James TW is no ordinary teenager. The British 18-year-old is a soulful singer-songwriter with a big voice and even bigger aspirations.
When October Drift appeared at the start of 2015 with their beefy yet melodic sound, they had the confidence to win over all audiences. Ever since then, from multiple sold out tours up and down the UK, to growing online hype around their sparse but eloquent releases, they’ve done just that, becoming a major success story on the independent circuit.
Weirds have been destroying venues across the UK for the past year with their blistering sonic assault of motorikdriven, druggy grunge.
Jerry Williams is a 20 year old narrative singer songwriter from Portsmouth. At the age of 11 Jerry took up her first instrument, the classical guitar and achieved a grade 6 level before at the age of 14. She then turned her talent to songwriting, drawing inspiration for her lyrics from her life growing up in her beloved town of Portsmouth, her relationships with people and of course boys. Continue reading
With an aim to play what comes naturally, as loud as possible and with absolutely no gimmicks involved, Southwest three-piece Black Foxxes have pricked the ears of Kerrang!, Rock Sound, MusicWeek, The Independent and Punktastic, among many others, in their short career to date. Continue reading
2015 was a successful year for Nottingham art-rock outfit Field Studies. Support from Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson and John Kennedy of Radio X saw the band make numerous national festival appearances, including a slot on the BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury and an acclaimed appearance at Y Not Festival (described by BBC Introducing’s Emma Clifford as “spellbinding and incredible to experience”).
Exciting new London solo-artist Bryde released her debut EP, simply entitled EP1, in May 2016 via Seahorse Music. The release contains previous singles “Wait” and “Help Yourself” alongside two brand new tracks (“Nectar” and “To Be Loved”) which have already been making an impact at her live shows around the country.
It’s been a remarkable few years for Kacey Underwood and Alice Costelloe, the London-based duo better known as Big Deal. After meeting in 2010 when Kacey taught Alice some songs on guitar, the twists and turns of their on-going relationship has been documented via their catalogue of intense rock-pop songs.
Hannah Lou Clark has announced a brand new EP Its Your Love, due for release 22nd April on her own label Quatre Femmes Records via PIAS.
Tellison is a four-piece waking-nightmare of a band from London, UK. Formed in 2005 out of a shared love of unsuccessful indie rock bands of the late 90s and early 00s, Tellison have released three albums (2007′s Contact! Contact!, 2011′s The Wages of Fear and 2015′s Hope Fading Nightly) and a clutch of sold-out singles.