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Wrongtom

 

Genre-crossing, reggae-rooted producer Wrongtom is well known for his solo productions, DJ sets and collaborations including Roots Manuva, Hard Fi and Deemas J.

 

From his beginnings in a jazz band, playing gigs throughout his native London and around the UK, this musical multi-tasker has made his name all over the world. His many endeavours include getting mixed up in the pop scene, including touring worldwide with Hard-Fi (which came to its illogical conclusion on stage at Wembley Arena as 10,000 perplexed indie kids listened to a selection of B-More, Shut Up & Dance and Italo House classics) and getting production credits on a UK Number 1 album. This paved the way for the success of his reggae/dub collective Stoneleigh Mountain Rockers, with whom he’s worked on projects for Trojan Records, Pama International (featuring 2 Tone luminary Lynval Golding), and the subsequent collaborative album with UK rap legend Roots Manuva on Big Dada.
 

Adamski

Big Fish Little Fish

Boogaloo Stu

Bowie Disco

Club de Fromage

David Rodigan

Deptford Northern Soul

DJ Chris Tofu

DJ Fluff Fluff

DJ getbacktothebeat

DJ GG

DJ Hungry Man

DJ L'ill Miss Lonesome

DJ Mr Jules

DJ Question Mark

DJ Yoda Presents: Filmstock

Dr D

Dub Pistols

Endor

Father Funk

Flora & Fauna

FLY-KID

FOAMA

Goldierocks

Greg's Greats 78s

Iraina Mancini

It's A Wind Up

Jaguar Skills

Jethro Watson

Jim8Track

Jo Whiley's 90s Anthems

Junior Jungle

Klaus Blatter

Krafty Kuts

LTJ Bukem

Marco Giannini

Ms Chameleon’s Mechanical Melodies

Norman Jay MBE

Perri Kaye

Rascal Raves

Sara Cox

Silent Discos

Steve Davis & Kavus Toravi

Tim Burgess (DJ set)

Warm Residents: Ali Tillett & Micky Browne

Wrongtom

Yacht Rock