TMB @ LaL: Getting to know our stage (pt 2)

We have previously featured some of the brilliant people that you’ll find on the stage at Headrow House, but we decided to put together a quick guide on everyone that will be with us on April 29th.

If you missed it, we have already had a chat with our headliners, Strong Asian Mothers, about the TMB stage at Live at Leeds Festival. We’ve also had a look at the six acts playing between 12pm-5pm.

So now it is time for the six acts playing between 6pm-11pm.


23:00 – Strong Asian Mothers

After seeing the London three-piece at Soup Kitchen as part of Off The Record last year, we at TMB have been telling anyone who will listen that they need to see this band live. We went in not knowing what to expect and got blown away. Come do the same at 11pm at Headrow House, then you can thank us afterwards (or the band).

“Strong Asian Mothers sound like: a band that were only ever meant to play house parties spilling out into the world” – Metro

22:00 – Saint PHNX

Another act on our stage who have cracked the Spotify game. Saint PHNX are Glasgow brothers Stevie and Alan Jukes, their release of ‘King’ receiving over 5 million plays since it hit the streaming platform. If early signs are telling you anything, it’s that you should catch this band before they explode. The next Royal Blood? Possibly so! (but with better chorus’ to sing along to).

“(the duo released) two striking singles that align Saint PHNX as contenders to Kasabian’s title of chief riffs ‘n’ beats instigators.” – Clash Music

21:00 – Haus

After their storming set on our stage at Oporto last year, we’re absolutely delighted to be able to welcome Haus back to our stage. They receive glowing reports about their live show from everyone who comes across them, so don’t miss them! A band who once had so many people turn up to a show that the police had to come and sort it out.

“The sound of summer 2017 has arrived, and it comes in the form of new tune ‘Say What You Say’” – Gigslutz

20:00 – Otzeki

Falling under the genre of ‘Electronic Dance Rock’, London-based Otzeki, made up of cousins Mike and Joel, will be one of the more intriguing acts that you’ll find at Headrow House on Saturday. Their track ‘Falling Out’ has received almost 600,000 plays on Spotify, as well as plenty of plaudits.

“An intriguing offering from a duo who have already lit up the South East London scene” – Clash Music

19:00 – Zach Said

Described on the Facebook page as ‘That stuff that makes your head twitch and say ‘sshhiiitttttt, aahhh daammnnn uummhhhh’, Zach Said writes music that will make a rainy day feel bright. Having previously had his work featured on BBC 1Xtra, and having performed on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury last year, you’d be a bit silly to miss this.

“A new spin on catchy soul that has a great potential to infiltrate the mainstream; in that ‘Happy’ kind of way” – The Tipping Point

18:00 – Puma Blue

Puma Blue, real name Jacob Allen, is a South-East Londoner who put out the blissful tune ‘Want Me’ last year. We’re delighted to be hosting the dreamy sounds of Puma Blue, who supported Babeheaven on a few dates in October last year.

“It’s Jeff Buckley meets Chet Baker in warped up hazy fantasia.” – The World is Crowded