Graham Brand

London, UK

Graham started playing around 15 years ago, for independent nights in venues such as Corsica Studios and the old Rhythm Factory in Whitechapel. He was part of a collective of DJs and Producers based between Bristol and London that played across the South of England. In his spare time he also liked to put on regular parties in the woods with like-minded people, who became his life-long friends.
Graham’s musical taste crosses many genres, his early DJ career was largely based on Jungle and Drum n’ Bass. It wasn’t until he became a regular at The End - from 2006 - that Graham immersed himself in the House and Techno scene. This sparked an obsession from Tech-House to Detroit Techno (and everything in-between). His style has evolved across many genres and this is reflected in his individual sound, and his ability to fill his sets with unexpected magic!
Rather than a DJ, Graham can best be described as a musical researcher. He will discover a new artist or sound and then he digs, and digs. He goes through back catalogues searching for unique styles, broadening his knowledge and widening his musical spectrum so he can create more twists, turns and surprises in the mix.
His influences range from Amon Tobin through to Jeff Mills, James Ruskin, Ben Sims and Murf. But this list is not exhaustive as he keeps on discovering, that is why he sounds so fresh.
Fast forward to March 2020, the lockdown began. Graham and his partner-in-crime decided that they wanted to create a space to virtually hang out with friends and listen to music. Skype and Zoom did not make the cut, Graham came up with the idea of an online Radio station and thus Lockdown Radio was born! Graham teamed up with his old friend MAN2.0 and the rest is history.

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Graham started playing around 15 years ago, for independent nights in venues such as Corsica Studios and the old Rhythm Factory in Whitechapel. He was part of a collective of DJs and Producers based between Bristol and London that played across the South of England. In his spare time he also liked to put on regular parties in the woods with like-minded people, who became his life-long friends.
Graham’s musical taste crosses many genres, his early DJ career was largely based on Jungle and Drum n’ Bass. It wasn’t until he became a regular at The End - from 2006 - that Graham immersed himself in the House and Techno scene. This sparked an obsession from Tech-House to Detroit Techno (and everything in-between). His style has evolved across many genres and this is reflected in his individual sound, and his ability to fill his sets with unexpected magic!
Rather than a DJ, Graham can best be described as a musical researcher. He will discover a new artist or sound and then he digs, and digs. He goes through back catalogues searching for unique styles, broadening his knowledge and widening his musical spectrum so he can create more twists, turns and surprises in the mix.
His influences range from Amon Tobin through to Jeff Mills, James Ruskin, Ben Sims and Murf. But this list is not exhaustive as he keeps on discovering, that is why he sounds so fresh.
Fast forward to March 2020, the lockdown began. Graham and his partner-in-crime decided that they wanted to create a space to virtually hang out with friends and listen to music. Skype and Zoom did not make the cut, Graham came up with the idea of an online Radio station and thus Lockdown Radio was born! Graham teamed up with his old friend MAN2.0 and the rest is history.

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