Molino creates futuristic music from bygone times, carefully pieced together by musical adventurers from New Zealand, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Iceland. Like a mysterious indie-pop orchestra, Molino marches through the deserted streets of a dystopian world with sizzling electronics and ominous brass instruments. In the electrified air, influences of Thom Yorke, Juana Molina, and Tune-Yards linger, and amidst a valley of steel skyscrapers, echoes of bands like Beirut, Balthazar, and Efterklang resound.

Kaya Imani

Dutch singer-songwriter Kaya Imani has captivated audiences with her deep voice and expressive lyrics, by effortlessly blending contemporary R&B with soulful rhythms. Through her songs, she delves into the complexities of life, love, and human relationships, skillfully weaving together modern beats with vintage R&B elements to convey her themes. With her unique sound, which is both familiair and relatable, and unfiltered lyrics, she’s a breath of fresh air and a rising star to keep an eye out for.

Blossom Caldarone

London based Blossom Caldarone is a young jazz singer songwriter. Accompanying herself on the cello or piano, she writes about the small things in life that are often overlooked and most of her songs are about people she knows, has seen or met. Inspired by a range of artists such as Carleen Anderson, Syd Barrett and Tracy Chapman, Blossom hopes to put a smile on your face with her honest lyrics.

Sophie Faith

London-based singer-songwriter Sophie Faith’s music is an expressive and moving capsule into a troublesome time. Stunning vocals guide you through her narrative-led poetic lyricism which is drenched in emotionality. Sophie’s personality is instantly infectious and she has the ability to convey even the most subtle emotional nuances through her choice of tone, creating a tangible link between her and the audience. Previous collaborators include Stormzy, Flatbush Zombies, Reuben James and many more. We can’t wait to be enticed by her smooth blend of neo-soul, R&B, pop and jazz.

Sababa 5

Sababa 5 emerged when a group of musicians, known for their work for the top Tel Aviv's music scene, joined forces. The band's sound constantly shifts across genres and beats, but at its core, it's always groove-centric. Their main source of inspiration comes from Israel's "lehakot ketzev" beat groups who combined psychedelic rock and Mediterranean Arab tunes back in the '60s and ‘70s. By blending Eastern and Western flavors and their own creative input, Sababa 5 creates a style that is one-of-a-kind.

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.

DjeuhDjoah & Lieutenant Nicholson

Once again, DjeuhDjoah & Lieutenant Nicholson push the boundaries of traditional French song to make the world dance. Their third album, 2+, is a new sound stopover in their funky trip since their beginning with T’es qui? in 2015. It’s eclectic, soft, deep and funky - where electro, soul, Bossa nova and afro beat intertwine.


Amartey is a singer, songwriter and performer with Ghanaian roots who was born and raised in Amsterdam Zuidoost. He has been creating music for a considerable time. His musical journey started out with being a member of a church choir, and as the years went by, his fascination with music only grew. He found inspiration in artists like Usher, Travis Scott, as well as African performers such as Kojo Antwi and Bisa Kdei. His musical signature can be defined as a fusion of Afro beats, R&B, and pop influences.

Lander & Adriaan

Their common fondness for slick digital synths and 90s underground dance music genres brought Lander & Adriaan together to submerge in symbiotic jams. The result? A gently disturbed mashup of genres like Chicago juke, Detroit techno, UK-Funky, Classic rave with jazz improv that brings you to a realm of unguilty pleasure, sheer weirdness and pure excitement. ‘Post Nudism Rave’, as they call it. Raw sweat-drippy dance music dipped in energy and euphoria.