Poggy’s voice is like a raw element calling you back to the wild.
Kent based singer songwriter and musician Poggy grew up in a family of 6 on the Kent coastal town of Deal.
Music filled the house during these early years and it was through playing, singing and harmonising with her 4 sisters that her musical foundation was cast.
Tischa's music is quite varied from Pop-rock to Soul and has some Native American influence in some of the songs.
Most of her songs are about the freedom to express ourselves, but also about standing up for one's right (Soul of a Rebel), love and spiritual search through nature.
Tischa uses her music as a way to contribute to a change such as respect of animals, homeless and injustice but also to express her feelings about her vision of the world and love.
Jules Madjar is somewhat of an eclectic multi-instrumentalist; having played saxophone, piano, doublebass and guitar in a variety of locals bands of different styles, among others he has played Saxophone for Dulcie May, Ben Russell & The Charmers, and Lapis Lazuli; been House Musician for the Bramleys Blues and Jazz jams, Pianist at the Shakespeare & La Trappiste, Bassist for Sophie Zhakata; directed the Whitstable Fantasy Orchestra and currently plays doublebass in the Meg Janaway Band and keys/sax in The Pinocchios, and plays as a Medieval Troubadour in This Turbulent Priest, a Bad Husky Productions historical play about Thomas Becket and King Henry the IInd.
Ryan Dalton is a product of Cleveland, Ohio. Stand up comedy has led him to regular appearances in the country’s best comedy clubs. He is a regular on the nationally syndicated, “Bob and Tom Radio Show” and his comedy album’s , “You Were Funny Too,” and “I’m Married, Let Me Tell You About It” are on rotation on Sirius XM’s “RAWDOG” comedy channel, iTunes, Pandora Music, and Spotify.
Sarah Bennetto is a stand-up comic from Melbourne, Australia, now living and performing in the UK. She has appeared on stage, radio and television as a stand-up comic and presenter, and is responsible for experimental comedy collective Storytellers' Club.
Matt started Stand-up comedy when he was 19 years old in a vegetarian restaurant. He accidentally swore profusely to a small boy to close his first 5 minutes. The rest of his career is summed up with that metaphor. Matt has been performing comedy for a long-time and it is his passion.
My name is Jodie Kent and I am Co-founder of VeganMe, which is an online platform aimed at inspiring and educating people to expand their circle of compassion by pursuing a plant-based lifestyle.
I was born in London but spent many years growing up in Canterbury and Broadstairs, so many fond memories.
Now back in London poetry can be a form of therapy in this fast paced life!
Alex Vellis is a poet, playwright, performer, journalist, and person of interest from Canterbury, Kent.
His work explores the abstracts of love, loss, gender, place, and thought.
Geoff is a self-taught singer songwriter with a blues and rock background. He has performed with his own blues rock band and deputised with other bands but is now focusing on solo acoustic performances, writing mainly about animal rights and veganism.
Pete Hicks is an established singer/songwriter with an international reputation. He is probably best remembered as the original vocalist with ex-Genesis guitarist, Steve Hackett’s first touring and recording band and also as a guest artist on a number of significant Progressive Rock albums.
Luke is a singer/songwriter from Thanet, who is a busker and a part time shop assistant at Primark.
"Even though I'd describe my music to be commercial sounding, I’ve always used music as an art form, and used my songs as an expression of myself. I think my music is quite lyrical also, in a hope people can relate to it. I’m influenced by a lot of hiphop & authentic singer/songwriters.