Electric Pyramid are a four-piece rock band from with roots all over Europe, Linda and Marco both from Italy, Emma from the UK and Oli is English "with a twist". They're now settled in North London, living within minutes of each other, and decribe each other as their family. “If your family’s far away, then the people you’re surrounded with, spend most of your time with, they know everything about you.”
Described by Wonderland magazine as "one of the most impressive artists in the game right now", Grace Savage is igniting electro pop with ethereal tone to inventive tropical flavours and glassy, early dubstep rhythms that are revolutionising her latest EP. Grace Savage will be taking her EP, 'Savage Grace', on a UK tour starting in Birmingham at the end of this month.
Honey Moon are a modern indie influenced four piece born out of the London. After listening to the intricate 'Tripping (On the thought of you)' or dream filled 'Ellie' it is clear to undersrand why this band have been described as 'set for Indie Greatness' by Wonderland Magazine. Honey Moon is made up of Jack, Zach, Sam and Joey.
Essex based, pop-rockers, 'The Gold', have fused 80s alternative rock, modern melodies and pop hooks, propelling them to the forefront of the emerging indie scene. The Gold consist of Joseph, Danny on lead guitar, Louis on drums, Daniel on guitars/synths, Joshua on bass and Tom on synths.
Lloyd Llewellyn is a singer-songwriter, his distinctive voice drawing on influences such as Bon Iver and Ben Howard. This sound fused with his early passion for blues artists such as BB King, Robert Johnson and Ray Charles creates a uniquely crafted sound which sets him apart from his peers. Hearing only his Soundcloud demos, a respected music publishing company flew Lloyd out to Los Angeles to play a showcase at Hotel Café.
Four-piece indie rock band, The Luka State, have fired their way into 2017 with two prodigious singles 'Lies! Lies! Lies!' and 'Bring This All Together', branded as “better than Kasabian” by BBC 6Music’s Tom Robinson. These immense tracks followed their self-produced debut EP 'The Price of Education', released back in 2015 .
Gwen and the Good Thing experiment with original, atmospheric alt-pop that has placed them on a pedestal amongst emerging UK talent. The fusion of soul-stirring vocals, anthemic choruses and infectious rhythms warrants their unique songwriting and performance. With influences of trombone, clarinet, trumpet, sax and synth, this 6-piece, Milton Keynes based band, push the boundaries of the genre.
Wide Eyed Boy met while studying at Liverpool's internationally renowned institute for performing arts, LIPA, in a city rich in music history and influence. They name The 1975, The Strokes, and Arctic Monkeys as some of the influences that contribute to their New Wave/Indie-pop sound. The 4 piece take their adopted home’s heritage seriously, from the internationalist culture of the city, to its inevitable musical lineage.
Female fronted BANG BANG ROMEO fuse atmospheric soundscapes and powerful, soulful vocal hooks to take a listener on a dark and emotive journey. Drawing on a wide range of infuences, from Jefferson Airplane to Fleetwood Mac, BANG BANG ROMEO introduced a modern twist on 60s inspired indie rock, with the character of a dark film score.
In just a fortnight our PEERLESS Pick of the Week, Hak Baker, will be headlining Birthdays in Dalston so we thought we'd give you an insight into this singer/songwriter who has been winning over the UK since the release of his single '7AM' last month. You can check out Hak Baker's '7AM' here.