2018 MUSIC



We’re delighted to announce that Massive Attack and Bristol legend Daddy G will be our Thursday night headliner, supported by the fantastic Boca 45. Daddy G will spin his signature selection of the finest dub, reggae, funk, disco and hip hop – perfect tunes for enjoying an astounding line-up of beers and a mouthwatering selection of street food. When you’ve had that much fun, work on Friday will be a breeze!


Dig, eat, beats, repeat – four words that sum up the life of Boca 45. Known as somewhat of a Bristol institution from his early days selling hip hop from behind the counter of the seminal purple penguin record shop. With so many releases over the years on labels such as Island, Domino, Grand Central Illicit, Jalapeno, Unique and Jack to Phono, under a slew of aliases, it’s sometimes tricky to pin the man down. As he says himself, the best way to soak up the Boca 45 experience is to catch one of his blistering live DJ sets.
Listen to Boca 45 on Soundcloud


Discofunk London resident and floor shaking party starter Don Simón is back again, bringing his fusion of funky breaks, disco, hip hop and soul. Inspired by. Inspired by performers such as DJ Yoda, Beardyman and the Cuban Brothers, Don Simón’s style is eclectic but familiar, presenting classic grooves in a new light.
Listen to Don Simo´n’s CBR17 set on Soundcloud



Renowned and respected worldwide for his highly technical turntablism, meticulously crafted DJ sets and party-punching productions, Krafty Kuts is in a league of his own. One of the key pioneers in the UK breakbeat and bass movement, he has multiple awards to his name and has released music on the likes of Ministry Of Sound, OWSLA, Southern Fried, DMC, Fabric and many more. Living, breathing and sleeping the funk without compromise.
Listen to Krafty Kuts on Soundcloud


What can we say about Don Letts? Filmmaker, broadcaster, style and culture connoisseur, oh and as a DJ he may have been responsible for introducing some band called The Clash to reggae… Yep, ‘Legend’ in short we believe is the term. Bringing things to a mellow but funky conclusion the original Rebel Dread will be there to make sure that the beer flows freely with a suitable soundtrack to boot. 
Listen to Don Letts’ Culture Clash Radio on BBC Radio 6 Music


Aroop Roy is a UK artist and producer, whose music blends together the organic elements of afro, latin, jazz and disco with the modern edge of house, hip hop and techno. His productions have been supported worldwide by DJs across all genres, from global tastemakers such as Gilles Peterson to house legends like Francois K and Karizma. His recent reworks of jazz, funk and latin music have featured in a range of BBC radio shows including those of Craig Charles, Radcliffe and Maconie, and Pete Tong.
Listen to Aroop Roy on Soundcloud


Jive Talk are a London based duo who’ve been making waves. Having only formed in 2016 the pair quickly picked up residencies at Gottwood Festival (part of Gottwood Allstars), 12 Inch LDN, and House of Disco (UK), they’ve already played some of the UK’s best Festivals and parties, supporting the likes of Horse Meat Disco, Crazy P, Bill Brewster, Tristan Da Cunha, Pete Herbert, Greg Wilson and many more. In between their busy DJ schedule they can be found cooking up their own original material.
Listen to Jive Talk on Soundcloud



Known worldwide as a DJ & turntablist Mr Thing is a name synonymous with Hip-Hop that always brings a smile to the faces of fans and promoters alike as they remember genius performances of impeccable skill. He always creates flawless and exciting sets mixing some of the rarest records with some of the best loved records ever heard with an apparently effortless ease honed after years of practice.
Listen to Mr Thing on Mixcloud


Vinyl addict and music journalist Pete Paphides, will be joining us again to play his eclectic selection of Reggae, Funk, Rock, Pop & Soul. A true favourite of the Saturday afternoon crowds. 
Check out his CBR14 set on Soundcloud


Alice Says is an Australian-born DJ and producer who burst on to the London scene in 2012. In a short time she has developed a full-time career, with billings at Ministry of Sound, Pacha London, Lightbox, WeAreFstvl 2014, Jade Club Zurich, Shoreditch & Soho House, Cream and Hed Kandi parties in Ibiza, London Fashion Week, London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Rhythm Factory and many many more. 
Listen to Alice Says on Soundcloud



An iconic name in dance music, A Guy Called Gerald stands out for consistent innovation, excellence and refusal to compromise. A Guy Called Gerald kick started Europe’s acid house frenzy with his ’88 classic ‘Voodoo Ray’ and ‘Pacific State’ (as part of 808 State) and went on to lay down the blueprint for jungle / drum n bass. Nine albums and 25 years of independence later, he continues to push the boundaries of electronic dance music touring worldwide bringing his “true school” flavour to a world overloaded with pop pap.
Listen to A Guy Called Gerald on Soundcloud


Over 6 years in and The London Disco Society have become synonymous with good times covering all corners of the Disco spectrum from past, present and future. They’ve hosted a huge list of memorable parties inviting acts such as Horse Meat Disco, Faze Action, Rayko, Yam Who, Mighty Mouse & Bill Brewster to share the decks with them. Expect Boogie anthems, classic Disco, re-edits and stone cold original cuts blended with a sprinkle of House. 
Listen to London Disco Society on Soundcloud


Resident of Lucy’s Disco, Lucid Stannard has been spreading her wings rapidly throughout London and as far as Berlin, Croatia and even Uganda, with an upcoming gig at Goat Festival in Goa too. She has played for a number of well known brands and parties, including Baby G, Matches Fashion Gottwood, Secret Garden Party, Festival Number 6, Futureboogie and Percolate. Playing an array of genres from funk, jazz, disco, house, afrobeat and everything in between.
Listen to Lucid Stannard on Soundcloud


London House Cats Choir is one of the country’s leading House Music choirs. That’s right! This choir sings House Music! Founded by House Music expert Kayo Anosike, this choir delivers House Music favourites in a way not heard before. Drawing on traditional techniques from negro spirituals, gospel and soul, using a blend of uplifting 3-part harmonies, this contemporary choir brings it’s audience the passion, energy and ethos that has been at the very core of House Music since it’s birth.
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