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Dot to Dot Festival: Who not to miss!

Are you wondering where you can see the best emerging bands and artists? Well look no further! Dot to Dot Festival is around the corner and we’ve got the low-down on who you need to see.

The Big Moon

Hot off of the back of their debut album release in late 2016, these ladies from London have been exciting us at URB for ages. Part of the new wave of British indie rock, having supported The Maccabees, The Vaccines and URB-favourites, VANT, they are on for big things. ‘Formidable’ deservedly featured on our A-List and I’m sure it won’t be long until they are playlisted again.
1 The Big Moon


On the heavier spectrum of the acts on offer, we have Yonaka. Their new single “Wouldn’t Wanna Be Ya” brings grungey, distorted riffs together with clean vocals to create an alt-rocker’s heaven. Yonaka really do add something different to the line-up to spice it up.
2 Sundara Karma by Anna Maria Lopez

Sundara Karma

You couldn’t go to Dot to Dot without checking out this years headliners. URB saw them last year at Moles in Bath but they have blown up since then and are now playing much larger venues. They’ve done it the hard way but they are close to becoming the biggest and the best in British indie. Do not miss them!