The long awaited reunion of Skream & Benga, two of UK's most revered selectors.

Skream is boasting a rare consistency that spans disco, house, techno, and beyond. With an enduring passion for music deeply embedded in his core, Skream's journey began at the age of 11, evolving from dubstep pioneer to the forefront of disco and techno. A history-making figure in UK music, Skream transitioned seamlessly, producing tracks like 'Rollercoaster' and remixing hits for Duke Dumont and Infinity Ink.

Skream's 'Open To Close' parties exemplify his musical depth, playing sold-out shows worldwide. His name has become synonymous with quality, earning trust from audiences who willingly invest in a night of his captivating sets. For Skream, this trust is a dream realized, a testament to his unwavering commitment to music and his fans. As he continues to shape the legacy of UK rave culture, Skream remains an extraordinary artist, ensuring the dance floor thrives until the very end.

At the tender age of 14, Benga, the afro-haired producer, stepped into London's Velvet Rooms for the groundbreaking club night, Forward>>, a pivotal force in shaping the UK garage hybrid, dubstep. A prodigy in the making, Benga released his debut 12" "Skank/Dose" at 15 on the influential Big Apple imprint, curated by DJ Hatcha.

Fast forward to 24, Benga, along with childhood friend Skream, has become a luminary in the global dubstep movement. His upcoming debut album for Tempa, tentatively titled "Diary of an Afro Warrior," reflects not just his music but also his iconic hairstyle, symbolizing his musical journey. Benga's early years were spent crafting exclusive tracks for DJ Hatcha, pushing dubstep from a UK garage offshoot to a genre of its own.

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