Picture the tumultuous nature of trying to keep up with it all, seeing the future speeding away as you wonder why you are are still in the rear view mirror. The 21st century zeitgeist is a stern courtesan that capital dwellers The Pylons know all to well.
In the grips of a worldwide pandemic, it’s important to find your own sunshine. Whether that’s adopting new self-care hobbies or getting creative with working from home, we’re all growing and adapting, finding new ways to keep positivity alive.
London’s Sad Boys Club’s new EP, Echoes In A Shallow Bay, is a groundbreaking release from the four piece, ushering in a new era and taking the band’s emotive sound to darker territories more indicative of their early emo and rock influences.
The Activators are an 11-piece band whose eclectic style transcends Ska, Reggae, Celtic, Punk and Dub, even venturing into Balkan folk and Tango! The Activators have received acclaim for their sensational and chaotic live shows. Their songs have a political edge and depth, yet…
Rebekah Fitch is a new Irish alternative-pop artist, combining a love of melody with thought-provoking poetry; powerful vocals with vulnerability; and forward thinking production with enigmatic visuals.
Who’s Misty? are a female fronted, Lincoln based Indie-Pop Band. We write upbeat songs with bright melodies and catchy lyrics, inspired by artists such as; The Wombats, Anteros and Wolf Alice.
The story is simple. After a chance meeting by being the last 4 in a Mario Kart tournament, Vigilantes became friends. They quickly put down the pads, picked up their guitars and never looked back.
Project Hilts is an eight-piece Jazz & Grime Fusion band from London to Leeds. Their sets are energetic and danceable whilst displaying virtuosic musicianship and challenging songwriting.
Kings & Bears are a Lincolnshire rock trio who believe love and music have the power to change the world. Inspired by rock, funk, soul and reggae music, the band tread the line between…
Jimmy Harvey is a London based alt-pop singer songwriter. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community his brand is centred on openness and inclusivity reflected in both aesthetic and lyricism.