Tent: Zoe Graham & Katie Mackie
Zoe Graham There is an impressive maturity and attention to detail in Zoe Graham’s music that sets this accomplished young songwriter apart from her peers. On stage, you will find her fleshing out the instrumentation with loop pedals on solo outings, which has seen her share stages across the UK with artists including Kate Nash, Rae Morris, KAWALA, Fatherson and The Proclaimers. Her recent EP ‘Gradual Move’, mixed by Grammy-award winning Eduardo De La Paz (Arcade Fire, Frightened Rabbit, Rae Morris), fuses warm alt-pop synth tones with timeless songwriting rooted in folk music. Zoe has been heavily supported by BBC Radio Scotland and Amazing Radio, featured in media outlets from The 405, God is in the TV to Rolling Stone Germany – and appeared on Spotify’s New Music Friday and Fresh Finds playlists. Katie Mackie Katie Mackie is an electronic pop artist hailing from the north east of Scotland. In September she released her debut album ‘Kick It in the Head’ which includes previously released single, ‘Speak’. Katie has shared the stage with artists such as Lewis Capaldi, Heather Small of M People, Nerina Pallot, Mo Kenney, Janet Devlin and many more. With the success of her first release ‘Younger with (producer) Magnüs, Katie continued down the pop and electronic route to create her haunting but playful debut album which was produced and partly co-written by (producer) Jonathan Bennett with whom Katie continue to works with, and was mastered by Breakpoint mastering.
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