I’m John D. and I run One More Tune DJs. I have DJ’d at parties, weddings and industry events all over the UK, Europe and North America, at T in the Park, at London’s KOKO, and between 2003 and 2012 at my own club night in Glasgow called “Pin Up Nights” at venues including the Flying Duck, The Woodside Social Club and The Arches. I’ve written a book called “Retired Teenagers” all about it.
I’m comfortable playing pretty much any genre of popular music you can think of. You can give me a huge pile of your favourite songs for me to put into an order that I guarantee will work. You can give me a partial playlist, some suggestions, or just rely on my judgement and experience of keeping dancefloors busy. One More Tune DJs is rated 5 stars out of 5 on Facebook and Google.
– The National – Florence Welch (Florence & the Machine) – Stephen Street (producer of The Smiths and “Fifth Blur”) – Tony Wilson (legendary founder of Factory Records) – Super Furry Animals – Alex James (Blur) – Rick Witter (Shed 7) – Brett Anderson (Suede) – Ian Parton (The Go! Team) – Mystery Jets – Terry Hall (The Specials) – Barry Hyde (The Futureheads) – Art Brut – The Pipettes – Patrick Wolf – Mogwai – Friendly Fires – Late of the Pier – Camera Obscura – Queenz of Noise – Victoria Bergsman (The Concretes) – Emma Pollock (The Delgados) – Emmay-Kate and Marie Du Santiago (Kenickie) – Justin Currie (Del Amitri) – Mike Fielding (The Mighty Boosh) – Bombay Bicycle Club – Angelos Epithemiou (Shooting Stars) – Paul Thomson (Franz Ferdinand) – Carl Barat (The Libertines) – Adele and Scott (Sons and Daughters) – James and Dok (The Twilight Sad and Chvrches) – Aidan Moffat (Arab Strap) – Frank McAvennie (top goalscorer in the English Premiership Season 1986/87) – Andy Monaghan (Frightened Rabbit) – Everything Everything
The Twilight Sad – Wild Beasts – MGMT – Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (Greco Roman) – Glasvegas – Miaoux Miaoux (now a member of Franz Ferdinand)
– P.S. we wanted to call ourselves Scary Monsters DJs but everybody said that was rubbish.
One More Tune DJs is less obscure, plus when people shout “One More Tune” at the end of the night, it sounds like they are cheering for us!