Archive for the ‘Manchester Artists’ Category


Posted on: January 23rd, 2020 by Marcus No Comments

Corey Woods, better known by his stage name Raekwon, is an American rapper and a member of Wu-Tang Clan.

Mr Thing

Posted on: September 24th, 2019 by Théo Tavernier No Comments

Join the multimedia mayhem of Mr. Thing, their house band and a selection of special guests as they dive into a chaotic universe of live music, interviews, sketches, games and jingles.

MC Dynamite

Posted on: September 23rd, 2019 by Théo Tavernier No Comments

Dynamite MC, (born & Dominic Smith, 7 October) grew up around the world , Germany, Ireland, Brazil , Gloucester , Bristol and now London. He originally gained prominence in jungle/drum and bass, working with Roni Size and Reprazent, but has also released hip hop and breaks and garage material.

LionPulse Sound

Posted on: September 23rd, 2019 by Théo Tavernier No Comments

Ambassadors and flingers of dubplates from Trinity Music London, home to Unit 137 Soundsystem.

Real Roots

Posted on: September 20th, 2019 by Théo Tavernier No Comments

Real Roots is firmly established as one of the leading Roots Reggae/Dub outfits on the London circuit. Hosting and performing at regular sell-out events for over 5 years.

Lead by Sattamann with DJ Paulo also their Real Roots selectors (Dark Futures & K.O’s Chilli Dubs) along with guest MCs have been working crowds in bars, clubs & festivals across the capital, throughout the UK and beyond.

Goldie (90 minute set)

Posted on: September 20th, 2019 by Marcus No Comments

A true pioneer of the jungle & DnB scenes, Goldie co-founded the genre-defining label Metalheadz. Unlike some of the more anonymous electronic artists of the time, Goldie has always cultivated a strong personality, combining roots in hiphop and graffiti culture with funk, jazz influences.


Mala (90 minute set)

Posted on: September 17th, 2019 by Marcus No Comments

Mala is a producer, DJ, label owner and visionary best known for his contributions to the scene known as dubstep. But to people who have been touched by his music or moved by his DJing, he holds deeper place in their hearts. Through certain frequencies, his music carries a message that fundamentally connects people.

Dub Phizix & Strategy (90 Minute Set)

Posted on: September 17th, 2019 by Marcus No Comments

Dub Phizix and Strategy shook the UK Bass scene with their breakthrough track Marka a few years ago in collaboration with Skeptical. Since then they’ve endeared themselves to the UK clubbing community in their distinctive style, with Dub Phizix’s FabricLive mix receiving widespread acclaim in 2015.

Most recently, their ‘Well Good Do’ parties have road-blocked clubs across the nation and beyond; their Radio 1 Residency brings this aesthetic to the radio – curating the biggest names, exclusives and laughs in Bass music.

DJ Woody

Posted on: September 17th, 2019 by Marcus No Comments

2 Times World Champion DJ, Lee Woodvine aka Woody is arguably one of the UK’s most influential
turntablists. Known for his innovations, he helped design the Worlds first ever musical turntable instrument (Vestax Controller One) and is famed as a prolific pioneer of new scratch techniques.

Jamie Groovement

Posted on: September 17th, 2019 by Marcus No Comments

Agent J aka Jamie Groovement has warmed up for Ghostface Killah, DJ Format, Lamb, KING, Renegade Brass Band and Nightmare On Wax, played 45 sets ahead of Marlena Shaw, The Excitements, Myron & E, The Souljazz Orchestra, Lee Fields and the MIghty Mocambos, plus opened up at the legendary Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club.
As part of the In The Loop trio, he’s opened for El-P, Talib Kweli, Ultramagnetic MCs, Raekwon, RZA, Pharoahe Monch and been a routine part of the UK’s only official J Dilla tribute night.