Lee Watson


‘Purveyor of good music which creates a feel good atmosphere’

Primarily my musical influence came from my father’s old record collection. I grew up on a lot of soul, funk and reggae music. Aside from that, I have always been a huge hip hop fan, and though I’m not primarily a hip hop D.J., I definitely throw in those nods here and there. I have ended up with quite a mixed spectrum of musical taste. today this translates into sets where I pick all the pieces of the music I love best from : pop, indie, rock’n’roll, folk, funk, soul, jazz, disco, hip hop and dance music and infuse them together.

I am very active in the local D.J. scene in Glasgow and currently have a residency in both Baad and Platform at The Arches. I am also part of a monthly radio show on Radio Magnetic called Hijacked Radio. My career highlights to date would be playing at the Riverside Festival in both 2017 & 2018 and have also been lucky enough to have played for some of the best beach bars in Tarifa, Spain. I am also very proud to have been D.J.’ing for Hijacked Records for many years.

For me it’s all about mood and playing those tracks that get you tapping your feet and nodding your head without you realising it, regardless of genre, tempo or style!

Sadie Marie


Sadie Marie is an original solo Country/Blues/Folk artist hailing from the outskirts of Glasgow.

Loving music for as long as she can remember, Sadie has been writing her own material from the age of 12.

Her distinctive sound and beautiful voice crosses the styles of Fleet Foxes, First Aid Kit and Emmylou Harris.

Whilst studying for a degree in music at the accomplished University of the West of Scotland, Sadie is hoping to craft her career through raw talent, hard work and determination.

Sadie and her amazing band played to a packed Mono in Glasgow in May 2018 for the release of her debut single ‘Lonely Lover’ (Released on Hijacked Records) before jetting off to Canada for a solo tour.

2018 looks set to be the breakthrough year for Sadie with festival appearances and more gigs planned throughout the year.

The People


Glasgow-based five-piece The People were formed in the early 2000s.

They are:
GB Piercy – vocals, acoustic guitar
Simon Graham – bass guitar, harmonies
Craig Moyes – lead guitar, harmonies
Ruaraidh Macleod – drums
Jackson Scott – piano/keyboards

They are influenced by americana, psychedelia and folk but incorporate and interpret these traditional genres to create a sound that’s new and difficult to classify.

They released their third studio album, stoRR, in 2017. Building on their previous work with aching country odes and sailors’ laments, it also showcased more expansive and eclectic arrangements and instrumentation to accompany songwriter GB Piercy’s compositions.

Having played a number of very well received live shows since the launch of the album, including support slots with the likes of California’s GospelbeacH, the Travelling Band from Manchester and the Strange Blue Dreams, they headed back into the recording studio early this year. The result of this, the Hopeman/Ships EP, sees the band meld their influences and strengths – melancholy, searching lyrics, keening harmonies, intricate guitar lines and slowly building rhythms – into an open-hearted and ultimately uplifting whole. It is due for release in early summer 2018.

Vigo Thieves


Vigo Thieves are a Scottish band from Wishaw, North Lanarkshire. The band consists of Stevie Jukes (lead vocals), Gordon Phipps (bass), Barry Cowan (guitar), Chris Gorman (vocals, piano, synth), and Alan Jukes (drums).

Having self-released 2 EP’s to date, the band became the first unsigned band to sell out 2 consecutive nights at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut and this led to appearances at T in the Park, Wickerman Festival, Tartan Heart Festival, Loopallu Festival and other festivals.

On the back of the EP’s success this saw them support the likes of The Courteeners, The Fratellis, The Wombats and Billy Idol.

The band had their song, ‘BELIEVE’, chosen as the official anthem by the Scotland national football team for The UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying campaign which saw them play to 60,000 fans at Celtic Park when Scotland faced England.