Emily Magpie

Emily Magpie is a Dreampop artist from Bristol. Having been championed by the likes of BBC Introducing and BBC Radio 6, her latest EP (Be Your Own Light) was described by The Line of Best Fit as ‘spine-tingly special’ and has already notched up over 90,000 streams on Spotify. Over the last few years, Emily has toured the European live music circuit: playing as a support act for acclaimed acts such as This Is The Kit and Let’s Eat Grandma, and everywhere from Green Man Festival and Boomtown Festival to live music venues in Belgium, Switzerland, France and as far afield as Peru and Ecuador.

Midnight Mouth

From out of the shadows emerges an exciting new talent, London based Midnight Mouth, mixing ambient sounds and dreamy melodies with undertones of hopeful melancholia.
Knowing each other for over 15 years, Scott, Poppy, Pierce and Arthur are making big sounding music that will haunt you and hit you straight in the heart at the same time.

Emma Kelly

British newcomer Emma Kelly described as "creating an organically raw soundscape" after her debut release 'Running Wild'.

Emma Kelly makes bold powerful pop music that balances precariously on the verge of euphoria, sorrow and empowerment. With a distinct sound reminiscent of early Florence Welch, the 21-year-old pens intricate lyrics far beyond her years.

Lonely Eddie

Lonely Eddie is a London based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist performing atmospheric, emotional, electronic pop. At live shows described as 'stadium worthy' you will find him surrounded by a rig of pedals, drum pads, cymbals and synths performing as a one man band.
"The best live session of the year, if not ever" - BBC Introducing.

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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.


Sereva are a music duo formed of two brothers based in London.

Neil-James Atkinson and David Sereva Atkinson were born and raised in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, to an English Father and a Papua New Guinean Mother. However due to an extended period of unemployment Neil-James and David made the move to London for work.

However this is 'unfortunate' event may have just been the biggest opportunity and wake-up-call they could have asked for. Finding themselves in a musical melting pot, they were inspired to start a career of their own using London as a base and platform.


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