Alternative Indie-pop 4 piece, hailing from London. Following the release of their debut EP ‘Headspace’, BLOXX have been championed by Radio’s all over the World, including Sirius XM’s Advanced Placement and Triple J.
West Yorkshire-based Gauranga produce catchy guitar-based dirty pop music. The 5-piece, consisting of Conrad Berriff (vocals, keys), Will Bolton (guitar), Alex Holdsworth (guitar), Henry Strangeway (bass) and Dillon Harrison (drums), emerged in 2018 with the release of their debut single, Butterfly Brain.
With influences ranging from The 1975 to Circa Waves to The Kooks, Gauranga offer an eclectic sound accompanied with heartfelt lyricism and sing-a-long choruses.
Kenneth La’ron, avowed professionally as KennyHoopla, is an American recording artist and songwriter. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, he grew up absorbing a diverse spread of music and art—The Drums, Funeral Suits, Passion Pit and Teen Suicide are credited as some of his greatest influences. His catalog is intimate, thoughtful, and self-labeled ‘new wave nostalgia,’ his songs soaked in both the warmths and the darknesses of life and love.
Kira are London based duo Katie Taylor and Will Vaughan, who combine to create an evocative sound laced with wistful longing which has caught the attention of NOISEY, Wonderland, i-D Magazine and more.
London based Lauren Aquilina is a vocalist, pianist, and top liner with strength in both lyric and melody. Although having only been active as a writer for less than 2 years, she has already built up a reputation as one of London’s most promising new talents. Her history as a successful artist in her own right also gives her the unique ability to connect with the artists in the studio.
Love Fame Tragedy is the solo project of ‘The Wombats’ front man Matthew Murphy. Releasing his debut EP at the tail end of 2019, LFT fuses the familiar sounds of ‘The Wombats’ back catalogue, with catchy hooks and interesting exploration.
18-year-old Molly Rainford is a pop artist hailing from East London. Following the success of her debut single release ‘I like You’ and follow up tracks, Molly has been championed by the likes of BBC Introducing, Notion, Nylon and i-D.
18-year-old London-based artist Oscar Lang has created a soft indie/alternative sound which encapsulates the sound of being a teenager, telling tales of teenage misfortunes and adventures. Oscar crafts each intricate part of his songs from his bedroom, laying down each instrument slowly to create wide landscapes of sound.
Roman Lewis is an 18-year-old singer/songwriter born and raised in London. After successfully touring a run in America with Matt Maltese, Roman is set for new releases following his debut EP ‘Heartbreak (for now)’.
Spector are 5 piece indie band from London, England.
The band have released two studio albums and have toured extensively, playing festivals across the globe.
The Night Cafe
The Night Café are a four piece alternative indie band hailing from Liverpool, UK. Recently signing to Kobalt, they are due to release their debut album ‘0151’ this summer.
The Wombats are an indie-pop trio from Liverpool who have had huge success over the past twelve years - releasing four studio albums with another one in the works, touring the world extensively and packing out festival main stages.
Vistas are an indie band hailing from Edinburgh, Scotland. The line-up consists of Prentice Robertson, Dylan Rush & Jamie Law. Vistas are a band with catchy choruses, hooky guitar lines and rhythmic thunderous baselines.