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Joe is not only renowned for his DJ sets across the London nightlife scene but is also the Music Director & resident DJ for the famous Moni Mykonos, as it opened in 2014. During those past summers, Joe had the chance to share the DJ booth with amazing artists such as Nina Kraviz, The Martinez Brothers, Dubfire, Ame & many more… When the Mykonos season comes to an end, Joe is back to base in London with his Saturday residency at BEAT where his eclectic & edgy sets are known across the city… He is also a core & co-founder of London Village Kids (L.V.K), one of the most successful lifestyle & event companies in London’s West End. Joe, heading the music side of LVK is launching a new digital label named LVK Music.

Sacha Muki

Born & raised from Cannes in the South of France, Sacha resides in London for the last 7 years & has established himself as a very influential name in the nightlife house music scene. With a unique style that spirals from House Music to Italo Disco, therefore powered his residency at LIMELIGHT for over 10 years, which lead him to become one of the partners for the craziest new French event projects called LE BAL DES FOUS. During his time in Ibiza last summer in 2016, he made his debut on the Island at Lio, one of the world's most famous cabaret clubs for BE CRAZY hosted by Jean-Claude Ades. Playing alongside Marco Carola, Solomun, Maceo Plex, Carl Cox, Guy Gerber, Jamie Jones, Ritchie Hawtin, Ame, Sven Vath, Art Department, Nina Kravitz, TinI, Luciano, Maya Jane Cole, DJ Tennis, Martinez Brothers, Oxia, Jean-Claude Ades & Appolonia, to name a few. 
When he's not travelling all around the World, Sacha proudly holds his residency at BEAT.

Gregorio SOave

Gregorio Soave is a producer whose sound lends itself to the London scene. Devilishly eclectic, the italian often veers toward oddball spheres, all the while maintaining a deep love and affection for all things house and techno. Despite being but a few releases in to what’s sure to be a fruitful music career, he’s already someone who seems destined for great things — especially if his latest release for Alessio Mereu’s Amam label is anything to go by.