Hak Baker

Hak Baker’s story begins on the Isle of Dogs where his working class community became his muse and inspired an unconventional, rebellious career that has made him become one of the most respected and reverent British artists of his generation. Hak’s tales of inner city London life climb a spectrum between youthful nihilism and male vulnerability, to understanding that within the personal lives the political, as Hak paints a picture of a country in turmoil through his poetic lyricism. With fans spanning culture and genre, from Celeste to Mike Skinner, Fontaines DC to Skepta, Slowthai to Pete Doherty to Joy Crookes and Reuben Dangoor, Hak’s fanbase identify as “MisFits”, like-minded individuals who question the status quo and celebrate Hak’s anti-genre, “G-Folk” sound. The end of the world has never sounded so bold, so imaginative, or so thrillingly full of the glorious, chaotic wonder of life.

Alex Vargas

Prepare to be left breathless if you venture into the electrifying world of an Alex Vargas concert. This Danish sensation boasts a voice of pure gold and a stage presence that's second to none. While his earlier indie-pop creations carried some weight, Vargas now embraces a vibrant shift, infusing his tunes with the groove of the 60s and 70s. On his latest album BIG BIG MACHINE, he is rekindling the joy that initially fueled his musical journey. Choosing to embark on a fresh and colorful musical odyssey, he's leaving no room for monotony.