Tay Iwar + Äyanna + Natanya

Saturday 1st June

New Wave presents a sensational opportunity to witness the inception of the next big names in music. This trailblazing independent magazine effortlessly transforms from page to stage with a celebration of fresh, vibrant talent that bridges the gap between established icons and groundbreaking newcomers.


Following a sell-out show last year, New Wave returns spotlighting the hottest emerging artists set to shape the future of music.

Tay Iwar is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and record producer with a vibrant blend of R&B and Afro-fusion, drawing upon classic Afrobeat, hip-hop, and future sounds.

Äyanna is poised to be one of music’s biggest breakouts with her striking mosaic of pop fused with RnB, soul and beyond.

Natanyacombines smooth Neo-Soul and Jazz influenced vocals with experimental production.

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