What songs do you play?

We have an extensive repertoire that is ever increasing - from classic to contemporary, chilled out or funked up – there is something for everyone! Check out our setlist here.

Do you take requests?

We do take requests! If it’s not already in our repertoire, give us enough notice and we can add your favourite song to your set list – a lovely idea for your first dance perhaps!

Where can I see you play?

We would love to invite you to come along to watch and listen to us play. We regularly do public performance - why not get in touch or click on the social media buttons below, so we can let you know when and where we’re next playing? You can also check us out on Youtube.

How much do you charge?

The price we quote for a booking is very much tailored to your needs, such as how long you would like us to play for, any additional equipment requirements, and so on. We would be delighted to talk through the details of your event so that we can provide the right price for your booking, so please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Do I need to pay a deposit?

Once you are ready to book, we will ask for a 20% deposit to secure the date and allow us to get planning the perfect soundtrack to your event.

What areas do you cover?

The majority of our bookings are in London and the South East, but we also love a road trip to somewhere further afield! How far we travel will be factored into your final quotation.

What equipment do you need?

As standard, we provide our own equipment, including PA system and lighting – all we ask for is a couple of plug sockets. We will talk through requirements as part of the booking process and any additional equipment can be discussed then.

How much space do you need?

We don’t take up much space at all – an ideal space would be around 3m x 3m, but don’t worry if your space is smaller!

How long do you take to set up?

We generally arrive 90 minutes before we start our set, which allows ample time to set up (30-45 minutes) and sound check. It works best if we are able to do this before guests arrive.