Fang Night are duo Ben Walker and Ewa Lefmann who have been making music together since the age of fourteen in Haringey, North London. Releasing their debut EP ‘Artificial’ in 2016 Fang Night have gone on to work with Oli Bayston of Boxed In on 2017’s ‘Steady Cruising’, supported international artists Allie X and Broods in London and featured on the longlist of Glastonbury’s previous Emerging Talent Competition. Fang Night made their long-awaited return with infectious new single Keep Boosting released earlier this year.
ANDRÆ is a Belgian indie singer, musician, songwriter and producer based in London. "The use of syncopated rhythms, ambient vocals, unconventional harmonies with a dub sound are similarities found in both of Tajchman's singles, a sound comparable to the likes of James Blake, Chet Faker and SBTRKT. His sound is however very unique, innovative and distinguishable" - We Plug Good Music Isolated and misunderstood by his peers as a kid, Andre creates his own world through arts and music and learns piano by himself. At the age of 12 he can play classical pieces by ear.
Domi Hawken is a singer songwriter currently based in London. Having discovered her love for music she moved to Paris where she could pursue her love of language and lyrics.
She initially started her career writing for other performers but after finding her own unique sound she moved to Liverpool where she launched herself as an artist.
As a generation falls deeper and deeper into despondency over a seemingly non-existent future, ELLiS·D takes fear, hope and a touch of melancholy to create unapologetically honest, and at times frantic lyrics. Taking inspiration from wherever it can be found, the band explore an extensive list of styles whilst staying true to their raw and personal roots.
Morning Tourist is London based indie folk rock artist Sean McKinney who’s debut EP ‘Quiet Lives’ mixes folk and alt rock, fusing country tinged acoustics with fuzzy distortion, tempered by a power pop spirit. Accompanied by a full band, he performs frequently in and around London, and has also performed as a solo artist on tour in Europe. Morning Tourist is currently recording a new EP to be released later this year.
Jarpsy are the lovechild of the high-velocity, hard-hitting impact of mid-2000s indie rock, and the stadium-filling choruses of timeless classic rock vibes. With influences hailing from every era of musical history, Jarpsy are seeking to make themselves part of that history through their front-and-centre live shows that get the crowd riled up, moving, and sure to talk about the band long after the stage lights have come on. Despite the success of their debut EP The Come-Up, and their first single Hammerhead, Jarpsy keep their energy focused on keeping both their sets and repertoires fresh.
Hailing from a small town on the outskirts of Birmingham, Emma has been obsessed with music since riffling through her Dad's CD shelves as a youngster, honing her craft in the box room of her family home, with a keyboard and cubase as her only accomplices.
Immersive Dreampop melodies inspired by landscapes of the subconscious.
Tiger Lion are a (mainly) French trio based in North London, fronted by writer and visual artist, Clementine Blue. Their distilled melodies flourish from St Vincent's asymmetrical purity to Tame Impala's hypnotic riffing intensity and crackle with Throwing Muses' bruised, cardiac fire across organic canvasses inspired by Blake and Turner.
Bokito are a 5 piece London-based but largely Irish-bred band. Bokito beckons listeners into impulsive and unfettered behaviour, both remotely and in the flesh at their remarkable live shows, with a tightly-packaged, uproarious mix of indie, rock and perfect pop cadence that hooks listeners in and gives them something to hum along with for the rest of the week.
Sans Wilfred, a synth rock quartet based in Chelmsford, England. Formed in 2008 around the vocals and guitar of Adam Beager, bass of Ben O’Conner and beats of James Greenwood. After a short hiatus the band regrouped with the addition Jack Everitt in late 2015. The result: 80s synthesisers, catchy riffs and and echoing hidden depths envelop their sound.
Beholden to no single formula, Sans Wilfred draw from a number of influences such as the haunting vocals of Thom York (Radiohead) and 80s synth repackaged as rock inspired by The Klaxons and Late of the Pier.