Potato Head presents Dean Blunt (DJ Set), Vegyn and many more


26 August, 6pm — 12am Studio Eksotika

Potato Head presents Dean Blunt (DJ Set), Vegyn, John Glacier and pigbaby

On 26 August, Potato Head welcomes a selection of UK artists whose uncompromising creativity has catapulted them towards cult status in recent years, as Dean Blunt, Vegyn, pigbaby and John Glacier head to the Desa with their genre-defying sounds.

Each of these artists has emerged from the depths of the underground to achieve international acclaim in recent years. Celebrated producer and PLZ Make It Ruins label boss Vegyn made his debut at the Desa at one of last year’s Headonism events and we’re thrilled to welcome him back for a follow-up appearance. Avant-garde artist and mystery man pigbaby once again joins the tour – after his debut material recorded during lockdown led to Vegyn signing him to the label roster– while iconic singer-songwriter, prolific producer, and contemporary artist Dean Blunt flies in to showcase his hard-hitting sonic repertoire. Completing a fascinating lineup is enigmatic London rapper – and Plz Make It Ruins alumnus – John Glacier, who flies in to perform her deeply personal stream-of-consciousness raps over trademark lo-fi beats.

The event takes place in the intimate setting of our Studio Eksotika venue, so expect groundbreaking music served up close and personal from some of the UK music scene’s most exciting talents.

Limited capacity event. Come early.

Lineup Profile



Producer and PLZ Make It Ruins label boss Joe Thornalley — aka Vegyn — is known for a genre-hopping sound that’s seen him emerge as one of the UK’s most influential contemporary musical artists. He’s released five acclaimed studio albums and a series of impactful singles, his self-released productions garnering worldwide recognition and leading to an invitation to produce tracks for Frank Ocean’s ‘Blonde’ and ‘Endless’ albums.

Dean Blunt

Roy Chukwuemeka Nnawuchi, better known as Dean Blunt, is a British singer-songwriter, musician and contemporary artist. He’s achieved iconic status thanks to both his solo work and collaborations – as one half of the venerated Hype Williams duo as well as recent material recorded with the hip-hop outfit, Babyfather. Outside of music, his paintings and art installations have been shown at galleries across the world.

John Glacier

Once considered one of the UK underground’s best-kept secrets, John Glacier has now found her place in the international spotlight, thanks to her slick, free-flowing lyrics, tight productions and captivating stage presence. Her introspective debut album ‘Shiloh: Lost For Words’ arrived on PLZ Make It Ruins in 2021, generating critical acclaim and leading to bookings at on-point festivals, including Lost, We Out Here, and Dour Festival.


Part musician, part performance artist, pigbaby is a project born out of the confusion of the pandemic. Documenting life through art and music, the avant-garde and enigmatic performer won acclaim for his 2022 album, ‘Palindromes’