Gemma Fox

When it comes to the history of UK Dance Music, the name ‘Gemma Fox’ is practically part of its complex DNA. Closely entwined with the rich history of this iconic sound, Gemma has been an influential trailblazer, a decorated songwriter, hailed as the first female vocalist of a genre and a regular feature of many radio station playlists throughout the last two decades.

It was in 2001 when Gemma’s career took to a supersonic path to success as she joined Middle Row Records and released ‘So Messy’ to the masses. It was quickly picked up by BBC 1Xtra, stamping it as a huge hit which went on to sell thousands of units, catapulting her into the mainstream and planting her victory flag firmly on the block where it remains flying proud to this day.

In 2002 Gemma signed to the legendary Polydor Records and secured a publishing deal with Zomba/Jive, she then embarked on the journey of putting pen to paper for her debut and much anticipated album. The album, entitled ‘Messy’, featured collaborations with artists such as J2K, Rodney P, Jim Jones, MC Lyte and Juelz Santana. Gemma travelled the globe during this time working with amazing talent, honing her sound and sculpting the album to ensure it was the perfect reflection of the message she wanting to broadcast. She recorded with The Hood Rats, Chucky Thompson, Jonny Douglas, Midi Mafia and many more, working tirelessly to create the sound she strived for.

“Girlfriend’s Story” featuring MC Lyte was the pivotal point, the first single release in the UK and one that quickly featured on the playlists of Kiss FM, Choice FM, BBC 1Xtra, Galaxy FM, MTV and many other iconic broadcast channels. With the track’s inspiration heavily immersed in the story of domestic violence, Gemma proudly accepted the position as patron of Woman’s Aid in a bid to spread awareness.

London Garage Orchestra

London’s finest contemporary orchestra performing classic UK Garage hits live.
The 13 piece ensemble featuring brass and strings sections have taken the festival scene by storm this summer after a successful debut show at London Remixed Festival 2019. Their two stellar vocalists are joined on stage by UK Garage legend MC Kie and fierce female MC Enamie for an explosive rendition of the most iconic tracks from the Garage era. With set lists including Artful Dodger, Craig David, and Mis-Teeq, the London Garage Orchestra brings a true UKG experience to each show. Guaranteed to get the audience jumping from start to finish!
With big stage shows at Glastonbury, Boomtown, Lovebox, Camp Bestival and Eastern Electrics festivals already under their belt and more to follow we except big things for them in 2023 and beyond!