Music is Remedy host the “On The Rise” stage at Streetfest on Saturday September 15th Dalston once again bringing some of the best emerging artists on the UK scene to the Streetfest party. An eclectic line up will deliver a range of different styles and performances from the Vortex bar overlooking the rest of festival from 2pm -6pm

On the bill

Billy Dukes are two artists coming together Intalekt who is known for his work with UK breakthrough stars Jacob Banks, Kojey Radical, Jay Prince and more . Whilst GeeFree has style many compare to MF Doom. His cool calm yet powerful voice is perfect for the Dukes soulful brand of HipHop that can be found on their debut project The Intervention!

Dionne Reid is a charismatic singer songwriter from south London. This brilliant artist can be described as Soulful tones with a colourful twist; simple melodies, honest music. Expect Reggae expect Soul expect pure goodness!

Mide is a sing songwriter known for his alternative soul sound that has seen him compared to the likes of James Bay and Michael Kiwanuka.

Ruth Ellen is a South London Soul Singer/Songwriter whose fresh melodic approach to her music is inspired by a mixture of Gospel, Jazz, Hip Hop and Pop.

Julie Iwheta No stranger to the Streetfest stage performing at the 2015 her powerful, soulful and captivating vocal will leave you rocking.

Kareem Parkins Brown is bringing the Spoken word. This former Barbican Young Poet has had his work featured at venues across London and now Streetfest

Sooskie North London based singer brings elements of soul and pop to her elctro genre blending productions. Her quality vocal is the Icing on the cake.

Ewan J Philips is an alternative singer songwriter. Inspired by the sounds of Damien Rice, Lorde and Joni Mitchell to name a few this exceptionally gifted musician creates breathtaking music with an outstanding vocal to boot.

Scrulove is an artist producer from the heart of East London with an eclectic style that will get any party started right. He rocked with us in 2015 and will be rocking again in 2018.

The stage will be bringing something for everyone make sure you join us !

Register for free tickets here

Thursday August 31st 2006 in Camden Town we held out first ever Remedy event. Since then we have hosted many nights crossed passed with some extremely gifted individuals (and not so gifted) doing what Music is Remedy does best supporting, promoting and developing emerging artists and providing amazing experiences for music lovers.

On Thursday September 1st we celebrated our 10th anniversary with a very special night at Stereo 92 with bringing back some old favourites from Remedy’s past and also having some acts that we are certain will be making waves in years to come.

KBD were on hand to create this special video capture highlights from the performances and also talking to the people to find out just what Music is Remedy meant to them.

Big love to all who played a part in the video and to anyone who ever enjoyed a Remedy night.

Full list of performers and social Media links below

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Filmed and Edited by KBD

Audio recording by Tania Neacsu

Featured Track: Mundu “Supernatural” Cover


Shaun Colwill

Leslie Lewis Walker

Lizzie Nightingale


Greg Dwight

Natalie Fiawoo

Kaana Ellie

Yomi Sode


House Band on the night The Remedies

Mundu just dropped his new EP “Qollapse” and it is a quality piece of futuristic RnB confirming his status as one of the artists that you need to be looking out for. Combining synths and vocals to create warm musical landscapes with an RnB flava. This is clearly displayed in my favourite cut “Sycamore Tree” 6 minutes of bliss that belie his age and experience. So much quality and you can’t not think he’ll only get better and better.

Carnival weekend what better time to drop a dancehall banger with an international acclaimed artist? So Shakka digs into his West Indian West London Caribbean roots and pulls along Mr Vegas to give you this crazy beat.
This guy just gets bigger and bigger and bigger epic movements with the quality go back it up

I really have very little to say other than this is SICK!!! But it’s Nao so why would anyone expect anything less. Bloody brilliant press play and enjoy and get on her album ASAP she is sooo good!

Without doubt if this track is anything to go by Amber Simone is a name you will be hearing more and more of over the coming months. This track genre less in its brilliance leaves you just wanting more and more and more. Her incredible vocal leaving you to question whether it is a boy or a girl is class and the production is off the chain and hard to define as anything other than DOPE. Get to know peeps get to know.

Sometimes an artist comes along that wasn’t on your radar and just delivers a quality product that just makes you stop and applaud. No words needed just an appreciation of the quality you have just heard. This is how i’m feeling about Shiv’s “About Time” EP that just dropped. A real poised slice of RnB Soul that just sounds complete. The track below “Refuge” is a prime example of how good this project is and what a sensational vocalist Shiv is. Go check it out and get involved.

Ben Jones is cooking up something real special for his forthcoming EP project. Unfortunately I can’t embed the snippet of a video he posted with a teaser of some visuals that will showcase the EP but head over to his Facebook page to see 15 seconds of pure bliss. Tickets are now available for his EP launch at Pizza Express in 2 weeks time this will SELL OUT don’t be silly and get your hands on a ticket HERE if you love ridiculously good musicianship go check this out!

Its been the longest time coming but fresh from supporting Julian Marley Dionne ReId gives us a first taster of her forthcoming mixtape”Soundcheck”. This is some proper Reggae with Dionne’s trademark soulful vocals over the track. She sounds great and if this is anything to go by this mixtape will be FIRE!

Gwarn D.

Yes fresh Loyle Carner. Little more raw and gritty this one led by a dirty guitar rift rather than the usual soulful hip hop vibes. Dope content here love the concept and the video is smart too his mum and brother work the camera well with nice cameos from Barney Artist and Tom Misch too. Love HipHop you can’t not feel this!