Aramide is a Multi-Award Winning Nigerian Afro-Soul/Jazz artiste and Recording Academy voting member, who discovered the talents of singing and writing as a teenager and decided to nurture them.

After secondary school, she learnt to play the saxophone and guitar, two instruments she is quite passionate about.

Aramide sings about love, betrayal, friendship, trust, and the attendant joys and aches of womanhood. Her musical influences include Erykah Badu, Miriam Makeba, Sade, Angelique Kidjo and other greats.

Opus Kink

"[Opus Kink’s set] is a sensory journey – a live show that has to be experienced" - The Green Door Store

"A groove powerhouse" - Sarah Bolshi, Sunday Best Records

"Only a matter of time" - Matt Johnson, The The

"love these tunes" - Rob da Bank,

A six piece groove outfit from the Southeast, comprising punk insensibility and world-influenced rhythms in an irreverent live experience.

Brawly Waye

A singer, a songwriter, a musician, a producer, a dancer...

Brawly Waye is the complete star package, as a solo or in a band he entertains any type of audience.

Born in 1988, in Angola, he began his professional career in Luanda where he played in numerous venues: bars, clubs, shows, festivals. He also produced for radios, tv channels, renowned artists and toured in Israel and Portugal, being the youngest Angolan artist to perform at the Hard Rock Cafe where Jimi Hendrix once shared his experiences.

Laura Budzelek

Laura Budzelek is an international performing artist. The multilingual singer-songwriter’s style is a unique blend of baroque pop and world music genres. Much of Laura’s inspiration stems from her travels abroad, classic rock and her background in classical music. Her alluring debut album, Treasure the World Now, takes listeners on a journey through melodies and lyrics reminiscent of French cafés, Caribbean festivities, grand Viennese ballrooms, Celtic folk and New Orleans brass bands.


“Brilliant and beautiful” (Kiran Gandhi, M.I.A.)

Gazel's music is a mystic blend of electronic pop with ancient and philosophical influences, a unique sound that gained nominations in the 15th Independent Music Awards with her debut EP, ‘Bone Key’ (Best Pop EP, Best Electronic Song).

Roger 9000

Roger 9000 is an experience of songs, life cycles, and stories.
Based in the classical form, it is a fusion of ancient and modern textures, producing
a sonically experimental sound.

Vula Viel

Vula Viel means Good is Good in Dagaare, the language of the tribe in Upper West Ghana where Bex Burch lived, farmed and studied for three years. Now it's the name of her trio featuring the best of London’s young music talent: Ruth Goller (bass) and Jim Hart (drums). Their intensely rhythmic music is an engaging mix of African, punk and minimalist influences. Based around the Gyil (the Dagaare xylophone made of sacred lliga wood) Vula Viel create something new and vital.

Notes from Underground

Notes from Underground is a musical collaboration between violinist Yoon-ji Kim and percussionist Julian Humphries. They perform original material fusing contemporary classical with borderline jazz and new world over hip-hop breaks and Afro-Brazilian rhythms.

King Yash

please completestarted in music school at age 9 to make long story short in 2005 i got the spiritual calling awakening to make music 2007 until now have been show casing My Gift To Others

Têtes de Pois

Têtes de Pois are a high energy, seven piece instrumental band based in Leeds, performing original music influenced by jazz, hip-hop, afro-beat and more. This lively bunch came together in 2016, and during their time as a band have headlined renowned venues across the country, such as 'The Hootananny' and 'The 100 Club'. They have also performed at music festivals such as Love Supreme Festival and Manchester Jazz Festival. Watch out for Têtes de Pois in 2018!


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