Straight from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Nonô’s fresh and unique signature pop mixes Brazilian elements with catchy lyrics, amazing melodies and vibrant rhythms. Nonô started performing around London in March, 2019 and has already played in places like Hoxton Bar & Kitchen (now Hoxton Colours), Notting Hill Arts Club, several Sofar Sessions and later in the year of 2019, played at the Victorious Festival in Portsmouth. With her smooth vocals and laid back underground sensibilities, she has now amassed an impressive 160K followers on Instagram and 600K on Facebook.

Gracie Convert

Gracie Convert is a London based RnB/Pop songstress, known for her raw unapologetic lyrics and silky vocals. Having only released 2 singles (Her first in July 2019), she has already received support from Notion Magazine, Earmilk, Spotify playlist editors (featured on Fresh Finds US and Fresh Finds Poptronix gaining), Sofar Sounds, College Music as well as a huge amount of support from BBC Introducing , who invited her to play at BBC Introducing live in November and now for a Live session in the New Year .


DBA (Dirtbag By Association) is the collective made up of artists Lucas Ramsell, Burney & Cappa. Three unique individuals who come together and create music to set the vibe of any situation you find yourself in. Influenced by UK Grime, Garage and Afro-Swing, as well as global sub-genres of Hip-Hop/R&B, DBA light up a room in an instant with their charismatic charm and high-energy performances. The diversity within the group is complimented by their infectious chemistry, and it's hard to fit them into one box due to how versatile they are as a team.

Sam Hurst

Sam Hurst found the passion for music ever since his father taught him his first three chords at the age of five. Soon after, Sam started getting guitar lessons from a local teacher - this is where his knowledge and skills progressed further. At the age of nine, Sam played his first major gig in his home-town with an audience of 310 people. Sam began to write his own original songs at the age of 12 and gained a following from performing at open mic nights and playing at local festivals.


An upcoming pop singer/songwriter wanting to promote her music and build a strong fanbase. Edith started playing the guitar and writing songs when she was only 11. Ever since it has been the only way to deal with her emotions.

Vincent Darby

Vincent came up in the Midlands city of Birmingham the "city of the beat" with a legacy of diverse musical expressions. The musical palette encompassed Steel Pulse and UB40 to Ozzy Osbourne, classic soul and every imaginable tone in between. Having absorbed them all - including during his music student days at the renowned Birmingham Ormiston Academy - Vincent has emerged with a sound that is rich, distinctive and mature beyond his years.


Morrell, is a Hip-Hop artist and spoken word poet from High Wycombe, UK, and comes from the creative mind of Dan Morrell. From an early age, music took a front row seat in Morrell’s life; first starting Hip-Hop under the name, YungStar, and then changing to Morrell, once his music was refined and matured. Morrell first started around four years ago, and developed into a six-piece band, with friends from university. The band released ‘Placing My Statement’ & “Live To Tell The Tale’, and played shows under Gentleman’s Dub Club.


Alternative RnB artist M.I is back in London after making a name for herself in Leeds. Over the years, M.I has been a member of the group 'The Real Deal' who won 'Sports Relief does Glee Club' in 2012 and 'Leeds Contemporary Singers' who won 'Pitch battle' in 2017. She draws her influences from artists like Jhené Aiko, Willow Smith and Rukhsana Merrise.
M.I and her most recent single ‘Runaway’ can be found on all music platforms and her recent Sofar Sounds video is now live on Youtube.

Kenny Ross

Kenny Ross is a Singer/Songwriter, Producer and Multi-instrumentalist from North London. His music stems from Jazz, Trip-hop, soul/R&B and Afro-beats; to create his "space-like"/Lo-Fi sound he fuses these genres and incorporates making him fit nicly into the new era of upcoming quirky musicians in the UK industry. Kenny displays no limitations in lyrical creativity, building upon the historic fragments of his upbringing; he expresses knowledge of common issues but in a relatively simple way.


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