Ronni Mardor is an American-Israeli Singer-Songwriter and a Composer based in London.

Paper Dress Vintage, Alleycat, Nambuka, The Good Ship, The Gladstone Arms, O2 Academy Islington and Acklam Village Market are only few of London's top venues Ronni performed in.

Following two years in the Israeli Defence Forces, a solo-backpacking journey to India and Japan gave her a whole new approach to life in general and music in particular.

These days Ronni is a third year BASW student and working on an acoustic performance, containing new materials for her upcoming EP. Ronni is currently writing with Kostas Georgiadis at ‘KOR music for film’, a TV & cinema scoring repertoire. In addition, Ronni recorded a children’s fiction audiobook that delightfully presents the conflict between our inner wishes to do all we can dream of and the concern about “what others will think of me”. The book “MA YAGIDU?” (In Hebrew = “What Will They Say?”) has been published first in Hebrew in June 2018.


Garage Rock Two-piece from Newcastle, UK. 

Scott Logan (Guitar/Lead Vocals)
Liam Parker (Drums)

The Black Gasolines
Alternative Garage Rock band from Belgium

Tom Dulieu has been writing and producing music since he was fifteen, and has been pursuing a career in it full time now for three years.

In this time he's released two EP's and maintained a rigorous touring schedule, solo and with his backing band. 

He performs regularly in London and South/East England, and with a growing following of dedicated fans, he is surely one to be watching in 2018.

He is a folk/rock artist, his music has been compared to: 

Queens of the Stone Age, Radiohead, Johnny Cash, Stereophonics and Nirvana.

His songs subject matter deal with the pain of love, infatuation and loss.

For more information on his latest releases and upcoming gigs visit