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The Amazons were the most hotly tipped band of 2017 earning themselves a place on MTV's Ones To Watch list among others. They followed through with their debut album reaching #8 in the official chart. From BBC Radio 1 and 6Music A-lists, to rounding off the campaign with a sold-out tour including London's Kentish Town Forum, The Amazons are now a rock band poised for greatness in 2019.


Pale Waves are an English indie pop band from Manchester, formed in 2014. It was founded originally as Creek when lead singer and guitarist Heather Baron-Gracie met drummer Ciara Doran while attending university in Manchester. The band was joined by guitarist Hugo Silvani and bassist Charlie Wood, completing the lineup. Pale Waves released their debut single "There's a Honey" in 2017, followed by "Television Romance". The following year, the band were ranked fifth in the BBC Sound of 2018 poll and won the NME Under the Radar Award at the NME Awards. Pale Waves' debut EP, All the Things I Never Said, was released in February 2018. Their debut studio album My Mind Makes Noises was released on 14 September 2018 and reached number eight on the official UK Albums Chart.

Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over at all times.




Duvall, Luke and Gavin, aka Disciples, are referred to as dance music’s most exciting triple threat. This team of producers, vocalists and DJs have been championed by the likes of Pete Tong, Annie Mac and MistaJam, and initially earned a plethora of attention for their underground hit ‘Remedy’. Subsequently signed to the legendary FFRR label, they’ve built on their growing reputation with the singles ‘Catwalk’ , ‘Poison Arrow’ and hit ‘They Don’t Know’.

They have expanded their sonic palette flirting across genres and in the process spin something fresh from their roots in House. After making a major impact in the charts with their Calvin Harris collaboration ‘How Deep Is Your Love’ which went to #2 in the UK chart, spent 7 months in the UK chart and sold 4 million copies globally, the trio have gone on to work with dance music titan David Guetta on ‘No Worries’, played a full UK headline tour, and played sets at Glastonbury, Wireless, SW4, Creamfields, and Amnesia.



Since starting out on YouTube with their own DIY Webisodes, West London’s finest pirate radio station, Kurupt FM, having been causing a stir across TV and radio after a pilot was picked up by BBC 3. With a cult following including famous faces like Ed Sheeran, Chase & Status, JME, Annie Mac, Big Narstie and Maisie Williams to name a few, the guys have gone on to have sold out London shows and played the likes of Bestival, Creamfields, Nass, Boomtown, and NASS.



joined forces in 2010 through their shared passion for music and performance. Combining their key strengths, they have quickly become the dynamic duo known for wowing crowds.

Their talents did not go unnoticed and in 2011 they were signed up by Ministry of Sound to head up their new student brand 'Unitrash'. In 2013, after an extremely successful two years, with national and international gigs under their belts, R3WIRE & VARSKI were snapped up by super brand MTV to join their new team. They were to become musical curators, hosts and ambassadors to MTV UK's new clubbing division 'CLUB MTV'.

The duo plays a wide & eclectic variety of music from main room house to underground bass. They will often tease a crowd with several curve balls. The pairs' combination of DJing ability, raw energy and polished hosting skills, which crowds gravitate towards, has created a highly tuned, powerful and effective formula.

Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over at all times.



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