Prognosis is one of the leading exponents of psychedelic techno, and a founding member of many Psy nights and festivals across the country.
He has performed at Bearded Theory, Sunrise, Eden, Illminaughty, Willowman and Alchemy/Equinox, sharing stages with Astralasia, System 7 and Ed Tangent to name but a few.
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Techno and trance lover Ginge began his DJ career in 1996 in Manchester and has been a promoter of the dance music scene throughout the last 20 years.
Ginge has held residencies throughout the North of England and played to crowds all over the UK as well as playing multiple gigs in The Netherlands and in Spain.
Living Body is the new project from Leeds-based Chicagoan Jeff T. Smith (formerly, Juffage) featuring longtime collaborators Katie Harkin (Harkin, Sky Larkin, Wild Beasts, Sleater-Kinney) and Tom Evans (Vessels). Rising from the ashes of their acclaimed “Sonic Cauldron” concert at Left Bank Leeds in 2013, the group is now augmented by new and additional live members Alice Rowan (Mayshe-Mayshe) & Sarah Statham (Esper Scout). Expanding on the need for music to bring joy into the lives of others, and Smith’s fascination with the contortion of the pop song into a uniquely imaginative and immediate form, Living body aims to exist in a world of skin and information overload in 2016.
DJ/Producer based in South West UK focusing mostly on Drum & Bass.
Vicky O’Neon defies convention in everything she does. Pushing boundaries to achieve her goals without fear of vilification has been her mantra from an early age.
Vicky O’Neon is a Drummer, Percussionist, songwriter, electronic music producer, visual artist, poet, workshop leader, mentor, educator, Co-founder and organiser of Girls Rock London.
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Cofounder of the legendary Manchester UK club night Havok running from 1995 to 2003, and the Havok Record label, Medicine Man has played sets all over the world with his own unique mix of trance, techno and acid techno.
Nick Rayman & Denzileo
Funky Sensation are a collective of DJs with a penchant for playing Funky Breaks, HipHop Beats, Soulful Grooves and Disco Mashups.
Nick Rayman’s pursuit of new music and Denzileo’s fascination with old music mean you’re guaranteed an eclectic party set.
Both Nick and Denzileo have had shows on Barricade Radio, and are now launching their own monthly podcasts on Mixcloud and PodBean
Shoegazing Post-kraut meanderings
“Total obliteration of the senses guaranteed.” NME
The result is fortified, mutually electroloud and jizzed up by the motorik artistry of Krautrock, influenced and beguiled by the likes of Loop, Spacemen 3, Neu!, Spiritualized, Holy Fuck, 65 days of Static , Orbital and much much more musically and beyond.
Euphoric, electro-pop trio Twist Helix make accessible poignant lyrical themes exploring loss of community and urban renewal. The bands 2018 album Ouseburn (Out via Paul Back Music, Spain) has won praise for its joyous and widescreen, synth-pop take on the English North.
Emily J Electric
Emily J Electric offers a unique DJ set electrified with LED lights, live flute, and her Electric Wind Instrument. Building on a solid classical education in flute playing, she is now a professional, experienced performer with infectious energy and an impressive track record of international club and festival appearances. Expect high-energy fun and surprises!
Duck are Sarah, Chris and Evangeline, a wonky DIY synth/punk noisepop band from Sheffield/Leeds. They were once described in a review as “a cross between My Bloody Valentine and a giant robot” and haven’t shut up about it since. Debut LP “FaceAche” is OUT NOW!! They are currently working on “that difficult second album”.
Eat the Evidence
In 2014 Eat the Evidence picked up their accordion and stumbled into the UK’s Ska punk and festival scenes. They have been the punkest band on a reggae bill, or the reggae’est band on a punk night. Both somehow work as they fuse catchy riffs, party beats and brash and comical lyrics.
Rose Segal sings to share with you an inner world filled with light and colour. She was raised in Oxfordshire on reggae and blues and went on to learn classical flute and violin. Rose began to write and sing her own music when given a guitar as a 21st birthday present, by her musical father, four years ago. She began performing in Oxford in January 2016, playing with her band at venues such as The Wheatsheaf, The Jericho Tavern, The Bullingdon and the O2 Academy.
Using the voices of everyone in the band to resonate with her own, over powerful bass and compelling beats, Rose’s music is acoustic yet intense, with melodies both ethereal and uplifting.
Belle seraphin is a electronica style music producer hailing from a fluffy cloud above Sheffield in the UK and has a few years experience in music production after learning a bit of guitar and doing several courses at college. Belle then realised music production was for her and as gone on to DJ’ing her own material live. Starting from small city centre pubs and bars and going on the playing the Alchemy festival which Eatstatic also played on Sep 19th 2010. Belle seraphin has done many collaborations with other great talent and hopes to get big one day on the festival scene.
Ged made a name for himself in the late-nineties and early-noughties rocking venues in and around the North West and further afield playing acid, techno and trance.
Coming out of retirement after a 16 year break, expect a bangin’ set littered with classics from the 1990s.
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The Great Malarkey
The Great Malarkey are riotous mix of musical styles and genres delivered in a “multicultural train of fast beats and trembling slams of punk-folk spirit”. The Great Malarkey do not disappoint. They bring their whole heart (all eight of them!) to every song, every show, every album and anyone who wants to listen.
“I started performing acoustic folk around Portsmouth in 2011. After becoming addicted to the music scene, I continued to play after moving back to my home town, London, where I found my sound with an electric guitar.”
“She’s extremely talented, has a very distinct and wonderful voice, brilliant song-writing ability and is obviously very passionate about what she does.”
– She Makes Music
Fullon /night time / Progressive Psychedelic Trance DJ. Lorraine is a multi-faceted genre bashing one size fits all psychedelic disc spinner! A favourite at many parties up and down the country and branching out into some serious international festivals, Lorraine will be treating the crowd to her choice of whatever the hell she thinks is appropriate, be it chunky prog, enigmatic full-on or sizzling dark twisted wondertrance!
Singer, guitarist and songwriter Lilly J always aims to push her boundaries and challenge herself by creating obstacles to overcome with each new song.
Her raw honesty is exposed in her lyrics through thoughts, concerns and feelings, which are emphasised by her melodic choices.
She defines her craft as a form of interaction and believes that being vulnerable through music allows her and her audience to connect in a way that no other mean of communication would allow.
Nostalgic Party Bangers spanning the worlds of drum and bass, dubstep, hip hop, reggae from a guy who likes this type of music way too much