DJ Stretch Taylor is a club & radio DJ, music journalist, remixer & promoter with 30 years’ experience in the game.
He has interviewed well over 100 artists on his radio show, from legends to unsigned artists, including Teena Marie, Roy Ayers, Leon Ware, Melba Moore, Teddy Riley & Blackstreet, Guy, Eric Benet, Leroy Burgess, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Guru, Faith Evans, Charlie Wilson, Beverley Knight and many more.
He has played at many legendary venues and club nights over the years including Pacha, Privilege and Cafe Del Mar in Ibiza, Ministry of Sound, Twice As Nice, Cookies & Cream, Club 8090, MOBO Awards afterparty, Rubber Soul and many more.
Commercial highlights of his career include making the official mix CD for Missy Elliott’s multi-platinum selling album ‘Miss E So Addictive’ for Warner Bros, plus a mix album for EastWest Records, and the mix CD for UK R&B singer Cherise.
Corporate bookings have included DJ’ing for the whole event at Lewis Hamilton’s private party after the British Grand Prix at Silverstone in 2018, and spinnin’ at Pharrell Williams & Snoop Dogg’s photographic exhibition in London featuring rare photos.
Stretch has been an active remixer over the years and had a track on Dome Records for Vicki Young called Now That We’re Together which became an underground R&B hit at the start of the millennium, plus has produced other remixes for artists including Chanel and Kool G Rap. The enforced lockdown caused by the CoronaVirus disease has given him time to get back into the studio with production partner Mike Theory to work on their debut instrumental soulful hip hop album called Covid Cuts, which they will self-finance and put out a limited number of copies by Autumn 2020.