Line up 2017
We have a fabulous line up of musicians, DJ’s and visuals artists set to make Together the best weekend of the summer...again!
Headed up by vocalist Siggi Mwasote and Latin percussionist Cicely Taylor, the group draws on influences from jazz, funk, soul and tropical music.
A legend of the Jungle scene, Tamsin began spinning at the tender age of 13... and her career has seen her play at seminal club nights including: RIP at Clink St, Pirate Club, Telepathy, World Dance, Jungle Fever etc. and as a resident at Sunday Roast, the original London jungle night, playing along side DJs like Grooverider, Colin Dale, Randall, Mickey Finn, Hype, Kenny Ken etc
Blue Lab Beats is the brainchild of NK-OK and Mr D.M - The pair are the engine room behind many of the freshest new acts - Age Of Luna , Ruby Francis , Louis VI and also remixers for Jodie Abacus , Dua Lipa , Rag n Bone man to name a few. Their production style and music is raw but also sophisticated.
IntroducingLive are a unique live prospect. They stage whole albums previously thought unperformable. As previously performed for Rob Da Bank’s Radio 1 show, live at Maida Vale, this six-piece band will be playing Daft Punk’s 2001 ‘Discovery’ album live from start-to-finish. Their first project, to huge acclaim, was recreating DJ Shadow’s 100% sampled classic ‘Endtroducing’. Now they have done their homework to nail every last robotic detail of the French duo’s massive album.
Music was destined to set the pulse for Severino's life since first discovering his sisters vinyl collection at the tender age of seven.
Futuristic disco and seductive tones worked their magic on him and he went on to DJ at just about every world famous club there is, uniting different musical tribes around the world with his beautiful disco vibes.
His set will be a night of pure disco heaven and one to remember.
Formed in 1994 , Akasha were members of the original Wall of Sound bratpack of 1995.
Akasha's legendary music stretches stylistically from the cosmic jazz infused “Mescalin”, to brass led funkatronic workouts such as “Cold Fusion”.
Whilst their music is admired by DJ’s and Producers, Akasha are first and foremost exceptional musicians who embrace their leftfield sensibilities and eclectic influences.
Dan Fraser is based in South Devon and at 19 years old, has already accumulated an impressive armoury of songs. His subject matter ranges from love and heartbreak to political commentary and sharp, witty everyday observations. He is shortly moving to Brighton to study at the Insitute of Music and is certainly one to watch for the future.
Daft Pink is a multi-talented female collective playing what they want, when they want it.
Expect anything and everything from funk to jungle, loads of party tunes in between and beautiful visuals to boot.
Soul music, sixties groovers, northern stompers, gritty funk, disco tinged crossover and Motown monsters.... music they love all played from vinyl.
Comes with everything from electronica to heavy jungle, and balearic thrown in for good measure!
The mystery man is back again. Ready to cater for all your raving needs... MAKE SOME NOISE!
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.
Band members Marts & Mista V span the genres and generations to bring people together as one. If Quincy Jones met Tom Middleton and Patrice Rushen in the pub and at closing time they all went back to Greg Edwards house for a party... err it might sound a bit like this. 100% sunshine guaranteed.
Bruce will be playing material from the more ambient end of his catalogue. Visuals are supplied by old friend Ed Richardson. Bring your pipe, pillow and slippers.
As a founder of the long-established Digital City warehouse parties, and resident DJ for the Disco Shed festival collective, BustMasta BarryDark has also developed a two fold speciality in promoting highly clandestine electronic music showcases in extraordinary locations throughout the big smoke, while also taking a live re-edit party sound to national and international festivals including SGP, Dimensions (Croatia), Bestival, Big Chill, Bogotrax (Columbia), Shambala and Latitude. This approach has seen him warm up for the likes of DJ Yoda, Jon Hopkins, Roni Size, Trojan Soundsystem, Fuck Buttons, Mark E, Tom Middleton, Max Cooper, Coldcut, Dub Pistols, A Skillz, DJ Semtex, Luke Slater, Plaid, and the much missed DJ Derek.
DJ Andy Newcombe (DISCOBOX / HPA) and percussionist Patrick Dawes (Groove Armada / Richie Havens / The Herbaliser) touch down at Together to present their ANDY&PATRICK show. Expect disco influenced tracks from Andy with Patrick adding his highly energetic and creative percussion. Lookout for Patrick playing congas, bongos, timbales, whistles, bells and his legendary frying pan.
Mach V's visual career now spans 17 years of supplying visuals for some of the greatest names in dance music - DJ Pierre, Liquid, Jon da Silva, Luke Vibert, Billy Nasty and Hardfloor to name but a few. For Together he will be reigniting his long standing partnership with East London electronica duo Echaskech as well as a live visuals mix for Altern8's Mark Archer.
Former Big Chill visuals co-ordinator, video artist and film maker, amukidi spends his retirement in leisurely pursuits, like making visuals for Together
The Shankz, otherwise known as Lady SK, Monk de Wally de Honk and Sh*t Bob, are venturing out from behind the U bend to make you dance. Expect the hits. And Monk may even give you a mix. And remember: No Shankz, No Thankz.
A crossroads collision between Orbital & Ulrich Schnauss". DJ Magazine
Dialog's deep cinematic atmospheres meet Andy Stone's (Soxan) impressionist style visuals. Last seen at Festinho, they have reunited for an after hours down-tempo set.
Stuart has been a DJ since the early nineties. A smile will be understood and reciprocated, because a smile is something that everybody, everywhere, does in the same language.