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RYAN SPICER is a Ministry of Sound resident DJ, hailing from London.
Ryan has years of experience in his locker; from the days of performing at house parties, to today, where he is an established DJ - Playing at various locations across the globe; from London to Ibiza and at many reputable venues; from Printworks and Ministry of Sound to Amnesia, supporting some of the world’s leading electronic artists.
He has also built a great following across social media, which has been captured through his success as a DJ/producer.
Since the age of 16, he hasn’t looked back, locking in sets across the capital and playing at some of the biggest venues London has to offer.
Ryan's sound is rooted in house, but he has an eclectic style that can switch up from chilled poolside beats to big room action and from melodic tracks to high energy fillers.
His debut at London’s hallowed 'Ministry of Sound' in 2014 was just the beginning and since then he has taken his sound to the wider world - Holding down a residency for 'Together' and playing at venues, such as: 'Printworks', 'E1', 'Egg', '02 Academy Brixton' and 'Electric Brixton'.
He's also managed to fit in a headline residency for London’s leading boat party events, joining: Rinse FM, Select and Centreforce radio.
2019 began with a headline 103 performance inside Ministry of Sound and since then he went onto support: Tchami & Malaa, Maya Jane Coles, Jonas Blue, M-22, Mike Williams, Joris Voorn, Paul van Dyk, Lucas & Steve, Martin Jensen, Sigala, Danny Howard, James Hype, Sigma, Netsky, Zeds Dead, Flux Pavilion, TroyBoi, and Danny Avila.
He ended the year with a blast, where he made his Printworks debut on October 2019, opening the iconic main room.
2020 was a huge year for Ryan, as he signed his first ever debut EP ‘Waiting For You’, which was released in Jan 2021 and reached #2 on the Beatport House chart.
Following this, he had his debut for the prestigious brand 'ANTS', with sets at both Printworks and E1, for their day & night parties.
More recently, he joined 'SW4' to be a part of their livestream weekender in replace of the postponed festival, opening the Saturday live to over 150,000 people.
Adding to this; guest appearances for Rinse FM, Select Radio and COGO, as well as, signing five more tracks to various labels - Ryan really made the most of lockdown and is ready to go when things return!