Saturday, 28 June 2014

Video: One Bomb - Never Give Up at Glastonbury 2014 featuring Sherry

One Bomb - Never Give Up at Glastonbury 2014

Published on 28 Jun 2014
One Bomb perform Never Give Up at Glastonbury 2014.

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Friday, 27 June 2014

BBC at Glastonbury: One Bomb with Sherry perform at 3.45 today on BBC Introducing stage

BBC at Glastonbury

BBC Introducing

One Bomb

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One Bomb

Supported by BBC Introducing in East Midlands

One Bomb are an electronic music duo from Nottingham formed in 2012 by Si Tew and Shookz.
Before the creation of the duo, Si Tew and Shookz were both producers in their own right and their individual styles shine through in their tracks. Shookz’ drum and bass past inspires One Bomb’s gritty bass lines, whilst Si Tew’s downtempo and electronic background stimulates the soothing elements and electronic textures. Add to this a love of house and garage and you have a perfect blend that is bound to create some positively perfect summer tracks.
Since submitting their tracks to the Uploader, BBC Introducing in the East Midlands couldn’t resist their electro sound and have supported them ever since. With two tracks on the Radio 1 playlist in the past few months, this Nottingham pair will have inevitably secured some fans to pack out the tent on Saturday at Glastonbury.

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One Bomb will have Sherry as their feature singer at Glastonbury


SATURDAY Glastonbury line up

1XTRA21:00 - 00:00
GEORGE EZRA19:00 - 19:25
AQUILO18:05 - 18:30
RADIO 217:15 - 17:40
SOAK16:30 - 16:55
ONE BOMB15:45 - 16:10
R1 HUW STEPHENS15:00 - 15:25
GENGAHR14:15 - 14:40
ANNIE EVE13:30 - 13:55
6MUSIC12:45 - 13:10
POLLY MONEY12:00 - 12:25


One Bomb
One Bomb

A Heage man will be fulfilling a long-held ambition this weekend when he plays on the BBC Introducing Stage at the world-famous Glastonbury Festival.

Paul Froggatt, 30, who works under the name of Shookz, and Derby-based Si Tew are members of One Bomb, a live electronic dance act who are enjoying a year to remember.
Over the past few months, One Bomb have been featured on the BBC Radio 1 daytime playlist with two tracks: Good Times Roll feat Georgia Copeland, and Take Over feat Aja & Jackdalad (Matches UK Garage Remix).
They also got asked to do the official remix for this year’s UK Eurovision Contest entry Molly, which then got the nod of approval from Warner Records.
Now, the next stage on their musical journey sees them play the BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury. They will be appearing on Saturday from 3.45pm.
One Bomb describe themselves as ‘an originally crafted electronic dance duo who push the boundaries of live performance and musical innovation’, and ‘a diverse and creative dance act, providing listeners with an eclectic fusion of house, garage and bass to create futuristic harmonies and awe-inspiring sounds.’
Their star is clearly rising in the music industry and 2014 has seen One Bomb’s reputation steadily gathering momentum.
Paul, a former pupil of Swanwick Hall School, explained: “We had a BBC Introducing Masterclass in 2013, plus the Radio 1Xtra playlisting, and that’s led on this year to the Radio One daytime playlisting, the Eurovision remix and now this. It’s been an awesome year so far, with one good thing after another, and this is the biggest yet.
“We’ve not actually been to Glastonbury before!
“We both always said we’d only go when we could play it, but you always wonder if it will happen.”

“We split our time between the East Midlands and London and it’s going well for us. The news about Glastonbury was announced live on the Huw Stephens Radio One show, which was a great moment for us.
“We’ve been at it for about ten years as One Bomb and it’s been a natural progression over that time until we’ve got to the stage now where it’s really coming together nationally for us.
“Me and Si are both producers in our own right and I’ve been working under the Shookz name for 15 years now.
“It’s going to be a great experience, but we’ve got a lot to do before then. For example, we had three DJ sets and one live show last weekend so we’ve been too busy to worry about it too much!”
The duo have been perfecting their live performance thanks to the inclusion of Georgia Copeland (Vocals), Wreh-Asha (Vocals), Acer (Vocals), Greg Rawson (Percussion), Beth Frisby (Violin, Vocals) and Urban Projections (Visuals). One Bomb Live has become the platform for the 360 One Bomb experience, allowing the dance act to showcase their high energy performance on any stage, setting them up perfectly for the festival season.
With the duo going from strength to strength, One Bomb look set to explode into the mainstream.

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Sherry has Glastomised her Converse with gold dust !

about an hour ago via Instagram 
Customising my Converse with a bit of golden shimmer in preparation for Glasto...lets hope it goes with the outfit : )

Photo: Customising my Converse with a bit of golden shimmer in preparation for Glasto...lets hope it goes with the outfit : )

Sunday, 15 June 2014