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His radio appearance influenced his dj-career: he got the opportunity to start playing at his favourite club: the former Boccaccio that was called The Temple at the time. One year later, he left C-dance for the biggest dance radio in flanders: Top Radio.Starting with a weekly dj-set, Neon soon got his own daily spot on national radio hosting his own radio show called “The Nightclub”. This show is still on air everyday from 8am giving you an “update” on the hottest new music.Kucho, Papaya quickly became one of the leading parties at La Rocca.Meanwhile the dynamic duo spinned the decks at many other belgian clubs (Fuse, Outline, Escape, …) and festivals.When house music was born, Philip knew this was the music he loved! Tam Tam, Forest, Baccardi’s, Outline, Illusion, Revolution (Nijmegen NL), Renania (DE), Carat, Shaft & La Rocca where he still plays the decks every week! And bands like Milk Inc, Kate Ryan, Jessy and Astroline to name but a few.His career as a producer started at the age of 18 and his first release “Too Deep” sold over 20.000 copies in the Be Ne Lux area. Philip was also one of the leading men behind the Gemini II project, and was the man who got Zippora here first international hit. From South Africa to Colombia, Spain, Italy, Germany, etc.In 2005 Neon started his professional carreer as he started working at Musicman, a record store in Ghent and became resident at The Temple on saturdays playing house, groove and progressive.Even TV wasn’t safe anymore: every week he presented the “Release of the Week” on jim tv’s “Going Out” show.
Soon enough they boosted many local parties and clubs.After organising his own parties, Mike Thompson offered him a dj set at the legendary Cherry Moon in Lokeren. Meantime, Neon was also doing his thing on the radio.He had his own show broadcasting every night on C-dance Ghent.Belgium-based but beaming the love of house all over the world with a blend of funky rhythms, groovy sax and smooth vocals: Dj Licious knows good vibes come from nothing but house music.After founding the celebrated clubbing concept SHOMI in Antwerp, his deejay career directed him to the Belgian “Defected in the House” parties, proudly pushing house music on a national level.