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An American indie rock quintet singing songs of love, loss and life. The Ohio band formed in 1999 and have been influenced by the likes of Nick Cave, Lou Reed, Joy Division and Tindersticks.
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One of the primary catalysts to the emergent New York punk scene, that in turn infiltrated London and beyond. If ever there was a contender for the mother of punk, Patti it is.
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Hot Chip make a strangely quirky kind of electro-pop music fusing the sounds of Prince, Devo, the Beta Band and the Beach Boys. The GRAMMY andf Mercury nominated band hit their mainstream peak with the top 30 single 'Over And Over' and the top 10 hit 'Ready For The Floor', but their energetic live shows have continued to reach bigger audiences.
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Father John Misty
Aka Josh Tillman, former drummer with Fleet Foxes. His music consists of such disparate elements as Waylon Jennings, Harry Nilsson, Arthur Russell and Roy Orbison. Lyrically, his absurdist fever dreams of pain and pleasure elicit, in equal measures, the blunt descriptive power of Bukowski or Braughtigan, the hedonistic philosophy of Oscar Wilde and the dried-out wit of Loudon Wainwright III.
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From Kingston Upon Thamas, Jon Hopkins is a critically acclaimed electronic musician who is a favourite of TV music supervisors on both sides of the Atlantic. His name is often uttered in the same breath as Brian Eno, William Orbit, Massive Attack and Moby. After a Mercury Prize nomination for his 2013 album Immunity, Jon soon became one of the most talked about new British artists in the diasporadic world of modern electronic music. His fifth studio album 'Singularity' was released in 2018, while as a producer he was also worked with Coldplay, David Holmes and Natalie Imbruglia.
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The Good The Bad And The Queen
Made from the finest of musical royalty, The Good the Bad and the Queen are a project from King of Britpop himself, Damon Albarn. After making his name with Blur and then stepping up his game with the critically acclaimed Gorillaz, Albarn has made a name for himself as one of the most accomplished and innovative musicians around. With Simon Tong (The Verve), Paul Simonon (The Clash), and Tony Allen, legendary drummer of Africa 70.
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Former lead vocalist with cult band The Czars, the Denver-born singer has since carved out a far more successful career for himself as a solo artist. His style has smoothly moved from dark indie-folk to more upbeat ventures with electronic-pop and an orchestral collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic. He was nominated as Best International Male Solo Artist at the BRITS 2014 and continues to be heaped with critical praise upon every release.
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Bombay Bicycle Club
London Indie four-piece named after a (now defunct) chain of Indian restaurants, Bombay Bicycle Club spiced up the music scene with their arrival in 2005. Their profile and success grew with every release, notching up three top 10 albums including 2014's no.1 'So Long, See You Tomorrow'. After a three-year hiatus, the boys returned in 2019 and are still very much hot (Bombay) potatoes.
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Fragile, emotional, classical indie music is a good way to describe Icelandic artist Olafur Arnalds' music. An obvious comparison is to Sigur Ros, but Arnalds is sculpting his own epic, string-laden compositions. He as always enjoyed pushing boundaries with both his studio work and live-shows. He has built up a dedicated international following and is well established for his genre-crossing work blending classical, pop and ambient/electronica influences to a unique musical language. He also scored a BAFTA award winning soundtrack for ITV's popular drama series 'Broadchurch'.
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The daughter of painter Moki Cherry and West African percussionist Amadu Jah, Neneh was raised by her mother and stepfather Don Cherry, the celebrated jazz trumpeter and global music pioneer. Not surprising that she made her career in music. A member of ska punk band The Nails and briefly all-girl punk outfit The Slits, Neneh made her name as vocalist with funk-punks Rip Rig & Panic. In 1987, she launched her solo career with the single Buffalo Stance, the rest is history. Hit albums and hit singles quickly followed, and further established Neneh as a critically acclaimed singer and songwriter.
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Dubbed by The Guardian as 'the sentimental face of Grime', South Londoner Loyle Carner is an actor turned rapper. With a drama degree behind him, it seems rap has become his real destiny. His sound has a laid-back flow and beats which combine with old school hip-hop and UK influences. Following a tour and collaboration with spoken word artist Kate Tempest on her single 'Guts', Loyle went on to support Nas at the O2 Arena, then released his highly acclaimed debut album 'Yesterday's Gone' in 2017, which was nominated for the prestigeous Mercury Music Prize award. Success went higher with 2019's follow-up, 'Not Waving, But Drowning', which reached no.3 on the UK album chart.
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Described by the New York Times as 'exquisitely ethereal', Hannigan's chance meeting with singer-songwriter Damien Rice led to a long period of collaboration and development that included Rice's critically acclaimed albums O and 9.
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A Swedish singer songwriter making beautiful sounds with an interesting range of influences. His assured classical guitar playing, well-written songs and powerful vocals blend together perfectly, creating extremely poignant music. 'A first-class, absolutely dynamic talent'- Playback St. Louis/Norse Code.
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From 1973 to 1980, Bob Marley & The Wailers recorded, toured, and performed before countless millions worldwide. Since 1981, Familyman and Junior have carried on the mission to “keep The Wailers together,” just as Bob requested, affirming: “By doing that, you keep me alive through the music.” In tribute to the late co-founder and drummer Carlton “Carly” Barrett, The Wailers present Aston Barrett, Jr. on drums. It’s startling how this young powerhouse delivers with his uncle’s inspiring trademark style. Lead singer Joshua David Barrett is a Rastaman by lifestyle and culture. Josh delivers Bob’s powerful message of Jah love and unity through his performance and interaction with the audience. Also on stage are singers Shema McGregor, daughter of I Three Judy Mowatt, and Hassanah, a multi-cultural powerhouse; veteran Owen “Dreadie” Reid on guitar/bass, and “triple bubble king” Javaughn Bond on keyboards. There are more than 100 million Bob Marley & The Wailers recordings sold, including 1977’s Exodus, anointed Best Album of the Century in 1999 by Time Magazine, and “One Love,” named Song of the Millennium that same year by BBC. Spin Magazine listed Bob Marley & The Wailers at #4 of the “50 Greatest Bands of All Times,” while The New York Times named Bob Marley the most significant musician of the 20th century. These accolades were made possible by the creative, timeless, and distinctive music, lyrics and production of these incomparable Wailers musicians.
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Kiasmos is made up of Icelandic BAFTA-winning composer Ólafur Arnalds, known for his unique blend of minimal piano and string compositions with electronic sounds, and Janus Rasmussen from the Faroe Islands, known as the mastermind of the electro-pop outfit Bloodgroup. Based in Reykjavík, Arnalds used to work as a sound engineer, often for Rasmussen's other projects, where the two musicians discovered their common love for minimal, experimental music. They eventually became best friends, often hanging out in their studio, exploring electronic sounds. After dropping several tracks and performing at select festivals throughout the years, Ólafur Arnalds and Janus Rasmussen dedicated the year 2014 to explore the area in-between Ólafur’s more acoustic, piano-based solo work and Janus’s synth-heavy electro pop, with their collaborative electronic project Kiasmos.
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English DJ/producer, in recent times a Berlin resident who has returned to his native London. Signed to Domino Records, he has firmly established himself as one of the leading figures in electronic music. He is that rare breed who has made a successful transition from club producer to album artist. His material has seen him collaborate with some the finest names in dance, from Lil Silva to Bonobo and Tracey Thorn (Everything But The Girl).
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Kenny Dixon JR, one of the world's most innovative & sought after producers whose albums exist for other places than just the dance floor. He has a wide-ranging appeal, with influences from jazz, hip hop, R&B, house and techno all to be found in his productions.
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Leftfield (DJ Set)
Spinning deep roots, conscious world, and dark drum`n`bass,... fusing organic sounds and music technology to create a unique vibe. (Spitz)
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Fontaines D.C. met as a quintet in Dublin, influenced and driven in equal measure by the rich history of their hometown’s counter-culture, their response has been to make concise and immediately authentic indie-punk that has done anything but fall on deaf ears.
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Pussy Riot is a Russian feminist punk rock protest group based in Moscow. The group stages unauthorised provocative guerrilla performances in unusual public locations, which are edited into music videos and posted on the Internet. The collective's lyrical themes include feminism, LGBT rights, and opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom the group considers a dictator, and to his links with the leadership of the Russian Orthodox Church.
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Kamaal Williams is the latest project by Henry Wu – the leading talent in a new generation of London jazz artists. Championed by the likes of Gilles Peterson, DJ Spinna and Benji B, Wu made waves with releases on EGLO and Rhythm Section before masterminding the short-lived, but critically-acclaimed, Yussef Kamaal. In his latest incarnation, Wu has teamed up with Josh McKenzie (aka McKnasty) on drums and Pete Martin on bass – an original member of Courtney Pine’s infamous line-up of the 90s. Together, they filter soulful jazz through the grit of a London skyline, with all the raw, live energy that Wu is loved for.
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Considered by some to be a female Nick Cave, scored for an imaginary Hitchock soundtrack, Anna Calvi's blend of dark atmospheric romantic pop saw her nominated for the Mercury Music Prize with her 2011 eponymous debut for the Domino label. Meanwhile her intense mesmerising live performances showcase her fiercely provocative and mastery electric guitar work, haunting vocals and hypnotic stage presence with striking torch songs. 2013 saw the release of her follow-up album 'One Breath', described by The Independent as “an LP that rumbles with lusty insistence, swoons with bliss, luxuriates in cinematic style and nudges Calvi’s emotive voice to fresh operatic heights.”
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Gus Dapperton is an exciting singer / songwriter who creates refreshingly original music. Inspired by world class cinema and heartache, the Warwick, New York-based artist has been quietly putting out very good music, very sporadically, since 2016.
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Few come more certified than Phantasy Sound boss Erol Alkan. Founder of classic night Trash at The End which remains eulogised as a clubbing institution to this day, as well as his marathon all night sessions at Fire now the stuff of dance music folklore.
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One of the co-owners of Hessle Audio and DJ.
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Hailing from Vancouver, spending her time between Canada and Berlin, Jayda is the co-founder of 'Freakout Cult' record label and Vancouver based party with DJ Fett Burger of Sex Tags Mania / Sex Tags UFO. Her productions on there have been setting dance floors alight with support all the way to the top including DJ Harvey playing her 'NYC Party Track' out.
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Tourist is the musical moniker of London born Will Phillips. Combining emotive, melodic sensibilities with innovative production values, Will incorporates his love for analogue tapes and field recordings with his passion for synthesisers and sampling to create a euphoric, melancholic sound that plays equally well on the dance floor as it does in more intimate environments.
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KOKOKO! is an explosive new band with an alternative sound crafted in Kinshasa, DRC, made up of local artists, instrument inventors and prolific French producer débruit. The project came about when production company La Belle Kinoise (Staff Benda Bilili, Jupiter’s Dance), invited débruit to Kinshasa for a month-long residency in 2016 to collaborate with the innovative artists they were documenting across the emerging contemporary art scene. After building a recording studio together out of mattresses, wood they could find and the rest of a broken ping pong table, the Congolese musicians and the itinerant Breton producer began exploring each other’s ideas, sounds, and cultural influences. By the end of a month of working intensely in their new studio, exploring Kinshasa by night, and sleeping whenever there was a spare moment, they had the bones of a debut album and KOKOKO! was born.
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Folktronica for brainiacs. Sam Genders and Mike Lindsay (from Static Caravan), with Phil Winters and Ashley Bates, producing music that sounds a bit like 'the Beta Band doing the Wicker Man' and helping to define a new wave of psy-folk in the process.
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A young math-noise group from south London who the NME have already hailed as "the best band in London". They created a huge buzz with their live shows before even putting any music online. "Black Midi showed their audience why they’re one of the buzziest bands on the underground scene right now. A post-punk/math rock band so brilliantly chaotic that they’re almost literally unreal" - Gigwise
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The Murder Capital
Hailing from all corners of Ireland, The Murder Capital are a post-punk band driven by the desire to affect cultural change. “The Murder Capital are one of those most oddly entertaining prospects – a punk band that can truly instil can’t-look-away levels of captivation.” NME
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King Kong Company
Dealers of dirty-dubby-electro-rock from Ireland.
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London Astrobeat Orchestra
This unique collaboration of West African musicians, led by British bass player Edd Bateman, has been commissioned by The Jazz Café, London. Their material includes new renditions of well known songs translated into African verses with the household choruses being sung in English.
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Pillow Queens are a queer all-girl indie-rock 4-piece led by vocalist/guitarist/bassist Sarah Corcoran, Their material is full of catchy melodies and rambunctious riffs, with songs about emotional highs and lows, anxiety and paranoia and post-recession Ireland. Their influences range from Yuck and Weezer to Manchester Orchestra and the Pixies.
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Rimon, Ships, Just Mustard, Junior Brother, Cait