Brew//LDN 21 MUSIC
J. Caesar is an artist, producer and DJ hailing from London. His productions have been described as “psychedelic soul”, blending raw rhythms of the UK street soul sound with his own dance floor sensibilities. A similar selection is to be expected from his DJ sets, seamlessly blending soulful genres that never fail to get people dancing.
RAW SILK is the alias of best pals Grace and Steph, an ode to one of their favourite 80’s boogie groups. After meeting & spending one glorious year of dance in Melbourne in 2016, back in London these two are rapidly making a name for themselves by digging deep and voyaging to all four corners of dance.
The Reflex has captured the world’s attention and built an impressive army of fans along the way by taking remixing and audio editing to new heights with his "Revisions". This motto describes accurately the expert craftsmanship involved in turning stems into brand new versions combining creative mixing skills with the connections to track down exclusive multitracks.
Mr. Redley aka Louis Redley is a DJ and promoter from North London. Originally cutting his teeth DJing up in Manchester, the Londoner moved back to the capital to get a job in music. A purveyor of Black Electronic music, with both his radio show and his DJ sets melding the eclectic rhythms of the UK’s electronic dance scene with the deep and soulful history of America’s House and industrial Techno Movements.
A resident on London’s Rinse FM, Eliza Rose's 10 year education working in her local record store Flashback, makes her more qualified than most to step in the booth.
Taking soulful inspiration from her music influences, Eliza Rose channels, Billie Holiday, Al Green and The Supremes into her sets with dusty house grooves, hypnotic funk and smile inducing disco.
WOLF Music Recordings began life in 2009 and was the brainchild of Matt Neale & Stu Clark; two house & disco fanatics who wanted an outlet for their creative endeavours. WOLF Music has always been about the real HOUSE culture; the music and expressions from day dot to the most modern interpretations.
Making an instant impact with a debut vinyl only white label Scarlett O’Malley has been DJing professionally for two years, and record collecting for 13 years. Her go-to style is SOUL | HOUSE | DISCO but her record collection spans 50s doo-wop, to 60s soul, 70s funk, 90s piano heavy house, UKGarage, jazz, latin and much more.
Making an instant impact with a debut vinyl only white label on fledgling imprint Semi Delicious. ‘A Lifetime on the Hips’ exquisitely blends a fierce array of analog House, acid and disco in a tasty four-tacker that has been setting dance floors on fire as AAA promos found their way into the hands of DJ’s like Horse Meat Disco HiFi Sean, Rex The Dog, Philippe Zdar and Auntie Flo, and even a coveted premiere on BBC Radio 1 by Pete Tong himself.
Whether he’s taking the roof off a club with his unique selection of deep and tough house music, enchanting a backroom with a genre-bending set of disco, Balearic, rock and hip hop, or playing chillout music by a pool in Ibiza, Bill Brewster is the man for all occasions.
Rachael cut her teeth in the glitter filled gay bars of east London, peddling spangly disco, chiffon infused Italo and the campest hi-nrg known to man via her very first party Les Poppeurs at world renowned LGBT venue Dalston Superstore
Krywald & Farrer
As lifetime residents of Percolate, Krywald & Farrer have over the years steadily grown into highly regarded artists following the creation of their Persies, Repsies and Top Pocket Records labels. Having built a reputation based on both the depth and breadth of their record selection, the duo have become regulars on both the UK festival circuit and beyond.
Medlar’s musical world is a diverse one, and over more than a decade he has established himself as a key character in the London scene: most of his hours are spent making, buying, playing or talking about music, which lends him the sort of knowledge and understanding that stands him apart, and means he has a unique perspective that allows him to join the dots between sounds and scenes from yesterday to today with a real sense of narrative.