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Since their No.1 debut album “Home” which earned a Mercury Music Prize nomination,
Rudimental have soared with success. With sold-out tours and headlining major festivals, they have brought their unique sound to millions worldwide, establishing themselves as one of the most vibrant and exciting live shows around. Rudimental are one of the UK’s
biggest acts, performing hit songs with some of the world’s biggest artists: Ed Sheehan, John Newman, Emile Sande, Dizzee Rascal and many more.

In 2015, the band returned with another No.1 album, “We The Generation”. With tracks like “I Will For Love”, “Lay It All On Me” and “Love Ain’t Just A Word”, Rudimental blend gospel, reggae, drum ‘n’ bass and soulful ballads in a multi-cultural collective of love, peace and unity.
It’s impossible to imagine a world without Disclosure, so profound and wide-reaching has their influence been on the musical landscape this decade.

Their extraordinary debut album “Settle” (2013) consolidated their place at the forefront of a new wave of electronic music. It topped the charts, won numerous accolades and ushered in a new age that opened up dance music for the next generation of young music fans while refreshing and rejuvenating the scene for the rest.

The latest album has appearances from some of the world’s top artists: The Weeknd, Lorde, Gregory Porter, Sam Smith and many more.
Bipolar Sunshine is the Manchester raised alternative pop sound of Adio Marchant. With a sound that is unique and genre crossing, Bipolar Sunshine has a new age ambient soundscape with melancholy soulful lyrics, which draw inspiration from life’s wonders and imperfections and conjure up the romance of escapism.

He has built an avid following through the release of two EPs and a collection of singles, most recently with ‘Deckchairs on the Moon’ and ‘Future (Part 1)’ ft. Goldlink, and with live shows,including support dates with the likes of A$AP Mob, London Grammar, Rudimental and Bastille, along with his own packed out shows .
Niomi MacLean-Daley was brought up in North London by a Scottish mother and a Jamaican father. She grew up listening to reggae and hip hop music. She is the eldest of eleven siblings. It was whilst working for a radio station, RAW FM, that Ms. Dynamite was discovered.

After working briefly with garage outfit So Solid Crew, she released her debut album, ‘A Little Deeper’ in 2002, featuring the songs ‘It Takes More’ and ‘Dy-Na-Mi-Tee’. The album was released in the USA the following year to critical acclaim. The Live8 concert in Hyde Park in July 2005 saw Ms Dynamite return to the stage.

After ‘A Little Deeper’ won the prestigious Mercury Music Prize for Album of the Year in September 2002, it was soon clear that there was more to Ms Dynamite than most pop stars.
Jasmine Thompson is a 15-year-old singer songwriter from London. She is half Chinese and half British, attributing to the uniqueness of her look. Jasmine has built a fan base of millions through her YouTube channel, Tantrum Jas, which has over 1,900,000 subscribers and over 381 million views. She rapidly gained support when her acoustic reworking of Chaka Khan’s “Ain’t Nobody” made number 32 on the UK Singles Chart after being featured in an advert for supermarket chain Sainsbury’s. Jasmine’s voice, work ethic and personality reveal a much older soul, attracting a surprisingly vast audience globally. “Ain’t Nobody” has now been re-worked by world renowned DJ Felix Jaehn and is slated to be his next big international hit.

Her release with Robin Schulz, “Sun Goes Down” has hit number one in over 20 countries and continues to gain momentum around the world. Coming off her first major label release on Atlantic Records, “Adore”, Jasmine is positioned to be the next UK superstar following the footsteps of many of her idols, including Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith.
After watching his older brother DJ throughout his childhood, DJ Charlesy’s insatiable passion for music developed into an interest in the technical side of the industry and he absorbed everything he learned in order to make it his own.

He started his own club nights which attracted an overwhelming amount of attention and the events’ success drove him to seek out an even bigger challenge.

During a previous tour with N-Dubz, Charlesy was asked to fill in for Tinie Tempah’s then DJ, who had failed to turn up, and whipped the crowd into such a frenzy with his musical prowess that he was snapped up by the ‘Frisky’ superstar’s team on a permanent basis.

His talents are undeniable and led him to sign a lucrative management deal with Tinie’s label, Disturbing London Records and one of London’s top radio DJ’s.
Multi-award winning Hollaphonic, are the first ever electronic music act to be signed to a major label in the Middle East.

This energy packed English electronic music duo consists of Greg Stainer & Olly Wood and their first 4 releases on Universal Music Group went to No.1 in various Middle East iTunes charts, and the hype continued… their first album ‘Personal Space’ came out in March 2015, went straight to iTunes No.1 whilst on pre-order and it’s the album that keep on giving. A total of 5 singles from the album reached top twenty across 8 countries, seeing heads turn across the planet as Hollaphonic lead a Dubai dance music explosion.

Their international hit track Dangerous ft. Vince Kidd has seen support from UK radio giants BBC R1, Kiss FM and Capital FM, even landing the coveted spot as Sarah Jane Crawford’s Smash of The Week on BBC Radio 1Xtra.
Rutherford’s musical adventure began at an early age on the bass loaded streets of Bristol, UK. Growing up amongst a soundscape of the cities cult artists, such as Massive Attack, Tricky & Portishead, motivated him to throw his first D&B rave at the now legendary Lakota at the age of 18.

Over the next ten years he notched up residencies at some of the UKs most coveted clubs, such as Turnmills, SE1, Lakota, Clockwork & Medicine Bar.

Rutherford setup the now multi award-winning Superheroes series of events. Breaking the mould for Dubai nightlife scene and introducing a more playful, accessible, and often down right bonkers vibe to the cities scene. Since it’s inception Superheroes has hosted the likes of The Streets’ Mike Skinner, MJ Cole, Low Steppa, Stanton Warriors, Jack Beats, Marshall Jefferson, Taiki Nulight, Roska, Billy Kenny, Plump DJs, The Freestylers, Slipmatt and many more.
Somalie’s been involved with the Dubai music scene since his late teens, however his beginnings were not in dance music. Having played the bass guitar for several Rock/Metal bands including forming his own progressive metal act, he kept evolving as a music fanatic and always sought new musical grounds until he recently stumbled upon the art of ‘DJing’ and a new found love for Drum ‘n Bass.

He quickly got a mix recorded and sent to Mach4, founder of Dubai’s longest running club night ‘Globalfunk’, which eventually secured him his first gig as a DJ opening for Jungle legends Kenny Ken and MC Moose.

From then, he went on and shared the decks with several Legends in the DnB scene including, Goldie, LTJ Bukem, Nicky Blackmarket and his all time hero, DJ Marky to name a few.
With music in his blood and funk in his soul, Charl’s raw energy & talent has taken him from top London clubs to festivals in South Africa, DJ residencies in Dubai to guest slots in Ibiza, Miami, London & back…

As a DJ, there is no questioning Charl’s ability behind the decks. In 2006 he won the Technics International DJ Challenge, been voted #4 in the DJ Mag Middle East Poll of 2010, nominated for Best Local DJ by Ahlan Magazine in 2011 & Winner of ‘Best Local DJ’ in the TimeOut Nightlife Awards of 2012 and been nominated for ‘Best Local DJ’ in Ahlan, What’s on & Timeout Nightlife Awards in 2013 and 2014.