Curated by Claire Sambrook. With Rebecca Omonira Oyekamni
With a love of vintage music, Professor Gramophone has been collecting & spinning vintage vinyl for over 3 years. Playing swing, Bigband and Jazz all on original 78 Vinyl and on antique windup gramophones (albeit with a 21st Century sound system) “The Professor” brings the 1920’s, 30’s & 40’s to life in the way they were meant to be heard.
Swedish born DJ extraordinaire with 11 years of experience behind the decks of some of Swedens hottest venues. Former Resident DJ on the beautiful island of Cyprus with some played venues including the UK owned Super-club The Castle Club. Current Resident DJ of Park Lane, Gothenburg Sweden. Tastes in music ranges from the harder electronic genres like minimal and tech house to Hip-Hop, Pop and EDM.
Lousy Nic simply does not leave any dance floors empty.
WONDERLAND called her one of the most impressive artists of now, Grace has had ongoing support from BBC introducing, she is listed as one of ELLE’s most inspiring women and 4 times UK Beatboxing champion, Grace Savage is nothing short of impressive. So far this year Grace has been nominated for "Best Female Solo Act" and "Best Songwriter" at the Unsigned Music Awards.
Wendy May’s muscial career started as a “Punk Buyer” for Virgin Records in Notting Hill Gate in the late 70’s. After her band “The Boothill Footappers” broke up in 1986 before starting a nightclub at “The Town & Country Club” in Kentish town providing Phil Jupitius and Norman Cooke (Fatboy Slim) one of their first opportunities on the decks and bringing in the likes of Madness, Elvis Costello and Paul Weller as regulars. After a 28 year career in which time she has hosted Radio shows on Capital FM and hosting “The Tube” on Channel 4 Wendy May remains as committed to the music as ever and is never happier than when on stage spinning records.
Socially conscious duo CeCe Hemmings and David Moriaty, that together form ‘Hemmingway’ hope to strike a chord in people's hearts, as well as shaking the foundations of the venue with their massive sound. Hemmingway uses elements from drum’n’bass, dubstep, punk, electro and pop to comment on topics such as immigration and domestic violence.