BBC Introducing, Confetti and Metronome presents

Thursday 22 November 2018

7:00 pm : Main Stage

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BBC Introducing, Confetti and Metronome partner up to showcase the best local music.
The event will be recorded, and will be mixed by Andy Rogers (BBC Radio 1’s senior producer!!)

Doors 7.00pm

7:45-8:15: Camille Christel

Camille Christel recorded their debut 3 track EP in Nottingham in March 2018 which was immediately championed by Mary Anne Hobbs playing the song Copenhagen on BBC6 Recommends show and consequently made it her game changing Sunriser track of her weekend breakfast shows. “an exquisitely beautiful piece.” Mary Anne Hobbs BBC6

8:35-9:05: Vega Bay 
‘Vega Bay are one of Nottingham’s finest homegrown indie bands. Since forming in late 2015, Vega Bay have persistently impressed listeners both through their debut EP and energetic live performances.  So far Vega Bay have racked up multiple slots at renowned festivals such as Dot To Dot, Tramlines and most notably Ynot Festival.

9:25-9:55:

10:15-10:45: DECO
Feelgood indie-poppers Deco have spent the past two years building their reputation as one of the country’s most exciting bop-makers. Support slots with the likes of Declan Mckenna and Fickle Friends, and their successful debut headline tour in March 2018, their ascent shows no sign of slowing down. Expect new romantic-inspired synth hooks in the vein of Friendly Fires and Years & Years. 

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BBC Introducing, Confetti and Metronome presents

BBC Introducing, Confetti and Metronome partner up to showcase the best local music.
The event will be recorded, and will be mixed by Andy Rogers (BBC Radio 1’s senior producer!!)

Doors 7.00pm

7:45-8:15: Camille Christel

Camille Christel recorded their debut 3 track EP in Nottingham in March 2018 which was immediately championed by Mary Anne Hobbs playing the song Copenhagen on BBC6 Recommends show and consequently made it her game changing Sunriser track of her weekend breakfast shows. “an exquisitely beautiful piece.” Mary Anne Hobbs BBC6

8:35-9:05: Vega Bay 
‘Vega Bay are one of Nottingham’s finest homegrown indie bands. Since forming in late 2015, Vega Bay have persistently impressed listeners both through their debut EP and energetic live performances.  So far Vega Bay have racked up multiple slots at renowned festivals such as Dot To Dot, Tramlines and most notably Ynot Festival.

9:25-9:55:

10:15-10:45: DECO
Feelgood indie-poppers Deco have spent the past two years building their reputation as one of the country’s most exciting bop-makers. Support slots with the likes of Declan Mckenna and Fickle Friends, and their successful debut headline tour in March 2018, their ascent shows no sign of slowing down. Expect new romantic-inspired synth hooks in the vein of Friendly Fires and Years & Years. 

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