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Rory Hoy


Saturday, 03 August 2019 22:15

Rory is a multi award-winning Music Producer/DJ and Film Maker. His music career has seen him producing 7 critically acclaimed albums and numerous EP’s, Singles, Remixes and Collaborations with other artists worldwide on various worldwide labels. Rory covers many genres including House, Funk, HIp-Hop, Big Beat, Breaks, Chillout and many more. He has also produced tracks for Film, TV and Adverts including tracks for Disney, Sony BET TV, Fox TV, Audi, Costco and the Tour De France Documentary and is constantly working on new syncs.

He has DJ’ed throughout the country in clubs and at Major Festivals including Leeds Festival, Leeds United Football Club,and he was the Opening Act at the Tour de France Fan Park performing to over 20,000 people and has DJ’d in Paris several times. He’s supported Craig Charles on his Funk & Soul tours and Craig plays his tracks regularly on his BBC6 Funk & Soul Show.

He’s been on British and American TV, Radio and Press a number of times and has seen praise from artists such as Paul McCartney, Fatboy Slim, Craig Charles and others. He’s also written a book on the 1990’s Big Beat scene called ’The Little Big Beat Book'. which includes interviews with 120 artists including Fatboy Slim and The Prodigy,  published in September 2018 and it reached No.1 in the Amazon Dance Music Book Charts.

His film ‘Autism And Me’ is published worldwide on DVD together with a booklet he’s written explaining in easy to understand terms what it’s like living with Autism on a daily basis. Some of his awards are listed below and he has seen praise for his work from    people like Stephen Fry, Craig Charles, Fatboy Slim, Michael Palin, Harry Enfield, David Tennant, Tom Baker, Paul McGann, Billie Piper, Jane Asher among others. He works constantly to promote understanding of Autism, going into schools and organisations where they show his film to do Q&A Sessions and gets messages from all over the world from grateful families. In fact, one American mother said she felt she knew her son for the first time having watched Rory’s film.

He’s been on British and American TV, Radio and Press a number of times over the past few years, and has been called ‘Inspirational’ and a ‘trailblazer’.