DJ Trev was born at a young age, in the wagon of a travellin' show.
He first tasted the giddy excitement of showbiz dancing for the money they'd throw, which is where he learnt the most crucial lesson of Deejaying: to avoid direct eye contact and not let people grab a hold of you.
Following the traditional route into DJing, (loitering around a DJ stand until it inevitably got left unattended) his first public Deejay sets involved baffling people with twiddly Detroit Techno when all they really wanted to hear was Whitney Houston. This is something he continues to do to this day, though now he just plays the Whitney Houston record.
DJ Trev has Deejayed alongside a genuinely diverse range of artists, including Emo heroes Funeral For a Friend, Grindcore legends Napalm Death, Radio 1's Scott Mills, N-Trance, Adeva and lots of other people that you might be familiar with.
Trev splits his time between his hometown of Harrogate and Manchester where he has weekly residencies in the types of place that used to be called "top nite spot". His trademark mix of old Disco, weird cover versions and Zombie Nation by Kernkraft 400 has miraculously seen him earning a living doing something he really enjoys but still manages to complain about a lot.
To hear these complaints, you can follow him on Facebook or on Twitter where at least his rambling thoughts are limited to 280 characters.
Oh! DJ Trev is a passionate collector of commemorative Star Wars figurines and has over 3, but we refuse to mention this again.