Camille Lê is a french singer/ songwriter. After stuying occupational therapy, she moved to London and chose the artist name "Sen" to write, compose, and create a warm, sensuous and poetic atmosphere.
Lou Gilbert is a London based acoustic singer songwriter creating thoughtful songs with heartfelt delivery. She is currently getting some independent radio play and performing at local festivals such as the EBF and Oxjam. Most recently playing The Monarch and The Dublin Castle in Camden. Her first EP has just been released and is available for free download on Bandcamp.
James is a singer/songwriter who genre can be loosely described as 'bluesy-folk'! His lyrics are descriptive and influenced by British songwriters such as Difford/Tilbrook, Ray Davies and Ian Dury. He has spent several years performing in and around the Bedford and Northampton area and is now looking to perform on the London scene. James is currently promoting his debut album 'Cynicism and Sincerity'.
If you like your folk like Joni Mitchell and your pop like Kate Bush, multi instrumentalist and spellbinding vocalist, Tracy Bruen is your only woman. In 2017 Tracy released her debut album, Mirror, to critical acclaim (Galway Album of the Year, Galway Advertiser) and many songs received airplay on national and regional radio. 2018 saw her complete a hugely successful tour with her band in Ireland and Europe, headline a gig at the Galway International Arts Festival and play a storming set on the main stage of Body and Soul at Electric Picnic.
The Saturn Chapter are a collective drawn together from the darkest and most beautiful corners of folklore and mysticism. Their self-titled debut EP was a deliciously unsettling affair that took in gospel, folk, blues, psychedelia and electronica. An ode to transformation, personal horror and redemption, the EP caught the attention of adventurous souls, including the likes of The Late Junction and 6Music.
With a new record and visual project due in late 2019, The Saturn Chapter will surely be recruiting more followers into their family.
Samuel Walwyn is a 21 year old singer/ songwriter and guitarist, whose music incorporates a blend of folk’s sentiment with the appeal and melodic hook of pop; in his songs you will find a wide range of influences ranging from the percussive elements of flamenco to the hard beats of hip hop and dance. His unique style and engaging stage presence has led him to support Gabrielle Aplin and share a stage with Newton Faulkner, in 2018 alone.
A melting pot of musical and cultural influences, ‘redbook’ formed in 2017 as the artistic lovechild of Soraya Grosso and Jake Tweddle. Having lived all across Europe, experienced vocalist Soraya Grosso stumbled into British-born guitarist Jake Tweddle outside his local cinema and the pair has been writing and recording since. Raised on punk and folk, Jakes playing moulds around Sorayas’ soulful, rich vocals and her background in traditional Italian classics makes for a unique result in both sound and composition.
David M. Campese is an Italian songwriter, guitarist and producer. After the academic studies in classical guitar and electronic music in Italy, he moved to London to pursue his career as an artist. His music blends the acoustic roots and the experimentation of electronic music. "Little Lies" is his latest single which was released on all major platform.
Rachael is a folk singer songwriter described as "compelling British Americana" whose vocals hold the mind transfixed in the rolling combinations of cadence and pitch unfolding the listener and merging them with her songs. She performs acoustically and with her band across London, with shows upstairs at Ronnie Scott's, The Lexington and her first Sofar Sounds under her belt, Rachael is an artist to be heard. Influenced by the likes of Laura Marling, Lucy Rose, Jade Bird and The Staves Rachael will be releasing her debut single and EP very soon!
"Beautiful songs with deep lyrics and catchy melodies" is how BBC Music Introducing describe Tom Griffin's blend of folk, jazz and blues inspired songwriting.
The Oxford-based singer-songwriter is an experienced performer, hosting his own headline gigs, playing a variety of venues and festivals as well as providing successful support for many well known acts on the folk circuit.