Funk, Hip Hop, Soul, House
Throughout his 15 year career Mr. Glass has fused the best of soul, jazz, funk and rare grooves with a connoisseur’s ear and passion that has helped build a reputation as a Sydney authority Dee-Jay. He spearheaded Sydney’s rare groove and funk revival in the early 90’s that took it from the warehouse scene and returned it to the nightclub dance floors. Simultaneously he introduced Australia to giant soul jazz greats like Roy Ayres & Lonnie Liston Smith and was the first promoter to present Norman Jay on his debut tour of 93. In doing so he forged a relationship with Norman that continues today as they play together every year he visits the Australian shores under the Good Times banner.
With his pedigree and taste, Mr. Glass brings a rare experience to every venue by executing a critical vibe that holds any room. In addition Mr. Glass comes equipped with an enviable, superb and eclectic musical collection. His adaptive style has found the spotlight from within the most audacious grand public events through to exclusive private & intimate celebrations.
Mr Glass has graced the stage with International names such as: Giles Peterson, Keb Darge, Norman Jay, Tom Thump, Greyboy, Jay Boogie, Regal, Karsten John, Roy Davis Jr. Mo Horizons, Crazy Penis, Sharon Jones & the Dapp Kings, Belleruche, ?uestlove, Cut Chemist, People Under the Stairs, Russ Dewbury, Elizabeth Troy, Lanu (from The Bamboos), Cookin on 3 Burners, Unabombers, Elliot Eastwick, Dimitri from Paris, Judge Jules, Pete Tong…… As well as being on the Bill with dozens more huge house DJ’s and internationals acts playing the side stages, back room, VIP bars and after parties.
Style Summary: Soul, Jazz, Funk, Disco, Boogie, Rare Groove, Latin, a little Exotica, some Hip-Hop, Ska, Dub and a touch of House. "If it’s soulful & funky I like it"