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Mon 4th Jun at 1:00pm
@ Queen Of Hoxton, London
Featuring: Norman Jay, Dog Is Dead, Slow Club, The View, The Milk, Chew Lips, Newton Faulkner, Goldierocks, Angus Stone, Yadi, Blood Red Shoes, Jamie N Commons, Kyla La Grange, Yes Sir Boss!, The Castells, Holly Walker, Jen Long, Cut Ribbons, Among Brothers, Lianne La Havas
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Festifeel!: Norman Jay + Dog Is Dead + Slow Club + The View + The Milk + Chew Lips + Newton Faulkner + Goldierocks + Angus Stone + Yadi + Blood Red Shoes + Jamie N Commons + Kyla La Grange + Yes Sir Boss! + The Castells + Holly Walker + Jen Long + Cut Ribbons + Among Brothers + Lianne La Havas
Curated by their patron Fearne Cotton, Festifeel is set to provide another fruitful mix of musical acts, festival vibes, and performances, to kick start the Summer Festival Season, and all in aid of boobs. Blood Red Shoes will be DJing only.
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Norman Jay is unquestionably one of the most respected and popular DJs in the world today. Co-founder of the legendary Good Times Sound System and London dance music station KISS FM, Jay fostered the ‘Rare Groove’ scene pushing the boundaries of the UK’s emerging club culture.
Awarded an MBE for services to DJing and music, he recently compiled his most eclectic compilation to date, ‘Good Times Skank & Boogie’. He continues to tour around the UK, converting generations of clubbers to the cause, championing new sounds, yet never forgetting his musical roots, thus guaranteeing nothing but ‘Good Times’.
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Nottingham quintet who have a knack for making bright, breezy and infectious indie pop.
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A boy, a girl, with beautiful music to warm your heart. Country-pop-sing-a-long twisted duet tunes.
The Sheffield duo formed in 2006 following the break-up of previous band, The Lonely Hearts.
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The Scottish shimmering indie-rock four-piece landed themselves a Mercury Music Prize nominated no.1 debut album in 2007 and have never looked back since, celebrating their tenth anniversary in 2015. These guys might wear the same jeans, but five albums later their infectious blend of clashing guitars, swirling melodies, unexpected crescendos and psychedelic vocals show no signs of stopping, with a continual reputation as a captivating live band.
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Hotly tipped Essex 4-piece playing a tasty blend of Soul, Rock'n'Roll, Dance, RnB and Pop. The band can count Fun Lovin' Criminal turned 6Music presenter Huey Morgan amongst their growing fanbase. The boys revisited the classic Motown, Stax and Trojan Records that had soundtracked their teens, intent on putting on a club night. Instead, they hit a creative breakthrough and formed The Milk.
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Chew Lips consist of vocalist and uber-cool frontwoman Tigs and multi-instrumentalist James Watkins. The band formed in 2009 after the pair had been in indie bands but then had the desire to form something new, something pop and something exciting.
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Newton Faulkner makes soulful and heartfelt acoustic blues with a pop edge and a distinctively laid-back style. Hailed by many as the 'next Jack Johnson', his music covers many genres, including folk, blues, soul and country.
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Entwining taste with style, zest and motion, her sets and appearances are more performance rather than mere, tame exhibitionism building, and popping just when the ambience is ready, and the crowd screams for more. Goldierocks is infecting the capital, and beyond.
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Blood Red Shoes are a girl/boy guitar/drums shout-rock duo from London influenced by The Slits and Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Steve, who plays drums, used to be in Cat On Form.
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Young folk troubadour from London with touches of Richard Thompson and Nick Drake. It's hard to believe he's not American - he was born in Bristol (though he did spend his formative years in Chicago).
"With a whiskey and nicotine soaked growl of a voice, a five piece band and a bunch of songs that sound like they were uncovered in an attic where they'd been lying there since 1959 waiting for Johnny Cash or Nick Cave to cover them" - BBC Sounds Of 2012.
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Kyla La Grange is a former Cambridge philosophy student whose songs are inspired by the "epic sadness" of Cat Power and Elliot Smith. The Watford-born daughter of hippy parents, she began writing songs aged just five.
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Bristol-based, infectiously lively band playing their own take on 'reggae meets rock with a touch of blues'.
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Lush orchestral experimental pop that has been championed by BBC 6 Music and Cardiff's Radio 1.
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London young soul sensation, with influences from Nina Simone and Ella Fitzgerald to Lauryn Hill. Her voice is clear, pure and soulful with a sassy and jazzy vibe. She grew up in London. Her father is an amateur jazz musician and a bus driver. When her parents divorced, she went to live with her grandmother and started singing when she was 7. Lianne was nominated for the BBC's Sound Of 2012 poll and her debut album 'Is Your Love Big Enough?' was iTunes Album Of The Year 2012.
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