music it was only a matter of time before she was to take things further. Inspired by the underground electronic music movements of the late 80s and early 90s she started collecting records, began mixing in 1995 and has since never looked back.

After making numerous appearances at local events since 1995 Natalie's skills really started making waves in 2000 when she began regular appearances at the early 'Teethout' parties around Kent and south London. After crossing the paths of many other big players on the scene things grew from there. "These parties were my first exposure to the hugely expanding tech-house scene. Up until then I'd been playing mostly funky and detroit techno." These day's you're more likely to hear quirky tech and underground house but don't be fooled, there's always a fresh surprise up her sleeve.

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