Holly Bannis is a singer/songwriter from England UK. She grew up around music with a father in the Industry and discovered at 8 years old her voice and love for music. Holly has participated in local singing competitions, and most recent winning a talent show starring in a BBC ONE documentary. Holly has been performing semi - professionally under agencies across different areas of the UK and gigs weekly for the past 4 years to date.
The Manleys are a dirty-garage rock four-piece band with a punky sound that formed in a music cupboard of a South East London school in January of 2018. Inspired by classic punk, grunge, British Invasion, and rock n’ roll, they created an original sound that resonates with the turmoil and angst of generation Z.
While the town was sleeping Joseph B. Eden took to wandering the coast under the huge pale moon. A northern English beach rat whose roots would reach out to all things dank and subvert. Attracted to the glare of the unknown, he replants himself deep down south. Far from the post industrial wastelands, where he hears dreams are realised and streets are clad with gold. With no map home he finds himself lost in the city of Bristol on the muddy banks of the Avon, making a pittance peddling his crude poetry at local vaudeville shows for like minded misanthropes and undesirables.
Great Coke Taste. Zero Sugar.
The Horn St Albans, Battle of the Bands finalists, The Hats, will fill your ear space with sweet sweet sounds.
Parma Comets is a three-piece indie rock band based in London, UK. All band members have played in various bands over the years including pop, folk and rock acts. Now, taking inspiration from an uninterrupted line of rock'n'roll bands stretching back from the sixties onwards, Parma Comets are playing honest, heartfelt, vintage-influenced high-energy rock'n'roll, but always with catchy melodies underneath.
“Sourdough’s debut single, ‘Let It Be Known’, is a rescue mission armed with a Sonic Youth ray-gun, aimed directly towards the shadows of the mind. It hits the target every time, with waves of jagged guitars and explosive drums cutting through the black surroundings to give you something real”
Ben Barry - Vandalism Begins At Home
“full of festival-ready bounce, the beachy, surf-rock guitars and propulsive bassline creating a full-throttle tour-de-force of what it means to be arresting indie rock in 2018.” The Line of Best Fit
“Heaps of fun” DORK
“What happens if scuzzy rock and pop hangout for a bit? Johnny Kills” GIGWISE
“the infectiously wonky hooks” EARMILK
Johnny Kills are a scuzzy surf-pop trio made up of biological bros Tim and Lewis Lloyd-Kinnings alongside spiritual bro Cameron Gipp.
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 Lanes. We are a four-piece Indie band from Norwich, with two EPs available on most streaming services and a track record of fast-paced, lively gigs at a variety of the most popular venues in the area.
London-based electronic producer Cureton first debuted in 2015, with his re-work of Just Kiddin’s ‘Thinking About It’. This floor-filling, radio-ready bite of house quickly gained steam on a number of platforms and within just a year had gained over half a million hits. After this initial success, Cureton’s next release came in the form of a tropical influenced single with UK producer Tom Ferry. The single ‘Found It In You’ was quickly snatched up by the well-known Casual Jam Records and was released alongside a music video.