Chronic Change

We are Chronic Change.

Newcastle Upon Tyne/London.

Five Piece band, Vocals, two Guitars, Bass & Drums.

We are pioneers of new music, creating our own unique sound and bringing the live music scene into the 21st century. We are always writing new music and recording in the home studio. Our music varies from Rock to Reggae, to Jazz & Funk.. with influences from The Doors, Grateful Dead & 60s/70s Progressive/Psychedelic Rock.

MAX STONE

‘Keep Rising’ is Max Stone’s debut album. The title reflects the journey of a man who refused to give up on his dreams to make music that empowers.

Since being a live finalist on X Factor 2015, Max has returned to his reggae roots and has teamed up with Grammy award winning producer Jazzwad for his production with Damian Marley.

‘Keep Rising’ is a powerful statement that examines love and war and all things in between. This album is currently being finished in Jamaica.

“The music blew my mind! Unique!” – Maxi Priest

The Petty Thieves

We are the spawn of an idea and a huge passion for music that rapidly become more than just an idea.
Having been Sam, Jac and Callum for a few months meeting up, writing and jamming ideas about, April 2015 was the true starting point when Nato came along. We had been searching for that rare breed (the elusive drummer) and finally one popped up, and he just so happened to be an alright fella too...bonus!

Yasmin Natasha

Originally from seaside town, Bournemouth, Yasmin Natasha is a London based beach-pop artist and sax player that oozes positivity, fun & beach vibes. Yasmin fuses together reggae, beach-pop & bossa musical elements both live and in the studio which together makes an engaging live performance and vibrant brand.

Atlanta Mae

"her voice really reminded me of Emeli Sandé and a little of Rihanna - Natasha Gilbert Blog Atlanta Mae is a singer-songwriter from South London. Her music is a product of all the places she hails from. Born in London her music reflects the urban sound escaping this city, but regular visits to the Caribbean to visit family have influenced her sound adding a sprinkle of island flavour. Her first performance experience is from the musical theatre world and this has given her the core training and is responsible for her high energy in live performances.

Davy Simony

Davy Simony is an alternative folk-roots singer-songwriter hailing from Kuranda in Far North Queensland. With influences that span from Jack Johnson to Angus & Julia Stone and The Beautiful Girls, Simony’s work is defined by his grounded and heartfelt style of songwriting. His live performances are not to be missed. Boasting the powerful energy of a ‘one-man-band,’ Simony takes to guitar, foot percussion and live loops.

Eat Your Greens

Eat Your Greens is an exciting new band based in
bath with a truly global sound. Their worldwide
reggae-rock epics have caught the hungry ears of
listeners from far and wide, but it is their live shows
where they really shine. Proud to be the purveyors of
the kind of electric energy that will rock even the
sleepiest of venues, they have the international
festival scene well within their sights. With their
charismatic Uruguayan frontman, they manage to
bring together a Manu Chau-esq Spanish charm, with

Steve Ruben

Steve Ruben aka Tibio started singing at an early age and grew up listening to various music genres. He is a founding member to the French reggae band Bionic Man Sound. Along his musical journey he has shared stage with or opened acts for Stomp, Brinsley Forde (Aswad), Horace Andy, Johnny Clarke, Alfie Boe, ACM Gospel Choir, Chinese Man, Dub Inc, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Iration Steppas, Soul Steps and many more. Versatile and original, his style is hard to define and will surely surprise you!!

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