Ocean Colour Scene:
If you’re a Brit in you late twenties upwards you are bound to remember “The Riverboat Song”. It was the summer hit of 1997 and made life in little old Blighty feel like a permanent picnic.
“Kill the Director” is probably the most well-known release from this Liverpool indie act, and even that only reached number 35 in the UK charts. Nevertheless, this band’s cult following is sure to bump up the numbers at their IV gig.
Kissy Sell Out:
This East London-born staple on the electro scene will be bringing his very own brand of dance to Dubai. We’re not looking forward to a particular song - more his crazy performance in general. Don’t miss this boy.
This energetic new band hails from Cape Town. Their take on indie rock combines an eclectic montage of punkish guitars, electronic beats, synths and samples, combined with irrepressible vocals and a super-octane live performance.
The scouse band released two singles, The Greatest Escape We Ever Made and I Go I Go I Go, with Chess Club Records before signing with Neapolitan Music Limited in 2008. Now they’re giving Dubai a go.
Jon Kaplan, the band's singer-composer, knows how to pin a phrase to a shiny hook and sling it skyward, or so say the critics. We’ve heard good things about these guys so looking forward to seeing them live.
This British electronica artist was originally a member of alternative rock band The Servant before their 2007 split, and he is also known as a guest vocalist for the Italian group Planet Funk. His hit singles are "Alone" and "Yours" released in 2008.