HTH 2016

HTH 2016 Winners!

Congratulations to our winners Holly Louise and Stanley Hood! See you at the House of Commons next week!


Thanks to all of you who helped contribute to two great charities in partnership with Last Night A DJ Saved My Life through proceeds from our Christmas sales. 

We were able to contribute £5K to the War Child Charity and £1,500 to Drop4Drop!

Another donation of £1500 covered the cost to build a freshwater well which will last 10 yrs and give fresh water for communities of over a 1000 people.

The sample masters at Loopmasters are generously donating 5% of the profits

from their Xmas 2015 Sale!

Merry Xmas everyone!


Changing Lives, Saving Lives

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LNADJ Showreel - Get Involved

Set For Peace

Fantastic to see the growing response to ‪#‎SetForPeace‬, an initiative launched by the Last night a DJ saved my life foundation & Peace One Day in 2013 in order to raise awareness amongst the global dance music community of ‪#‎PeaceDay‬ on Sept 21st using the power of music to spread the message of ‪#‎peace‬

Over 800 DJ's in 58 countries are already involved this year & will be dedicating their sets for peace on (or around) 21st Sept as well as spreading the message over their social media & at various events around the world

Please ‪#‎getinvolved‬ & share this video message globally using the #SetForPeace # tag.

Any ‪#‎DJs‬, promoters etc wanting to take part you can register by emailing:

Massive thanks to for producing this fantastic video, all those tagged in the video, Funktion-One (Official)DJ MagMixcloudPoint BlankTODD TERRYDj Silyvi, & everyone else involved in‪#‎SetForPeace2015‬ & our other initiatives - your support is very much appreciated.

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War Child

A donation of £3,482.84, raised by the combined efforts from The Zoo Project, Clubaholic, Brighton Set for Peace, DJ Ben Santiago & Chapter as part of the annual LNADJ project Set For Peace, has helped the work of Warchild in Zaatari refugee camp, close to the Syrian border in northern Jordan. By population, the camp is now the fourth largest city in Jordan and the world's second largest refugee camp.

This recent video gives you an idea of the situation in the camp. It includes case studies and discussions with children, parents and teachers, with a particular focus on the importance of psycho-social care – a key aspect of War Child’s support for Syrian children living in the camp. 

Key Changes

LNADJ, after the heroic efforts of our Brighton Marathon 2015 Team, have made donation of £1179.25 in 2015 to Key Changes, which will provide a major contribution to their hospital in reach service, sustaining the project for the 40 weeks 

All donations will go towards providing therapeutic music workshops for young people (aged 13-18) and adults receiving treatment in psychiatric intensive care wards in London, Manchester and Sheffield. The patients are detained in hospital under the Mental Health Act and are experiencing severe psychotic and depressive disorders manifested by extreme distress, confusion, anxiety, eating disorders, self-harm, and isolation from mainstream life and social contact. Key Changes specially trained DJ’s and producers support patients with songwriting, DJing, music production and recording sessions using an energising and inspiring mix of culturally-relevant music styles such as house, hip hop, pop, d’n’b, reggae and soul. The creative collaborative process promotes recovery from mental illness through developing self-expression, confidence, motor function and life skills which can reduce symptoms and contribute to early discharge from hospital. We can then organise further sessions in the community through our network of studios to continue to nurture young talent in a professional musical setting, which gives people a focus, continues to aid recovery and prevents relapses.

So in effect our donation is covering the staffing and support costs of nearly a whole year of this vital engagement, reaching some of the most isolated young people in the UK, giving them the gift of music and the chance to engage with their own musical creativity as a lifeline towards recovery. 


On Saturday 13 December 2014, the Houses of Parliament opened their doors for the second Smile Britannia - a ground breaking night where some of the UK’s best contemporary and urban artists will auction off their work to support projects improving lives across the globe.

Last year pieces from Banksy, Nick Walker and Shepherd Fairey went under the hammer, raising over £80,000 for incredible causes. This year the collection features works by leading artists including Goldie, Inkie, Copyright and Turner Prize winner Richard Long.


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