Seamus Haji is best known for his hit remake of “Last Night A DJ Saved My Life” and Booty Luv’s “Boogie 2Nite” which were both Worldwide club hits!

Recently he’s been getting love on Beatport with releases for Big Love, Strictly Rhythm & Rising with cohorts EDX, Cevin Fisher & Nelski. He’s Currently working on new productions – his latest “After Midnight (Aurora Lights)” on his Big Love label hit top 5 UK Dance Charts with heavy rotation from Steve Aoki, Paul Oakenfold, Sharam, Thomas Gold, StoneBridge, Kim Fai and many more.

As a DJ, he’s held residencies for Ministry of Sound in London & Ibiza and toured all over the Word for the likes of Defected, Hed Kandi & MOS.
He’s a regular headliner at international events and as a previous ambassador for Pioneer CDJs, takes DJ skills very seriously. He’s notched up 2 Essential Mixes for Radio 1 and played two Radio 1 Big Weekenders. He’s spun at many of the major festivals in the UK such as Global Gathering, Creamfields, & Pride as well as massive International events such as Mardi Gras (Sydney), Loveland (Amsterdam) in front of 20,000.

He runs his Big Love label (10 years now) and recently released an album which picks the best of his early remixes & productions from the mid 90’s until present under his disco house influenced Big Bang Theory moniker.
The remixes still come thick & fast and over the last 18 months his midas touch has been added to likes of Labrinth & Emile Sande, Usher, Rita Ora, Jakwob, Scissor Sisters, The Gossip, Elton John, Ne-Yo, Maroon 5, Ke$ha, Foxes with regular plays on Radio 1, Capital & Gaydar radio showing why he’s one of the most in-demand UK remixers.

He kicked off 2014 remixing UK bass don Jakwob’s “Somebody New” (Just added to Gaydio playlist) & remixes for Therese (Stonebridge “Put Em High” fame) and Denmark star Nabiha to follow.
His Big Love radio show has been running for over 2 years now on Juice Brighton which is also available as an itunes podcast and also broadcast on over 30 other Radio stations around the World (and growing!) With a relentless schedule across all strands of his career, he is living contradiction of those who insist that men can’t multi-task!

Be sure to check out Seamus Haji.