Dan Croll is a singer/songwriter born in Newcastle-under-Lyme. The talented multi-instrumentalist plays piano, trumpet, guitar, bass, drums, and organ! He won the national Songwriter Of The Year award whilst attending the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA), founded by Sir Paul McCartney.
Dan's music combines elements of folk, classic Paul Simon-like melodies and electronic beats with African polyrhythms and guitar hooks. His material "sounds like a who’s who of Spotify buzz bands. Imagine Dragons, The Mowgli’s, Walk The Moon, etc. Echoes of each ooze through Croll’s squeaky-clean fusion of folk pop strums, R&B synths, and feel-good lyrics" - Consequence Of Sound.
New York band Wilsen is fronted by British-born Tamsin Wilson. She provided the female vocals on the SBTRKT's 'New Dorp, New York’. Wilsen's music weaves the traditions of folk songcraft with electric arrangements, creating a sound that finds beauty in an appreciation for musical space. Wilsen have toured supporting the likes of Daughter, London Grammar and Lia Ices.