"With influences such as John Martyn, Bill Callahan, Tim Buckley, Townes Van Zandt and Sufjan Stevens, I've been gigging around London and the UK since my school days growing up in South East London. Since releasing an EP online last year and launched at The George Tavern I've been performing with two other projects, Lilycrush and The Dreamlovers. I’m now picking up the acoustic and returning to the solo stage! I hope to bring along a mixture of intimate, relaxed vibes and bluesy foot-stompers”!
Singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Campbell Sibthorpe’s music paints rich, beautifully striking stories of love and death with the tenderness of Sufjan Stevens and the flourishing complexities of Fleet Foxes. Sibthorpe’s innate curiosity for the unknown deepens in his wrestle to find where the divine meets the tragic, ecstatic or mundane; all this colliding amongst a backdrop of soaring melodies and brash emotion.
A folk singer-songwriter inspired by the sounds of Leonard Cohen, Bon Iver and Angel Olsen. Outside of her studies in English Literature at UCL, Annabelle has been making her mark on the London gig circuit. Recent highlights include headling 'Folk This' at The Finsbury and landing herself an opening slot for Ciircus Street at Servant Jazz Quarters in November.
Dave Fudge is a singer songwriter from Newcastle now living and giging in London. You will find Dave most nights on a stage or a street corner with a guitar in his hands and a smile on his face. He’s a little bit country, a little bit bosa nova, he can be intimate and rock the room.
Toying with guitar sounds transformed using brooding and expansive electronic effects, with a voice that soars above the rest in angelic fashion. Comparisons to an electro-folk Jeff Buckley can be forgiven when you hear his music live and on record, but that's not all: his music also has this incredible world feel too. Listen and you'll be hooked!
Silent Cities is the alias of experimental recording artist, S. Maddison. Featured on BBC 6 Music and BBC Introducing.
London based 5 piece FACES was put together by Singer/Songwriter Nick Bradley in early 2018. Since then they have played headline shows at the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford and The Troubadour in London. The members of FACES have got a wealth of experience from previous groups that they have been members of, individually having toured both coasts of the USA and Hong Kong. The members have also performed on Broadway, The West End, BBC and ITV television shows and at major festivals in the UK.
At 21 years old, Tom Baird has been writing and gigging for nearly half his life now. His songs reflect a bold melting pot of imagery and influences, combining silky, smokey Jazz and Neo Soul with folk-ish tendencies and weirder experimental projects like Jon Hassell and early Frusciante. Growing up in a musical family with creativity being a top priority, he spent his time zig-zagging between London and the South Coast. Having honed his stage-craft through more live performances than he can count, he gives his all for every melody and chord, word written and note played into his audience.
Frankie Swain is an Alt-Folk singer-songwriter. Armed with her acoustic guitar, Frankie has a distinctive sound which paired with her raw emotive voice, she blends the traditional 'story telling' lyrics of folk with a pop country twist. In February 2017 Frankie’s hard work paid off, when she was asked to join Steve Rodgers (son of Bad Company’s Paul Rodgers) on his Intimate Adventures Tour. Described as ‘a true talent’ by Rodgers, Frankie has gone on to play many venues around London and Kent.
Singer/Songwriter Livvy Nicole started her craft at a very early age coming out of the same educational stable as Amy Winehouse, Rita Ora and Emma Bunton. During this time, Livvy performed in a number of film, stage and TV productions as well as performing live at a number of London venues. More recently, she featured at BBC Maida Vale alongside Steel Banglez and supported Akon on the European leg of his tour.
Livvy Nicole’s music is described as sassy, fresh, girl-pop with influences from Spice Girls, Rihanna, Katie Perry and other sirens of the female pop scene.
Singer, songwriter and producer l o t t i e has come a long way since recording songs on a 4-track recorder in her bedroom when she was a child. From a young age, her infectious hooks and highly resonant multi-tracked vocals have been catching the ears of producers and artists alike, enabling her to perform alongside and work with artists such as Mumford & Sons, Michael Kiwanuka, Gabriel Wood (Team Salut) and Benjamin Francis Leftwich to name a few.