- Andy Ash
Andy Ash has released his percussion-heavy take on house music on labels including Still Love For Music, On The Prowl and People Must Jam, as well as an EP on Delusions of Grandeur last year. He makes a broad range of house music, sometimes delving into disco and downtempo chuggers as well as deep house and more techno-influenced jams.
- Big Miz
A key producer and DJ to emerge from Glasgow's ever fertile house and techno field. His music is a playful and energetic mix of acidic tinges, 808 rhythms, disco inflections, techno swing and house music hedonism, combining his traditional music abilities and multi-instrumentalism with contemporary electronic equipment and production techniques.
Cassy’s lifelong love affair with music makes her one of the most respected selectors of her generation. A dynamic, passionate DJ with an encyclopaedic knowledge of electronic music history and a record bag to match it, she can dig deep in any given situation, bringing good vibes and contagious energy to the dance floor.
- Catz 'n Dogz
Active on the scene for over fifteen years Catz ’n Dogz are making a long-lasting impression in the dance music community, their achievements are reflected with press and award nominations including cover features with Mixmag and DJ Mag Spain, spots in the RA Top 100 DJ poll, DJ Mag’s ‘Top 10 Albums’ and ‘Best Track’ at WMC Awards.
- Cosmin TRG
As a producer, DJ & label owner Cosmin Nicolae’s dedication to developing a rich and wholly personal artistic landscape provides the driving force behind one of dance music’s most unique & industrious individuals. Opening the door on Hessle Audio over a decade ago, Nicolae’s list of affiliations reads like a who’s who of top tier contemporary dance music record labels. Appearances on Amsterdam’s Rush Hour and Gerd Janson’s Running Back, as well as a brace of singles alongside LP’s Gordian and Simulat on the now defunct 50 Weapons - not to mention work for Semantica and Bleep, have cemented Cosmin TRG deep in the psyche of the ever shifting amoeba that is the dance music zeitgeist.
- East End Dubs
East End Dubs is imbued with the same urban grit, late night menace and subtle sense of mischief as the East London streets from which he takes his name. It has been that way since 2012 when he first broke through with a dark and infectious tech sound that has been jacking up dance floors all over the world. His own productions are slick, texturally rich affairs that are perfectly sculpted to be a perfect mix of function and form.
- Dense & Pika
In a studio behind an unremarkable roll-up door in rural England, two men are creating delirious mayhem for the world’s dancefloors. Since 2011, as Dense & Pika, these men – Alex Jones and Chris Spero – have garnered an enviable reputation for making devastating club ordnance that finds the sweet spot between dark, mysterious house and roaring, brawny techno.
- Fred P
The opportunity for potential – his own, yours, that of our collective consciousness – has long-been the earnest pursuit of Fred P, channeled expertly through his evolved and deeply personal exploration of house and techno music. His futurist approach is inspired as much by the scene's bonafide revolutionaries, Frankie Knuckles to David Morales and Danny Tenaglia, as his own futurist philosophy, weaved together from a glorious patchwork inspired by an ever-expanding network or thinkers, collaborators, and international encounters.
Hammer has established himself as one of the UK’s most exciting DJ and producers illuminating dance floors around Europe and beyond with his own take on electronic music. Gracing the decks at world renowned venues & festivals such as Panorama Bar, Robert Johnson, Concrete, Kompass, Houghton, Love International, Parklife, WHP to name but a few.
- Joseph Ashworth
Joseph Ashworth is a musician, producer and composer who has never been interested in getting comfortable and repeating himself. A regular month will see him working on diverse projects, from intricate sound design, DJing at a world-renowned night club, to spending hours experimenting on new sounds and techniques in the studio.
- Man Power
Pinning down Geoff Kirkwood is a challenge. Best known as the man behind 'intergalactic house’ alias Man Power, Kirkwood is as comfortable writing and presenting experimental symphonies, ambient hauntology and Audio Visual orchestral performances as Bed Wetter or delivering raucous kinetic Techno as MPX. For everything in between, he is Man Power.
- Marco Passarani
A tireless innovator, constant collaborator, RBMA studio mentor, inspirational deejay - Passarani has always been at the forefront of electronic music. With more Discogs pages than the EU has legislation, Passarani has released, to name a few, fine twelves on Gerd Jansons Running Back label, crafted covers of Alexander O’Neal and The Jungle Brothers for Peacefrog, re-invigorated Boogie and Italo as Tiger & Woods and could possibly be the only producer to have been remixed by both Ricardo Villalobos and Autechre.
- Mark Hawkins
With a career in music spanning the past 25 years, Mark Hawkins has spent the most recent eight of those producing, releasing and playing out proper underground house music as Marquis Hawkes on labels like Houndstooth and Aus Music, Hawkins now embarks on the next phase of his career, which will gradually amalgamate his broad influences into one unique sound.
Coming out occasionally, but only at night, slowly made him well known among friends and enemies as Nachtbraker (Dutch for night hawk). Nachtbraker’s exposure to a wide range of genres are clearly audible in his music, ranging from ecstatic slow grooves and unconventional dub tracks to straight-up 4/4 house. Building up his career and profile carefully in the past few years we see Nachtbraker mature into a multifaceted and intriguing character in the world of music. It’s unquestionable that Nachtbraker will keep a lot of people comfortably awake for the coming years.
Portable is Alan Abrahams, a South African born artist and producer who is also a celebrated live act. Moving to London, Abrahams began recording as Portable, the experimental, atmospheric project that acts as a living link between the indigenous African sounds of his youth, and those first records whose futuristic aesthetic broadened his horizons.
Working across UK funky, house and various, mutated strains of bass-heavy club music, Roska has earmarked himself as one of the UK’s most accomplished underground exponents. Continuing his journey as a pioneer of the Funky House sound via his Roska Kicks & Snares (RKS) imprint. Presiding over 100 releases, RKS has welcomed the likes of MA1, Champion, Murder He Wrote and DJ POLO to the label since its inception in 2010.
- Sei A
Originally from Glasgow now based in London, Andy Graham aka Sei A debuted on fellow AiMi artist, Alex Kid’s label Imprimé back in 2008 before attracting the attention of labels such as Gigolo, Turbo, Kompakt, Life & Death and Hemlock. A fruitful relationship with Aus Music, home to 2016's Space in Your Mind’ LP and his most recent album from 2020 ‘Kinetic Action’, followed.
- Shanti Celeste
Her career to date has been characterised by a contemporary, U.K. take on the classic Motor City sound. The expansive, emotional visions of the early Techno pioneers are reflected in Celeste's open take to her craft. This freedom is reflected on the platforms she shares her craft through - her regular NTS Radio show, and more recently, her label Peach Discs.
- Space Dimension Controller
His highly conceptual style is as cinematic and widescreen as the film music he once dreamed of making. It has given rise to critically acclaimed albums on R&S and Ninja Tune and always soundtracks self-penned and emotional stories of space flight, cosmic exploration and intergalactic adventures. His music is an absorbing mix of electro-funk, 80s pop, acid house, sci-fi ambient and astral disco that is both cerebral yet propulsive.
It has been 16 years since the label he launched with friends in 2005, Mirau, released his debut EP, ‘Restless’. Since then, Tensnake has built relationships with some of house music’s finest labels, including Running Back, Defected, and Permanent Vacation, the latter being home to 2010’s “Coma Cat,” the slice of atmospheric, finger-clicking house that cemented his rep as a master of slinky, sensuous grooves. Four years later, the debut Tensnake album, Glow, showcased his knack for melody and sparkling sound design and boasted top table guests like Nile Rodgers and Jacques Lucont.