Groin Exchange are a Suffolk-born trio comprising presenter Jonny Cantlay alongside Dan Hayes and Oli Goss.
Formed in 2009 in Stoke Newington, and inspired heavily by kraut rock, new disco and early 90’s dance culture, Groin Exchange members began their musical endeavors in their pre-teens under the name Girls' Tyme, comprising Cantlay and Hayes. After months of performing underground, they signed to Shoreditch Radio and changed their name. Groin Exchange was launched into mainstream recognition following the release of their best-selling first demo, “The Hayes Manual”, which contained the number-one hits "Shore Thing or Ditch It?" and "Record Revival".
Despite critical and commercial success, the group was plagued by internal conflict and legal turmoil and split from their manager Neil Charnaud who was later convicted for money laundering and fraud in Ohio.
In October 2009 Oli Goss joined the group and contributed heavily to their third demo, shrugging off media claims that he was ‘merely a fat dancer’ and ‘eye candy for the post boy band generation’. The reactionary single "Oli's Gonna Shit All Over You" followed before Groin Exchange announced a hiatus in early 2010, allowing its members to attain individual success. Short-lived, they re-united with 2010's ‘jonny foreigner’ and a year later are broadcasting fortnightly on London's premier internet radio station.