Charles Green, who’s honed his considerable DJ craft as a resident at Brighton club Patterns and also Corsica Studios’ Jaded party has earned himself the reputation of one of the Uk’s best DJ’s. He is also a promoter, producer and agent and is Brighton born and bred.
Now in their 29th year as a disco, DJing and you know what partnership; Wildblood and Queenie know how to make each and the dancefloor wiggle. From decent disco to right proper house music on the dance floors, these two disco benders are true connoisseurs of all things cowbell-infused, decent and disco, always happy to bring their hot seaside sauce to the dancefloor.
A DJ duo brought together by a life long love of music, wooly hats and striking jumpers… The Wild Fantasy pair have been playing music since they wore short trousers.
Wild (adj. wild-er, wild-est) Lacking supervision or restraint. Extravagant. Fan-ta-sy (plural. fan-ta-sies) The creative imagination, unrestrained fancy
As a Patterns resident DJ and 1BTN radio host,
Daisha has some deep roots in the Brighton electronic music scene. With a strong foundation in Disco, House, Electro and Techno, Daisha’s upbeat sets also lay down the irresistible flavours of Funk, Nu-Jazz, Breakbeat and UK Funky. Turn up for a unique blend of raw sounds, masterfully mixed.
Faro grew up on her Dad’s collection of R&B and Soul, and started getting into electronic music in her early teens. Soulful sounds continue to always be the key ingredient in her musical selection, often combining elements of Classic and Jazzy House, Broken Beat, Disco, Garage and beyond.
MOMO’s style traverses the more unusual, rhythm and percussion-focussed areas of dance music – mixing everything from squeaky leftfield house to gritty techno into melodic pop vocals. Her risk-taking, tempo-hopping sets have seen her billed on Patterns lineups with the likes of Shanti Celeste, Peach, HAAi, Eclair Fifi and Danny Daze. She hosts a monthly show on Balamii Radio, and recently was part of the Head Charge mix series alongside artists such as Ariel Zetina.
Parry has made a name for himself in the local scene by being an eclectic selector and bringing together a wide array of genres and BPMs into his sets. This style has seen him go on to warm up for the likes of Ben UFO, DJ Storm, DJ Boring, and Sherelle in the basement, as well as holding down a residency on local radio station 1BTN for a number of years. He’s also no stranger to production with a string of releases and collaborations coming out in the near future.
Honing his skills as a multi-genre resident for the Brighton, London and Bristol-based collective Materials, alongside his residency at 1BTN radio, Bacchus is no stranger to taking control of the dance with a manifold of genres, speeds and styles, often spanning a range of different flavours in a single set – ranging from UK Techno and Bass, all the way through Garage, 140s, Footwork and Jungle.
The 22 year old seems to have mastered the art of the groove. Mixing influences from anywhere and everywhere, this highly tipped artist is quickly building a name for himself.
Changing Currents has picked up huge traction with his engaging DJ sets which fans label, “The Cc Experience”
Changing Currents’ production has had airtime on BBC Radio 1XTRA, Balamii, RINSE FM, Reprezent Radio, and Platform B, as well as a premiere from DAZED.
Now based in Brighton, but originally from Bristol, J-Felix’s approach to music was originally inspired by those he saw taking the DIY route back home where he grew up on a diet of d‘n’b, hip hop and dubwise music. After discovering the original sources of so many of the samples found in early d‘n’b, trip hop and US hip hop, he fell in love with all things funk, jazz and soul, later developing a particular taste for the P-funk and boogie sounds which now come through heavily in his music.
Suze Rosser is fast becoming a name on everyone’s lips in the clubbing circle, and has been described as a ʻfantastic, discerning and technically perfect djʼ. Not wanting to pigeonhole herself, her style is House, from deep to tech, influenced from disco to 80’s synths to progressive and usually vocally infused along the way.
International artist based in Brighton/London, Mimi is a Performance DJ, Radio Host, LGTBQ+ Event Organiser and Activist. Her Mauritian heritage is of great influence in the fusion of local island music styles, like Maurisian Sega, Carnival, Dancehall, Afrobeats and UK styles such as UKG, DNB and Jungle that she weaves throughout her eclectic mixes.
There is nothing in the world he love’s more than making people dance.
World influenced dance music encompassing everything from UK Funky, Garage and House through to Salsa, Funk, Afrobeat and Dancehall.
Brighton-based producer and DJ who predominantly focusses on UKG and underground house, heating up the scene with his own self-releases and a recent one on Bumpcast Recordings. Esspee also likes to take a more eclectic turn, exploring his broader taste in electronic music providing sharp selections from the realms of UKG, tech-house, electro and breaks.