Line up 2019
Back once again with 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!
Nominated as Best Female Jungle DJ in the We Love Jungle Awards 2017 & 18, pioneering ‘Queen of The Jungle’ has been representing hard with her turntable skills and Subwoofah brand since 2011, but has really made her mark on the production game this year.
With releases on Deep In The Jungle, Audio Addict, Liondub international alongside Bou, Murky Digital and Dutty Bass Audio she has been recognised as a one to watch, her music and story has recently been featured by Drum & Bass Arena, UKF and Red Bull to name a few and now she’s gonna smash it at Together 2019!
East London's Stick In The Wheel are headed by singer Nicola Kearey, and guitarist/producer Ian Carter.
Known for their fierce, raw delivery, this is culturally and politically switched-on music, with the group widely commended for their timely appraisal of English Folk. Their skill in telling stories through song reconnect modern audiences to the past, drawing unexpected parallels between then and now.
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.
Bobby Friction has been spreading Indian/Pakistani/World Electronica for decades now. His legendary Radio shows first on BBC Radio 1, then the BBC Asian Network have been & are still listened to across the globe. With 25 years of Djing, Broadcasting & Documentary making under his belt expect a Bass Heavy, Global Sounds Centric attack on your senses
Matt Black is half of legendary DJ duo and multimedia pop group Coldcut, formed in 1987, and founders of Ninja Tune. In 2015 Ninja Tune celebrated 25 years as one of the worlds leading electronic music labels and a beacon for the independent music spirit.
Catchi is the head honcho for Bristol based Minotaur Sound, she’s getting a reputation for melodic sets that take you on a house infused journey. She’s happiest when surrounded by cats, glitter and good music. Liek Together, she is also passionate about gender equal lineups and inclusive nights. She’s not afraid to cross genres and can keep everyone very happy on the dancefloor.
Jinjé (aka Lee Malcolm) is a founding member of experimental Leeds-based band Vessels who have morphed into a maximalist live techno outfit, as evidenced by their last two albums- ‘Dilate’ (released in March 2015) and ‘The Great Distraction’, which came out on Different Recordings in Sep 2017. Lee also had a run of techno releases under his Lee J Malcolm moniker for Messrs.Kick&Drum and Ostgut Ton.
DJ Addiction started his career in the music world way back in the days of the early illegal rave scene. His name Addiction came from his absolute passion for buying vinyls of all genres but predominantly dance music As the rave movement swept the country Addiction started putting mixtapes together and that’s where the story began…
TwoManTing was formed in 2004 when Sierra Leonean drummer Jah-man Aggrey, and guitarist Jon Lewis were playing together as part of dance band, Le Cod Afrique, at venues such as Montreux Jazz Festival and WOMAD.
The duo immediately became a hit with their brand of bouncy “Sunshine Afro-roots”.
Widely known for his dance floor filling solo productions and eclectic DJ sets, as well as producing albums with Roots Manuva and Deemas J.
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.
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.
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.
Funky, soul, breakie shizzle
Glyn Bigga Bush and friends play the music of Khruangbin (and one or two others). Super-chilled live three piece, psychedelic surf guitars with a Middle Eastern twang, beautiful basslines and solid grooves.
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
Cordelia has been writing and performing music for almost twenty years. Her solo set comprises of stripped back folk-soul songs that are played using only the E-String of her Spanish guitar...
Dub, dancehall dosser, Rex Domino is south coast DIY collective Moosehead International Airport's head honcho. Performing solo spoken word and acoustic shows, charango in hand, he straddles the worlds of reggae, hip-hop and spoken word.
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.
Stefan Goodchild (AKA Token Male) is an AV artist and designer, best known for his live modular visuals that have backdropped LCD Soundsystem, Peter Gabriel and Queen, amongst others. His musical works reach back over 25 years, notably to the late 90's as Stabilizer, and more recently as a remixer for Nine Inch Nails and Peter Gabriel. From Bognor, to Berlin, to 5000 damp punters at in Glastonbury's John Peel tent, he has DJ'd the world-over and, finally, he'll be joining us at Together 2019!
Yeti Bianco write and perform their very own brand of Psychedelic Indie Disco. Comprised of David Baker (Mill’s Harm, Guns of Navarone) on Vox/Keys, John Feay (The Fazers, Cannon Street Armada) on Guitars, Rob Cutler (Roshambo) on Bass, and, James Luke (Roshambo) on Drums.
Mr Pedro is a London born and bred record collector, DJ and radio host with more than 20 years in the game. Growing up in London, his tastes and record collection are a reflection of the many colours and cultures that exist in the city. Over the last ten years, he has brought his eclectic tastes to dance floors and sound systems across London playing at some of the city’s best known clubs such as XOYO and Plastic People (RIP) as well as many underground parties. And as one of the founding DJ’s on NTS Radio, he has held down Saturday nights for the last seven years with his bi-weekly show The Extended Play Sessions. Playing anything and everything, from the obscure and rare to the obvious, the approach is simple, if it works it works. Comfortable playing the newest Detroit release alongside a tropical obscurity on the dance floor, you can be sure to expect the unexpected.
Comes with everything from electronica to heavy jungle, and balearic thrown in for good measure!
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!
Simon just knows what track to play next!
Laid back hip hop, jazz and soul to banish the last of the hangover and ease you into the night ahead.
Im a kid called Alex, 15 yrs old, embarking on a musical journey. My influences are classical rock guitarists like Hendrix. I was inspired to pick up the guitar after going to open Mic nights and live music gigs from an early age. I come from a musical family, both my parents play. As I have got older I have started to develop my own styles but with influences of the old school rock legends.
A crossroads collision between Orbital & Ulrich Schnauss". DJ Magazine
Dialog is a producer who blends an atmospheric cinematic style with ambient dub, electronica and deep techno.
How low can you go?