With an unmissable presence on stage only partly thanks to the impressive length of his dreadlocks, Harry Broughan Whitehouse-King, otherwise known as DJ D-Tox, brings a defiant weight and yet an uplifting, persistently positive sound. Moulded from years of chasing the late 90s club scene and wobbling with the reminiscence of deep roots and dub sound system culture, D-Tox pushes future sounds through a recognisable gauze of old skool D&B and Jungle while honouring the spirit of the Rave era that first shook him at Raindance, Helter Skelter and legendary nights at the Sanctuary. The infectious energy and relentless big, fat sound propelling you to those days of blissful abandon and injected effortlessly with the unbridled new wave of heavy beats. D-Tox landed his first weekly residency at the tender age of 18, taking the decks over from the maverick brilliance of Mampi Swift, Nicky Blackmarket, Hype, Andy C, Shy FX and Twisted Individual, learning the style to find his own. Since then, he has quickly gained ground playing to big crowds at home and abroad, his repertoire boasting thundering boat parties alongside Remarc, Radikal Guru with Cian Finn on the mic and Crazy D with Hatcha as well as supporting the phenomenal Lee Scratch Perry, Zion Train, Congo Natty, Top Cat, Tenor Fly (R.I.P), Kenny Ken, Ragga Twins, The Others, Leofah and Sukh Knight, to name a few. He has recorded with Dose (dubstep royalty Funtcase’s D&B alias), has been invited to the studio with the award-winning Aries on a tune to be released on his label Box Fulla Records, and eagerly awaits to drop some new Xian Juan material on Rawdio.