Exciting line up of speakers and artists! An event not to be missed!
 





Ooberfuse are a dark-wave lush-pop band from Woolwich, London unafraid to deep-sea dive into the deepest oceans of human emotions to colour up drab contemporary life. Orchestral electronica with a familiar urban groove, strange eastern fragrances exude their sound. Grey western skylines are not shaded in the lilts and tilts of a strange new technicolour.  BBC 6's Tom Robinson describes their sound as "gorgeous.  If pop music is a broad church, then credibility is a fine line drawn down the middle of the nave, and one that Cherrie and her collaboration partner Hal St John have managed to tread deftly on this track. Music that’s upbeat and accessible, yet quirky and charming with enough grit.. Classy, well-made pop music."  Visit their website.
 


Galactus Jack, award winning DJ and Producer has been wowing crowds around the world with his infectious and energetic live performances, featuring a frantic blend of electro house, dubstep, and breakbeat. His recently released track 'Phoenix' is the first of a series of new single releases building up to his debut album dropping in 2014. Visit his site.



Baliva is a hip hop artist, writer and speaker based in London. He was born in Harare, Zimbabwe. He presented and produced a monthly hip hop podcast radio show. Last year he released a single produced by Grammy nominated producer Tony Stone. Baliva is currently performing across the UK whilst working on his album. Visit his website




 
Renée Montemayor is a British actress who is best known for her role as Briony Jones on the long running BBC Television series 'Grange Hill'. She was the one actress, out of a cast of hundreds of actors spanning over 25 years, specially chosen by BBC producers to represent the television series when it won a BAFTA award in 2001, alongside Todd Carty and Gwyneth Powell who played Tucker Jenkins and Mrs. McCluskey in the original series. She was also asked to participate in BBC 1's 'Live and Kicking Castaway Special' to represent the show on a survival-challenge match against the cast of Byker Grove. As well as being a successful actress Renée is also a trained mezzo soprano singer and has appeared in various West End musicals. As a child she played Princess Ying Yeowlak, performing the finale death/goodbye monologue at the age of four in 'The King and I' alongside film legend Yul Brynner and Virginia McKenna at the London Palledium. Visit her website.