'A shady character'
After reaching the zenith of wedding djing at age 7 when he requested The Police's message in a bottle at a family affair, Parasol dısappeared back into the formıdable coat check of the music world. Years later he emerged with a hıghly in demand Ipod of music whose playlists were being requested at pre drınks, after partıes and on plus 20 minute car journeys, convincing him that perhaps it was time to say 'hey, everybody in this bar should listen to my music'. But Parasol doesn't just want you to listen, he wants you to move, and through the potent combination of disco, house and boogie, he's discovering how to do just that. He admittedly feels awkward when he's not dancing, and you should too, there's no room in his world for standing.