Tino Gee is a charismatic and multidimensional artist, born in Zimbabwe and raised in London. He specialises in animation, music, and events. His creative expression reflects his playful yet dynamic nature, as seen through his poignant lyrics, energetic live performances, and captivating stories he crafts with his art. Passionate about storytelling, ideation, and visual culture, Tino believes that art should be immersive, authentic, and direct. His mission is to inspire others to embrace their innate creativity, and deepen their connection to themselves, and the world around them. For fans of Flatbush Zombies, Andre 3000, Kid Cudi
Hailing from Soweto, South Africa, Phundo Art currently calls the United Kingdom home, A rapper who is thrillingly impossible to pigeonhole having created music within a plethora of genres from Rap, Drill & R&B. Music has always been an important part of Phundo’s upbringing. He was heavily influenced by South African Kwaito music, early 00’s hip-hop and introduced to rock music upon arriving in the UK aged twelve. Phundo started his career writing and recording music with various artists including Scxrlord and Jorja Smith. Regularly played shows across London and England including Reading and Leeds, Made Festival & Vale Festival. His close knit supportive online network of fans has allowed him to travel far and wide as he has toured as far out as Holland. Phundo has supported AJ Tracey, A$AP Mob & Kojey Radical. Phundo has also collaborated with established artists such as UK Rapper Eyez on their record FARSI, Blxckie on ‘Kung Fu’ & French Producer DJ LEWIS with their record ‘Kill Your Phone’ & has been endorsed by tastemakers throughout the industry having received airplay on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1 Xtra, Kiss Fm to name a few.
Fresh off the back of their debut at Glastonbury Festival 2022, Naia are one of the most electrifying bands on the scene. While maintaining roots in jazz, their music is shaped by their many influences, with members hailing from Spain, Palestine and London. Their live performances draw in crowds from the streets, captive your soul and will have you dancing into the night.
DJ, producer, vocalist and all round vibe-bringer, miniMel never fails to create an electric atmosphere. From her wealth of experience behind the decks, miniMel’s ability to read and respond to the crowd’s energy is truly her greatest strength as a selector. Her sets span the full spectrum of electronic dance, with a distinct global influence and focus on emotive melodies. Currently holding down residencies on Bloop London and Voices radio, she aims to showcase emerging femxle and queer talent in dance music. Quickly making a name for herself in East London, last year saw her debut at Warm-Up Festival, Body Movements and many venues across the city.
“We’ve never liked the idea of being ‘just another indie band’,” say King Kuda. The Brighton-based four-piece, whose sound has evolved from classic indie numbers to incorporating “creamy guitars, big hooks, and hypnotic grooves”, first met at university and started jamming in the living room of their shared house. Their 2018 debut single Wildflower’ was packed with spangly guitars and wistful vocals, and now boasts almost half a million streams. New banger, ‘Bloodstream’, however, is reminiscent of electronic artists Dusky and Bonobo, who the band count as recent influences on their sound as well as indie gods, Foals.
London's genre-defying sensation, Retropxssy, explores the essence of womanhood in the heart of the mosh pit. Described as 'one of the most exciting performers in London' by Neil March of Trust the Doc, her electrifying sets blend hip hop, punk, pop, jazz, dance, and electronica, transcending the boundaries of music and theatre. Having enchanted audiences across the capital and even overseas with recent performances in Canada, Retropxssy invites total immersion into her unique sound and style. 🎶 For fans of Iggy Pop, Peaches, Lex Amor 🎶 Explore themes of power, desolation, and empowerment through Retropxssy's unforgettable performances.