With Swirling Hammond Organ and Vocals delivered with real purpose, The Sha La La’s are a London based Four piece Steeped in Mod and Soul Roots. Signed to Detour Records their 60s R&B influences are apparent but make no mistake, their sound is definitely their own and definitely NOW.
"They call it pop moderniste, I call it bloody marvelous" (Shindig) * "The Epitome of Cool....Simply irresistible in concert....an exciting and eclectic mix" (What's On Shropshire)* "Super-cool sounds that merge together classic Sixties Soul and the cinematic influences of film-noir and spy movie soundtracks and mix them all up with French Ye-Ye, Mod and a nice edge of New Wave" (Retroman Blog)* "The bottom line is that French Boutik knock out infuriatingly catchy modern-day grooves with a hint of the past, rather than drowning in it"(Modculture)* "They make Mod appear like a cool thing, wh
Julian Graham is a South African born artist currently based in London. His music is best described as Blues, Rock and a bit of Britpop. John Mayer, Noel Gallagher and Jamie Cullum are his biggest influences. So far, he has released three singles on all major platforms and is performing regularly around the London circuit. - See more at: https://hotvox.co.uk/artists/julian-graham-0#sthash.v3sJE76g.dpuf
We have been together for 2 years now and we are very hungry for people to hear our music so we can send everybody a message of the greatness of the music we write.
Broken Lamps are an English Indie band hailing from the Leighton Buzzard area. The band formed in late 2013 when lead vocalist and guitarist Simon Read, drummer Adie Licheri, rhythm guitarist Dave Giltrow and bassist James Neal came together to re-establish the musical foundations they laid down during their school years where they all met and became good friends. In early 2015 Chris Irvine came in to help out with sound, but was soon recruited into the band as bass player leaving James free to take to the guitar and Broken Lamps in their current line-up were born.
Southampton punks, Escape The Future, tipped as ‘Ones to watch in 2017’ by Louder Than War and picking up airplay from John Kennedy (XFM), released their new EP 'Birthday Suit' on Cyber Nomad Records on the 27th January 2017. Escape The Future are an Alternative/Punk/Rock band based in Southampton, UK. Consisting of Joe Wenman (Vocals/Guitar), Alfie Bowers (Guitar), Christopher Judd (Bass) and Bailey Havill (Drums). They released their debut single 'Birthday Suit' in December 2016 with an extended play version which became available in January 2017.
Hailing from South East London, The Theme formed in late 2011.
For most of 2012 and 2013 the band gigged extensively all over London and beyond, including sell out gigs at the 100 Club and Clapham Grand, also supporting OCS and Weller guitarist Steve Craddock and with one gig in Canning town being described as 'the gig of the year'.
Josh Falconer and Matt Bradstreet, formerly of Juilee Courts, began writing material for Rental Wives throughout 2016. The band fully formed with Callum Rae on Bass and Arms Juarez on drums in November of that year. The band hosted their first show in their home on Fish Island on 14th January 2017. 3 quarters of the band grew up in Northampton and Arms Juarez comes from Mexico originally.
We are The Troubadours and we are a 4-piece band from London.
Our style ranges from Classic Rock to Indie Rock.
Influences include The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Velvet Underground, Bob Dylan, The Libertines. Most of our influences come from the 50s to 90s period. Our favourite genres include Rock, Jazz, Blues, Soul and Punk.
Felipe J. Barker - guitar/vocals
Milo Bates - guitar/vocals
Joe Collyns - bass/vocals
Louis Ruocco - drums
"Rather than allowing themselves to get stuck in a Mancunian, mid nineties, time warp, they just take the vibe and use it to pick up the torch and move the sound forward." - The Swindonian Britpop from Birstol. Melodic synergy is provided by singer/rhythm guitarist Jake Sheppard and lead guitarist Harry Martin, alongside the steady rhythm section of drummer Matt West and bassist Connor Llewellyn. The addition of Tash George on backing vocals completes a strong line-up of competent musicians.