Queenie B meets Tony B

As autumn pokes it’s head around the corner, it’s time to get your wiggle on with the fabulous Tony B……

Hello Tony, how are you? I’m great, thanks! After a turbulent year things are all really positive at the moment!


It’s been ages since we talked so please remind us where we can catch you playing? I’m in Doctor Brighton’s every Saturday except once each month where I am in Charles St.


Are there any new projects in your life? I’ve started working in partnership with Decadance promoting some new nights.

What kind of music are you playing these days? I’m still a crowd DJ playing familiar and loved tracks and more recently I find myself including deeper and funkier sounds in my set.

Always a tricky question, but what’s your favourite song of all time? That is a tricky question however I always loved Everyday by Agnelli and Nelson and with some more recent electro and deeper remixes, I’m happy to still say that as its standing the test of time with me!

Which tune always fills up (or rescues) your dancefloor? Currently that’s Who Is He? by Alai & Gallo feat. Kevin Haden, it’s such a funky, uplifting tune, I always see loads of people Shazamming it when it’s on!  Although someone should tell them you don’t have to hold your phone in the air towards the speaker to Shazam a song! J

What’s so good about playing in Brighton? Brighton’s diversity!  Every night brings such a variety of characters and sights, you never know what you’re going to get, and that includes the regulars! I can honestly say DJing in this city makes me prouder to be Brighton born and bred!

What would be your ultimate dream place to DJ and what’s been your favourite ever gig? On the terrace at Space in Ibiza! My favourite was the Love Muscle birthday night at the Fridge in Brixton, 2000 people with their hands in the air is a feeling that’s hard to top!

Name a tune you wish you’d never played ? Now that’s the hardest question of them all!  I think every DJ can remember the regret songs, they happen to us all now and again….. Once I made a massive mistake though. I was queuing up a tune I can’t remember, and setting up a loop in my headphones whilst an act was on the stage. I didn’t realise the fader was up and it could be heard over the top of her singing – she had to come over and whack my arm! Oops!

Describe yourself in three words…A big kid!

Tony B’s October Five

Kungs vs Cookin’ On 3 Burners This Girl (Tony B Fabich Remix) Digital Distribution

Offaiah Trouble (Club Mix) Positiva

Martin Solveig, Tkay Maidza Do It Right (Club Mix) Virgin EMI

Andrey Exx The Man With The Red Face (Original Mix) Attractive Music

Babert Think (About It) (Original Mix) Disco Revenge

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