Ell IV is a new pop artist from a small town in the north of England called Grimsby. Being called a dreamer all her life, Ell IV puts this across in her music with lyrics that show a yearning for more. Catchy choruses, dreamy melodies and heartfelt lyrics, Ell IV’s music is crafted with her heart and soul.
Hannah Paris is making huge waves in the UK Country scene right now and is a name on many Country fans lips. With nearly 200,000 streams on Spotify in the last 12 months and with 3 singles launched in 2018 all reaching the top 20 on iTunes, she is an artist to watch.
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.
The High Points bring indie funk vibes to the max. Emerged out of Norwich in 2017 the three piece groove masters bring you straight back to nostalgic 70s era - but with one foot grooving in a new direction. Despite displays of fun, funkiness and fire the music hides an emotional spin to capture the listener's imagination among all them Friday night's groovin' feet. A debut EP recorded and UK tour out now, funky vibes are coming to a city near you very, very soon.
Born and raised in London town, deep in the hustle and bustle of city life, Angelo V emerged as a singer/songwriter/guitarist whose music is an eclectic mix of reggae hooks, rocky grooves and soulful melodies. Angelo started playing the violin at 9 years old before substituting his bow for his guitar at the age of 14. With a love of the piano his own raw sound
began to emerge. After a decade down south in Devon, his music evolved into what it is today, with that touch of hippy soul.
Lyena contrast catchy pop melodies with their abrasive energy, feeding you social commentary through hard-hitting rhythms and gritty vocals and blend influences from Rage against the Machine and Bloc Party, to Idles and Katy Perry. Joining forces from previous bands, Stendhal and ZUU, this high energy dynamic three piece, Lyena present an undoubtably London sound with hooks that you can’t get out of your head.
Reya-Jayne is a new country-pop artist, active in both London and Sheffield. As one of very few northern English country artists, Reya moved to the capitol to pursue her musical career and is currently studying the craft of songwriting at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance. facebook.com/reyajaynemusic
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.
A drifting Canadian heart, caught between the Pacific and Atlantic tides. If an old school Mumford and Sons met up with a stripped down version of Taylor Swift: that would best describe Joey's new sound. Having spent more than 10 years honing her songwriting and performing craft, Joey is no stranger to the stage. No distance is too far to travel, to bring her music to new audiences. After many years of touring between the west coast of Canada, Europe and the UK: she has finally settled permanently in London, where she is now based.
Moonari is an alternative/pop rock (or indie) band based in London. Our music have been influenced by many artists, like Sigur Rós, Cornelius, Radiohead, Coldplay, Badly Drawn Boy, Eels, Ryuichi Sakamoto, alt-J, The Chemical Brothers and many others.