16:45 - BUG PRENTICE
17:30 - KT KING
KT King is a Reading-based musician who writes from the heart and cares for her art. Her style could be described as poetic, minimalistic and a little bit haunting. She floats about Reading town playing any venue that will have her and her favourite past time is to sing and play the guitar.
18:30 - WANDERING WIRES
Bringing together jazz, soul, Brazilian and electronic music, Wandering Wires’ fresh approach to songwriting is a 'genre fluid treat' [Nightshift 2018].
A regular feature of Oxford’s thriving music scene, contemporary jazz quartet Wandering Wires have also supported the Comet is Coming at Oxford’s O2 Academy, featured on BBC Introducing’s national show and played at Truck festival.
The group’s second studio album, ‘Homecoming’ was released in March 2018. Inspired by artists such as Jordan Rakei, Gretchen Parlato, Floating Points and Hiatus Kaiyote, ‘Homecoming' is an undertaking of huge creative scope that gives a taste of Wandering Wires’ ambition.
19:30 - HARROLAND
Harroland are a four-piece alt-indie band from Reading. Unique vocals from front man Michael Kennedy fuse with Steve Tabor’s synthy guitar, Kate Kennedy’s bass keys and harmonies, and Sam Tranckle’s calculated beats to create an eclectic blend of dark indie and pop hooks.
20:30 - JEN BERKOVA
Her first track is scheduled for release later this year.
21:30 - DAMIEN A PASSMORE & THE LOVEABLE FRAUDSTERS
22:30 - PEERLESS PIRATES
Peerless Pirates hail from middle England – the pastures of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire serving as their stamping ground.
Their sound is a rollicking, roustabout mix of classic 80s energetic indie, sea shanties, rockabilly, surf-rock and spaghetti western soundtracks. “Rum-soaked fun” is a phrase often – and justifiably – bandied about. If you’ve forgotten the time when indie sounded fun, here’s your chance to get re-acquainted.