top of page


#021 // 07/12/23




One of the most influential artists in the game. The UKG Mix Master Conducta joins us for an incredible all star line up. (We promise the Fire Alarm won't go off this time)

Conducta is helping to spearhead the new wave of UK garage. His on-point productions, genre-traversing DJ sets and Kiwi Rekords label have made him a bona fide Black British success story. His smash hit 'Ladbroke Grove' blew up and sent Conducta into the stratosphere, quickly followed by his Club Kiwi label launch put UKG on the map. It's hard to think of a more influential artist for putting UKG to the masses than Conducta.


Girls Don’t Sync are an all-female group of DJs, producers and curators who are bringing much needed inclusivity and energy to underrepresented dancefloors worldwide.

Matty Chiabi, Sophia Violet, Hannah Lynch and G33 came together to form GirlsDon’t Sync in summer 2021, and exploded onto the scene soon after with one ofthe most-watched Mixmag Lab’s of the year.

Their fresh take on UKG, house and bass has made them a must-see act at the likes of Glastonbury, Boomtown, Parklife, Lost & Found and many more this year,
winning fans around the world for their boundless energy and the unforgettable atmosphere they create with each performance.

In an era of feminine resurgence, Girls Don’t Sync are inspiring a new generation of dance music fans and becoming leaders of their scene.


Ghoulish stormed onto the UK music scene in 2021 with his intricate, unique and powerful dancefloor shaking productions. In less than a year of releasing new music, Ghoulish received widespread support from industry titans such as Skream, Seth Troxler, My Nu Leng, Dusky, Holy Goof, Jackmaster, Sammy Virji, Notion, Jaguar, Shosh, I. Jordan and DJ Q just to name a few within the long list of unbelievable talent!

His impressive production style caught the eyes of many in which he blurs the lines between genres, Ghoulish coins his own style as genreless as the young producer and DJ loves all spans of music, from euphoric dance all the way to the depths of dubstep. This outset allows Ghoulish to craft music and DJ sets that are an enigma to say the least, the young producer loves to show his creative prowess with his unique selection of sounds and track selections at any given time.

Further to his quick rise, the youngstar was asked to do official remixes for Skream, Jackmaster, Hamdi and Logan with many exciting tracks on the way with his track On Sight peaking at the Number 4th position in the Beatport bass music chart!



She's back.

Sweet Female Attitude, the artist that single handedly soundtracked your Durham experience. Flowers was released in 2001 and has aged like fine wine. Their debut UKG track peaked at number 2 in the UK Top 40, and later went on to be crowned a platinum single. All during a time when dance music was undergoing a renaissance, much like it currently is.
Back in 2000 the Mancunian based collective were comprised of Mike Powell, DJ Shine MC and a then 17 year old Leanne Brown. Fast forward 23 years and over a hundred releases across multiple platforms SFA is still going strong and continuing their legacy through Leanne.

SFA are hard to pinpoint to a specific considering their huge release catalogue. All we do know is they’ve stuck to their classic roots. It’s hard to think of many artists that have had as much influence on the mainstream dance scene over the past 20 years than SFA. We invite them up to show them what Durham has to offer.



coming soon...


bottom of page