Graeme Lloyd

Graeme Lloyd Biography

A familiar name across the global clubbing scene Graeme Lloyd has in recent years had continuing success as both a DJ and Producer. As well as playing regularly for The Gallery at the Ministry of Sound, London, he’s played fall over the world in places like Russia, The Ukraine and China.

2010 was a real break through year for Graeme as a producer. Already a common name on many big club line ups as a DJ, Graeme found success on the production front with vocalist Lizzie Curious. His track Featuring Lizzie’s vocals was featured on Pete Tongs essential selection when Faithless aired their first essential mix in a number of years. Sister Bliss picked the track as one of her essential new tunes and the track, 'New World Translation', was featured in their Radio One mix.

'New World Translation' hit the UK Buzz chart at number 17 and the Music Week upfront club chart at 12. Once released on New York label Kult the track hit a high-point of number 2 on the Trackitdown house chart and stayed in the top 10 for over 4 weeks.

The follow up ‘Two Left Feet’ was just as successful again with Lizzie’s vocals and stamping Graeme’s big room house sound onto many club dancefloors and top DJs sets. The track hit the US dance chart at 49, the UK Buzz chart at 20 and the UK dance chart at 13. Again released on Kult Recordings, Two Left feet went to number 8 on Trackitdown and also featured for a number of weeks in the Beatport Chart.

2011 Graeme has followed up in a similar style, this time with a huge remix of Kirsty Hawkshaw’s Fine Day. Originally a hit for Kirsty and Opus 3 in the 90′s, Graeme’s remix has been featured in Trackitdowns Top 10 for 5 weeks hitting a high spot of number 4.  With his remix of Made By Monkey’s track ‘Euphoria hitting the top 10 at the same time, Graeme had 2 tracks in the top 10 downloads chart at the same time.

All of this success got him noticed on a bigger level with big name DJs like Matt Darey asking Graeme to remix Chasing The Sun which was released on Nocturnal last summer.

Recently inbetween regular gigs at Ministry and in Kiev at the cities biggest club Crystal Hall Graeme has been busy in the studio, working with Marcella Woods, Max C and again with Lizzie Curious on new material due out this summer.

Graeme’s most recent release was a huge hit at the Miami Music Conference with some big names dropping Graeme Lloyd Feat Max C ‘Gimmie Watcha Got’. The track hit a high of number 2 on Beatport in March this year and is available on U.S label Peak Hour. Further release are due out this summer including a collaboration with Marcella Woods called ‘Lifted me up’. Graeme will be DJing at Ministry Of Sounds 21st birthday party in September, a night not to be missed.

Check out Graeme's latest release