Yogi Haughton


Yogi has been traversing the multitude of never ending genres of music that make up the complicated and rich Soul scene tapestry since his teenage years in Manchester, a city some would argue is the epicentre of black music culture in the 60s and 70s. A veteran of some of the greatest [...]

Jim Marr


Jim Marr is a Scottish based Soul DJ, black music fan and a collector of just about any quality period of black music you care to mention. Introduced to Northern Soul at the tender age of fifteen thanks to gigs at the local Miners Welfare Club, Jim was quickly baw-deep in the [...]

Lotus Disco


Born and raised in Saigon, Vietnam, Bongz Nguyen aka Lotus Disco is known as the "new young Queen of Disco” and he literally was the biggest DJ out there in that forgotten corner of underground dance music. After conquering Asia and smashing parties and festivals from Beijing to Shanghai and from [...]

James Cronshaw


Born and still residing in London, James has racked up over 25 years experience playing predominantly Soul music but he is also very much a fan of other styles of music including Jazz, Funk, Latin and other forms of black music. As a teenager, it was the music being played on [...]

Matt Blakk


What initially started out as a hobby, rapidly blossomed into a fully blown obsession and lifelong passion and later a career in music for Matt. The Manchester lad started collecting Soul, Funk and Disco in the 70s and has continued to collect Nu soul and RnB to this day. He still keeps [...]

Boogie Cafe Session


Alexander was involved in promoting Underground Society at the now legendary 'Bowgie' Nightclub in Newquay during the early nineties. DJing alongside the likes of Marshall Jefferson, DJ Disciple, Paul Trouble Anderson, Robert Owens and Noel Watson, the party evolved into one of Cornwall's most essential parties, filling the gap left by Berties [...]

Lucinda Slim ‘Live’


Tanja Daese aka Lucinda Slim was passionate about music from an early age and at nineteen she was already part of the 'deep African roots' outfit Zap Mama. Lucinda quit her job, rehearsed for a mere three weeks and found herself performing with them at the New Orleans Jazz Festival. She has toured [...]

Daniel ‘Venom’ Maunick


Daniel 'Venom' Maunick, hailing from Hackney in London, has been involved with music since he can remember, raised on Jazz-Funk and Soul music, Daniel was lucky enough to be around to see the growth of Acid Jazz, Hip Hop, Drum And Bass, as well as House music during a golden age in music. [...]

Shug Robertson


It all kicked off in 1976 for Shug Robertson, at the humble beginnings of the Fintry Community Centre in Central Scotland. The young lad was enthralled by the acrobatics of the dancers and once he had practiced some moves himself in front of the mirror, he was off attending other small Soul gigs [...]

Dave Girdwood


Dave was raised on a diet of classic Soul by his mother and the odd Northern tape "sent up the road" from his mum's friend in Manchester. Like all teenagers Dave rebelled though and found Hip Hop mo' to his liking, which ignited his obsession with collecting records from an early age. [...]

James Pogson


James Pogson is a young London based record collector/DJ who also runs his own record label called Symphonicial. James' club nights, Inner City Soul and Reel To Reel in London and Barcelona have captured the imagination of the younger crowd and along with great guests DJ's at the parties who focus is on [...]

Tam Brown


Like all long journeys Tam’s DJing path started with one small step at the local club in the sleepy town of Moffat in Scotland way back in 1974. A move just up the road to Dumfries in 1978 found Tam working in the local independent record shop, which also had the mobile [...]



iMFROMULL has established a solid base of listeners and fans of his Disco edits and remixes and has enjoyed increasing popularity with some well credited producers, DJs and Radio stations worldwide also. iMFROMULL is a producer regularly accredited as the underrated "Disco Don" and an "Edit genius", however, as humbled by [...]

Gavin Page


The "golden era" of Modern Soul during the eighties was a lucrative and fluid period for music; incredible new records seemed to be passing through Soul Bowl almost on a weekly basis. At the vanguard of this scene, as well as the 60's and 70's sound was Gavin Page, a man from the [...]



Soul Sam won't mind us saying this but he is by far the oldest DJ to play at SSW and if the arrogance of youth ever needed somebody to demonstrate that age is but a number, then Sam is the man to do it. His passion for music started in the 1950s [...]