Closing off one of the BMX world's most hotly anticipated events, Red Bull bring a heavy night of Grime and Garage music to the House of Vans.
Steve Bishop, known professionally as Oneman, is a DJ and producer from Streatham, London. His background is in pirate radio and he is now a regular DJ on Rinse FM.
Oneman's DJ sets typically blend dubstep, hip-hop, grime, UK funky and UK garage, and he has released two mix albums with Fabriclive and Rinse FM.
Crack magazine discusses Oneman's early career and background, describing him as a "A figure synonymous with the Rinse FM station and the brand and subculture surrounding it, the origins of illegal broadcasts and guerrilla tactics made for an aggressive movement and an unmistakable sound. Having grown up in Streatham during the original impact of UK garage, the part Oneman plays in the landscape now is twofold. It's not as if he's attempting to initiate a full-on renaissance of the UK garage scene, but it's DJs like Oneman who help embed these sounds into the consciousness of a clubbing generation who narrowly missed it.
Nathan Gerald, better known as Preditah is a Garage/Grime music composer, DJ & Bassist from Birmingham, England. Thanks to His orchestral, melodic head-banging music, He is now one of the most recognisable names and faces in Grime - a poster boy, even.
Murlo specialises in a wonderfully colourful kind of bass-heavy dance music and he's getting the recognition he deserves.
This year he's put out one of the best grime tunes of 2014, landed a mini-residency on BBC 1Xtra and become a strong affiliate of the Boxed and Butterz camps.
A few years back he moved to London from Brighton in order to concentrate on music and the step into the capital is now paying off. He taps into the whomp 'n' grind of grime, garage and bassline as well as the hot thrust of dancehall and afrobeats to create riddims that shimmy and shake with carnival energy and low-end heat. Put simply, you'll know a Murlo tune when you hear it and he's forging ahead with his own insatiable style.