Looking down at a turntable with headphones clutched to ear for 30 years, Alber was initially part of the Bristol Drum & Bass scene in the 90's, and his business cards overs the years have said said music journalist, reviews magazine editor, event planner and festival manager. Boss of the infamous KOTG (Keep Off The Grass) collective in the mid 2000's, Alber has played from pub rooms to beach bars from Pacha London to Ibiza, and various festivals in between. Always as a serious hobby for the last 25 years, Alber felt the big rooms and the younger punters just weren't what he wanted anymore, and once in Brighton decided it was time to go back to those Bristol days of 1991...a nice space, an educated crowd and only quality music that he loved. His sets now venture into a deep and melodic techno world, with breakbeats occasionally seeping in.
Neil (Selbs) Selby
An old skool field raver and Oxfordshire scene legend, Neil Selby joined Alber's KOTG outfit in 2004 and became both their on point indie disco and classic house man. Loving a marathon warm up set, and with Weatherall and ALFOS days running in his blood, Neil creates and builds a 115bpm max Indie House journey that crosses between 808 bleeps and nu disco groove.