The Kuća Collective, brought together by a passion for House music, is headed up by Suga C, Jay Mac and Mantas Meiz.
The three friends mixed regularly together, and became apparent to them after holding a joint radio show on Style Radio, that they had something unique to offer. With each of the collective bringing a different perspective to music choice and mixing styles, they put on an unmissable show every time. Each of the collective has a different story, but share the deepest love of all; House music.
Started mixing in 2011 after going on one too many nights out.
With a pair of technics 1210s and a handful of Drum and Bass Vinyl, she Iearned to beat match. She got a first booking at Mercy and started to emerge on the scene, holding and playing at regular nights locally in Norwich.
It wasn’t really until 2021 and spending time with the boys that she started to take mixes to the next level, leading to where we are now.
Suga’s style is Layering tracks to make different sounds and unexpected mixes using vocal hooks to get you dancing. Her passion is a dirty baseline!
Mixing for over 20 years and also starting off learning with Vinyl, Jay has a wealth of experience which also led him into the world of producing his own music.
With a deep understanding for music and what makes a dance floor move, he’s held some legendary nights across Norwich.
The Kuća collective stemmed from his original label; Kuća, which has been running for many years.
Jay’s style and passion lies with Progressive, uplifting and melodic styles of house, effortless mixes that flow and build to perfection.
Is the glue between the Collective.
Mantas had a passion for music early on, but it wasn’t until 2020 he had the confidence to step up to a set of decks and try for himself. With little tuition from Suga and Jay, Mantas picked up some legendary skills (which took Suga at least 10 years to master 😆) and proved his rightful spot behind the decks.
Mantas’ style and passion lends itself to a tribal, afro tech vibe, with his main mission being to ‘get your hands up in the air’