The Forgotten Works
The Forgotten Works create modern folk music out of soil, building projects, rusty vans, rivers, sunlight, trees, food, the sea, broken dreams, clockwork antiques, tangled things, mountains, rivers and a place called iDEATH.
World harmony singing lead by Harry Campbell). Combo performance/workshop. Come and sing traditional music from around the globe with Glasgow’s world music community choir
Jemima and the Fuse.
Cloud-hopping tales are told by clear, honest vocals and adorned with playful instrumentation. Jemima and her band charm you along a cathartic, life-affirming journey of haunting songs. The unique combination of strings and a rare wooden box called a chromatic tongue drum add to the innovative sounds they create.
Dancing at NonStuff festival 2014
Dancing at NonStuff festival 2014
Mike and Solveig – Album Launch !
A surrealist, ever spiraling, intricate fractal duo. Mike and Solveig are truly mesmerising. This will be their album launch gig.
The Watch Thieves
Friends say this about us:’The Watch Thieves play a kind of traditional folk but with political and modern twists, both lyrically and musically. Sort of indescribable and awe-inspiring.’ ~ Raphael Lehmann ‘The Watch Thieves – As mysteriously comfortable as one wool sock. Beautiful new folk with a sombre smile’ Ryan Van Winkle, Host, The Golden Hour
Kuchke- All female polyphonic choir singing acapella songs of the Balkans and a few from the rest of the world..
Cammy Sinclair
Silly Songs with Catchy Choruses.
A lighthearted surrealistic engagement encompassing elements of musical comedy, clowning and sage-like stupidity.
Portnawak & The Woo
A stomp-tastic, get everyone dancing, musical journey. Portnawak & The Woo started playing together over 6 years ago when they all lived on the Woodcote Estate in Midlothian. They play genre busting tunes that are gypsy, folk and punk influenced. Portnawak enjoy that they
play a range of acoustic instruments, all with a story to tell.
White feather
Ayrshire based duo, combine aspiring vocals ,heartfelt narrative song,original material,and honest acoustic performance.
Step on the Telly
A new band formed from members of Beggar Girls and Antic Hay . Harmonys and banjo with covers of Gillian Welsh and original material
Hamjambo – “Anything but English”
An evening of performances using any language except English
The Pendulums
The cult psychedilic folk band return for another show stopping tour round their alternative universe.
Dancing@ NonStuff Festival 2014
Dancing@ NonStuff Festival 2014
Everyone’s favourite 100% improvised jazz/psyche/rock/what the/circus band.
Afro Tree
A Snowboarding solo musician from Manchester with allergies to nuts and guinea pigs.
Tom Davis
Tom is a singer songer writer based in Glasgow. He writes catchy, beautiful songs with sharp lyrics.
Festival tickets & more info:
Festival tickets & more info: