London’s Beatrice Dillon is an artist, producer, and NTS DJ with acclaimed solo releases, remixes and collaborations across Boomkat Editions, Hessle Audio, The Trilogy Tapes, PAN, Timedance and Where To Now? etc. Recent solo performances include Tokyo’s Wwwx, Barbican Centre, MUTEK Montreal, Documenta Athens, Masåfåt Cairo, Moscow Save, Atonal Berlin and Insomnia Norway. Dillon has produced sound and music commissions for Lisson Gallery, AND Festival, Somerset House and has collaborated with international visual artists across ICA, TATE, Southbank Centre, Centre d’Art Contemporain Geneva, Nasher Dallas and Mona Tasmania etc. She was the recipient of the Wysing Arts Centre’s artist residency in 2016 and is a resident artist at Somerset House Studios. Her score commission for Alexander Whitley Dance Company was premiered at York Mediale in 2018.
Born in Lagos to a Kenyan mother and Nigerian father, Olugbenga now resides by the sea in Brighton. His childhood was split between Nigeria and the Netherlands, before moving to the UK where he studied at King's College, Cambridge. These cultures and experiences are a never-ending inspiration for Olugbenga and feed his unique ‘epic & blues’ sound.
He has travelled the world working as a bass player and vocalist, lending his talents to groups such as Damon Albarn’s Africa Express, Paloma Faith and La Roux. He is best known for his long-standing association with Metronomy, but Olugbenga has also lent his talents as a remixer to the likes of Laura Marling, Janelle Monae, Mew, Alt-J, Depeche Mode and the Scissor Sisters.