Secret Garden Party
24 Jul 2009
Jamie Woon, Nick Mulvey, The Moulettes, Kate Tempest, Sound of Rum, Daisy, Bridgette Amofah, Daniel Clark, John Berkavitch, Polarbear, Mark Hole, Joe Driscoll, Fiona Bevan, Lail Arad, Stac, Pearl Apollo, Park Bench Poet, David Goo
Secret Garden Party, Cambridgeshire
OneTaste will be performing in Centre Camp/Chai Wallahs from 4-7pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday and in Valley of the Antics from 12.30-2pm on Saturday!
Plus we will also be doing a OneTaste trail of samba parties around the site and drumming workshops. Keep checking back for details!
Jamie Woon uses his unique guitar style, loop sampler, his band and strikingly soulful vocals to create his fresh and atmospheric take on R’n’B that has an indefinable yet distinctly British slant.
The Moulettes are an orchestra of absurdity featuring cello, bassoon, guitars, violin, viola, autoharp, kazoo, trombone, drums & 5-part harmonies! Their songs are narrative driven alliterative epics of depravity, decadence and delirious devastation!
Kate Tempest is a rapper, poet and playwright. Scroobius Pip says: “She has no right whatsoever to be as good as she is…Her writing is epic, her delivery piercing, and with the addition of her band Sound of Rum her potential is realised. Inspirational.”
Sound of Rum
Sound of Rum are a 3 piece, loop-based, beats and rhymes band. Archie Marsh plays guitar & bass, Ferry Lawrenson plays drums, & rising rapper & poet Kate Tempest does the words. Their catchy Hip hop debut EP ‘Balance’ was described by Scroobius Pip as ‘Genius.’
Blessed with a natural stage confidence, aged four Daisy Kelly Granger made all the parents at nursery cry after delivering a heart wrenching solo of ‘Away In A Manger’. She got very upset because she thought she’d done something awful.
With spine tingling melodies and heart wrenching vocals its no wonder Sebastien Tellier and Candi Stanton count themselves as fans. Bridgette steps off her Oi Va Voi tour bus to captivate us with her own delicious set.
A OneTaste favourite but oh the poems that emanate from this mans lips. Sometimes sad, often painfully funny, always honest and frequently foul. Berkavitch will cross any line if its worth it and it always is.
The Brummie who speaks stories. He tells of everyday things for everyone to relate to. His style and delivery will take you with him on journeys to places you’re sure you know. ‘Just beautiful’ – Colin Murray Radio 1.
Joe Driscoll effortlessly fuses hip-hop, reggae, soul, folk and roots rock making him a champion with festival crowds. He creates the soundscape of a full band utilizing heavy vocal percussion, an array of instruments, a loop pedal, and a big imagination.
Lail Arad lives in London with her goat and two chickens. She prefers writing songs to writing biographies. Lail has recently signed with Paris-based label Notify Music and is currently working on her debut album to be released later this year.
Fiona Bevan will be enchanting us with her fiery vocals, playful, jazz tinged folk songs and award-winning lyrics taken from her recently release album ‘Plant Your Heart.
Lush harmonies gallore and the odd gorgeously deliberate note clash thrown in for good measure. Stac writes jazzy, soulful and sometimes uncomprehendably intricate tunes that leave hear audience beaming.
London soulful electro-pop duo Pearl Apollo featurs the lush voice and electrifying performances of Tanya Auclair fired by guitarist-producer, The Horse. Expect flashes of phat 70’s funk, glitchy minimal beats, sparkling cold war synth layers and infectious choruses.
Fun loving, all dancing rhythm and absolutely no blues! David Goo, a festival favourite and funny as f**k performer is gracing OneTaste with his outlandish band. Intelligent, hilarious and down right surreal.
Park Bench Poet
This stealth poet is somewhat of an inspiration to many artists who have had the pleasure of seeing him perform and is one of the few poets who, in our opinion, successfully makes that dangerous crossover between music and spoken word. The result is uplifting and heartfelt.