DB Jones

DB Jones are an upcoming indie band from Lincolnshire, who have been highly accredited by BBC Introducing, more specifically Hannah Fletcher. After having released their second single "Tell Me", DB Jones have gained a strong following and scored several live sessions with BBC Introducing Lincolnshire, and recently receiving their first airplay on BBC Radio 6 Music. The band consists of four members, Dave, Michael, Owen and Emmerson, all specialists in their chosen instrument, delivering an energetic and powerful performance every time.

Roguey Roads

Hailing from Oxford Rhys, Calum and Gus Warriner founded the loveable band Roguey Roads in the summer of 2017 and have been making waves in the indie music scene ever since. These three brothers have gigged all over the country and internationally from pubs, clubs, festivals, private parties and weddings supporting the likes of Nathan Ball, Waiting for Smith, Thrill Collins and Andy Bennett.

The Doolallys

The Doolallys are a 3-piece rock n' roll band from Camberley, England formed in 2017. Combining various styles from punk, indie, surf and more, it's hard to pin them down to a particular genre and sound. As the shows have got bigger and better, they have gained significant radio play on BBC Introducing as well as a Live Lounge slot in January 2019. After the official release of their debut single, the banger which is Fatherless Kids, they are set for a very promising future.

Louis Janus Thomas

With a knack for cryptic lyricism, complex layering & harmonic development Louis is a solo artist, songwriter & record producer currently based out of Brighton, England.
Having established himself with his debut, “Latino Booty Sunrise” Louis now seeks to develop his artistry into darker, unchartered waters.

Sun Bloom

London based trio Sun Bloom make dance-able indie rock with a twist. Side servings of pop and surf music give everyone something to throw a beer around to. They self-released 2 homemade videos for their singles Clean Shoes and Take It Away earlier in the year, and are about to release their first EP.


BOCA are a three piece pop/surf/rock band hailing from the Isle of Wight. Known for their mellow surf pop verses which leap to heavier forays, with lyrics inspired by their rural and coastal surroundings. Quintessentially British in sound, with their influences clearly recognisable in their music, bands such as Feeder, Foals, The Vaccines and The Wombats.

Adventures Of Salvador

Adventures Of Salvador are a unique band , formed in 2011 by Mark Berry and Nigel Beck. On the back of an advert, they soon got to grips with turning influences into something new. Joined by itinerant irishman Joe Clarke and drum loops (aka Johnny Zoom) they started doing the odd gig and local tours, releasing the first single “Happidaze b/w Silent Sky in 2013...a modest indie club floor filler. Gigs continued and a short tour ensued with Loop Aznavour and poet Chris Bainbridge culminating in a Burlesque/Dr sketchy show where an impromptu jam sowed the seeds for what was to follow.

Matias Malagardis

Matias Malagardis follows the footsteps of Jack Johnson and Ben Howard with his mellow acoustic folk songs. He is the first to admit the surf culture influence in his music and his aim to transmit the peace the sea transmits. His songs are emotive and engaging, compelling you to sit down and listen.

Vanilla Waves

Vanilla Waves swirls genres such as spaghetti-western, garage rock, soul, surf and 60's pop, put in a blender filled with tequila, synthesizers and the brains of Ennio Morricone. The band was formed by the Swedes Axel and Wilmer, who during the boiling summer of 2017 worked in a restaurant in central London. The duo decided to hang up their knives and pick up their axes instead. After an intense month of songwriting, they reached out to their long-time friends Tille Tequila and Hockey Travolta, who joined in on drums and bass.


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