About the artists
Eclair Fifi is a Scottish DJ and visual artist who has become of the UK’s most colourful, genre-agnostic DJs – someone who intimately loves and knows how to create that vital moment, when a party bursts into life.Starting out in the late ’90s in her home city of Edinburgh, playing on pirate radio stations and at raves, Eclair Fifi’s tastes were tough – techno splintered by rapid-fire bursts of gabber, hardcore and breaks, inspired by the pioneers of Detroit and Chicago as much as the ferocious appetite of the Scottish crowd for harder, faster beats. Throughout the ’00s, though, her tastes diversified and her style became more intuitive: Italo disco and Latin freestyle smoothing off the ragged edges of electro, southern US rap and Top 40 R&B acapellas breathing new life into wonky electronica; a style developed during her years as a core DJ for LuckyMe, a crew of art school students and rap nerds who went from throwing parties in sweatbox basements to releasing albums on Warp Records and producing for Kanye West.
Hammer, a headstrong instrument used for breaking things and driving in nails, much like his sound and his approach to music. Rory Hamilton aka Hammer has established himself as one of the UK’s most exciting DJ and producers illuminating dance floors around Europe and beyond with his own take on electronic music. Gracing the decks at world renowned venues & festivals such as Panorama Bar, Robert Johnson, Concrete, Kompass, Houghton, Love International, Parklife, WHP to name but a few. Hammer’s Hits circled the globe, with him touring successfully around Asia and Australia pre-pandemic with demand not wavering as the world returns to sense of normality.