Agency Showcases Complete

The full showcase line up for IFF 2018 is now complete and features over 30 of the hottest future festival headliners. This year’s line up including Tokio Myers, Sorry, Lotto Boyz & Soak, with agency partners including ATC Live, Coda, ITB, X-ray Touring, and Primary Talent…

On Wednesday 25 Sept (17:00 – 18:30), X-ray Touring present the sun-drenched, blistering pop of Saltwater Sun, the quintet basking in airtime from the likes of BBC Radio1 and 6Music of late.

Leeds five-piece Fizzy Blood appear at IFF off the back of performances at  Reading & Leeds, BBC Radio 1 Biggest Weekend and Download Festival, while indie punk rockers The Nectars appear in advance of headline shows in the UK & Germany. And Ten Fé showcase the duo’s perfectly crafted pop songs before a spring European tour.

On Thursday 27 Sept. (14:00 – 15:30), International Talent Booking (ITB) host four future festival favourites. Brighton-based alt-pop outfit Orchards cite influences ranging from Dua Lipa to The Wombats, while four piece guitar-electro pop band The Slow Readers Club appear following their recent top 20 album and run of festival shows.

With two hugely successful singles and an EP under his belt, John J Presley has just started his debut album campaign with BMG and AWAL, while Isle of Lewis native Colin Macleod performs at IFF following his modern, moody and epic debut album, Bloodlines.

The Thursday line up of showcases is stronger than ever this year, as from 15:30 – 17:00, Coda Agency present Australian punk four-piece Amyl and The Sniffers who bring their pugnacious, playful sound to appear at IFF following recent sold out London shows. And Birmingham duo Lotto Boyz have garnered over two million monthly listeners on Spotify and won international acclaim from artists such as Fetty Wap.

After winning Britain’s Got Talent 2017, multi-instrumentalist and producer Tokio Myers appears at IFF in advance of his sophomore album, released in early 2019, and South East London singer/songwriter Duchess completes the bill.

September 12, 2018