Project Cee top OMC selector of Old School Hip Hop, Electro, Freestyle and Boogie on original 7″ pressings only
Kev’s OMC sets have tended to be a bit more playful taking in 90s big beat and rave classics and what ever random tunes seem apt at the time.
When Ben & Lex play at OMC together you’d better hold on to your hats as they are AWESOME!
Kick ass DJ Matt Anderson has played at seminal nights at Labyrinth, Astoria, The Rocket and The Powerhouse and is now a resident at our very own OMC!
Mark One is firmly rooted in the past, weather it be 90s “Golden era Hip Hop” or 70s Funk and Breaks, or Northern Soul.
Hidden Riddim is at his best whilst bouncing around behind a set of turntables. Influences stem wildly from the smiley acid house scene to strong countryside cider, incorporating sounds from hip hop, jungle, funk and reggae.
DJ’ing for over 20 years with a residency for proper good night “Old Man Corner” plus guest slots at club nights, raves, festivals & free parties all over the South West of England & beyond.
Be it Disco, House, Funk, Jazz or 1990 Rave, he loves to tap into the OMC faithfuls darkest memories of their mispent youth and make them lose their shit on the dancefloor.
He can be found spinning anything from classic funk & soul, disco and Afrobeat, all the way through to UK Garage, Dubstep, House and Footwork, but will most likely be seen at OMC, drawing for the boogie and 80s nonsense over a quiet cider in the afternoon.
King Farmer has been about for ages, so long that in 2001 he was drum and bass MC, until he realised he wasn’t that good.