Female fronted four piece from Maidstone, Kent who specialise in creating brooding, atmospheric Alt/Indie. Their unique sound has seen them produce a stunning debut EP that has gained them airplay on BBC Introducing. With influences from Warpaint, The Smiths & Beach House.
In an industry that lacks transparency, you’ll find yourself captivated in a dark & moody situation listening to explicit lyrical concepts that stab you directly where it hurts.
LB radiates empowerment live and she’s not afraid to tap into relatable venerability of a modern woman, compelling you into hating the love game.
Heartfelt yet crude lyrics, she shows strength from past experiences not seen in such a young artist since Janet Jacksons fierce attitude hit the scene in the 90's.
Claire Frances is a singer-songwriter who’s been playing and performing on piano and guitar since she was 15. Her songs are inspired by folk, country and pop artists and delivered with a soft and melodious voice. Her passion lies in writing creative and engaging lyrics that tell stories that tug at heartstrings. Over the last year her career has been progressing in leaps and bounds as she semi-finaled in the national music competition “Open Mic UK 2016” and started recording her EP in January.
Growing up in Cork Cian Ducrot drew his following from busking and his popular Facebook and YouTube Videos raking in over 2 million views and over 40,000 online followers and featuring on MTV. Now at 19 years of age he is an aspiring singer/songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist living and studying music in the UK at the Royal Academy of Music London.
Cian is working on new music for labels and agents. He released one self entitled EP "Words I Never Spoke" which reached several thousand streams online and on radio.
Yorkshire born McKenzie Brown moved to London aged 11 to pursue a career as an actress and got her first big break in Disney’s High School Musical 3. Shortly after, her passion for music took over and she began to focus on her song writing and developing her sound as a Pop/Rock artist. Taking influence from her childhood favourites No Doubt, Alanis Morissette and Garbage, McKenzie’s raw, uncensored style blends the sonic rock of her youth, with a fresh, pop edge.
After graduating from the University of Surrey in 2015, they combined their varied and eclectic musical influences into a unique hybrid. STITCH fuse intricate vocal harmonies with lush, emotive textures and infectious rhythm. They blend an organic and raw musical sensibility with modern electronic elements and a technological prowess that together, create a captivating live show. The band were 2016 finalists of London’s Pride’s Got Talent, earning a performance at the Trafalgar Square stage, to an audience in excess of 15,000.
21 year old Libby Tidley comes from Kent. She started showing an interest in music at the age of 8, listening to the likes of Keri Noble, Evanessence and Kelly Clarkson. She picked up the guitar at the age of 10 and wrote her first song almost immediately. She started her Youtube channel in Sept 2012 and is already on over 200k view and 4k subscribers who follow her every move, covering popular songs. She even gained the attention of Youtube admin who invited her to an exclusive premier of a Tim Burton movie.
Drive Like Her come hurtling out of the gates with a furiously catchy blend of synth-pop, funk and dance. Syncopated guitar riffs and chords weave their way through songs and sounds that have no place being where they are. Experimentation is very much the name of the game, and as you lose yourself in a soaring chorus of synthesizers or an annoyingly addictive guitar melody, you'll come to love the splash of colour Drive Like Her brings to a potentially dark and scary world. Their mums think they're great too.
Waiting for Malory are a 4 piece (James Sharp, Adrian Foulkes, Luke Fitzwalter and Ewan Lenton) Indie Rock band based in Guildford. We took inspiration from bands such as Catfish and the Bottlemen, Bombay Bicycle Club, Two-door cinema club. We tried to merge all of the unique sounds that the bands have together.
In 2005, Rio-born musician Conrado Muylaert gathered friends from school to find the Playmoboys, a pop rock group that have been kicking up a storn. The band consists of Leo Nominato on bass, Guilherme Faria on guitar, Barreto on drums and Conrado composes, sings and also plays guitar, piano and ukulele. The quartet is the perfect proof that it is still possible make quality sound.