A world class music and events complex in the centre of Nottingham that houses six recording studios, 14 rehearsal rooms and a mastering suite equipped with a vintage vinyl lathe.

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Who’s performaning:

Manu Delago:

Pioneer of the hand pan, Grammy nominee and Bjork’s touring percussionist performs a special at home performance.

Haiku Salut:

Famed for their performances allowing the music to cast its magical spell, their music rises from minimal, glitchy pop songs into moments of distinct and awe-inspiring grandiosity.


With a rich Americana soul sound and superb song writing, Georgie is often cited as one of Nottingham’s finest exports

Camille Christel:

Championed by Mary Anne Hobbs with her debut track, Camille has since collaborated with musicians in Berlin and releases her debut EP on Dalliance Recordings later this year.

Melt Yourself Down:

As seen on Later with Jools Holland, the jazz-funk act put on legendary live shows and this online special performance will be no different.

Holly Redford Jones:

The imaginary sonic love child of the likes of Kevin Morby and Joni Mitchell, fusing soft, idiosyncratic guitar tones with distinctive vocals sitting comfortably within indie, jazz and folk.

Snapped Ankles:

Welcome to the curious world of Snapped Ankles. Their idiosyncratic art rock sound is marking them out as the exciting new band which is transforming modern music. Even Iggy Pop is a fan!


Expect hypnotic tracks straddling an impressive spectrum of sound; deconstructed rock ’n’ roll, dissonant noise and analogue electronics, from the artist whose debut album was 6Music’s Album of the Day.


Alternative country singer/songwriter, who has played Splendour festival two years in a row, combining traditional country with catchy pop melodies. Main musical influences include First Aid Kit and Jake Bugg.

Invisible Orchestra:

A 16-piece ensemble combining soul, Latin, deep funk, jazz and big band with huge orchestral sweeps, Afrobeat, Arabic punk, hip-hop and brass-heavy dance music, creating a vibrant, energetic tour de force.


DJ Fever:

Nottingham hip hop scratch DJ and producer who has been scratching for 20 years. His sets vary from hip hop, RnB, funk, rare grooves and 80s soul.

Alfie Sharp:

Recently signed to Island Records, Alfie has a remarkably unique voice ready to be discovered. His debut single achieved the number two spot in the iTunes RnB charts.

Rob Green:

Nottingham-based soul r&b singer songwriter has performed at Glastonbury, BBC Proms and supported Earth Wind and Fire. His music has been played on BBC Radio 1 amassing tens of thousands of plays on Spotify.

Mollie Ralph:

Described by BBC’s Dean Jackson as a “Soul Queen”, Mollie mesmerises her audience at every gig, silencing the liveliest of crowds with her soulful tone.

Otis Mensah:

Offering an alternative take on contemporary Hip-Hop and spoken-word, Otis’ work has been seen at Glastonbury festival and on stages supporting Benjamin Zephaniah and Arrested Development.


Their tracks are loud and punchy, their stage presence is undeniable, injecting a comforting contrast between modern day rock and 70s glam into the veins of the music scene.


With their high energy live shows the band have gone from strength to strength, gaining over 23,000 streams and labelled “a band to be reckoned with” by BBC Introducing’s Dean Jackson.

Chai Six:

Fusing funk, jazz, soul and blues. The band is fronted by Chai Larden, traditionally a neo-soul singer, who works with her fellow band members to create unique melodies and rhythms.

Soft Girls and Boys Club:

Psych rock/dream pop band, drawing influences from The Beatles, Paul McCartney & Wings and Led Zeppelin, and modern rock from the likes of Tame Impala and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.


Discovered by Jake Bugg’s manager and on BBC Introducing’s “One’s to watch” list. Within a year of forming the band released their first single, Caught in a Storm, which clocked over 20,000 streams in a week.

Jacob Fowler:

Currently training in musical theatre, Jacob Fowler’s singing is influenced by the likes of Sam Smith and Lewis Capaldi. His own music reflects this but with a more upbeat feel.

Red Pig Flower:

South Korea’s Red Pig Flower is a Berlin based video and sound artist as well as a techno DJ and producer. For this performance, Red Pig creates a conceptual show to explore ‘techno as a ritual’.

Nactus Kunan:

Combining arpeggiating synths, luscious strings and pounding disco beats to create their own unique sound. Nactus have built a strong local following and received airplay on BBC 6 Music.


An audiovisual performance that uses an electronically modified flute; with sensors that read light, motion and inclination to manage digital audio and video in real time. Filippo Gualazzi (visuals), Alessia Damiani (electronics), Alessia Lorrai (M-Flute)

Simone Sims Longo:

This Italian composer and performer of electronic music presents a dynamic and immersive audio-visual performance. He is interested in creating sound in the digital domain, focused on timbre exploration with different techniques.



All weekend




International and local artists showcasing some top talent





Metronome Set 7

Haiku Salut, Holly Redford Jones, Nactus Kunan, Beth Rowley

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Metronome Set 1

Georgie, Jacob Fowler, Rob Green, Chai 6ix, Alfie Sharp, Soft Girls, and Boys Club Camille Christel

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Metronome Set 2

Nactus Kunan, BRIA, Deco, Vega Bay, Mollie Ralph

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Metronome Set 3

Reflekter, Arcades, Cucamaras

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Metronome Set 4

TVAM, M-Flute, Otis Mensah

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Metronome Set 5

Manu Delago, Snapped Ankles, The Invisible Orchestra, Melt Yourself Down

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Metronome Set 6

Simone Sims Longo, Red Pig Flower

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