Velvet Season & The Hearts of Gold

They have captured the imagination of sophisticated music lovers and DJ’s via their acclaimed innovative productions, remixes, and unique collectable special version edits for Hivern Discs, Resista, Golf Channel etc, as well as their bi-monthly radio show on Worldwide FM.

Velvet Season’s musical history speaks for itself – Gerry, alongside DJ Harvey, created and produced the infamous ‘Black Cock’ Records, and Joel, is one half of cult Balearic Exotica duo Quiet Village, alongside Matt Edwards (Radio Slave).

As DJs, VSHOG see no genre boundaries on the dancefloor, and intrinsically understand the power of music to elevate your mind body & soul – Narcotic House Music, New York Disco classics, funky Euro electronica, Tropical booty-shakers, downtempo twilight sleaze, spiritual jazz, and everything in-between!

Gerry & Joel have played the World’s finest nightclubs and festivals over the years both individually and collectively – Panorama Bar/Cocktail D’Amour Berlin, Plastic People/Fabric/ London, Yellow/Vent Tokyo, Sonar Festival Barcelona, Potato Head Beach Club Bali, Deep Space NYC, Lux Lisbon, to name but a few!

Spiritland Selectors

Spiritland is London’s groundbreaking musical and cultural powerhouse, with an uncompromising approach to sound and musical curation across two venues, as well as a dedicated headphone bar and radio studio.

They are particularly known for their depth of programming. They have collaborated with several arts institutions, fashion houses and designers, since their launch in 2016.

Spiritland Selectors play a deep, eclectic and imaginative selection of music across the board from minimal and downtempo to rare boogie and forward-thinking electronica, always played from the heart and from the bottomless record collections of four Spiritland residents – Michelle Kelly, Sam Don, Miche and Spiritland’s Artistic Director Paul Noble.

Jeremy Spellacey

Lost in music and neck deep in the world of records, Jeremy caught the bug during the late 90s in his native Wellington, NZ. Following a move to London in 2000, he spent the next ten years loitering in Soho’s record stores, DJing at East End parties and running with local music crews, this left an indelible mark.

A move to Melbourne in 2000 and a partnership with Jamie Bennett lead to the birth of Crown Ruler’s online record store. Showcasing his expansive musical knowledge and knack for trawling forgotten music from across the globe, the unearthing and celebration of music goes deep. It has lead him to consult on a number of acclaimed reissues, curate and source records for a wide variety of local and international clients and launch the Crown Ruler record label. This all culminated in 2017’s Crown Ruler SoundCompilation for London based label, Space Talk. In 2018 Jeremy’s hard work and keen ear saw him start work for Soundway records, working alongside label boss Miles Cleret curating and licensing releases for the esteemed London based label.

A former broadcaster for Melbourne’s PBS 106.7fm and playing events with the likes of Larry Heard, Theo Parrish, ESG, Greg Wilson, Horse Meat Disco, Idjut Boys, Awesome Tapes From Africa and more, Jeremy’s musical gauge is set directly to the heart, head and ears. Expect his genre bending sets to have no rules, you’ll hear the unheard and obscure right next to stone cold classics.


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.

What began as a monthly party in Peckham has now led the duo into raw territory. Grace works at record shop The BBE store in Hackney’s Institute of Light, a dusty treasure trove of soul, jazz, house, disco & electro cuts, and as a result RAW SILK are becoming known as eclectic selectors that play across the board. They know how to add in a few surprises and always keep you moving.

Grace and Steph have been residents for much-loved London boogie crew Percolate since 2017, supporting the likes of Horse Meat Disco, Bicep, Maurice Fulton, Todd Terje, CC Disco, Greg Wilson, Dan Shake, Honey Dijon, Derrick Carter, Nabihah Iqbal, Seven Davis Jnr. + many more.

They bring their left-field grooves & dance-floor sounds to their Netil Radio show every month. 2018 saw them play at clubs and festivals across the UK from fabric & e1, to Sub Club, Gottwood and beyond.


Alex ‘Kiwi’ Warren’s passion for music has been a fire that has long burned within. From humble beginnings as an in-house photographer for the world-famous DURRR club-night, started by Erol Alkan’s much celebrated Trash team, to the runaway success of his own club nights, it’s his prolific productions and genre blending extended dj sets that are now catapulting him into the spotlight.

Warren’s success as a one-man promotions company, cultivating his ever popular club-night, Orlando Boom and its disco-focussed sister night, Kate Boss, caught the attention of The Columbo Group who swiftly appointed him as their booking and promotions manager for The Nest.

Kiwi soon realised that he had more to offer than just his promoter skills and he began to channel his energy into playing and creating music. Releases on Days of Being Wild, Jack Savidge and Edwin Congreave’s highly acclaimed Deep Shit, DFTD, Optimo, Moda Black, Sneaky Music and Virgin EMI followed, and in 2015, his track Short Tail was nominated for Song Of The Year at the DJ Mag Best Of British awards. He’s produced an abundance of remixes for high-profile artists such as; Who Made Who, Locassolus, Paramida, Is Tropical, The Klaxons and more. This incredible output has earned him a wealth of support from some of the scenes biggest names including; Andrew Weatherall, DJ Harvey, Gerd Janson, Daniel Avery, Erol Alkan, Optimo, Rob da Bank, Annie Mac and Skream.

2017 saw the release of his Orca EP on Bristol’s Futureboogie imprint with the title track receiving rave reviews in Mixmag and topping the dance charts on Juno and Beatport for seven weeks. This was swiftly followed by releases on Dusky’s 17 steps, and a vinyl-only release alongside Joakim on DJ Tennis’ Life and Death. As well as being busy in the studio, Kiwi has also been out on the road touring Asia twice, North America and Europe. Add to that a packed festival season and holding down his residency at XOYO in London, Kiwi has carved out a name for himself with his all night long DJ sets that effortlessly blend balearic, disco, house, Detroit techno and everything in between.

2018 has already been a big one for the DJ Mag nominee, with a string of releases gaining notoriety on the likes of Moscoman’s Disco Halal and a new one for 17 Steps, as well as a return to Correspondent and releases on Cin Cin and Toy Tonics to come. With imminent plans for a label of his own, and his uncompromising ability as a selector earning him a solid reputation across Europe, Kiwi is one to watch.


Derek Duncan aka DJ D.DEE is one of the key players in Vancouver’s burgeoning house scene. In addition to being a well-loved local DJ, he’s a record store proprietor, label boss, designer and promoter. Duncan has made his biggest mark with Pacific Rhythm, an online record store and distributor that was started with the aim of making European dance music vinyl more widely available and affordable in North America. Pacific Rhythm eventually grew into a short-lived but internationally recognized brick-and-mortar shop in the heart of Chinatown, a neighbourhood that has since become the hub for Vancouver’s house music scene.

Pacific Rhythm is also a record label that proudly represents its hometown. Helping introduce the world to Vancouver artists like D. Tiffany, Flørist, Neo Image and Slim Media Player, the critically-acclaimed label has been instrumental in establishing these artists worldwide. His deep bond with the city defines his DJ sets, where he mixes the laid-back house of Vancouver with ebullient disco, funk and techno selections for a failsafe, feel-good recipe. It’s no surprise that he remains one of Vancouver’s most sought-after DJs even in the town where he plays the most.


After a five year hiatus to concentrate on a career in professional cycling, Sheffield born artist Nyra who is now residing in London is back with a bang. Having launched his own imprint, already gaining masses of support from Jackmaster, Midland, Optimo, Denis Sulta, The Black Madonna, Gerd janson and more, he is heading back out on the road again.

Nyra, aka Ryan Davis, first emerged in 2008. In the years after he soon amassed a solid discography of no frills house and techno that was expertly designed to turbocharge dance floors. His effortlessly effective, inventively rhythmic style found favour with bosses at esteemed labels like Never Learnt, Elastic Dreams and Secretsundaze and saw him play high profile gigs all over Europe from Fabric London to Sonar to ADE.

At the same time, he founded influential Sheffield warehouse party Downlo at Dan Sane and welcomed a who’s who of underground heroes from Marcel Fengler to Norman Nodge to Ben UFO and Baby Ford. That party paved the way for the city’s now celebrated Hope Works venue, whilst Ryan himself went on to pursue a career in cycling. It was something he started to fall in love with and he soon ascended through the ranks, getting signed by ever better professional teams. Reaching the top of the sport in the UK, he started getting the music itch once more so is now back with a vengeance and plenty to offer.

2016 saw him make an immediate impact with sets at Carl Cox’s Music is Revolution party in Ibiza as well as an appearance on the Terrace for Sundays at Space. Now he proudly launches his own label Canoe.


Raised in the coastal, industrial Australian town of Newcastle (better known as the Steel City), Loods aka Elliot Struck is an understated character with a big, raw and uncomplicated take on house music.

Having relocated to London and released a sold-out debut record on good friend Mall Grab’s Steel City Dance Discs label, Loods can now be found playing energetic and heartfelt sets all over the UK and Europe. Not one to take things too seriously, his DJ performances are built on pure hands-in-the-air house feelings. A slightly more refined sample of his palate can be heard on the monthly Steel City show on Netil Radio, which he co-hosts with label mate Salary Boy.

A collaborative follow-up release with Mall Grab, QUAALUDES001, featuring two anthemic house epics, sold out immediately after its mid April release and continues to make waves. With bigger things on the horizon, Loods is already one to watch in 2018 and beyond.


Retiree is the musical project of three Sydney/ Melbourne mammals: Matt Crowley, Tori Holleman & Marco Vella. Retiree have steadily congealed their broad influences into a unique emulsion of strongly rhythmic and emotional music. From two releases, they’ve been described as “pared back 1980s comfort pop for all occasions” by NOISEY, having “a whole lot of criss-crossing rhythm” by The FADER and containing “swirling synth flourishes, languid wistful vocals and strutting drum machine funk” by The 405.

Retiree have released two 12″s both locally & internationally; Retiree EP (2013) on Plastic World followed by This Place EP (2015) on Rhythm Section International/Plastic World. Following the release of their single Jan in 2017, 2018 sees their return with House Or Home, released by Rhythm Section International.

The album’s songs explore the theme of “house or home” and what that means in present day Australia for different people. They journey from an aboriginal tent embassy on the south coast of New South Wales, a retirement village, a one room flat in Ringwood and a sleepless 17 hour stop over in Malaysia. Their live set throws all their keyboards, guitar pedals and woodblocks on stage, resulting in long-legged convulsing to a drum machine under honest lyrics.

Retiree have teamed up with director Joey Knox and cinematographer Jesse Gohier-Fleet to create a series of interconnected film clips. Unraveling an intricate web of stories, the visuals pair seamlessly with the songs.