Darryl Marsden is a DJ rooted in all things soulful – be it funk, disco, house, jazz, hip-hop or soul; it’s gotta be groovin’. Maintaining a keen ear for new cuts as well as constantly digging into the archives, don’t be surprised to hear a jazz-funk number from 1974 next to an instrumental disco edit from last week! He is resident at local club night ‘Ghetto Child’ and a regular on the bar scene in Manchester – so if you’re coming out, make sure you pack your dancing’ shoes…
Mr Kenzo is a mad man. He jumps from genre to genre, mixes sound to sound. From 80s Funk Soul Classics to 90s R&B / Gangsta Rap to Trap / Booty Bass / Ratchet Anthems of the 21st Century.
His eclectic music tastes is twinned with his debonair reckless lifestyle; one minute you will find him partying hard in a Berlin warehouse party, next thing you know he’s admiring homeware at The White Company in London. That’s just how he rolls.
Mat has DJing and running nights in Manchester for over 10 years, mainly playing Hip Hop and R&B, as well as Disco, boogie, soul & funk: starting off as a resident DJ at the legendary Friends & Family night (and summer BBQ parties) for Fat City Records, and recently playing at nights like Block Party, Lean Back, Illmatic & Gold Teeth.
Mat is a regular DJ at loads of bars round Manchester: Tariff & Dale, Terrace, Trof, Kosmonaut, Electrik and Walrus as well as being the resident DJ at Beat Street/Food Fight, he has regularly played at street parties and festivals too.
A member of Manchester’s creative, music collectives – Grey and Murkage Cartel. With half of his life spent in Africa and the other in Europe, Robb reflects his unique background with an eclectic style of dancehall, afrobeats, r&b and hip-hop. Known for his high energy, quick mixing style – Robb Rocks is renowned for his ability to incite a buck wild party.
Gareth has built a strong reputation as a hip hop DJ and has played at many clubs and festivals across the UK and Europe, including hosting his own arena at the Parklife festival in Manchester. He’s also a regular at the Kendal Calling festival.
Mof has been DJing since he was 10, and has been playing around Manchester for over 10 years, as well as sets at UK festivals, and in the capital. As well as DJing, Mof writes for Vice, NME, and has written a book. Playing hip hop, R&B, reggae, garage punk, tropicalia, disco, soul, and whatever else he likes, most tastes are as broad as they are long, and can be found on Twitter.