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The Redlight highlights: August

Mondays have never been less of a drag

  • Emmanuel Grima
  • 2 August 2016

Matt Jam Lamont

One half of the seminal duo Tuff Jam, Matt Jam Lamont has been a pioneer of UK garage since his appearance on the scene. He hasn't missed a step since taking the genre to new heights with a slew of classic singles in the late 90s, churning out lush tunes to this day under the Jam Experience moniker alongside fellow Sankey's resident Scott Diaz. Needless to say, this is one to write in the diary.

Flava D

Not many producers have made such a huge impact in the short time that Flava D has been around - but with her unique mix of grime, garage, hip hop, and house, it's no wonder why. Championing the UK's distinctive sound with her high-energy DJ sets, this is one for the bass heads out there.

DJ Q

Sticking to his specific blend of swung 4/4 beats and garagey bass wobbles, DJ Q has crafted a niche over the course of a career that has spanned nearly two decades. The Q Recordings head's prolific output has done everything but slow down in recent years, giving a slew of singles the remix treatment and bringing the UK sound to clubs across the globe. Come prepared to skank out.

Preditah

Just as likely to craft a grime banger as he is a lush, synth-laden house tune, Preditah is a rare kind of talent. His similarly eclectic range as a DJ has seen him light up UK's biggest dance floors from Warehouse Project to Fabric, and we couldn't think of anyone else we would rather have holding us down on Sankey's smashing system.

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