Bobby Beige

Since 1992 and after signing to Deconstruction’s infamous Concrete label, Bobby Beige has been at the forefront of the British “House” explosion and amassed more than 20 years’ experience in electronic music. For the last 15 years, Bobby has held a permanent residency at the Garden Festival and bar in Croatia, playing alongside some of the biggest DJ names the industry has ever produced. 

Bobby has released six albums and various 12’s under many pseudonyms, such as Opik, Bullitnuts, Deep Six and Momma Gravy, and has released records on infamous cult labels, such as Deconstruction, Pork Recordings and Different Drummer. All this led him to compile a mix series compellation CD for London’s super club Fabric in 2004 Fabric 18 after playing the club many times during the mid 2000’s! 

Bobby is an in-demand re-mixer under his Bullitnuts guise and has worked with artists such as Natasha Atlas, Tosca, Blue States, Jimpster, Superstars of Rock(Adam Goldstone), and Static Sound System, to name a few to his credit. Whilst this was gathering momentum, Bobby regularly appeared in the music press, made a TV appearance for the Mixmasters series for Addictive TV on ITV (UK), and relentlessly toured the globe playing events such as Sonar, Glastonbury and The Big Chill. Taking in both Europe and the USA, he says his highlight was playing the legendry Roxy in New York. 

Bobby now resides in Amsterdam and promotes nights such as Melting Point, with fellow resident Troy Dean where they also have a monthly slot on Redlight Radio, adopting more eclectic, warm, heartfelt sounds, which comes purely from the soul – not to mention the 10,000 plus records collected over the years. Bobby is still busy with production and may have something ready for release in the near future.