+ King Wine + Ross Wilcock
Entry Requirements: 18+
Katherine Aly is a unique talent with a genre-defying style based in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. The singer songwriter has already been championed by BBC Introducing, The Scotsman, The Scottish Sun and Jim Gellatly, The Skinny magazine, The Unsigned Guide, scores of blogs and Spotify playlists and featured in Vogue Italia. Her releases so far include the singles The Skin I’m Made Of, Sunny Days, Misty Me, God Breed and Butterflies.
Katherine Aly has performed at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Hidden Door Festival, EH6 Festival, Tenement Trail, Kelburn Garden Party, First Footing showcase and legendary venues like London’s The Dublin Castle and Glasgow’s King Tuts Wah Wah Hut and radio stations including Amazing Radio, CamGlen as well as stations in the United States of America, Canada, France, Spain and as far afield as Australia.
During the pandemic she continued performing for online events, on social media and did an outdoor secret show for her top Edinburgh fans and subscribers; she also got nominated for Best Female Artist on the Online Radio Awards 2020. Katherine is set to release her new 80s style synth-pop single, Glow & Ignite, which already received first spin from BBC Introducing, who enthused, “..that hook is SO catchy, we’ll be singing it for sure. Katherine is definitely reeling us in with those ear worms!”. She’s also scheduled to perform live in various venues and festivals around the country for the rest of the year.
Ross Wilcock is a Glasgow based queer spoken word artist and accessibility, diversity and inclusion activist. Perhaps best known for his work with BBC The Social and as a writer for independent arts and culture magazine SNACK, Ross’s work explores storytelling and his identity as a queer disabled artist. He is currently working towards the release of a new EP which is a collaboration with musician Finn LeMarinel.