Self Help, recently tipped by prominent Oxford music monthly Nightshift and BBC Introducing as “new local band most likely-to-be”, have got a name for themselves for their energetic live shows. Self Help was born in Oxford in 2017, when guitarist/singer Danny met drummer Silke and the pair realised a shared love for clever, in your face rock and roll. The duo were soon joined by bassist Lizzie and guitarist Sean, who had also found refuge in the Oxford music scene.
When little Triggers first hit the UK scene in 2016 they instantly brought with them a revived feeling that guitar music still has something to offer. Amid a musical landscape awash with pristine pop and lightweight indie rock, the Merseyside four piece offer hope for something fresh, original but more importantly, for something that is bold and brash. Here is a band unashamed of brandishing the rock n roll label.
4 PIECE ALTERNATIVE ROCK OUTFIT FROM THE MEAN STREETS OF MERSEYSIDE, INFLUENCED BY A WIDE RANGE OF STYLES FROM PUNK ROCK TO THE DOWNRIGHT WEIRD, AN ORIGINAL SOUND WITH GENUINE HEART.
‘Hidden White Noise are a Leeds based trio making abrasive, blues fused garage rock with some late seventies punk and southern rock influences, take MC5 & the stooges, creedence with the angst of early motorhead. A band who aren't afraid to trade on their roots or be labelled revivalist, who's sound is simple but direct. Modern music seems to try its best to capture something unique that it forgets what is necessary about a song: hooks, riffs, groove and feel with melody and heart, hidden white noise mantra is to deliver songs that won’t go away.
JH is a UKG/Grime artist based in London. His music is a mix of contemporary UKG & Urban Grime. With catchy hooks, fast flow and edgy lyrics, JH's songs are memorable.
Not only does he perform regularly across the country, performing at festivals, clubs & music venues, he also studies music. JH has won competitions, performed on stage alongside artists such as Alesha Dixon & Mutya Buena and was a finalist in the UK competition 'Open Mic UK'.
5 good friends from the beach who love rock n roll !
The Valium is a five piece rock’n’roll band from Salerno, Italy. Since their debut with Warner Chappell in 2010, the band has been recognised as the starter of New Beat, an offbeat merger of power pop, garage punk and Italian 60’s rock vibes. The Valium have toured all around Italy for years and have been noticed through songs like ‘L’Infedele‘, ‘Lucienne‘, ‘Io Sono un Punk‘, which gathered massive success being aired on radio and tv shows.
“The instant appeal of a catchy chorus and thunderous riffs will leave you hooked...” - Gigslutz “They show a talent that is reminiscent of Paramore’s early days...” - Devolution Magazine Weekend Recovery enter 2018 with the release of their debut album Get What You Came For. The album is being released via Headcheck Records on the 17th February 2018 alongside a release show for Camden Rocks Presents on the same day. Get What You Came For sees the band release their most mature and personal tracks to date.
Georgia Box is a 22 year old singer / songwriter from Colchester, Essex managed by Music Crowns and recently charted at number 3 in the iTunes singer / songwriter charts with debut EP ‘Love Languages’. With over 300,000 social media fans on Facebook alone, Georgia is considered a social media influencer on her videos regularly hit over 250,000 views. Recently she had a viral success with her rewrite of Shaggy's 'It Wasn't Me' - the video accumulating 24 million views.
Two piece band. Fast and furious garage rock. Based in London. From Ibiza and Bilbao. Always up for a pint and to start a cheeky revolution ;)