A big thank you to the acts that will be helping us raise money for Oxfam and be entertaining you.



Cooly G

In a scene saturated with DJs and producers, Cooly G stands out as someone occupying her own unique musical headspace, making music in a league all of her own. Her inimitable production and vocal style melds elements of bass, UK funk, garage, deep house and cosmic, high tech soul into a seductive whole.

Cooly is synonymous with the Hyperdub label, having released several huge underground anthems plus her critically acclaimed debut album ‘Playin’ Me’ on the imprint.

Cooly also releases on her own Dub Organiser imprint, plus Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood recordings, has turned out killer remixes for The Knife, King Midas Sound, and has toured the states with the XX. Check out Cooly’s amazing Boiler Room mix here.



A radio enthusiast since her student days, Debonair has gained a loyal following by harnessing a talent for juxtaposing genres, eras and textures on her fortnightly NTS radio show.

Formerly Head of Radio at the station, she is now more likely to be found in the booth, bringing new wave, vintage electronica and raw techno to the dance floor during one of her London residencies (The Star of Kings, Squares Electronic Night), or club sets (recent gigs include Fabric and The Nest).

A South London lover, she highlighted the musical excellence of the area with her ‘Brixton Allstars’ series on Resonance FM – broadcasting the viewpoints and experiences of local legends such as Linton Kwesi Johnson and Loefah (DMZ). Catch her radio show live on alternate Tuesday evenings, 7-8pm on NTS Radio.



Hailing from South London, this Brixton Grime Mc/Rapper is raw, straight- up and electrifying. This man defines the word ‘Independent’ completely. Having his own home studio, Grizzly is all hands-on-deck with his work. Recording, engineering, releasing and promoting all his own material Grizzly is a solo artist like no other.

Having worked with some big names in the Grime scene such as Typah, Big Narstie & Killa P to name a few, Grizzly is no stranger to the scene. He has 6 Mixtape/Albums and a number of Videos on Youtube since 2008 and he shows no sign of slowing down any time soon. Check out all things Grizzly here.


Mr Basista

Sharing the stage with the likes of Tinie Tempah, Bassment Jaxx and Disclosure is no easy feat but Mr Basista has the stamina for it. Having produced singles for other vocalists such as Queen of Bass Ayah Marar he is currently working on a track with the Queen of Garage Kele Le Roc.

Mr Basista’s has played at some of the biggest parties in the UK and abroad, Radio One’s Hackney Weekend, Soundwave Croatia and Love Box. Air plays of his solo productions and lyrics have been played on BBC Radio One, Annie Mac and Nick Grimshaw, Mista Jam on BBC 1Xtra, Rinse FM, Kiss and many more. The video for his latest release ‘Basista Skank’ has featured on NME TV and Channel AKA.




Mangoseed are a band comprising of a Trinidadian, a Jamaican and a Australian.

Formed in 2008 by front man Nicholai La Barrie and guitarist Karlos Coleman, Mangoseed fuse funk guitar riffs and rock bass with a poetical hip hop lyrical delivery to create their own unique sound.

Mangoseed are known for their highly energetic live shows and their eclectic sound, drawing from genres such as reggae and funk.


Mella Dee

As one half of the UKG deejay and production duo Mistamen, Mella Dee’s solo sound has evolved out of a true passion for all things garage and a perpetual dedication to hip hop, combined with a love for house music and heavy influence from the darkness of UK funky. Together, these elements have enabled Mella Dee to develop a unique approach to the fusion of these sounds, into one rugged soundscape that is simultaneously house and garage.

These foundations enabled the ambitious Mella to secure deejay sets at some of the UK’s most highly respected clubs including as Fabric, Sub Club, XOYO, Cable, Dogma and Mint Club in addition to the Outlook, Tramlines and Parklife Festivals.



Marcus Reeves

Writer and performer Marcus Reeves performance career spans work as an actor, stand-up comic, singer songwriter and performance poet. As part of London’s alternative cabaret scene he has performed alongside such luminaries as David Hoyle, Dickie Beau and Jonny Woo. Mixing his roots as a singer songwriter with influences from musical theatre, pop, rock and dance music, Marcus has recently found his true voice with his own brand of ‘twisted rock cabaret’.

His singles ‘Smoke & Mirrors’, ‘Radio Head’, ‘Mistaken Identity’ and ‘Black Tears’ are available on iTunes and Spotify now.

For a free download, join his mailing list at



DJ Food

DJ Food is an electronic music project currently headed by Kevin Foakes, aka Strictly Kev. Originally conceived by the members of Coldcut on the Ninja Tune independent record label, the project started in 1990 on the premise of providing metaphorical “food for DJs”. DJ Food released the Jazz Brakes series, with Jazz Brakes Volume 3 being the most successful. The records consisted of collections of breaks, loops and samples, that could be used for mixing, remixing and producing.



VCR is South London’s only 100% dedicated regular audio-visual night.
Each month residents BRXTNFNK and Tom Central (Keep Up!), plus monthly special guests bring together a selection of beats, bass and videos in high definition aimed straight at the dancefloor.
VCR’s current residency is held monthly at Brixton’s Electric Social.
Dance with your eyes AND ears…



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