Pynch

Assembled in the beating heart of north-west London, Chillburn NW6, Pynch draw upon a number of influences to create their own lo-fi indie sound.

Deeath Ti Indie

The provocatively named 'Death to Indie' are a devastating 4-piece Punk based band from the North East of England.

With this band the accent is on originality, skilful live performance and the creation of high energy, fast paced, powerful Punk based music. Death to Indie are blazing a trail towards becoming one of the best Punk bands in the UK.

Known as DTI to their fast growing legion of fans, they have 3 E.P’s, alongside music videos, live recordings and debut full length album #you’re it.

Yarbo

With a history stretching back over 10 years, Yarbo is the alternative, post-rock outlet of 4 friends from Widnes. First playing together as Paraffin Oil Shop from the ages of 17, university saw some members depart for a while, but over the past year the collective has joined forces again. As Yarbo, they unveil the first release from their debut 6 track EP, the lavish single ‘The End Is Coming’.

River Meets Sea

An evolution from Joe’s solo work, the band maintain a spectral intimacy in their live shows and recently released their debut band EP 'The Republic'. The extra instrumentation adds a variety of timbres to the set and is complimentary to the lyrically dense yet melodic, intricate songs. Having played at The Great Escape, Latitude, Folk East, Norfolk & Norwich Arts Festival, the MPA Showcase, as well as support slots for Frankie Lee, Wooden Arms & Laish, River Meets Sea draw influence from the likes of Ben Howard, Tycho & Bob Dylan.

wuaad

wuuad are a Brighton based post-rock outfit, crafting new sounds by fusing popular music with elements of math, prog, and electronica.

With a constantly expanding sound, songs are usually backed up by a reverb/delay drenched soundscape, with imaginative, toe curling psychedelia riffs, cherry topped by Henry's sincere and fragile vocals. After a short break from performing, following their recording trip to the Brecon Beacons - wuuad are currently touring their upcoming EP.

Who Killed Nancy Johnson?

WHO KILLED NANCY JOHNSON? are a​ ​​​Reading-based high-energy ​punk band whose influences include The Stooges, The Ruts, Buzzcocks, The Rezillos, Alkaline Trio, Tsar, Ash, Lit, Rival Schools, The Drills, 3 Colours Red, Weezer. The songs are all original. Up to January 2015 the band was known as Nancy Johnson and under that name supported Chelsea and Peter and the Test Tube Babies. They resurfaced in 2016 after a year out looking for a new singer.

Jack Eagle

Jack Eagle is a Welsh singer/songwriter/producer that has landed in Southeast London. He draws influence from soul, post-rock, R&B, and pop with a penchant for merging these tastes to carve out his own sound within the pop world. His big voice, honest lyrics, and knack for juxtaposing light and shade act as a cohesive core to his music.

Figures

Formed in early 2014 in an Essex bedroom with a drum kit and a practice amp, Figures started piecing together what are now some of their biggest crowd pleasers.

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