The Inbetweeners Stage
Access Creative College are a nationwide college for the creative industries, offering young people the chance to study everything from Games Production to Music Production to Media and Events. How many colleges can shout out about having Ed Sheeran as an ex-student and patron?!!
Their Norwich College curated the Inbetweeners Stage at Latitude 2019 and showcased emerging and local talent across a range of formats.
The live acts included:
Finn Doherty; an alternative artist from North London, based in Norwich. His songs combine Hip-Hop grooves with alternative rock guitars and soulful vocal melodies. For fans of Bon Iver, Massive Attack and Lil Peep.
Emily Lockett is a singer/songwriter from Stoke on Trent who started writing songs at 12. She’s been played on BBC Radio Stoke, Best of British, CMR Nashville and Keep it Country TV, and made the “Listening Post” weekly short-list on Tom Robinsons “Fresh On The Net” blog.
Jordan Phillips represents optimism, with his catchy melodies and authentically raw and soulful style. Jordan brings his own unique spin to the world of acoustic music – one to watch!
18yr old singer songwriter Sylvia Daley – once described as “Taylor Swift’s twisted sister” – offers a strong melodic sensibility complemented by her collaborator/lead guitarist Arthur Foulstone’s atmospheric textures and art rock influence.
Poet and rapper SAF-S2E is a member of Manchester’s Young Identity; he performed in Breathe and Breathe 2 produced by New York’s The Dream Ring, and at Manchester International Festival (MIF).