The Nectarines - A six piece future soul group from London - hailing influences from Jazz, RnB, Soul and Funk, The Nectarines are infused with relaxing grooves, spontaneous improvisation as well as daring, sensual arrangements.
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.
The Real Ink is a mixture of Funk, Reggae, Jazz and Ska that creates that Ink noise. Its a momentum of sound. From when the first note of the saxophone hits to the last beat on the drum. Get ready for soulful vocals and funky bass and guitar. Get ready for something that you will be hard to comprehend but will hook you indefinitely.
Lily Agnès is a 19 year old Singer/Songwriter, born and currently based in London. Lily has always been surrounded and influenced by many varying styles of music. Queen, Lewis Taylor, Pink Floyd and Jamie Cullum; the artists she grew up listening to, have had a huge influence on the melodic style that she writes with. She has been playing guitar and writing original music for 5 years and at the age of 15 made her debut appearance at The Bedford in Balham, where artists such as Ed Sheeran have previously played.
Supported by BBC Music Introducing - with his latest track 'Beneath a Smile' played as Record of the Week.
Performed internationally, headlined world renowned venues and shows such as Ronnie Scott's and Sofar Sounds (alumni include Bastille and Ed Sheeran)
Used music for positive impact - most recently raising over £6.5k at a show he played and organised for New Horizons a charity that works to alleviate homelessness in London, performed for Sanctus, a mental health charity, to raise awareness for depression in young men.
A native southern Irish girl, Cecelia swapped the Green Isle for the big smoke in 2009 when she moved to study at the London School of Musical Theatre. An actress from her youth, Carrie Baxter’s love of the stage swiftly landed her in London’s prestigious live music scene, simultaneously landing herself in songwriting collaborations with both garage and Drum & Bass heavy weights.
Joely is an 18 year old female singer/songwriter from Oxford. Her genre is primarily jazz-pop, with main influences being Amy Winehouse and Fleetwood Mac. Her debut single 'Desire' is a jazz-lounge esque mellow track, setting the scene for her upcoming EP set to be released January 2019.
19-year-old Sam Eagle, is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from the coast of Essex. Citing influences such as Nick Hakim, Sufjan Stevens, Radiohead, Kendrick Lamar and Thundercat - Sam has worked on creating a sound that brings jazzy, left field pop tunes to the indie genre.
Rosie is a unique and vibrant Artist, who has just moved to London to continue her musical journey. She has headlined many gigs, including The Fleece where the iconic Ed Sheeran has played, and provided vocals at Rockfield Studios, where the legendary 'Bohemian Rhapsody' was recorded. With influences from Pop and Jazz genre's, Rosie has recorded a 6 track EP with producer Benny D, and cannot wait for its release in 2019.
Throughout everything I've been through emotionally growing up, music has been the only consistent factor. The good and bad of my life has shaped my music to have the honest, soulful and authentic tone that it does. I want people of all ages, genders, races and backgrounds to feel united and empowered by my music and to understand that they don't have to feel bad for feeling vulnerable or let down, or loved or used, because it's cool to care enough about something in the first place.