Drummer, composer and producer, Moses Boyd is 2x MOBO Awards winner, recipient of The John Peel ‘Play more Jazz Award’ from the 2016 Gilles Peterson Worldwide Awards and the 2014 Worshipful Company of Music Young Jazz Musician of the Year award.
Moses has worked and collaborated with the likes of Lonnie Liston Smith, Ed Motta, Little Simz, Four Tet, Floating Points, Sampha, Zara McFarlane, Gilles Peterson, and many more, whilst leading his own outfits The Exodus and Solo Exodus, infusing Jazz, Grime and Electronic influences. Moses also releases music under his own label Exodus Records and more recently has become a new resident on BBC Radio 1Xtra.
Eight-piece South London outfit, Chainkska Brassika, have travelled far and wide, igniting crowds and setting countless venues a light with their infectious Ska anthems.
Part of the Deaf Rave collective SignKid is a sign song rapper from London, with only a handful of releases this year Kevin Walker is leading the way for deaf artists worldwide. Beautiful lyricism and poetic delivery with movement and energy.
One to Watch!
Neu-Jazz Bothers , United Vibrations are messengers from Inner Space, globe traveling and seeking those who are ready to rediscover the Golden Ratio. Members: Ahmad Dayes, Kareem Dayes, Wayne Francis, Yussef Dayes. Signed to Ubiquity Records.
Serious grooves from one of South Londons’ most promising soulful jazz outfits. Drums – Yussef Dayes Keys – Henry Wu. Signed to Brownswood Recordings.
Multi instrumentalist with a multitude of music projects, one such as Jazz band Ruby Rushton and heads up Londons well loved record label 22a Music.
Lazytalk are an energetic five-piece reggae ska brit-pop band, their stage credits include Glastonbury and FWD360.com/Wreck Sessions.
Scandinavian songwriter and music producer, the Moniker ‘Frhetoric’ is a portmanteau of the name Fredrick and the word rhetoric.
A O S O O N
A O S O O N a tender simplicity cutting through the noise of the everyday, beautiful sounds both live and acoustic chanelling a new genre of #ganstafolk
Op Sa! Balkan Band
Bringing their own passionate brand of Balkan music, influenced by the roots of the Serbian Kolo and the Turkish čoček, their repertoire is an addictive blend of wild beats, gypsy flair and modern sound. Teaming a traditional brass trumpet section with clarinets, saxophone, electric guitars, darabouka and a drum kit, they give a contemporary twist to deep-rooted cultural influences and create an un mistakeably rich sound.
Op Sa! They are big, bold and brass-heavy. We were mesmerised, the crowd compelled to dance and unable to drag themselves away from turned into a lively gypsy party.
With awesome musical chops, an energy not seen since punk rock’s halcyon days and ability to turn a gentle world music festival crowd into a heaving, pogoing mosh-pit, there’s something special about this band that manages to touch almost everyone who hears and sees them live, no matter what music they’re into
London-based genre-defiers Lazytalk and their quite incredible track ‘Memories‘ are today’s Track of the Day
Blessed with something innately special, the pair's output to date displays a chemistry that is impossible to fake.
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