Bisou Noir, a London based indie rock quartet are made up of Toby Spysznyk, Milo Burgess, Jake Tullett and Mikey Laws. All in their early twenties, they are brought together by a love for grungy guitar riffs juxtaposed against soaring melodies. Their songwriting, mainly conducted by Spysznyk and Burgess, blends the latter’s grunge, industrial guitar sounds with Spysznyk’s refined vocal resulting in a perfectly imperfect concoction of indie laced rock.
LONDON BASED - ALT/INDIE ROCK
CATCHY MELODIES WITH CHUNKY GUITAR RIFFS
Dead Slow Hoot - Est. MMXIII
Bittersweet, anthemic, melancholy alt rock made in Sheffield.
Dead Slow Hoot combine poetic lyricism with rich musical textures and sparse sonic landscapes to fill your ears with melancholy musings. After the release of their EP 'I Suppose They Were Better Off As Dead' in 2016, Dead Slow Hoot have progressed to playing larger and larger stages, receiving critical praise from the likes of Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio 6 Music in the process.
POLITIK is a female-led indie trio based in London, UK. Their sound is best described as alternative ethereal rock, drawing on influences from the likes of Florence + The Machine, The XX, Coldplay and Twenty One Pilots.
After graduating from their music studies, the trio ventured overseas with their band, honing their craft while travelling the coasts of Europe, Australia, Asia, the South Pacific, the Caribbean, and the American east coast.
'I just like to create experiences in all forms'. Tzarina Nassor is a London based artist with an eclectic range. Despite her alternative sound, her musical journey started by picking up a guitar at age 8, strumming until she had a blister, and listening to classical music every morning and every night. Since then she has been composing, as well as songwriting, for 10 years and her style is as eclectic as her playlists. One can't pinpoint the quality but whatever the song you'll somehow know it's her.
Indie band CASCA are releasing their debut single "Paint your eyes" as well as launching their studio album in April 2019. Recorded and produced at the Roundhouse in Clapham they have never strayed far from their roots in the North London music scene. Originally founded by three musicians who studied at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama the band has gone from strength to strength and 2019 is going to be their biggest year yet.
BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Finalists, Gentlemen of Few, play an eclectic blend of indie-folk and classic rock with skilful vocal harmonies and powerful lyrics perform their music with a raw passion and intense energy hardly to be believed, giving them an almighty sound that they've coined as "Nugrass". A band with seven years experience of performing their shows to a plethora of welcoming audiences and dedicated fans across the UK in rooms and halls of both homeliness and esteem. The O2 Academy, Islington, The Royal Albert Hall, London and The Forum, Tunbridge Wells to name a few.
Surup is a 4 piece band based in South East London. Based on the songwriting of duo Lily and Lucy the band demonstrates a mix between ambient, poignant numbers and jangly riffs with driven layers.
Bought it for the Bottle (BIFTB) is the next step in the musical careers of Liam Talbot, Jack Dwyer, Chris Seaman and Bradley Cox, after performing together for over two years in a 7-piece funk pop group. Utilising the performance experience and musicality this afforded them, Bought it for the Bottle dived head first into the UK indie rock scene. Since their formation in early 2018, BIFTB have already earnt a fair following, after their two singles and live performances.
4 piece female fronted band, thrashing out punk-tinged, indie-pop hits the only way they know how.