He has never been that typical techno artist. Although considered as one of the genre’s tastemakers, he’s someone who sculpts sounds for many different environments – the club, the home, the gallery or museum. He does so with a true sense of personality.
On his own label Time to Express he releases textural compositions and he also records to great acclaim as Sendai alongside Yves de Mey. In performance terms, Peter lays down dark and arresting techno sets as well as captivating, story telling live musical journeys. Because of that he is renowned around the world for his high quality, high creativity, high levels of consistency, constantly translating his personality into his music.
Polo & Pan was born under the stars in 2012, shortly after there orbital collision of two satellites : Polocorp & Peter Pan
Polo finds his inspiration somewhere between his mystical trips in the desert (Roudani 434 EP) and his activities with MAD Agency creating work spaces for artists in industrial warehouses.
Pan, the insatiable crate digger collects musical gems from the early 20th century straight to the electronics of 2015 via the average Nepalese psychedelic rock of the 70’s. It’s no surprise if he is one of the initiator of the Radiooooo project, : an on-line encyclopedic radio to be launched in September 2013.
Both are active members of the Tete d’Affiche DJ Agency and residents at le Baron. It’s behind the decks that they met and discovered a common interest in fusion of genres.
There first release, Rivolta signed on Hamburger records, mixes an Italian standard of the early 30s to a morodorian disco bass.
With such wide influences, it’s hard to pin down Polo&Pan’s musical style, but it’s quite probable that crossing there path will open a window to the cosmos.
Moving to London from São Paulo, S.P.Y was quick to establish himself within UK Drum & Bass due to a natural talent for production that saw his first ever release signed to Metalheadz. Now exclusive to, and one of the top acts at Hospital Records, S.P.Y has released LPs: ‘ What The Future Holds’, winning the DNB Arena album of the year award, and ‘Back To Basics’. He has also curated an installment of the world famous BBC Radio1 Essential Mix, and he released his ‘Hospital Mixtape’ in 2016.
DJing worldwide on a regular basis, S.P.Y is able to showcase his well-loved sound that is diverse, unique in quality, and perfectly suited for the dancefloor. Praised by his contemporaries and always high in demand from the biggest clubs and festivals, there is seemingly no end to this bright star’s meteoric rising path.
The complete MC, LowQui is a genuine host, lyricist, and audience entertainer. Regarded by many as a true DJ’s MC, his ability to read crowds, compliment mix structures, and facilitate the transfer of energy between DJ and audience is second to none. Now deep into his second decade as an MC, LowQui has continuously worked on a global scale as MC of choice for the best. The Metalheadz family, Goldie, S.P.Y, Andy C, DJ Marky, dBridge, Black Sun Empire, Skream, Benga, Storm, the list goes on. Earning his stripes in the 90s London club/rave circuit, LowQui took his inspiration from the legendary double-time raps of Stevie Hyper D (RIP) and the razor sharp lyrical delivery of MC GQ. Merging both with the concepts of harmony and balance, he forged his distinctive LowQui sound.