For fans of Led Zeppelin, The Who, Rival Sons and The London Souls, SLATER is the brand new solo project of the UK’s Harry Slater. Taking the leap at 21 years of age, SLATER offers a fresh new taste of hard hitting rock n' roll with punchy classic rock riffs made for 2018. With killer songs and energetic live shows, you’ll see for yourself why SLATER has been hailed as a “guitar virtuoso” by Planet Rock Radio. After releasing his debut Single She’s So Fine in June 2018, you will want to catch this kid out on the road.


DEPARTED - Taking on influences ranging from Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, Slash, KISS, to Incubus, John Mayer! 2016 has been a fantastic ride for the band seeing them traveling thousands of miles and opening for the likes of Status Quo (at Parc y Scarlets Stadium, Big Country, Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons, Chuck Mosley(Faith No More) John Coghlan, Bad Touch, Massive, Mitch Malloy (Van Halen), Broken Witt Rebels, Aiden, Graham Bonnet Band as well as appearing at many festivals including Hard Rock Hell, Looe Music Festival and making their first appearance overseas!

Helen Bluebelle

Helen Bluebelle has been influenced by the likes of Ludovico Einaudi, Walking On Cars and Ed Sheeran, along with The Pigeon Detectives and Neck Deep. Helen incorporates contemporary minimalism with pop-ballad sensibilities.
Helen spent their childhood listening to soft rock Christian artists, like Hillsong Church and Matt Redman, which in their opinion always focuses on the lyrics in songs more than anything else. This has formed an important part for them when writing and creating a song.

Nev Cottee

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Caught somewhere between the rain-drenched streets of Manchester and the sun-beaten deserts of America lies Nev Cottee’s third album Broken Flowers. A deeply cinematic, string-soaked album rich in atmosphere and brooding ambience. Its origins however, began in India, with Cottee trying to leave rainy-city heartbreak behind.


Brighton based song writers Gledhill & Day have blended their individual acoustic guitar styles to create a sound that draws on blues, folk and soul influences.

As the creative forces behind TMO and The Island Jacks (respectively) and whilst appearing together as session players over the years, the two have always appreciated each other's music. 

Eventually they would come together to combine their mutual passions to create a new platform "Liemba"

Tony Njoku

Tony is a British-Nigerian electronic music producer and singer-songwriter from London. His self-penned and produced songs display beautiful and reposed electronica, interrupted by stabbing lead synths topped off with Tony's unique, silky smooth vocals.


Shikoba is the songwriting project from Rosie Langley, a London based musician who has spent the last 10 years working as a violinist. Years of quiet writing with film music, folk, classical and pop influences resulted in a mixed up, romanticised and imaginative bunch of songs, all drawn from the heart. Together with producer Phil Wilkinson, Shikoba created this first E.P. Entitled "The Blindness of Young Hearts" with the hope of continually finding an outlet to self-express through songwriting.

Jack Dean

Jack Dean is a London based singer-songwriter. His writing style is influenced by Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen while his live performances have been noted for his distinct vocal and stage presence. In 2014, he decamped to the mountains of Madrid where he sunk his teeth into symbolism, sacred texts and folklore. Surviving on honey, local wine and the kindness of strangers he penned some of the best tunes of his life. In 2015, he has gigged extensively across London and has plans to cross the M25 in the near future. 


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