Line up 2019
Once again we have a fabulous line up of musicians, DJ’s and visuals artists set to make Together 2019 the best weekend of the summer... lots more to follow soon!
The multi-talented instrumentalist, DJ and producer Flevans’ musical career took off when a demo tape assembled on an old four-track (whilst the producer should have been attending lectures at veterinary college) made its way to Rob Luis. Impressed, he immediately signed the project up to the renowned Tru Thoughts imprint for a string of EPs on the label. He’ll be joining us with his live band fronted by the magnificent Laura Vane.
Danny McLewin is one half of the the UK duo, Psychemagik, known for their beautiful production work, prolific remixing skills, obscenely vast record collections and transcendent mixtape journeys.
Dan's vast musical knowledge and his expertly curated compilations have made him an expert in 70's and 80's music covering a wide range of genres.
Dan's dj excursions will take you on a mind-bending journey of afro disco, new wave, bollywood, electronic body music, space disco and beyond, let go of your inhibitions and enjoy the ride!
With an impressive and eclectic record collection, Destiny is a budding young DJ with an apparent old soul, showing a particular interest in disco, funk, jungle and garage.
South London bred and now residing in Australia, Nico Lupo stashed his lunch money to buy vinyl from London’s iconic record shops. His collection covers more than a few genres, bringing to life the sounds of polluted house, garage, bass and grime so expect to hear what you’re not expecting. Nico has played large festivals to intimate events across five continents and has worked with musical martians including, DJ EZ, Bok Bok, Oneman, Dusky, Disclosure, Pendulum and Eric Prydz.
Glyn “Bigga” Bush: ex Rockers Hi Fi midi maestro; producer of heavyweight BiggaBush tunes and dub latin amalgam Lightning Head; afrobeat wrangler; head beat-head of the Magic Drum Orchestra; freestyle frock-wearing DJ and purveyor of interesting mashups and versions.
Described by the late great DJ Derek as "the Ant & Dec of reggae". Described by intercontinental techno big dawg Jon Hopkins as "the Cannon & Ball of dubstep". Described by themselves variously as "beats and bass", "Acid House Carnival", and "a pair of wannabe rude boys from the home counties". Johnny Clash and Duck aka Bam Bam Sound currently reside in sunny south-east London and broadcast on Purple Radio. You can get a taste of what to expect here
Funky, soul, breakie shizzle
Futuristic riddims sent back through a wormhole by a band of post-apocalyptic dancehall loving robots.
Robot Riddims combines circuit bent drums, 8-bit sound chips and a healthy dose of bass into a tasty lo-fi stew, before live dub mixing the results for your listening pleasure.
Resistance is futile.
Dadhaus are two music obsessives touched by the hand of the rave and seeking to rekindle the simple love of analog synths and glowsticks.
They have released a number of EPs and remixes ranging from hands in the air house music, chunky breakbeats to pure deepness, always with an eye on the dancefloor. After their Together debut last year, they look forward to serving up more of the same!
How low can you go?
Dog Unit are a four-piece instrumental improv rock band. Purveyors of entrancing drone, tactile texture, slow-mo polyrhythm and skewiff riff.
Simon just knows what track to play next!