Le Tortue

A new dynamic band made up of eight members who are jazz, soul, afro and classically based. Our aim? Defy the rules of the music scene.

Mortal Soul


Making great music the way we know best. We are a Hard Rock/Metal band with a love for musical highs. Formed in June 2010 by a bunch of college friends. Mortal Soul seeks to make and release quality metal music for your and our enjoyment.

Their goal is infecting the world with the sickness of Rock!!!

Rock Of Ages


Rock of Ages (ROA) started out in 2001 in their home church at parklands Baptist Church, as the only Christian hard rock group then. The group had had an eventful decade of existence with changing membership. The current members include David Mbuvi and Mark Mwanyigha on guitars, Isaac and Victor Kimetto on bass guitar and keyboard respectively and Moses Kariuki on drums.

Claymore Project

The Claymore Project is an Alternative Experimental Rock band Formed by George Zontor Gikaria(bass,vocals) , Robin Marcel Moustache(lead guitar), Muthi Njama(Lead Vocals Rythm Guitar) and RaiKanya(Drums). The band was conceptualised In late 2010 but remained inactive until early 2011. It is now fully active and looks forward to pleasuring your ears.

Koinange Street Avengers


Indie rock project consisting of BFA frontman Sam Kiranga (guitars) and Jonathan Denver (vocals).
Bringing back the funky soul of the 80′s with the magnificent Alternative sound of the 90′s. Enjoy.

Ministry Of Love


Ministry of Love began life as a recording project in early August 2012. Following the conclusion of the project, Ministry technocrats came up with a draft policy document to spread love throughout the world through great music. The stated mission of the band is to make music so good that it results in baby booms of unprecedented magnitude wherever they are heard.

Where is the Love? The Ministry has it and they’re about to give it to you!

Last Year’s Tragedy

Last Year’s Tragedy is a band from Nairobi, Kenya. The gang met in university and were brought together by their common musical interests. In a country where there are very few rock bands, not to mention heavy ones, it was initially difficult for the band to break through. LYT kept practicing and playing in various small shows and band battles, and in the end inspired other heavy bands to form and join the scene. The movement is growing, not just in Kenya, but across East Africa, and it won’t be long before LYT is sharing stages with other bands from across Africa