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Groove Allegiance

“If being funky was a crime (heaven forbid) then Splank's honchos Jonny and Chris (Groove Allegiance) would be behind bars for life” – Dave Jenkins, iDJ.



PendulumpicPendulum Undeniably the most exciting Drum and Bass act in existence, Pendulum have forged their trademark rocket-fuelled sound from hardcore, indy rock and breaks with an relentless energy that has to be heard to be believed. We couldn't hope for a better bet for the headline slot in the Rocket dance tent. Bring a spare pair of socks because Pendulum will blow the ones your wearing right off!


Macpherson is the resident drum n bass DJ for Fabric Live London. He has been performing with the best artists from around the world for the last five years. Fabric is voted by DJ Magazine as the number one club in the world as a result of its unrivalled line-ups.

JFB & Beardyman

JFB first started mixing and scratching on local pirate radio in 1996 playing drum&bass. He developed his style with scratching and started playing party Hiphop Instrumentals around Brighton area for a few years.

Beardyman has worked alongside Grooverider, Shy FX, Killa Kela, Jazzy Jeff and Andy C to name a few. He battled to become UK Beatbox Champion 2006 and retained his title in 2007 making him the first beatboxer in UK history to win 2 championships in a row. Beardyman often uses humour as well as beatboxing in his act. He has impersonated Elvis, dressed as a monkey on stage and once posed as an Austrian climate change lecturer before breaking into his set.

Serge Santiago

Serge SantiagoSerge SantiagoBrighton boy but now Hackney (London) resident, Serge Santiago, is particularly known for his cheeky coloured vinyl re-edits of classic Italo/Disco tracks - including Kano ‘It’s a War’ on green vinyl and Grace Jones ‘Slave to The Rhythm’ on red.


Dark & dirtyDark & dirtyIcicle aka Jeroen Snik was born & raised in Holland. At the Age of 8 Icicle first started playing piano and soon got onto the drum kit. It wasn't long until he started making beats using an old school midi set-up and aged 15 he became hooked on drum and bass after going to local night "Jungle Galaxy". Getting some turntables and better music making software followed and Icicle was on his way.

The Nextmen

The Boys LiveThe Boys LiveCambridge is mainly known for its famous university, an inordinate amount of cyclists, a terrible football team, a river made for punting, a folk festival and being the home of Stephen Hawking, Clive James and Jeffrey Archer. It is not, one must admit, the first place one would look for producers of dancefloor-hardened beats. It is nevertheless, the city that gave birth to The Nextmen, also known as Brad Baloo and Dom Search.

Tom Wilkes

Tom WilkesTom WilkesTom Wilkes is a Breakbeat DJ based in Norwich UK. Along with running his own Promotion STUFF for the past five years he also makes regular DJ apperances at club nights such as Twisted Skunk, Beatfix, Spank, Moodswing (London) and Basslick (Maidstone).

Evil Nine

Definitely EvilDefinitely EvilTom and Pat first combined skills in 1998 and were quickly identified as a quality DJ/Producer duo by Adam Freeland who signed them to his Marine Parade label. Since then each of their releases has in turn distinguished Evil Nine as innovators who refuse to blend into any scene. For them the music has to go beyond being merely 'fat'. Deriving their musical flavour from multiple influences - hip-hop, punk, electro, dancehall, post punk, garage rock, techno and krautrock just to name a few - they create an original minimalism packed with emotive ability.


HedfluxHedflux Hedflux is DJ/Producer Steve Young.

Fueled by a perpetually unquenched thirst for deeper understanding, and a burning need to express that understanding through sonic manipulation, Steve created Hedflux as the embodiment of a particular sound; a sound which can be inadequately described by such words as "deep" ... "driving" ... "psychedelic" ... "techy" ... "tough", and which flows in the rhythmic style of Breaks or Tech-funk.
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