The SyncFaders are three DJ’s who love to mix House and Trance music. They are from the UK but on different sides of the country. Purely keeping in contact through social media and Skype, they always update one another on recent happenings and never get involved on their tracklist selection.

John Allen is born and raised in Folkestone. He is a proud family man who is currently in college obtaining his NVQ in the culinary art of cooking. He is a proud father of three wonderful girls and is a devoted husband too. When he is not busy behind the decks devising a masterful mix combination, he loves to take his posse with him and learn more on photography. His keen eye has certainly earnt him the respect from friends and family.

John is the House DJ and loves to mix Progressive, Electro and even Funky House. He has been mixing for over 10 years and has a steady fan base on his own Mixcloud page.

Mark Bradley is born and raised in a popular tourist destination in Cornwall called Falmouth. He now resides in South Wales with his fiancee who used to be a DJ herself. Mark’s history of music earnt him a spot on BBC Radio Cornwall as a presenter and journalist interviewing many outstanding individuals. Mark even used to run his own radio station but decided after 6 years to drop the stations and concentrate on his life a bit more. When Mark is not behind the decks, he is always helping with the Pontypridd Tenovus Choir with creating stunning video’s. Mark is not just a DJ, he likes to produce many styles of music such as Trance and even Pop music. Being an ex drummer and even a keyboard player, his influences on music stem to new heights. Creating remixes is another passion of his, as he looks to push himself further. Mark’s main involvement with SyncFaders around DJing was mostly all things Psychedelic Trance and Techno.

C1 aka Craig Palethorpe, trance DJ born and based in the UK. Been a resident DJ in venues across the world over the past 16+ years, radio DJ, producer, remixer and more.The trance sound played by C1 is synonymous with all things trance. Often played above 140 bpm, the sounds played is fast, energetic and euphoric.