NIGHTOWL and Skream in the marble factory
Skream is known as one of the "founders" of the genre of dubstep, alongside Benga his partner in crime.
Back in 1998, at the early age of 16, he left school and started working at Big Apple Records in Croydon – the epicenter of underground back then. At that time, Arthur 'Artwork' Smith and Danny Harrison had a studio above the shop, and when not working Skream was learning some craftsmanship.
Skream is „the creator” of two albums Skream! (2006) and Outside The Box, two compilations and 81 tunes released since 2003 as well as tons of unreleased music. He is incredibly creative and there is perhaphs no question as to why he is a role model for a lot of today's artists.
Now, despite the dub university, Olly Jones has open a new page in his career and for quite a long time he is doing techno.
His success in the scene came after his live electronic music project Magnetic Man, once again with his friend Benga. His new production had been featured by shows like Pete Tong's All Gone Miami 2013 on Defected Records.
He will take over Marble factory, just like a techno pioneer, all by himself for the whole night „Open To Close” as a part of his world tour.
"Kids next door" will be Feel My Bicep, who are in the poll for „best producer” and ”best remix (higher level)” in the DJMag „Beat of British” Awards and coming all the way from Italy, Mind Against.