Line-up /Jon Marsh (The Beloved)
Rick (Digs) DIY
Itïs just the sun rising once again over Brixton beach. Another day and night in blissed-out paradise for underground London. No dress code, no parades, no pushing or shoving, just another twelve hours of the purest electronic music for educated ears.
Jon Marsh (The Beloved)
From the early ambient stirrings of fThe Sun Rising" to bubbling techno of Hello through top ten albums Happiness and Blissed Out, John Marshas Beloved are the very roots of our sound. His Fabric mix CD is a pure classic and heas more recently released tracks with Laid on Loaded. This man is nothing short of a legend.
Darren Roach (EBM, Studiotek)
Hees been one of Intergroovens head honchos and a stawart of the East London warehouse scene, playing with the likes of Carl Craig, Lee Burridge and Dan Curtin, at his own highly successful night, EBM. DJ Mag once described Darren as "the Lord of Groover his subliminal mixes fuse countless elements, all based around keeping crowds on their feet, and feeling good inside.
Rick (Digs) DIY
Pioneering co-founder of the first-ever house soundsystem DiY, that built a bridge between the free party scene of Castlemorton and the underground club scene that followed. Rick honed his considerable deck skills through Bounce, described the Times as tone of the top ten club nights in Britaini. He s got scores of production credits under his belt and has long been a regular face here a wegre not worthy!
Simon Atkinson (Positive Sounds)
Heos been putting on rammed parties in Brighton longer than most of us have been going out. His past sets for us are widely regarded as historic highlights and yet heos one of the most self-effacing spinners in our stable. Hegs back by popular demand.
The man that rocked it twice at New Year, when Richie is not passing on his skills and knowledge to the next generation through his Groove School academy, he s busy either making or pulling out some truly original floor shakers.
Bringing her love of underground and her inimitable D.N.S style to Brixton D.N.S brings raw energy to the masses. Rolling baselines, creeping acid, and deep techno, its all systems go for D.N.Sn Kerfuffle debut.
Hees already basked in the limelight of Kaz our door girl and barometer of fun this time hers warming up August u Iths gonna be hotter than an Alabama tin roof.
And your hosts of course Liz Edwards & Rochester