Witch Fever


Manchester based all girl punk grunge band.

"They are raw, in your face and making a glorious and beautiful racket, are full of explosive and kinetic energy and collapsing new riffs and are going to make a noise musically and culturally…" - John Robb for Louder Than War
"Imagine the Slits meet Black Sabbath partying with Pussy Riot in Kim Gordon's angry neighbors basement. Drunk. Witch Fever are wonderful." - Dave Haslam
"All girl grunge punk band from Manchester with unhinged feral vox and a ramshackle approach yes, but supercool sonics, this band display an undeniable rough-hewn charm." - Bug Bear Promotion


Chuck SJ Hay


Queer DIY Folk Punk

Continuously challenging views on Sexism, Fascism, Capitalism and anything else that needs shouting about.


Roo Honeychild


Roo Honeychild is a DJ, event and music producer based in Dublin. Roo is best known as resident and co-founder of Club Comfort, a monthly party, radio show, and community project, focused on generating joy and inclusivity in the joyless and divisive Late Capitalist landscape. Honing her skills on the Irish club and festival circuit, Roo has developed a diverse and unique style of selection. Taking Baltimore Club and other regional US bass and club sounds as a base, she weaves diverse beats and tonalities from across the globe with energetic attention to rhythm and the body. Roo forefronts the work of prominent and lesser known female and queer club vocalists from across the Anglophone sphere and beyond, investing deep belief in the dance’s potential as a liberatory space for the downtrodden. Her lasting obsession is with collective dance and crowd consciousness, and it is this that she’s equipped to effect.

Red Light Radio Amsterdam debut: https://www.mixcloud.com/RedLightRadio/roo-honeychild-for-rlr-hens-teeth-dublin-11-30-2018/?fbclid=IwAR0enHo7pYXBVJFl4osEnZioJVleTxy9HdvVKIhudQJASP77pucsUvqY89o



Well-known, yet misterious, Maastricht-based dj that makes the town shake with digital cumbia, tropical bass, kuduro beats vibes.


Maddie Morris

Leeds, UK

Maddie is a contemporary folk artist who writes and performs her own music, her inspirations include Joni Mitchell, Ani Difranco, and Anais Mitchell. Her most recent EP entitled 'walking forward' tackles issues surrounding woman’s rights, LGBT activism and mental illness. Her music is insightful, haunting and poetic.