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  • Om Unit |
    exploration and inspiration with many following in his footsteps It s how in the early 2010s he came to pioneer the stylistic and rhythmic links between jungle and footwork via a series of acclaimed edits that brought him to the attention of the drum bass scene This personal approach has earned Coles praise as a refreshing voice in dance music from both peers and the media On record Coles explorations into the deeper end of the electronic music spectrum have come via releases for Civil Music including a critically acclaimed debut album 2013 s Threads legendary drum bass outfit Metalheadz where he was given access to Goldie s personal sample archive as the inspiration for 2014 s Inversion album Planet Mu for a collaboration with Machinedrum as Dream Continuum All City Records remixing Grammy winning producer Om Mas Keith Plastician s Terrorhythm and Exit Records where he first collaborated with Sam Binga leading to their BUNIT series of white label releases The same exploratory approach has made him an in demand remixer and BBC Radio 1 Boiler Room Resident Advisor FACT XLR8R and Rinse FM have called on him to provide mixes and showcase his sound In 2011 Coles set up a label Cosmic Bridge Records through which he has exercised an A R sensibility that has created an exciting independent home for likeminded artists The label s releases pressed onto limited edition vinyl runs regularly sell out within days of their street date Through Cosmic Bridge Coles has championed veterans such as Kromestar and Boxcutter alongside new voices from Europe and America including Moresounds Danny Scrilla and Graphs The label s breadth is best seen in the celebrated and award nominated Cosmolog compilation series Coles began overseeing in 2014 Cosmic Bridge represents a dual path of inspiration that which

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  • Toddla T ft MC DRS |
    of slowing Heavily influenced by music and culture from around the World Toddla s sound is individually British drawing heavy influence from reggae and dancehall Sheffield s electronic scene and the essence of soul and RnB He has an ever growing presence throughout the UK and beyond with his curated Toddla T Takeover shows and DJ sets He has a successful quarterly residency at London s XOYO a sound system

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  • DJ Q |
    of 12 when Q first got involved with the UK Garage scene buying vinyls and tape packs When his vinyl collection grew larger Q finally got a pair of record decks in his bedroom The self taught DJ started to get bookings at local parties at the age of 15 Q s break on radio came in 2004 He submitted a mix CD and before long Q became the youngest DJ at 1Xtra hosting the UKG Mix Show Q is known for his track You Wot which was signed and released via Ministry of Sound The track made the UK Top 50 upon its release in summer 2008 which led to remix work for the likes of Amy Winehouse Dizzee Rascal Keri Hilson and Katy B to name a few Recent years have seen an increase in new productions from Q with 10 single and EP releases since 2012 that cross a broad spectrum of dance music These include Say To You released under the alias Classified the Sound Boy Connection EP via US label Party Like Us In 2014 Q released his debut album ineffable via Local Action Records During his decade in the music industry Q has also

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  • Ed Solo |
    groundbreaking collaborations with jungle kingpin DJ Brockie including Represents and Echo Box Next was Brighton and into a studio above Krafty Kuts record shop where Ed produced many seminal Breakbeat tracks which led to 2007 s timeless album Random Acts of Kindness alongside Skool of Thought and Darrisson The album dropped a systematic stream of blazing tracks including When I Was A Yout We Play The Music and Love Your

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  • Deekline |
    worldwide DJ tours relentless production work and overseeing the six record labels he heads up Slu dge Hot Cakes Jungle Cakes Booty Breaks Rat Records and Giant Pussy Records a ll of which work tirelessly to propel street level artists into the forefront of the electronic music scene A bonafide musical shapeshifter his countless releases have erupted into both the underground and mainstream worlds gaining support from the likes of Diplo Craze DJ Hype Afrojack Stanton Warriors Plump DJs and Krafty Kuts and representing bass music in all its eclectic splendour a melting pot of dubstep UK funky garage bassline dancehall and breakstep His back catalogue of collaborations shows incredible diversity with artists such as Tim Healey DJ Assault Fast Eddie Kid Sister and Freq Nasty having queued up to work alongside him over the years Earlier in 2013 his 2 step flavoured remix of Lethal Bizzle Donae o s Not A Saint anthem he s still in touch with his UK garage roots at a time when the sound has never been hotter Deekline s Hot Cakes parties have achieved the rare feat of blowing up clubs on both sides of the Atlantic in Miami Spain and London where

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  • Mungos Hi Fi ft Eva Lazarus |
    top vocalists on the scene at the moment including Charlie P Solo Banton Mr Williamz YT and Scotland s own lyrical lassie Soom T The live work feeds directly into the studio productions Mungo s crucial releases mainly on their own Scotch Bonnet label have topped the reggae bestsellers on numerous occasions Soundsystem Champions their Double LP released in 2008 has turned many on to their sounds and the massive

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  • The Asbo Disco |
    badboy style with the latest bangers wobblers and lowdown skanking riddims It is big and it is clever These ASBO guys are bad meaning wicked and there gonna make you feel so good Mr Motivator When the zombie virus breaks out and the dead walk the earth The ASBO Disco will still be the wickedest party in the world The Skints ASBO Disco is one of the coolest platforms my

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  • DJ VADIM |
    Producer Vadim is an evolutionist in sound constantly pushing boundaries and collaborating creating fresh unique global beats and sounds so to actually pinpoint exactly what Vadim sounds like is not so easy There are many producers that you can pin to simply tech house glitch or reggae but Vadim connects quite a few dots which are forever expanding with time Whatever the genre his sounds are rooted in percussive rhythms big basslines soulful and organically heartfelt flavours From hip hop to house electronic to reggae from Africa to the world whatever it s called Vadim is here bump the party Vadim doesn t come alone He has produced for Al Green Stevie Wonder Wretch 32 Foreign Beggars Prince Aaron Jerome SBTRKT The Cure Corine Bailey Ray Bassnector and of course the long standing relationship with Fat Freddy s drop with whom Vadim has collaborated with extensively remixing their back catalogue and being tour DJ With performances at some of the world s most prestigious events from Sonar Glastonbury Big Chill V fest Fuji Rock Roskilde Exit Vinarock Notting Hill Carnival to describe the man as an internationalist almost seems to sell him short Running his own record label Jazz Fudge in 1994 before the advent of indie music it hasn t all been plain sailing however in 1999 the US broadcast commission FCC decided absurdly enough that a pro women empowerment record your revolution was too crude for radio whilst allowing countless records that promoted negativity to be accepted The decision ended up in court several years later under appeal with several leading Ivy league English professors coming to the defense of freedom of speech freedom of expression and to argue the double standards of the ban and fine Not content with taking the US broadcast authorities to court In

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