Formed in the spring of 2018, Baby Husband create their tunes through laughing, drinking and dancing. After their debut performance saw them win Battle of the Bands at Kingston University, they have gone from strength to strength and are becoming one of the most hotly anticipated acts in the south west. Their debut single “TV” has already had recognition from around the UK as they have played various venues across London and at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
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Bittersweet, anthemic, melancholy alt rock made in Sheffield.
Dead Slow Hoot combine poetic lyricism with rich musical textures and sparse sonic landscapes to fill your ears with melancholy musings. After the release of their EP 'I Suppose They Were Better Off As Dead' in 2016, Dead Slow Hoot have progressed to playing larger and larger stages, receiving critical praise from the likes of Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio 6 Music in the process.
Surup is a 4 piece band based in South East London. Based on the songwriting of duo Lily and Lucy the band demonstrates a mix between ambient, poignant numbers and jangly riffs with driven layers.
Made up of Ady (vocals & samples), Jim Dorney (bass), Mark Summers (guitar) and Leo Brown (drums), The Ady Baker Sound met whilst scrapping on the playground later than most. Fast forward to a chance conversation in the pub and their eclectic creation started just over a year ago. They’ve been developing their lively sets in venues around the south east and generating a good deal of interest. The band have found a natural rhythm to combining their diverse musical tastes, which shouldn’t work on paper but is "like baking a cake in your ear holes".
After a 2 year hiatus, Shoals are back, signing to Musical Bear Records after two hugely successful comeback gigs in their hometown of Reading. Shoals have been writing continuously since reforming and are about to release their first single in three years this Autumn When the News is Bad The band have big ambitions for the coming months with new material and Live shows, and rumours of an album in 2019.
Berkshire based alt three piece 'doops' have honed their sound to create a blistering combination of hard beats and space riffs. Formed in late 2017, they have already supported the likes of acts such as 'Touts', 'King Nun', 'Bloody Knees' and 'Saint Agnes' off the back of a DIY home demo; as well as having played packed out slots at several small festivals. Throughout the later half of 2018 they released their first 3 singles, each of of which received BBC Introducing airplay. With punk & psychedelic undertones, their sound is for fans of Q.O.T.S.A, Tame Impala and the Clash.
Lonnie has been writing music since he was ten years old in a dilapidated garden shed. Since then he’s played for a number of bands and projects but is now wearing his heart solely on his own sleeve delving into a warm, dreamy sound.
Lonnie's first release, ‘Make it Slow’ is full of surfy bright guitars and warped, warbling synthesisers bubbling under Lonnie’s deep lethargic vocals.
A Singer-Songwriter from Brighton, UK. “Simon creates a distinct sound of pure emotion with a very humbling gravitas to his music.” - B-Side Guys. Having released his bebut EP 'Songs From a Dream Long Forgotten' in July, Simon and his band are now busy playing gigs and writing new material.
Welcome to the world of Toothpaste, an East London-based minty dreampop outfit. With promises of wistful melodies adorned with pop sensibilities in a shoegaze-inspired soundscape, Toothpaste are sure to get your
Unfortunately, none of the four members are qualified dental professionals, and so whilst they can tickle your ears, they’re not allowed to offer advice on dental hygiene. But make sure you brush at least twice a day.
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Branded as "ocean-going c***s" by Radio X DJ Gordon Smart, Ocean Flaws offer a fresh take on neo-psych. Since releasing 'Cosmic Tropics', the band has achieved unprecedented radio play from the BBC, and debuted live with This Feeling.