Brighton based Zora has a unique, captivating and soulful voice which compliments her spellbinding renditions of cherry-picked cover songs (including Tracy Chapman, Tori Amos, LP, Adele, Aretha Franklin, KT Tunstall, Alanis Morisette, Queen) interspersed with charming and unforgettable originals perfectly. The prolific singer-songwriter performs with guitar and piano, creating a beguiling soundscape which showcases her individuality and flair. Zora has played at major events and venues such as Glastonbury, Pride, Boomtown and Hammersmith Apollo and toured overseas including France, Belgium, Germany and Poland. Recent performances include supporting Grace Petrie, Folkroom Records, Brighton Pride, Sistafest and many more. She brings her musings on the human condition to life, creating a captivating, magical sound that promises to ensnare the most diverse of audiences. Zora has released an album and and 2 EP's of her own songs with her former band, The Tatsmiths and with her current band, Dryadic. Dryadic's EP, "In My Blood" is available on CD and online with a new single release thus May and a full album's worth of studio recordings underway right now.
Zora has been singing, crowd surfing and bigging up the festival vibe with the legendary latin-ska collective
Duncan Disorderly & the Scallywags
Playing a melodic, infectious array of tantalizing aural delights Duncan Disorderly and the Scallywags live performances are not to be missed. Powerfully spouting a colourful blend of reggae, rumba and gypsy swing with spicy latin roots and a shiny African soul their live performances are a genuine ray of sunshine- instantly transporting your thoughts to a brighter place with feel good vibrations and catchy melodies the Scallywags are sure to keep you dancing.
If you’ve been to any festival over the past three years, chances are you’ll have at least heard talk of The Scallywag’s legendary live sets- yes, they have previously performed in little more than their birthday suits. They contrast high energy, upbeat skank-your-socks-off solos with the chilled, relaxed vibe that is at the very heart of reggae music. The spirit of the festival is the essence of this band- bringing a range of people together to dance and to enjoy the moments they bring in their purest form.