Miriam Briggs is an emerging artist currently based in London. With a background in classical music, she has more recently turned to experimenting with new forms. Her influences encompass a wide range of soundworlds including jazz, experimental, electronic, R&B and early 20th century French classical music. Miriam is also a poet and is inspired by nature, ambiguity and walking.
Deja Blu are a two-piece, dream-pop band from Farnham that started making music in the summer of 2018. Their tracks create dreamy soundscapes with etherial vocals and experimental beats. They have two released tracks and are working on more to release through out the year.
SOME PEOPLE is a year-old band based in London with rock, country and soul credentials. Playing original tunes with a healthy dose of nostalgia. A 4-piece band centered around the songwriting partnership of Callum Dearden & Orson Fry. They formed the band while living in Arles, France, playing open mic nights and putting on DIY shows. The band has now moved to hometown London, where they play regularly.
Luna Park are an Electro, Low-Fi Rnb Duo that consists of Kieran Fowkes (Nottingham) Instrumentalist and Max Mcreton (London) Producer. The two met whilst travelling in Australia back in 2017 and quickly realised they had the same passion for music. Upon returning back to the UK they decided to give this project a go. They have got over 20 songs done since January this year and continue to write new material to push their musical boundaries and to get their musical relationship to be as natural as ever.
The New Nervous Kind are a Kent based indie rock band formed in 2016. Their range of different genres & styles of music have blended to create a to-the-point style of music that sounds as vintage as it does modern. Taking inspiration from noughties garage rock, their repertoire of guitar based songs feature a range of memorable licks & melodies throughout, with mellow verses & driven choruses. Previously compared to The Strokes and The Kinks, the band are set to release their first single this year.
Check out their new EP below:
In early 2017 a songwriting partnership occurred, Vyne. Collective was born with the first single and first song being written 'All For You'. Pulling inspiration from their influences and life that revolves around them Vyne. Collective create an eclectic style that grows due to the the wide range of influence and rotation of members. Currently the project is sitting in between Jeff Buckley esque melodies and a bluesy growl in the instrumentation. Like water, the project will take shape of its surroundings.
We are an alternative/indie trio from Bristol who write catchy, lo-fi riffs with punchy harmonies. We like to think our music sounds quite summery and we have been told our new stuff is lively/fun to dance to so we're looking forward to releasing it!
We formed in Devon as a duo after meeting at university before moving up to Bristol where we became a trio (thanks to our drummer!) Originally we wrote fairly mellow, indie songs but have since developed a more indie rock sound inspired by Twin Peaks, Tame Impala and Mac DeMarco.
Hailing from the North, Mollie Coddled is a solo lo-fi Jazz-Dreampop guitarist and singer from York. Being heavily influenced by the bedroom pop scene, Mollie records and produces all of her songs in her bedroom, making her music feel more intimate.
After recently releasing her Debut single “Honey” in July, Mollie immediately got invited into the BBC Introducing studios for a session which Jericho Keys says was
“The quickest turnaround of a new artist coming into the uploader and then in for a session in our history!”
Formed in 2013 with a completed lineup in 2014, THE RECREATION spent their teenage years refining their sound and learning their craft. Their debut single You cemented the band’s status as one of Manchester’s hottest acts, and earned THE REC the title of “the baby Strokes” by BBC Introducing’s Michelle Hussey.
CRS is a 21 year old songwriter/rapper/singer/sound engineer from West
London. His style stems from a vast amount of musical influences such as Lauryn Hill,
J Cole, Nas, Stevie Wonder and many more. Because of his diverse musical palette, I
don’t feel like he can be put in any one category. CRS’ selection of beats is a reflection
of what he likes at that current time ranging from Boom Bap to Lofi mixed with a
Trap or Neo Soul sound. CRS Started creating out of curiosity, and with that he has