Cutline's capacity to drive crowds crazy is unparalleled. Their music combines beautiful melodies and classical musicianship with intensely powerful production and speaker-busting basslines.
If you've ever witnessed Cutline playing live, or heard one of their incredible mixtapes, then you'll know that their jaw-dropping blends of dubstep, drum & bass, electro and every bass music genre in-between are guaranteed to destroy big room raves every time.
Made up of childhood friends Dan Wilberforce and Jeryl Wilton, Cutline formed in 2010 and their rise to prominence has been meteoric. They have released tracks on UKF, Pilot Records, Never Say Die, Suicide Dub and their own Not Safe For Work label and lent their remixing skills to some of the world's finest acts such as Roll Deep, Danny Byrd & Netsky, The Prototypes, Aquasky and The Qemists, with each track gaining more support than the last.
As the DJ elite line up to drop the latest Cutline tracks in their sets the boys have gained huge support for their multi-genre musical outings from a wide range of the world's finest selectors including Skream, Rusko, Andy C, Friction, SKisM and even Paul Van Dyke; A testament to Cutline's fluent ability to fuse musical styles effortlessly.
Their UKF podcast (link below) received over 1.2 million streams and has been downloaded by more than 150,000 people with an additional 30,000 streams on Mixcloud, while their tracks have racked up in excess of 5,000,000 listens on YouTube.
Cutline aren't just internet heroes though, regular radio support from the likes of MistaJam, Annie Nightingale, Nick Grimshaw, Eddy Temple Morris, The Wideboys and many more has seen Cutline's public profile shoot through the roof while their DJ sets at events such as London's Fabriclive and their tours across the globe have cemented them as one of the hottest DJ duos around.