Gaspar Narby is a Swiss multi-instrumentalist and electronic producer based in London. He was still studying Popular Music at Goldsmiths College when he released his first two singles, Home and In Motion, via indie label nourish. They gathered over half a million streams in a year. His debut EP, A Stare Makes Two, which Earmilk described as ‘astonishing', saw him further explore his organic electronic music with touches of songwriting. In the live setting, he brings his music to life by singing and using MIDI controllers.
New to the electronic music scene , FJ Law is the latest project from 24 year old writer and producer Danny Hall. Taking his influences from the likes of Lauv, Jeremy Zucker and Honne. A style colliding both the singer songwriter world with new wave electronic beats delivers you the fresh sound of ‘FJ Law’.
Chis Beybé. A music producer, songwriter and vocalist who deals in multilayered instrumentation and dynamic vocal arrangements with soaring chords. His sound ranges from retro trapsoul to ambient grooves. His themes include introspection, relationships and societal observation, all linked through compelling storytelling.
Amsterdam's own, Liza Lo draws a line between ambient electronic sounds and Pop music. Inspired by artists such as FKJ, Flume and Mac Miller she creates her own poetic and aesthetic world.
Lo believes strongly in the combination of visual arts and music. Having performed in Palmyra Sculpture Centre in Spain and collaborated with local artists, she is now developing her live performance with an artistic eye on the visuals of the performance.
Rens is a London-based singer-songwriter who writes mellow songs with a melancholic undertone. Inspired by indie-folk and ambient music, she uses breathy vocals and distinctive melodies to create captivating songs that reflect the world around her. She is currently working on her debut single ‘The Atlantic Ocean’ which will be released later this year.
Her large and skilled band (which includes strings and beautifully blended harmonies) will be joining her on stage for this performance. Together they will present a set containing familiar as well as brand new songs.
Emily Magpie is a Dreampop artist from Bristol. Having been championed by the likes of BBC Introducing and BBC Radio 6, her latest EP (Be Your Own Light) was described by The Line of Best Fit as ‘spine-tingly special’ and has already notched up over 90,000 streams on Spotify. Over the last few years, Emily has toured the European live music circuit: playing as a support act for acclaimed acts such as This Is The Kit and Let’s Eat Grandma, and everywhere from Green Man Festival and Boomtown Festival to live music venues in Belgium, Switzerland, France and as far afield as Peru and Ecuador.
From out of the shadows emerges an exciting new talent, London based Midnight Mouth, mixing ambient sounds and dreamy melodies with undertones of hopeful melancholia.
Knowing each other for over 15 years, Scott, Poppy, Pierce and Arthur are making big sounding music that will haunt you and hit you straight in the heart at the same time.
Lemon Venom are an energetic Alt-Rock band that are passionate for and devoted to creating a roaring atmosphere of pure exhilaration.
British newcomer Emma Kelly described as "creating an organically raw soundscape" after her debut release 'Running Wild'.
Emma Kelly makes bold powerful pop music that balances precariously on the verge of euphoria, sorrow and empowerment. With a distinct sound reminiscent of early Florence Welch, the 21-year-old pens intricate lyrics far beyond her years.