Glu Sound, the boss of Storm DJs and a main roster DJ, is a seasoned performer with a global following. Raised in Belgium, he was exposed to the underground techno sounds of Fuse and the trance and house from Illusion, Cherry Moon, and La Rocca. During his university years in the UK, he was further influenced by the progressive sounds of Sasha who hosted the famous Tyrant nights at Bomb club in Nottingham.
Glu Sound honed his craft playing at various gigs in Nottingham, warming up for the likes of Brandon Block, Alex P, and John Kelly. He was also featured in NME for his performance at a key festival during the 1999 solar eclipse. In 2001, one of his mixes caught the attention of Muzik Magazine, and he was listed in the same section as the respected James Zabiela.
With a weekly residency at the famous Gatehouse in Derby, Glu Sound played alongside greats such as DJ Gee from Ibiza’s Bora Bora. He was a resident at Canadian nightclubs on the west coast, including the legendary Tommy Africas, where he played alongside international talent including Roger Sanchez.
DJ Glu Sound has performed around the world, including at Bjork’s club Sirkus in Iceland, hosted his own night in North London, and played at the Epsom Derby live for the Queen. His most recent performance was alongside Jax Jones.
In terms of production work, Glu Sound has released “Mad Man” with Heckner, and has remixed tracks like Pojke’s “She Moves Through The Air” (recognised by NME), Yousef’s “Italo-Sleeze,” Blond:ish’s “Town Joker,” Dragonette’s “My Legs,” and Bass Kleph’s “Less Is More.”