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Standon Calling is a UK family-centric festival, laying on a lineup of music, activities and more for all ages.
Such diversity has made Standon Calling one of the UK's favourite boutique music festivals, and has featured sets from Paloma Faith, George Ezra and Goldfrapp in recent years.
Around the music, the festival's programme goes from comedy and theatre to art and workshops, while it is also the only festival in the country to boast its own swimming pool, meaning you have the ultimate way to cool off after all that jiving.
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Rag'N'Bone Man (aka Rory Graham) has a holler like hot buttered rum. Loaded with disparate and cross generational influences, the sound of Rag'N'Bone Man is both hugely idiosyncratic and massively moving. He combines a purity of spirit with his unique brand of acoustic hip-hop soul into a force which is entirely his own. He is the real deal.
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North London's Wolf Alice take their name from a book by Angela Carter. Originally a solo project for frontwoman Ellie Roswell, it soon expanded into a full four-piece band with Joff Oddie (guitar, vocals), Theo Ellis (bass) and Joel Amey (drums, vocals). Eloquently described by Clash Magazine as ‘the lovechild of folk and grunge’, Wolf Alice's off-kilter sound has seen folky vocals combine with the alt-rock of 90's bands like Hole and Elastica.
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Chic featuring Nile Rodgers
Chic are an American disco and R&B band that were founded in 1976 by guitarist Nile Rodgers and bassist Bernard Edwards. The group, still fronted by Rodgers, are best known for hit songs including Le Freak, Dance Dance Dance, I Want Your Love, Good Times - the latter of which provided the bedrock of The Sugarhill Gang's A Rapper's Delight, the first multiple-platinum Hip Hop single. The group regard themselves as a rock band for the disco movement 'that made good on hippie peace, love and freedom'. In October 2012, Chic were nominated for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the seventh time. Nile Rodgers, whose 1958 Fender Stratocaster has played on an estimated $2bn worth of hit music, also has numerous producer credits to his name - including Let's Dance, David Bowie's biggest-selling album, and Madonna's blockbuster album Like a Virgin, plus records by Sister Sledge, Duran Duran and Diana Ross. In March 2013, Rodgers was profiled in the highly rated BBC4 documentary special, Nile Rodgers: The Hitmaker.
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Echo & the Bunnymen
Eighties indie heroes whose majestic songwriting haunted a generation of bedsits and student pads. Re-formed in 1997, and still fronted by the inimitable Ian McCulloch, there's every cause to celebrate the Bunnymen's return. Their seminal albums 'Crocodiles', 'Heaven Up Here', 'Porcupine', 'Ocean Rain' & 'Echo & The Bunnymen' have all been a major influence for groups such as Coldplay, The Killers and The Flaming Lips whilst later albums 'Evergreen', 'What Are YouGoing To Do With Your Life?', ‘Siberia' & 'Meteorites' demonstrate what an amazing body of work the band have.
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IDLES are a heavy post-punk band from Bristol. They want to entertain and hurt in equal measure. They believe that art and violence work. Their spirit colour is coral pink. One of them loves queuing, one struggles counting, one has been arrested 8 times, one doesn't like music and one puts sausage rolls on his pizza! 'IDLES are hard to capture, because they're not Fat White Family, they're not Sleaford Mods, they are very much their own incarnation of uncompromising rhythmical punk rock. Lyrically, a mixture of dry obsessional humour and poetic slogans. But, best of all, they really get the adrenaline pumping' - Steve Lamacq, BBC6 Music.
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Lewis Capaldi grew up in the small town of Bathgate, outside of Glasgow. He picked up the guitar at aged 9 and started writing songs shortly after. By the age of just 12, he began sneaking into pubs around Glasgow, honing his craft playing impromptu sets anywhere he could find an audience. 2019 saw the release of his long-awaited debut album 'Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent'.
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Kate Nash is a multi-instrumental recording artist from London. With a platinum selling album and a BRIT Award tucked firmly under her belt, Kate is known across both the music and fashion industries as a forthright songwriter, unabashed feminist and front row style icon. Nash's biggest musical influences include grunge band Hole, and riot grrrl group Bikini Kill, crediting front woman Kathleen Hanna as her idol.
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The Go! Team
Playing a chaotic kaleidoscope of cut and paste sounds and old skool beats, The Go! Team have been building up legions of avid fans since the release of debut album Thunder Lightning Strike in 2004. Their piano-led tunes such as Feelgood By Numbers wouldn't sound out of place on a Charlie Brown TV cartoon, while Bottle Rocket is somewhat reminiscent of a track by 80s hip-hop stars The Rock Steady Crew. Now imagine the whole thing played on instruments taken from the school music cupboard and you'll start to see why The Go! Team might well be the most original band you'll see this year! Recommended.
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Band of Skulls
The Southampton-based duo formerly known as Fleeing New York before changing their name in 2008. Band of Skulls are a garage rock sensation formed by college friends Russell Marsden (guitar and vocals) and Emma Richardson (bass and vocals). Band Of Skulls have built a reputation as a phenomenal live act, both at home and in the US, where they have performed on the Late Show With David Letterman and Late Night with Seth Meyers. They have toured with luminaries like Muse, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Queens Of The Stone Age and Black Keys among others, as well as touring the globe as a headline act.
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Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
New York Hip-Hop collective combining brass, jazz, Afropop, hip-hop, funk, soul and RnB.
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The Big Moon
The Big Moon are a young London pop-punk four piece consisting of Juliette, Soph, Celia, and Fern. Musically they’re somewhere between PJ Harvey’s more widescreen rock moments and Howling Bells’ ragged intensity, but with a crackling girl-gang energy recalling Elastica.
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Fronted by the ambitious Henry Camamile, Sea Girls are a London-based four-piece (originally hailing from Kent and Leicestershire), who deliver simple storytelling songs and arena-ready anthems. The band play tightly honed tunes, with their fans chanting back every single word. "Sea Girls are poised to become one of the biggest breakout indie bands. With sell-out shows up and down the nation and bangers-a-plenty coming, their path to becoming British indie stars is very much on the cards" - NME
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The Joy Formidable
North Wales indie-grunge three-piece, fronted by the enchanting Ritzy Bryan. Abandoning the traditional record industry route, they came to prominence upon releasing 2009 mini album 'A Balloon Called Moaning' as a free download. Their Breeders and Yeah Yeah Yeahs brand of indie-rock, with their trademark sound of crashing guitars and tight hooks, has seen them gain continual support by BBC 6 Music and a loyal fan base.
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Indie supergroup made of members from Fat White Family and Childhood.
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A genre-defying tribal pop/experimental worldbeat outfit with roots in both England and Bahrain, Flamingods' dizzying blend of traditional African and Middle Eastern music, psych-folk, and prog falls somewhere in between the Avalanches, Konono Nº1, Animal Collective, and Goat. Formed in Bahrain in 2010 by Kamal Rasool, Sam Rowe, Charles Prest, Karthik Poduval, and Craig Doporto, the group issued a series of EPs before releasing its debut full-length album, Sun, in 2013 via English indie Art Is Hard. A change in UK visa laws resulted in Rasool being forced to move back to Bahrain shortly after graduating from university, so the quintet began working remotely, communicating their ideas via samples and snippets on the Internet. The results from those exchanges appeared on their 2014 sophomore outing, Hyperborea.
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An Elvis fronted Nirvana tribute band, Elvana tear through Nirvana’s catalogue whilst splicing in grunged up sections of the king of rock & roll's finest moments, culminating in an audible overdrive of old school Rockabilly. It smells like cheese burgers and teen spirit!
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The She Street Band
The She Street Band are the world’s first and only all-female Springsteen cover band.
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Do you remember when hip-hop used to be fun? When Salt-n-Pepa made you want to push it real good, Beastie Boys wanted everyone to fight for their right party and LL Cool J wore all yellow everything in the Jingling Baby video? Your new favourite pop star Iris Gold certainly does, and she'd like to bring a large dollop of that spirit back via her insanely catchy blend of pop, late 80s hip- hop and, as she puts it, “new school sounds”. “I think my sound is just different,” she confirms through a giggle. “If you come to my shows you'll see I have a hype man who looks just like Biggie Smalls. We just rock it and jump around, getting everyone involved.”
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Tarantino/Lynch style, Spaghetti Western inspired psych music that rocks hard and heavy. They are the leather jacket wearing, chain smoking, hard rocking siblings to bands like Starcrawler and Black Honey, seemingly raised on a diet of fuzz guitar riffs and hopeless tales of murder. A chemistry reminiscent of The Kills sets them apart with sparks flying between frontwoman Kitty Arabella Austen and co-lead Jon James Tufnell as they trade riffs and vocals with an intense fury highlighted by the raw, analogue production. "...pure cinematic Ennio Morricone rock n’roll" - The VPME.
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Honey Lung are a four-piece indie band wiith nods to artists such as Sparklehorse, Elliott Smith and Wilco.
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The Howl & The Hum
York-based four piece The Howl & The Hum combine rumbling, melodic dark pop with haunting, evocative lyrics, and a hypnotic yet energetic live show, With a magpie mentality they cut their teeth playing in and learning from local bands and busking, with a strong songwriting core and an inventive, progressive view on what place guitar music has in today’s culture. Their inspirations ranging from Leonard Cohen and Phoebe Bridgers to Lizzo and Kendrick Lamar, and have been likened to Massive Attack, Radiohead and Alt-J.
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Rising vocalist-songwriter-musician. Emily’s vocals have already drawn comparison to artists such as Alessia Cara, Nao, Jessie Ware and Tori Kelly and her unique R&B Pop sound and stand out vocals are creating a strong industry buzz.
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A psychedelic / surf rock band from Paris.
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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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Simian Mobile Disco
Debaucherous minimalist rave from London duo James Ford and James Shaw. Using the kind of vintage minimal beats that only a 1980's Casio can produce, this eccentric pair somehow manage to make techno sexy with their use of static vocals and fragmented rhythms; '...twisted disco as it should be.' - RoughTrade.
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Norman Jay MBE
Norman Jay is unquestionably one of the most respected and popular DJs in the world today. Co-founder of the legendary Good Times Sound System and London dance music station KISS FM, Jay fostered the ‘Rare Groove’ scene pushing the boundaries of the UK’s emerging club culture. Awarded an MBE for services to DJing and music, he recently compiled his most eclectic compilation to date, ‘Good Times Skank & Boogie’. He continues to tour around the UK, converting generations of clubbers to the cause, championing new sounds, yet never forgetting his musical roots, thus guaranteeing nothing but ‘Good Times’.
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Fleetmac Wood is a remix project and a party dedicated to one of the greatest bands of our time, Fleetwood Mac.
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Multi-award winning comedian, presenter, actor, author and scriptwriter Russell Kane is best known as the host of three series of BBC3's Live At The Electric, regular appearances on BBC1's Live At Apollo, BBC3's Unzipped, ITV2's Celebrity Juice and I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! Now! Russell was nominated four times for prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Awards before winning Best Show in 2010. He then went onto make history as the first comedian to win both the Edinburgh Award and Melbourne Comedy Festival's Barry Award in one year. 'An exceptional comedian, his pace is relentless and his material beautifully observed and exquisitely crafted... inspiring and brilliant' (Chortle). 'A seriously good comedian' (The Times) 'Russell Kane delivers magic in spades' (The Scotsman) 'A smart, probing brain lurks below the vertiginous quiff' (The Evening Standard). Russell Kane was named in Ents24's top 5 hardest-working comedians of 2016.
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Before becoming a comedian, Angela worked in health and social care. In 2011, she won the BBC New Comedy Award and became a finalist at the 2011 Latitude Festival New Act of the Year competition. Since then Angela has become a regular on BBC’s The News Quiz, Newsjack and Mock The Week. She has also appeared on BBC Three’s Russell Howard’s Good News, Russell Kane’s Whistle Stop Tour (BBC Radio 2), and BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show. “Feels like a sure-fire bet the instant she utters her opening lines.” (The Scotsman). “The pace is fast, the material strong and the delivery perfect” (Chortle). “She’s just a gloriously down-to-earth, straight-talking and extremely funny comic” (The Guardian). Angela Barnes was #8 in Ents24's Hardest Working Comedians of 2018 list.
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Jen Brister is a stand up comic, writer and comedy actor. 'Brister ticks all the boxes – she's confident, energetic and knows how to deliver a line for maximum laughs' (The Scotsman) 'Outrageously funny' (Metro) 'Gorgeously talented' (Tim Arthur, Time Out) 'This is as near perfect stand up as I have seen' (Scotsgay).
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Originally from Nottingham, Sarah Keyworth is becoming a regular on the London circuit and has supported Stewart Francis on tour. Her material is a mix of honest anecdotal storytelling about her Midlands upbringing, made surreal with the occasional addition of a silly observation. She delivers sharp lines with a cheeky smile and moments of sudden deadpan that leave the audience wanting more.
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Abandoman create hilarious musical sketches at lightning speed live in front of their audience. No two gigs are ever the same. The project sees frontman Rob and multi-instrumentalist James Hancox reinventing hip hop in a way that appeals to even its most ardent detractors. They sold out the Edinburgh Fringe for 3 weeks in a row and were winners of the Hackney Empire New Act Of The Year 2010. 'Flight of the Conchords meets 8 Mile. Nothing short of genius' (www.Chortle.co.uk) 'Truly innovative' (The Guardian) 'Killer punchlines. Note-perfect, lyrically mind-blowing hip-hop improv. Genius!' (The Stage) 'A star of the future!' (Time Out) 'For the whole hour we were enthralled by a comedic mastermind at work' (Broadway Baby) 'A proper party. raucous, expansive and relentlessly hilarious' (The Times).
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Cally is a natural storyteller full of intelligent, cheeky and punchline-rich material. Single parenthood and a successful transatlantic career delayed her ascent into stand-up, while dating failures ensured it had to happen. Her act is a rollercoaster ride of anecdotes, observations and stuff even your best mate wouldn’t admit to. “Cally Beaton is an exciting and hilarious new talent, definitely one to watch. Sometimes you just know when someone’s got it – and she’s got it.” Time Out
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Funny Women Awards 2012 Finalist who, on her own admission, 'has taken to comedy like a duck to heroin' and consequently performs in venues other than her parents' kitchen. 'A great find... bags of natural talent' (Kill For A Seat Comedy) 'Silly, vivacious and very funny' (Richard Herring).
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The New Statesman described Jacob as ‘The Distinctly Millennial rising star of The Edinburgh Fringe’, he has a hit podcast 'Jacob Hawley: On Drugs' for BBC Sounds and has made a Radio 4 Stand Up Special 'Welcome To Britain'. ‘Intelligent and important, his self-aware set sees him explore themes of class and identity in the modern world expertly.’ The Sunday Post ‘Voice of a generation’ Steve Bennett, Chortle ‘A down-to-earth talent who’s got it in spades’ The List
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Formed by a trio of lifelong friends, Friendly Fires began combining the anthemic choruses and swooning melodies of indie rock and shoegaze with the insistent pulse of dance music in the mid-2000s. This mix of styles sounded prescient on 2008's Friendly Fires and 2011's Pala, while the band's later singles and albums reflected how enmeshed the worlds of indie and dance were as the 2010s came to a close. After their second album the band went on a hiatus due to some personal tragedies and illnesses within the band, but returned in 2018 with a new track co-prodcued by Disclosure and their long-awaited third album being released in 2019.
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Former lead singer of the very successful indie-dance group Moloko, Murphy's solo material breaks away from the traditional Moloko sound to become a bit more electro and funked up, but at the same time, her songs are often chill-out material. With a haunting but beautiful voice, Roisin's unusual vocals carry the trippy sound of her solo material whilst putting her own inimitable style on every single song that she writes and produces.
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Based in Birmingham, Mahalia is Mahalia Burkmar, an alt-R&B/soul singer and songwriter who counts Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill among her biggest influences. A native of Leicestershire, she started writing songs and playing the guitar as a preteen. Burkmar drew the interest of major record labels by the age of 13. After taking some time to finish school and hone her sound, Mahalia re-emerged in 2015 on Rudimental's single We The Generation, and performed with the group on Later...with Jools Holland. Since then she's released a string of singles, EPs and an album and acted in the film Brotherhood. 2019 sees the release of her 2nd album Love And Compromise.
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Alternative indie / folk two piece from the London borough of Camden. 'Jim and Daniel grew up partying together. Now singing together, they create songs with a strong narrative and a sweet purity runs through their acoustic sounds. Proudly representing their Camden roots, the North London twang is carried through their songs. Beauty is formed through their simplistic way of arranging a song, stripping back to basics of an instrumental and a vocal. The kind of raw vocals that warm your belly and make the hairs on your arms stand on end.'
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Young gifted singer-songwriter from London who started writing her own material in 2013 at the age of 13.
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This Dublin-based trio are straddling the line between grunge and indie perfectly, and fitting like a glove into both worlds. Live, it's simply deafening, and sweaty moshpits are the order of the day.
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Babeheaven were born out of a long-standing friendship between singer Nancy and guitarist Jamie, who started spending time together in earnest whilst working on the same street in Ladbroke Grove. Musically, Babeheaven's tastes are similarly neighbouring: bonding over a love of trip-hop, soul and ethereal electronics (everything from Portishead and James Blake to Stevie Wonder), and in finding drummer Harry, keyboard / guitarist Milo and bassist Hugo, the foundations of Babeheaven were formed.
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Hattie Whitehead was born and raised in South West London constantly surrounded by music and words. She has been singing since she can remember, taping her first album at the tender age of 3, with her dad on guitar. The daughter of a jazz musician and a poet, she heard a lot of jazz and folk like James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Tracy Chapman and this began to shape her taste in music. Some years later, Hattie completed a music degree at Leeds University, gigging alongside her studies, and soon after finishing she discovered a passion for writing her own songs. A year later, she brought her band together and began performing her new material around London, to a great response. Hattie’s love for different styles of music is reflected in her writing where there is a clear folk influence, but other genres are distinguishable, notably Indie and Alternative, with occasional jazz inflections in her vocal melodies.
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The Japanese House
The Japanese House is the solo project of Londoner Amber Bain. Crafting a mix of lush dream pop and brooding electronica, the Buckinghamshire native worked under a handful of different monikers before using the Japanese House name in 2015. The name was inspired by a childhood trip to Devon, where she posed as a boy for a week, earning the affection of a neighborhood girl who was later heartbroken to learn Bain's true identity. 'The music is a dreamlike display of both careful restraint and free-flowing creativity. Bain experiments with seemingly incongruent tapestries of sound, the earthy and the metal, the muted pastels and radiant neons, the futuristic and the familiar, to create something that’s neither purely cerebral nor of the heart.'
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Surrey musician, Annabel Allum, has the kind of wisdom and poetry that most singer/songwriter's would kill for. Lyrically she's equal parts Tom Waits and Billy Holiday, weaving delicate and catchy melodies into dark subject cracked wide open.
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Dick & Dom
The BAFTA winning stars of such memorable shows as Diddy TV, Absolute Genius with Dick & Dom, The Legend of Dick & Dom and of course Dick & Dom in Da Bungalow.
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BBC's popular CBeebies TV show 'Mr Bloom's Nursery', helps children learn from the experience of nurturing vegetables as Mr Bloom and his team of 'tiddlers' tend to the plants and produce in the allotment. Ben Faulks stars as Mr Bloom and also devised the programme.
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Everyone You Know
Everyone You Know are Rhys Kirkby-Cox and Harvey Kirkby, brothers from London. “Everyday poets, musical adventurers… they sound like nine at night and seven in the morning.” - Steve Lamacq (BBC Radio 6 Music) “Six tinnies from the local then down the Rave… it’s making that connection with people’s lives.” - Jack Saunders (BBC Radio One) “Everyone You Know is finest pop [sic] that nails down some of the most urgent issues of Generation Z.” - NBHAP
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A singer / songwriter based in London whose influences include Frank Ocean, Kendrick Lamar, Amy Winehouse, LNIP, Arctic Monkeys, xxyyxx and Bonobo.
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CC Smugglers are a rag tag 6 piece from the wilds of Bedfordshire who formed in 2009, consisting of Richie (vocals and harmonica), Dan (double bass), Ryan (lead guitar, dobro and banjo), Sam (guitar), Sparky (drums and ukulele) and Dave ( keys and trombone). Drawing on varied elements of musical genres they don't really understand, the band have recently completed their debut album, an infectious stew of gypsy jazz, blues, folk, country and roots. They have built a reputation for great live shows both locally and further from home and have returned from a successful summer on the festival circuit to perform a few select shows in the run up to the album release.
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A born rebel who got her first tattoo at 14, South-London born JGrrey continues take the evolving neo-soul sound of the capital to new and exciting places.
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St Albans rock five-piece.
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Gwen & The Good Thing
Kickstarted by singer/songwriter Gwen Taylor and bassist/songwriter Chris Norrish. Playing original, raw, quick-witted alt-pop, Gwen and the Good Thing mixes catchy hooks and hard-edged grooves. Expect elaborate bass riffs, sweet vocal harmonies and sassy brass.
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Only Sun are an exciting indie rock band from High Wycombe comprising of five tiring personalities; Aabid, Daz, Ed, Euan & Taylor. Throughout 2017, they gigged extensively throughout the London scene including headlining The Old Blue Last and Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen. They've also played at nationally renowned festivals, including Kendal Calling, Camden Rocks and Liverpool Sound City, and gained support from Spotify's The Indie List, Made in Chelsea and BBC Introducing. Throughout 2018 they released a new single every month and with this volume of releases comes the freedom to plumb the depths of their imagination and satisfy the cravings of other styles while still maintaining their sound. Perhaps there is a darker side to indie pop? Maybe it could get cheesier. Perhaps culminate into a PR car crash? Or perhaps this is a stroke of genius. Staggering, five pints deep, down the thin line that lies between pure insanity and genius is something that is not new to each member of Only Sun. One thing is for sure; behind the self deprecating front and the quickly decomposing sense of humour, the boys are turning up the heat in the studio and are ready for another year of success.
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Rich soulful r'n'b singer.
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BYFYN is South East London based producer and singer songwriter Ellie Isherwood. Influenced by the likes of Grimes, Animal Collective and Fka Twigs, BYFYN fuses Ambient Electronic with Synth Pop to create atmospheric, yet catchy tracks.
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Uncle Funk & The Boogie Wonderband
Uncle Funk & The Boogie Wonderband play a winning set of disco classics – think "The Greatest Hits Of Disco Volume 1" and you have an idea! Every song in the set has been chosen with the dancefloor in mind – nothing indulgent, nothing obscure, just the disco hits.
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William The Conqueror
A character, a mythology, the flicker of a younger self, William the Conqueror is many things, but in simplest terms it is the name of a band put together by songwriter Ruarri Joseph, alongside his close musical conspirators Harry Harding (drums) and Naomi Holmes (bass). The trio have been picking up praise from far flung corners ever since Joseph took the step to go public with his erstwhile secret alter-ego, their shows steadily winning over fans up and down the country. The band’s new album Bleeding on the Soundtrack will be released on Loose on 15th February 2019 and can be pre ordered here - smarturl.it/bleedingonthesoundtr 'Looking For The Cure' is one of three singles already released from the album and you can check out the official music video here. Produced by Ethan Johns (Kings of Leon, Ryan Adams, White Denim, Laura Marling) at Peter Gabriel’s iconic Real World Studios, it is the second instalment of William’s story following on from debut album, Proud Disturber of the Peace, released in 2017 to widespread critical acclaim. The indie-rock three piece channel classic blues and roots rock through a grunge/indie filter, with diverse influences including The Doors, Ryan Adams and The Lemonheads. Praised for their grit and authenticity by the likes of The Guardian and NPR’s Ann Powers, they signed to Loose, joining a roster that includes Courtney Marie Andrews, Israel Nash, The Handsome Family and Treetop Flyers. Praise for their live performances has drawn wildly enthusiastic comparisons to the likes of Kings of Leon, Nirvana, Buffalo Tom and The Marshall Tucker Band. William the Conqueror play AmericanaFestUK on 30th January and a series of UK in-stores in February including Rough Trade East, London on 21st February. The trio then embark on an extensive UK tour in the spring which includes a headline date at The Lexington, London on 21st May. “a mighty launchpad for what's yet to come” Q "a thumping Southern rock and Americana grungy gumbo that hits you right between the eyes” Express “the kind of determination that can only end in glory” Gigsoup 8/10
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Laurel, Meggie Brown, Monty Taft, Big Society, Shiivers, Maddox, Le Fleur, Soho Radio, Delia Tesileanu, 4 To The Floor, Tasty Lopez, Steam Down, Maven Grace, How To Train Your Dinosaur (Live), Woodland Tribe, Jitterbug Circus, Gunpowder Gertie, Kat's Whiskers Theatre, Have A Go Puppet Show, Dino World, Magic Marcus, Gaf, Banton, Lydia Maddix
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