Since the former school friends became PEOPLE GET REAL, the duo have steadily gained a reputation amongst dance music’s cognoscenti. Their residencies at both the UK clubbing institution Wax:On and Croatia’s Hideout Festival and the innumerable other dancefloors which they’ve terrorized during the last decade across Europe, has further cemented their notoriety as DJs who understand how the dancefloor works.
While it’s PEOPLE GET REAL’s genuine passion, as well as their distinctly diverse approach to DJing, that has seen them play alongside artists including Seth Troxler, Sven Vath, Erol Alkan, Jamie Jones, Loco Dice, Claude Von Stroke, Simian Mobile Disco, Craig Richards, Tiga and many more, it has more recently been their productions and remixes along with long-time studio collaborator and producer John-Paul Denton that have brought them a new level of respect from some of the biggest names in modern dance music, including Magda, Ivan Smagghe, Optimo, Clement Meyer, Jennifer Cardini, Brodinski, Damian Lazarus and a whole host of other forward thinking DJs and electronic artists.
Over the past 2 years their label “Join Our Club” has gone from strength to strength and has seen them release not only their own work but also music and remixes from John Tejada, It’s a Fine Line, Justin Robertson, Andy Blake, Falko Brocksieper, Tom Ellis, Last Waltz and more..
"PEOPLE GET REAL are up there with the very best DJ talent that the UK has to offer – and the reputation of their Wax:On residency and line-ups speaks for itself. Mixmag receive hundreds of CD’s each week, but years on, it’s PEOPLE GET REAL’s that we keep going back to. From Carl Craig to Depeche Mode, this is as real as you can get right now."
Ralph Moore, Mixmag
"Resident DJ's are the backbone of any great club. Wax:On's PEOPLE GET REAL are just that and more. They understand how a club works, how to build a night, and know their music enough to shame many of the big hitters.”
"I've had the pleasure of playing on the same bill as PEOPLE GET REAL on quite a few occasions now. Whether it’s introducing me to a new gadget, or new tracks, the boys always surprise me, in a good way! It’s an honor every time."