Line-Up Artists

Ru Robinson

Ru Robinson is known for exciting and eclectic DJ sets served up with an infectious smile. His broad collection of music is lovingly selected for the dance floor, spanning the diverse tropical flavours of Latin America, Africa and the Caribbean, whilst dipping and delving in to countless other party sounds.

Run Tingz Cru

Two (or Cru) is usually better than one… a fact not lost on the Reggae-inflected rave razers Run Tingz Cru. A pair of hugely passionate individuals, combining two of bass music’s best loved and most vibrant genres, the Bristol based duo of G.Tactix and LXP have been relentlessly pushing their own unique blend of Reggae, Drum & Bass and Jungle since the launch of their eponymous record label back in 2010.

Ray Keith

Ray Keith is one of the UK’s most respected names in jungle and drum and bass, regarded as the Godfather of D&B. Renowned for his bass-heavy yet soulful productions and seamless skills, this iconic DJ, producer and record label head has remained at the pinnacle of the scene since helping to pioneer the genre nearly two decades ago.


Raggamuffin Soundgirl rules the dance wherever she goes. A beaming ray of dance-floor-shaker-dropping light which has illuminated the South West’s Reggae scene for over a decade.


Known for their high powered electric live shows and speaker shaking production, The real life brothers duo Phibes have set the scene on fire in the last 24 months.

Neville Staple Band

Neville Staple, Legendary front man of The Specials, Fun Boy Three and Special Beat, also known as The Original Rude Boy, is credited with changing the face of pop music not only once but twice.

Natty Campbell

Bursting onto the scene Natty Campbell is a dynamic and exciting young MC and “Singjay” from London (UK). Having built his way up in the local sound system scene and working with various bands, Natty became a member of Reggae Roast late 2016.

My Baby

For those of you not yet familiar with the Dutch-New Zealand trio, they play roots driven hypnotic dance. It’s a sound informed by gospel and blues singing and playing fused with ancient folk melodies. Added to that is the rawness of seventies funk, african desert blues, moroccan gnawa, indian raga and a touch of EDM  all played on guitars and drums without using computers or samples.

Mr Benn

Reared on a tasty diet of Aswad, The Specials and King Tubby, 90s hip hop, plenty of jungle and hi-life rhythms, the musical influences behind DJ / producer Mr Benn’s sound are vast and wide but always rooted in a passion for the heavy, heavy bass that his home town of Bristol is so renowned for.