FOLLOWING our in-depth guide that highlighted the best rock ‘n’ roll on offer at Tenement Trail, we’ve now delivered the equivalent for fans of dance and pop; providing you with the most exciting and innovative acts that could very well attain well-earned crossover appeal as they progress through their careers.
Having taken the T Break stage by storm earlier this year, Be Charlotte seems capable of adapting herself to any musical area and does so with undeniable panache. Courting interest on both sides of the Atlantic, prepare to be enchanted by this phenomenal artist and the inherently unique skill set that she brings to both songwriting and performance.
Stage time: 5:15-5:45pm, The Art School
Known for their knack for putting together truly anthemic music, Our Future Glory are a tremendous three piece that have knowledge of the pop songwriting process that goes beyond their years. Unafraid to ramp up the tempo with exhillerating dance breaks and incredible synths, check out ‘Battleheart’ below for a flavour of what to expect.
Set time: 6:00-6:30pm, Broadcast
Based in The Highlands, youthful singer/songwriter Aylee is every bit as talented as fellow Scottish synth pop acts such as Apache Darling, CHVRCHES and Prides. With music running in the family due to her father’s involvement in Scottish folk heroes Silly Wizard, Aylee has made tremendous strides forward during her short career; catching the attention of BBC introducing and various other high profile outlets
Set time: 8:00-8:30pm King Tut’s
Hailing from the bustling cultural hub of London, Nimmo make some of the most innovative and downright astounding synth-pop that’s made its way into the music industry’s consciousness in many years. Taking a traditional approach to songwriting before adding in the additional elements at a later date has been paid off in dividends, making tracks such as ‘Dilute This’ and ‘Others’ something which must be heard to be entirely comprehended.
Stage time: 9:00-9:30pm, King Tut’s
What more can we say about the hulking behemoth that is Crash Club’s signature sound? a band that have bowled us over at every single juncture, their glorious fusion of imposing rock and mind-melding dance has converted all who’ve had the distinct pleasure of setting eyes one of their live shows. You can rest assured that they will lay waste to Flat 0/1 come the climax of Saturday night.
Set time: 00:00-01:00, Flat 0/1