Experimental Sonic Machines
Experimental Sonic Machines is a one-person & a robot sci-fi music act with home-made instruments & costumes which began in 2010, based at Lincoln UK. He metamorphoses into a different sci-fi-style character for each song, & plays homemade instruments such as the Sonic Staff which is like a wizard's staff but makes sounds. His music is very original, with homemade music machines using paper discs as programs. There's also robot drummer Ernie. Notable gigs at The Stubnitz ship at Canary Wharf London, Lost Voices at Liverpool UK, Chameleon at Nottingham UK & Raw Power Festival at London, Leigh Folk Festival in Essex, Belper Goes Green, Festival 8 & Northern Green Gathering, & Britain's Got Talent. Experimental Sonic Machines is on facebook.
Heather Nicholls is a singer-songwriter, playing both covers and her own original songs. Heather began writing music since 2014, and enjoys writing for a variety of different genres. Heather's live performance style usually consists of acoustic Indie music.
"Inspired by bands such as Sunny Day Real Estate and Rival Schools, but toned-down to an unplugged level, Dameda play 90s emo influenced acoustic-tunes that are moving, melodic, and nostalgic in their dream-like quality. Wrapped up in thoughtfully constructed songs, Dameda exhibit a unique sense of melody through both vocals and intricate guitar-play."
- Lee Taylor of The Screever Zine
Listen to Dameda's latest EP here.
Annely Black is an Estonian singer-songwriter, who for the last 8 years has travelled all over the world, chasing inspiration. A multitude of cultural influences are reflected in her songs, which are largely rooted in Alternative, Indie and Folk Rock.
Max Burke is composer for film and media broadening his horizons with live performances. Max play piano covers of his compositions and will be playing a crowd favourite "Dream Control", exploring the strange concept of dreams.