What’s On at the John Peel Centre

Munay Ki Dub
Jul 19 @ 7:30 am – 11:00 am
Munay Ki Dub @ John Peel Centre for Creative Arts

MUNAY KI DUB is an award-winning power trio representing a new breed of dub artists. Hailing from the mountains of central Argentina, they combine live instruments such as violin, melodica, percussion, bass and guitar with programming, effects and digital instruments. MUNAY KI DUB has released two EPs and numerous singles through Dubophonic Records. During their live performances, MUNAY KI DUB glide seamlessly between dub, reggae, drum & bass, rock, tango and folk, using the English and Spanish languages as a form of political expression and social awareness – a show not to be missed!

Roving Crows
Oct 5 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
Roving Crows @ John Peel Centre for Creative Arts

+ support from The Wilswood Buoys

Roving Crows have been carving out their niche in the UK folk music scene since early 2009.

Over ten years, and evolving incarnations, Roving Crows have cultivated an arresting, singular sound that pushes the boundaries of the Celtic Folk genre. The band play with genuine passion, energy and soul. Vital and vibrant, a must-see live act who showcase a mix of fiery, Celtic-inspired fiddle, conscious, intelligent lyrics, backed by solid, thumping rhythms and driving, innovative bass. Roving Crows tour extensively across the UK and Europe, taking on injustice and societal imbalance with their lyrics and always creating a vibrant atmosphere with their lively show. Roving Crows comprises; strong lead vocals and 4 part harmonies, guitar, fiddle, bass and drums.


The Wilswood Buoys, a young, new, and exciting duo from Mersea Island in Essex, are currently cutting their name into the UK underground scene. Mixing trad folk, with modern alternative acoustic pop, the band have a sound that’s raw, fresh, familiar, and accessible.