LIO is an ambient alt-pop format fronted by Leonie Sloots. The Netherlands-born, Sheffield-based songwriter has taken the stage supporting acts such as Estrons, Our Girl, Skinny Pelembe, Slow Club, Stevie Parker and While She Sleeps. In May 2018 LIO launched as a full band, further building their eclectic sound compared to the likes of Florence and the Machine and Daughter.
Project that begins in 2010 as a solo proposal from Rafael Giner, Venezuelan musician and producer that, after releasing one EP with Tulio Chuecos in Venezuela on 2009, decides to move and live in Barcelona. After releasing two Ep´s, Live Session (2011) and Transfer (2013) in 2014, the production of a new album starts, which after 2 years of development ends up with the formation of a new band, a cuartet, where several musicians from different projects come together, Leo Aldrey from NOKO WOI (Bcn), Juan Berbín from SEWARD (Bcn) and Luifer Guirados from FAZ de PEZ (Bcn).
LASHES are London's new purveyors of rootsy rock n' roll. Influenced by rock n’ roll icons The Faces, Bob Dylan and The Band,
LASHES bring new energy to the genre with their distinctive personalities and youthful energy. Named on a night out on ‘the lash’,
these four London lads personify the meaning of the name, turning every show into a party.
Mr. Strange are an alternative electro-rock band from the Isle of Wight, UK. They are known for their fondness of regularly changing musical genre’s, bizarre appearance, and extremely energetic live shows.
The bands influences include; Alice Cooper, Mr. Bungle, Gary Numan, Dr. Steel, Nine Inch Nails, Prince, David Bowie, Mushroomhead, Marilyn Manson, PiG, Twiztid, RevCo, and a whole host of New Wave / Post Punk bands from the late 70's - early 80's.
A garage rock trio from Warrington, England who provide a lot of energy and even more noise to the stage. Combining our influences of classic British rock and American punk, we produce a unique sound in every show we play and song we write.
“The trio create a high energy, blood and thunder sound” - Music is my Radar
The Paupers are a 3 piece band formed in Manchester with indie, rocky, punky vibes reverberating through their tracks. The band consists of Danny Gage on the sticks behind the kit, Scott Williams is in charge of laying down phat groovy basslines and Jordan Crossley on guitar/vox. The band was formed towards the end of 2016 when Danny entered the fold to piece the 3 piece puzzle and complete the line-up. Our influences include the likes of The Libertines, The Jam, The Kinks, The Smiths, Kings of Leon, Oasis and early Arctic Monkeys.
BLOODHOUNDS are a hard-hitting rock band from the South of England. After releasing their self-titled EP in April 2018, they have been playing the UK relentlessly, giving themselves a solid reputation for providing a fun, fast and ferocious live show - which in turn has let them share a stage with bands such as Hacktivist, Allusinlove, St. Agnes, All Ears Avow and many more.
Bógomil is an up-and-coming music artist, who starts his music career in his home country, Bulgaria. He is an infusion of urban pop and soul-captivating R&B with his ear-catching harmonies he incorporates in his music. With influences such as Justin Timberlake, Usher, Stevie Wonder, Sia and Max Martin he always strives for perfection in his sound as well as adding different flavors to his music. Bógomil starts his career while still at 6 years of age, performing in a vocal group in his hometown.
WATERFOOLS are a three piece Alternative Rock band from Oxford made up of Wilf Cartwright (Vocals and Guitar), George Langford (Bass) and Jamie Langford (Drums).
Formed in 2016, they are known for their heavy guitar riffs, thrashing drum beats and catchy choruses which have combined to define their sound, as well as their poetic lyrics that cryptically portray issues surrounding adolescence in the 21st century.
Similar artists include Foo Fighters, Drenge, Ty Segall and King Nun.
North America are a calling card towards the hook-laden, sweeping charm and visceral energy of indie-rock that hold their roots in the feels of the 60’s.