Eemia moved to London and began working with other writers and producers and started to grow as an artist defining her sound Penning tracks with top writers adding to her catalogue of music. She's been travelling to NYC and LA for the passed year networking, wrting and gigging. Now she's very excited that she is set to release her EP.
Wednesday’s Wolves is a folk duo comprised of Ysabelle Durant and Chrissy Renker. Both third culture kids, they met while at school in Sri Lanka although their musical collaboration didn't start until they had both finished University. They first sang together in the summer of 2012 where they were asked to perform a few covers at a charity concert in aid of Save the Children.
Stina is a London based singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with a distinctive folk/pop sound. The title track from her debut EP 'Call the Guard' and her charity single 'It's Our Time', have been played as BBC Introducing selections across BBC Radio as well as featuring as track of the week on BBC Three Counties Radio. Her sound is likened to a diverse mix of Damien Rice, Mumford & Sons, Lily Allen and Kate Bush; with her haunting arrangements, folky melodies, quirky lyrics and rich floating vocal.
As a Singer-Songwriter, originally from The Netherlands, she started her musical journey in the UK some 5 years ago. After several forms playing with different bands and people and touring in Italy, Greece, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands she has recently re-found her roots of playing and writing her songs with her acoustic guitar.
Influenced by the likes of Iron and Wine, Bon Iver and Ane Brun you can expect atmospheric, lyrical and melodic songs that make you drift and dream away.
Brought up in the South-West of England and now living in London, Marcus found a natural passion for music at an early age, learning to play the piano when he was only five years old. A few years later, having recently completed his organically made, self funded album ‘Life in a Paper Cup’, Marcus’ piano based songs speak of true life stories with only string quartets and horns to hold back the tears. You can download two of the tracks from his forthcoming album here: http://www.songeist.com/marcusvalance
Amy Jane Bennett is a 23 year old, English singer-songwriter currently based in London. For the last few years Amy has been gigging in and around Suffolk and London, as well as entertaining holiday makers on the sunny island of Cyprus. Her first EP ‘The Tinder Generation', released in 2016, is available on iTunes and Spotify, and features tracks heard on BBC Introducing.
U.R.I, aka Uri Sade, is a London based singer-songwriter.
.Born and raised to a musical family in Israel, U.R.I developed a uniqe sound thorugh the years using Indie folk guitars and a powerful emotionally voice
.He is most influened by significant songwriters such as Jeff Buckly, Elliott smith, Nick Drake and John Martyn
18 year old Singer/ Songwriter playing Acoustic Guitar and Loop Pedal. Been doing gigs for around 3 years and recently played a SCALA at the More Music Than Mud Festival with Bombay Bicycle Club Headlining. Wide range of influences such as James Blake, Bon Iver, Otis redding and Paolo Nutini. Plays originals and re-worked covers often incorporating different genres of music when using the Loop Pedal.Recently finished recording The Live EP available at http://tomlayermusic.bandcamp.com
Also follow @tomlayer.
I released my first EP in 2014 and I am recording a new album at the moment, of which the first single was released last September. My most recent performances include gigs at Ronnie Scott's, The Troubadour and Croydon Pride, but I've also performed abroad with gigs in Italy, Germany, Hungary and Holland. For a complete list of my most recent gigs check: www.valeriolysander.com/gigs.html
Also, this year I was nominated for Best Male in the recent Best of British Unsigned 2016 Awards.
With a distinctive, ethereal voice that has been compared to Robyn and Imogen Heap, London based NADINE is starting to have a real impact in both her native Switzerland and the UK. Born in 1988 in the Emmental, Nadine Furer grew up in the flat above her family’s store, where generations had practiced the art of shoe making. It was Nadine’s multi-instru-mentalist mother who introduced Nadine to the English-speaking world of soulful pop and took the young Nadine to her concerts for a first taste of live music.