Justin Robertson's career in dance music dates all the way back to the Madchester days when he was spinning at clubs like Spice and Most Excellent alongside The Chemical Brothers. More recently, regulars to London nights Bugged Out and Together will be familiar with his mixture of ravey acid techno and electronic house while those who frequent Gay Mod and Sunday Best will know him for his eclectic sets of reggae, northern soul and pop.
In the studio, Justin has reworked Bjork, Felix Da Housecat and Chicken Lips amongst others, also penning 'Push and Shove' on Fatboy Slim's fourth album 'Palookaville'.
Slide resident Lee Mortimer has been steadily making waves with his production work and DJ sets by taking every opportunity to supply ears with exciting, sleazy electronic house music.
Having started with the humble Commodore Amiga before he was even a teenager, Lee has now firmly established himself as a top-notch recording artist and has had tracks and remixes on Dubsided, CR2, Front Room, Made To Play and his very own Wearhouse Music. Love for Lee's fidgety tracks has come from all corners of the dance music world. This includes support from Switch, Pete Tong (Who dubbed Lee's track 'Crazy' as "one of the largest tunes" at the WMC 2007), Claude VonStroke (who licensed 'Mush' for his ‘At The Controls' CD), Diplo, Dave Spoon, Crookers, Annie Mac, Jesse Rose, Paul Woolford, James Zabiela, Bushwacka, Derrick Carter (featured 'When It Comes' on his Ministry of Sound Sessions CD) and loads more to boot!
"Definitely a name to look out for this year" - Annie Mac
Neil Simpson. Rich Smith. Lazy Funkerz. Vital Substance. Dan Holmes. Evil Hypnotist provide support...