World renowned DJ and hard dance icon, Lisa Pin-Up is one of the few female DJs to make it big from the UK (reaching the top 30 in the DJ mag 100 poll). On the decks she is a legend, known for her skillful mixing, fun party style and an ability to turn any dance-floor into a seething frenzy. Off the decks she is a prolific producer, releasing tracks and remixes for Tidy/Nukleuz/Ministry of sound as well as being part of the famous tidy girls EP.
Throughout her career Lisa has mixed a number of gold disc compilations, released her very own artist album for Nukleuz entitled “baddest mutha” and been an ambassador for Bacardi running a music competition with her remixes being released on MTV. On top of her busy DJ and production schedule Lisa even launched her own brand tour nights called “God Save the Queen” and “Neon Glam” which played to thousands of clubbers at massive events all across the UK.
Lisa’s first Media break came with a front cover feature on DJ mag about girl DJs in the industry, since then she appeared on another DJ mag front cover celebrating her high position in their 100 poll.
So far Lisa has featured in every dance magazine, in woman’s publications, main stream news papers and even though leaving her modelling career behind, appeared in a loaded magazine hot babe feature.
Lisa’s career all started 18 years ago with a management deal with Miss Moneypennys and a residency for Freedom @ London’s Bagleys Film studios (a weekly 3,000 event with Lisa hosting one of the arena’s) Up to date Lisa has rocked some of the largest events and festivals across the UK such as Passion in Coalville, God Kitchen, Gatecrasher, Xstatic, tidy, Frantic, BTID, Creamfields, Slinky, Escape into the Park, Goodgreef, Coloursfest as well as DJing in nearly every European country along with the US and Canada.