GSP (alias George Spiliopoulos) is a London-based, International DJ/Producer and has been DJing in Greece for many years in the most important events and major clubs, until the winter 2010 when he started exporting his talent in Europe. His style is mostly Tech and Progressive House with a touch of Tribal Percusions and lots of vocals. He is considered to be one the Best European Circuit DJs having already played several times in cities like London, Paris, Vienna, Barcelona, Madrid, Athens, Dubai, Mykonos, Rome, Milan, Nicossia, Pafos, Larnaka, Agia Napa, Cologne, Beirut, Amsterdam, New York, Florianopolis, Berlin, Los Angeles, Lisbon, Shangai, Rio De Janeiro, Bahia and more. His sound is very significant known all over from his gigs and his podcasts which remain in the top 10 worldwide for the last two years (many times #1 house podcast internationally every month as can be seen at www.podomatic.com) and are broadcasted regularly by many international web radios and radio stations.
The majority of party people, with whatever preference of music they have, will always find themselves in his dj-sets. He can transform any popular or classic timeless commercial tracks into amazing ass-shaking club hits! Wherever you can put him from deep house to progressive house he can adapt amazingly his sound to the crowd letting everybody satisfied.
Also he is very famous for his incredible edits, private remixes and mash ups of old and new tracksHe has shared decks with significant DJ’s producers like Eric Prynz, Boy George, Peter Rauhoffer, Ettienne de crecy, Ben Manson, Chris Bekker, Carlos Gallardo, Manuel De Diego, Phil Romano, Javier Medina, Offer Nissim, Micky Friedmann, Juanjo Martin, Rafha Madrid to name a few.
Also co-owner with producers Dani Toro and Noor Q of the music label Queen House Music since 2014 with many promising releases with the most significant names.
Current residencies include
XLSIOR MUSIC FESTIVAL (MYKONOS)
THE FARM (MILAN)
THE WAREHOUSE (AMSTERDAM)
GLAM CLUB (MYKONOS)
Set begins at 11.30 pm
Late nite party til 5 am
Lights by Nick Mansuri