Saturday 20 Oct 2018 2:00pm - 9:00pm
After the success of our last drum and bass garden party we knew it had to happen again!
This time we bring you 3 headliners, label boss BCee
, one of the smoothest operators in drum and bass LSB
and Med school bad man Royalston
So come join us for a day filled with Sunshine, friends, drinks, wicked music and nothing but positive vibes.
As head of renowned label Spearhead Records
’s golden ear has introduced a galaxy of new talent to the world. Artists like SPY
, Netsky & Technimatic
cut their teeth at the label, rubbing shoulders with scene giants like Danny Byrd
and Alix Perez
’s love of discovering and developing young, promising artists such as Hybrid Minds
makes him a natural fit with the Clinic
After starting his DJ career in 1995, BCee fell in love with the sound of musical Drum & Bass. He has released over 100 tracks and remixes across 4 studio albums, 2 remix albums and a whole load of singles and EPs. Some of his most notable tracks include: Is Anybody Out There?
, Back To The Street
feat. Philippa Hanna
, Come & Join Us
, Lost & Foun
d feat. Rocky Nti
In 2005 BCee launched Spearhead Records,
which rapidly developed from a simple record label into a fully-fledged event brand. Having outgrown Brixton’s Plan B and Shoreditch’s Village Underground, BCee’s ‘Spearhead Presents’ club events go from strength to strength. Alongside their current residency at the massive five-room EGG:LDN, Spearhead continues to tour the brand both at home and away.
LSB’s first forays into Drum & Bass came in the early 2000’s as the co-promoter of the hugely successful ‘Bounce’ nights in Norwich. Cutting his teeth behind the decks as one of the resident DJ’s, he had already turned his hand to production by the time the team behind Bounce called it a day in 2007. His first productions surfaced on the now defunct imprints Bingo Beats (run by the legendary DJ Zinc) & Deep Soul Music in 2007-08. After a small hiatus
spent honing his craft, he returned with fresh music in 2011 and his stock has been rising ever since.
Sydney-based, classically trained, DJ and producer Dylan Martin
(middle name Royalston) has been listening to drum & bass since ’93, producing for 12 years and DJ-ing for over a decade. A man of many talents, Royalston is also an illustrator and designer and first got into music production when he was making a soundtrack to a 3D animation. His music is characterized by a raw, analogue sound with a techy edge – thanks to plenty of hardware like his favourite Korg MS-20 – and he has released on labels such as Bad Taste and Black Acre before signing exclusively to Med School in 2012. Since then, our guy from down under has featured heavily on Hospital and Med School compilations as well as releasing his second album ‘People on the Ground’. An album rife with switch-ups and influences from genres such as techno, trance and house, it’s a step-up from the experimentation of ‘OCD’ and shows the diversity of knowledge and influence in Royalston’s repertoire. Singer Hannah Joy joins for two songs on the album, providing warming vocals on title-track ‘People on the Ground’ and heavy roller ‘Give Me the Word’.
Most people don’t know that Royalston illustrates the artwork on his own releases. His latest album, 'Popular Mechanics' is his best work yet.