Your hostsThe crew bringing the tunes
aka Benny L, has been releasing music on Audioporn Records since late 2014. 3 EP’s deep and colabs with Shimon & Coppa, Benny has truly made his mark on the scene already! Outside the studio, he’s been gigging more frequently whilst building good relations with Breakin Science, Rough Tempo and making an appearance at the world renowned Let It Roll festival in The summer! Benny will add another perspective to our Blog with his favourite Tunes and styles in Drum & Bass! Photo Credit: Lewis Taylor
A new DJ / Producer as of 2016, “Fluoresce” hopes to convey his passion to others through music. When he first listened to Drum and Bass in 2008 he was immediately hooked. He has worked alongside artists as a Photographer and is known to move as much as the crowd during his sets. Initially just listening to liquid, he has taken a liking to neurofunk and dancefloor in particular however he enjoys the entire spectrum of Drum and Bass. Favourite labels include Liquicity, Spearhead and Soulvent.
Heralding from the quiet, leafy suburbs of Ealing in West London, Kit Holden is a man of varied musical taste. It wouldn’t be a surprise to find him at a Soul in Motion night one week, a 20/20 night the next and then acoustic Jono McCleery gig after that. Choosing Drum and Bass to be the genre of preference due to its huge variance in styles, expect musings related to labels such as Critical, Med School, Spearhead, Samurai Music and more. Outside of listening and terrible dancing, Kit occasionally dips his toes into production himself and hits some percussion in sporadic recordings.
DJ / Radio Host
Front-lining The Arcast for 6 years now, George has a deep passion routed in music. By day he’s a recording and broadcast engineer, having worked with artists from the likes of The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to Coldplay, but by night he’s a face scrunching, head banging, DnB head mentalist. Expressing his enthusiasm for the scene through DJing and Podcasting, nothing quite gets George going than a good bit of Drum & Bass.
a.k.a A1rshots started DJ-ing in 2005 when he moved to Bristol for a gap year. With the aid of his brother’s Technics 1210s and a vast vinyl collection of Drum and Bass, he soon educated himself with some of the great producers and their works. From Photek – Ni Ten Ichi Ryu to London Elektricity – Song in the Key of Knife. Tracks like Konflict – Messiah, Bad Company – Planet Dust, DJ Krust – Warhead, were just a few records that shaped his song selection and inspired him to become a DJ and Music Producer.