The story so far....
At 26 and with a career spanning 8 years there's not much Leeds based DJ & Love Not Money Records owner Luke Pompey hasn't already achieved. He graced the decks at Ibizan super club Cream Amnesia at just 18 years old then 2 years later supported Tiesto when Galaxy FM invited him to play Privilege. He's played to crowds in excess of 5000+ alongside nearly every big DJ on the planet and had his productions supported by the likes of Erick Morillo, Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, Soul Clap and Pete Tong who featured his both his remix of Dennis Ferrer's "Hey Hey" and Real Nice & Cubiq's 'Had Enough' on the Radio 1 essential selection.
Residing in Leeds, home to the UK's most vibrant clubbing scenes, he holds the main residency for the cities leading House brand FILTH, one of the most import DJ rolls in the city. Playing for FILTH has seen him warm up for the scene's biggest names and offered some amazing opportunities playing back2back with both The Martinez Brothers & Style of Eye and touring the brand at Festivals such as Glade, Glastonbury, Creamfields & Secret Garden Party.
As owner of 'Love Not Money Records', in a short space of time he's turned the label in to one of the UK's most talked about music outputs, with tracks being supported by everyone from Solomun to Sasha and reaching the dizzy heights of No.2 in Beatport's Nu Disco chart on only their 2nd release. With a release schedule sorted well into the summer and remixes to come from Hot Since 82, Waifs & Strays & Darius Syrossioan, things are looking very promising!