For DJ Sanjay, life has been one big party after he won the Times DJ War. The man loves his music - in fact, play a little Lounge or Chill-Out Trance, and he is a happy child. But he loves to play House, Club and Latino. He keeps himself posted on world-charts via a great DJ network, pals and a lot of bum-out time on the Internet.
He works on his remixes and loves to get the crowd dancing. Well, that's probably a hangover from his days as a dance choreographer. In point of fact, he believes that his aptitude for choreography gives him a real ear for music, and he credits a chance aquaintance with DJ Zamir (while he was a choreographer) for his brush with DJology.
Sanjay recommends a course in sound engineering for all the budding DJs. He quickly points out that the course also opens up avenues in cinema and theater.
Sanjay is quite a player (wink, wink). He has really been around (wink, wink). From Pyramids to Passport
, to Outswinger
and now to Ten Downing Street
, the man has scratched and looped all over the place. He still rocks private parties into abject surrender (Wink, wink... there's a problem with our eye. Or our mind. Hell, maybe both).