Sibling production and DJ duo Star.One have built a reputation as purveyors of UK underground music. Soundsystem-like in nature, they refuse to stick to one genre, instead mixing and blending between the Garage, Grime and Jungle sounds of their youth. Their 2014 'Elements' mixtape was a perfect display of this featuring the likes of P Money, D Double E, G Frsh, Doctor and Creed MC. The mixtape gained the attention of industry tastemakers and led to the influential BBC Introducing platform taking Star.One under their wing.
2015-16 sees Star.One release a string of new music and big collaborations as they tour their DJ sets worldwide, taking ravers on a musical journey through the history of their influences, combined with the freshest upfront sounds. As their production credits rise, the Star.One movement gathers pace: it will soon be unstoppable.
28 Jun, 2018
A new DJ mix by Star.One is featured on Ministry of Sound.
01 Jun, 2018
Star.One was in session exclusively for Complex, click the link below to listen.
13 Apr, 2018
The Lovebox festival, takes place in Gunnersbury Park, London on 13th / 14th July & features several Primary Talent & Decked Out artists.
...Mike Skinner & Murkage
14 Feb, 2018
Lovebox will take place in Gunnersbury Park, London from 13th to 14th July and features these Primary Talent & Decked Out artists.
...Mike Skinner & Murkage
05 Jan, 2018
Star.One's Old Skool remix of Sigma's track 'Forever' is available now on Spotify.
03 Jan, 2018
Star.One share a free download for the track 'Winter Is Coming', for the JD Sports 'Undisputed' campaign.
19 Dec, 2017
Star.One produces a Takeover Mix for BBC Radio 1Xtra.
13 Oct, 2017
Star.One return with a new track 'We Run The Show', featuring P.Money & Asher D.
Premiered on Trench.
22 Aug, 2017
KISS presents Star.One 'In The Mix'. Click the link below to listen.
02 Jun, 2017
UK "new age soundsystem" duo, Star.One, present 'Okay' (featuring Maleek Berry & Seyi Shay) their debut single for 3 Beat.
The hybrid nature of British music in 2017 owes a lot to the 'DIY' nature and creativity of a newly thriving soundsystem culture in the UK.
Right at the vanguard of this nascent resurgence are Star.One, championed by MistaJam, Target, 1Xtra, Noisey, Huw Stephens, Pigeons & Planes, Fact, Phil Taggart, and beyond. Brothers Joe and Adam describe themselves as a "new age soundsystem", whereby the music they make, and the parties they throw, blur the lines between UK garage, grime, and bass music, while taking influences from the past 50 years of British black music. 'Okay' is a great example of this, merging old school UK garage production with the Nigerian stylings of Afrobeat stars Maleek Berry and Seyi Shay.