Swiss has many talents and has a long history in the music industry. Since 1998, Swiss has hailed from the stables of the infamous So Solid Crew as a DJ/producer in their early years.
In 2016, Swiss became the official DJ in the culture clash playing against the likes of Wiz Khalifa (Taylor Gang), Popcaan (Mixpack) and Wiley (Eskimo Dance) for 20,000 people.
So Solid Crew set the trend on the underground scene, and even today their success has been unmatched by any other garage crews or collectives.
Lonyo is a DJ, singer, producer, actor and the man behind the Top 10 hits ‘Summer of Love’, 'Garage Girls' and 'Destiny', which was one of the first ever 2-step Garage tracks.
Amongst this, Lonyo boasts an impressive DJ career, having DJ’d at events held by the likes of JAY Z, Janet Jackson, Lewis Hamilton, Thierry Henry, Kanye West and MTV Base.
Policy is an international DJ & host providing an enthusiastic, fun approach to playing Hip Hop. Having worked with Nas, Missy Elliot and Ludacris in the past, he also boasts club credits from Ministry of Sound UK to the biggest club in the world, Privilege Ibiza.
Past Special Guests
special Guest Djs
The Menendez Brothers
The Menendez Brothers, identical twins from West London, are quite simply London's foremost party-starters. They are responsible for curating and holding down residencies at many of London's most prestigious clubs and festivals. In fact, they are the brains and the DJs behind house and techno festivals Found and 51st State, vintage dance music night Feelings, and So Fresh So Clean, not to mention heading up their own Planetary Notions label... to name just a few of their many commitments.
It's no surprise then that they are among the capital's most in-demand DJs with over 100 shows in 2016 around the UK, across Europe and in New York.
special Guest mc
MC Creed has been firmly established in the house & garage industry since 1989. He was one of the first UKG artists to achieve chart success with ‘Good Rhymes’ & ‘We Are Da Click’, produced with fellow partners Pied Piper, Unknown MC, PSG & Valerie.
He is part of the collective of founders of the UK garage industry and helped the progression of the ‘UKG’ scene become a worldwide commercially recognised genre, achieving No. 1 chart success, which, in turn, led to a catalogue of highly successful mainstream and underground releases for Creed.
Special Guest Performer
Denzee is a singer/songwriter and the voice behind one of the biggest UK Garage smash hits “Sorry (I Didn’t Know)”, produced by Monsta Boy, which to this day is still played in every club throughout the UK and has been nominated for many awards (including Best Garage track of all time!) Nottingham born and raised Denzee has been working the mic since the 90s, starting out as a sound man and rapper/singer but rising to prominence when he moved on to the UK Garage scene in 1998. Denzee is still heavily involved in music and has been working hard on new projects including experimenting with different genres such as funky and soulful house and liquid drum and bass.
Denzee is currently working with B-Mac on new Garage material to be released via "Switching Records" with the debut EP released on March 2nd featuring tracks with the Ragga Twins, Shelly Nelson, and many more.
Lifford (Please don't turn me on)
Lifford is one of the UK’s leading vocalists. His first release, at just 17, was a collaboration with MC Mushtaq on a track called ‘Take You Home’, which fuelled his new passion, leading him to become the front man in a group called Public Demand.
After a short break, Lifford went back to singing for himself as an artist and collaborated with garage act Artful Dodger on a track called ‘Please Don’t Turn Me On’, which was a top 4 hit in November 2000. This catapulted Lifford back into the limelight on a higher level; doing radio shows and TV performances on shows including Later with Jools Holland, Children in Need, Live and Kicking, London Evening News, T.F.I. Friday, Top of the Pops, MTV, Disney Channel, Nickelodeon and C.D.U.K.