Singer Songwriter from the Isle Of Wight, influenced by artists such as Jason Mraz and Jack Johnson. I released an Ep last year called Early Summer and have been constantly gigging, my biggest gigs include Isle Of Wight Festival 2016, Bestival 2016, V-Dub Festival 2015 & 2016 and Camp Bestival 2016.
Birmingham based indie four-piece Riscas announce their debut single launch party at The Sunflower Lounge. Recently named as BBC Radio 1 Introducing ‘Artist of the Week’, the band charted 4th on Spotify‘s most viral UK tracks in March, after releasing their first demo ‘Panic Like Tom’. The band channel spritely indie-rock sentimentality with a tropical edge. The result is a seamless concoction of influences including the wriggling rhythms of Vampire Weekend and Two Door Cinema Club, the euphoric, festival ready choruses of The Maccabees and the anecdotal earworms of The 1975.
Four guys play surf rock, championing good times and great rhymes. Debut album out now on all platforms.
Originally from seaside town, Bournemouth, Yasmin Natasha is a London based beach-pop artist and sax player that oozes positivity, fun & beach vibes. Yasmin fuses together reggae, beach-pop & bossa musical elements both live and in the studio which together makes an engaging live performance and vibrant brand.
The Cryin' Outs - A range of genres patched together to form a rough mixture of indie rock; with unique riffs and a frantic yet tight rhythm section
School friends Harry, Euan and Charlie began playing together in summer 2015 to keep boredom at bay during exam season. After building up a small, private repetoire of original songs, they have decided to go public and release their music to whoever wants to listen, through a short tour of london pub venues. They have a range of influences, spanning a range of musical eras.
Indie/Soul/Surf vibes from the South East celebrating collective creativity through anti-contest art.
Former Bassist/singer of Lago Bueno, a young band who did the London circuit at the age of 17/18. Now writing and performing laid back jangly rock songs.
Echo Parade are an up and coming indie rock band based in North London. They have surf influences infused with garage rock with bands such as JAWS, Bombay Bicycle Club and the Districts at the forefront of their influences. Recently, the band have put out two singles, Never Change and Goodbye and have also performed at several venues including the renowned Borderline as well as an upcoming show at the prestigious Garage in Islington.
The Grenaways could be said to be mining the rich veins of inspirational ore that course through their home turf, adding a sense of their own ties to the region and especially it’s Celtic heritage. But, they are a band set for far wider horizons
than just Cornwall with a massive and alternative sound billowing through their musical sails. They are rootsy storytellers, unique in the folk style, with songs that are rich in nautical undertones, influenced so much by the sea, the people and coastal living.
"Chasing Cara’ are a four piece, lo-fi, surf/punk band from Surrey.
Their upbeat style mixes surfy Rock'n'Roll with pop punk, sounding like a cocktail of The Ramones & The Beach Boys.
With tight rock rhythms and solid guitar rifts, fronted by an energetic performance every time.
Their influeces include; Wavves, Best Coast, The Bleeding Knees Club, Modern Baseball & FIDLAR.
Chasing Cara consists of
Jamo Curtis ~ Lead Guitar
Joe Chappers ~ Drums
Matt O’Riley ~ Rhythm Guitar/LeadVox
Sam Calver ~ Bass