Amoss has been the at the forefront of deep, technical Drum and Bass since the early 2010s, bringing a unique take to the genre that has developed over the years to deliver a signature sound that is instantly recognisable, something all too rare in today’s scene.

Originally a duo, Andy Tweedale and James Evans took their unique influences to inform a vast back catalogue. In 2018, they released their debut album ‘Everything Is Temporary’. The album spewed influences from the blueprint years of Drum and Bass, drawing from their intro to the genre with artists such as Photek, Konflict and the entire Metalheadz back catalogue.

Subsequent to the album release and after 10 years of service, Andy stepped back from his role as producer and DJ in August 2018, passing the reins to his friend (and Best Man) James to hold the mantle as a solo artist.

James continues to write and release under the alias, and has a huge 2019 set ahead of him with a slew of dance floor destroying tunes that will continue to remind people why the name Amoss is associated with first class Drum and Bass.