You would have to travel far and wide to find a place where the name Brandon Block is not known. Brandon has carried a legendary status tag ever since being one the first residents on the Space terrace, Ibiza. His residency alongside Alex P was arguably one of the initial driving forces behind the clubs worldwide notoriety as one of the best places to party.
Brandon’s success and infectious personality lead to a stream of fantastic opportunities across the entire music industry. The highlights of this include, hosting one of the highest rated radios shows on Kiss FM (+ spin off compilations albums!); His own show on MTV, Blocko’s Bits on Rature TV and a number 3 charting hit under his Blockster moniker with ‘You should be Dancin’. Brandon has also made numerous other TV appearances including Celebrity Fear Factor and Celebrity Extreme Makeover, and more recently Celebrity Big Brother.
Brandon is infamous for his party spirit but in equal measure his ability to capture that spirit in his DJ sets. Though Brandon has become more discerning over the years, the raw energy his DJ sets bring to a dance-floor remains. Musically Brandon has a wealth of experience and is a staunch champion of the funkier end of house. His continued success means Brandon Block is still one of the UK’s most sought after DJ’s with his diary generally full up to 6 months in advance!
In addition to his DJ work Brandon has launched his own specialist international travel DJ bag, Brandon and has recently co-produced a record (Don’t You Feel Like Love) with one of the UK’s hottest house music acts, The Hoxton Whores. Add this all together and it is easy to see why Brandon Block is a true celebrated dance music icon and has clearly no plans to rest on his laurels.
Soon to be collaborationg again with some very influencial and olf friends in the studio
His Biography written by Matt trollope titled ‘life and lines of Brandon Block’ is availble to order through Amazon as a kindle or paperback.
Since 1996 since he enetered the charter nightgale Clinic In Lisson Grove, For three weeks to detox he has neveooked back although some tough times followed he never e went back to his old behaviour.
In 2010 he felt the urge to help people with his knowledge of recovery and his infamy which put to good use was a big contributing factor in his ablitly to empathise and help people.
The next 7years saw him move from working alongside the criminal justice system and court orders for prolific offenders With Mental Health, drug and Alcohol addiction, to working with people who have Multiple Complex needs in an outreach capacity all the wanting to improve peoples lives.
Which spurred to him to search for new way seeing a gap in the treatment system.
Met with Olly and Annette and from there was born Get Well together.