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Fatherson are a four piece alternative / indie band based in Glasgow and formed in Kilmarnock. They have been making waves in the Scottish music scene following a string of supports with bands such as Frightened Rabbit, Panic! at the Disco, Feeder, Twin Atlantic and Idlewild.
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The Magic Gang
The slacker-rock quartet have spun up a neat formula of chugging Weezer college rock and languid, lilting Mac Demarco guitar lines bound to get you singing along drunkenly into your mates face.
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Glasgow three-piece Baby Strange are Johnny Madden, Connaire McCann and Aidan McCann, the newest evolution of punk rock’n’roll. They have toured tirelessly in recent years, building an enthusiastically rampant live audience and fully maintaining their DIY ethos by creating their own artwork and videos. 'The Glasgow three piece are all leather jackets, spit and snarl. Rama lama guitar thrills set to fire up a new generation, this is snotty disobedience, outright deviance set to guitar, bass and drums' - Clash.
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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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Hailing from the Peak District, Drenge are brothers Eoin and Rory Loveless who peddle a fine line in punked up blues-rock mayhem. "Drenge are a formidable, exciting live band, whose eruption of garage, grunge and space rock combines with Eoin’s Damned/Misfits-style crooning to turn the jam-packed audience into a heaving mass in minutes" - The Guardian.
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The Brighton-based post-punk, disco-funk phenomenon Squid is the brainchild of Ollie Judge, Louis Borlase, Arthur Leadbetter, Laurie Nankivell and Anton Pearson.
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Zuzu's hook-centric indie rock assimilates the noisy spirit, tunefulness, and swagger of the Brit-pop and Merseybeat of her hometown of Liverpool.
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London Indie four-piece formed by singer Catrin Vincent joined by Max (drums), Naomi (bass) and Jack (guitar) while they were studying music together at Goldsmiths University. Their sound draws in influences from Radiohead, London Grammar and Four Tet to Coldplay and Talk Talk. "Llike Radiohead after five cans of fizzy pop. Rustic acoustic guitar meets inventive percussion and a brilliantly left-of-centre vocal, melting the past and the future together like alt-J at their best" - DIY Magazine.
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Apre are the refreshingly, tightly-sealed writer, production and multi-instrumentalist London duo who first met at Chess Club. They were introduced through the owner Sue, who let them use the back room of the club to start making songs and rehearsing their creations live. Already, the pair are showing a retrospective eye for detail, mixed with a slight sense of the surreal, creating alternative, wonkie electronic indie music.
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Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard
Cardiff band making indie dream pop with songs that explore weighty concepts of time, money, politics and vanity.
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Brand New Friend
Brand New Friend are an exhilarating indie pop brother-and-sister-fronted foursome from Castlerock, Northern Ireland featuring Taylor Johnson (vocals and guitar), Lauren Johnson (vocals and keyboard), Aaron Milligan (bass), and Luke Harris (drums). With hints of Ash and Los Campesinos! but with an even more infectious blend of joy and sad, Brand New Friend only need a few minutes of your time to have you joining in on handclaps and harmonies.
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Fusing surfy riffs to fuzzy grunge pop, the trio of Jess Allanic (vocals, guitar), Alizon Taho (bass, backing vocals) and Ben Parker (drums, backing vocals) have already managed to bag support slots for Albert Hammond Jr and Spring King among others, sitting comfortably alongside such contemporaries.
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Chappaqua Wrestling is the lovechild of two best friends Charlie Woods and Jake Mac, who have been writing together since the age of 14. Originally from Brighton but currently living in Manchester, the two draw their key influences from Steely Dan, the Beach Boys and Teenage Fanclub.
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Bursting onto the scene with bold attitude, EUT brings a dose of energetic attitude to 1990s inspired tunes, drawing on influences from bands such as the Pixies, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Blur, Weezer, Hole, Wilco and Beck. Fronted by the charismatic bundle of energy Megan de Klerk, the band crafts beautifully written songs with captivating melodies - all hooky, catchy pop tunes in a straitjacket, about youthfulness and growing up. EUT is dynamic and intriguing at once, without sounding too polished. Based in Amsterdam, EUT was established in 2016 after meeting at the local art college.
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An alt / garage / fuzz rock trio from Edinburgh. 'Fabric Bear really impressed with their debut here. With tightly wound grooves reminiscent of Arctic Monkeys and Rage Against The Machine, plus clever and catchy song writing. I expect big things.' Nick Stewart, Sneaky Pete's
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These rock heavyweights from Hastings stamped their name firmly onto the hide of the UK rock scene in 2018, after riding the wave of the release of their single ‘Puppet Strings’ and EP ‘Lucozade Dreams’. Peddling a unique mixture of explosive riffs, bone-crushing live shows, and ear worming melodies of the dual-lead vocals and guitar.
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An alt-rock four piece from London.
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A four piece, rock n' roll band from London.
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Rock from London.
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OK Button are an Aberdeen-based dream-pop trio comprissed of Amber Wilson, Nass Donald and Adam Falkner. Together with producer Craigie Dodds (Amy Winehouse's Producer amongst many) they have all had illustrious careers in music before forming OK Button, including Bombay Bicycle Club, Dido and Gorillaz. Describing their music as a “fresh, eclectic sound with a solid backbone”, they have amassed over 1 million streams and played two packed out showcases at The Great Escape festival.
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RuthAnne is an Irish singer / songwriter who started singing and songwriting when she was just eight years old, performing in musical theatre productions through her stage school and regularly taking the mic at karaoke bars, winning free drinks for her parents. Inspired by the likes of Lauryn Hill and Alicia Keys, RuthAnne's 2017 solo debut found the missing link between gritty nineties RnB and seventies songwriter storytelling. In 2007, she achieved the ASCAP Songwriters “Best Pop Song” Award for Jojo, She continued with a string of smash hits including Britney Spears’ RIAA platinum-certified 'Work Bitch', One Direction’s 'Where Do Broken Hearts Go' and 'No Control', Pentatonix’s 'Misbehavin’, Martin Garrix & Bebe Rexha’s 'In The Name Of Love', and many more. In 2017 she co-wrote almost half of Niall Horan’s debut solo album 'Flicker', including the US #1 hit 'Slow Hands' and the Maren Morris duet, 'Seeing Blind'. But now she has emerged from the background to perform herself.
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Shadowlark are Ellen Smith (vocals & guitar), Chris Quick (keys, programming & synths) and James Warrender (drums), a young 3-piece hailing from Leeds with a fascination for 80s synths. They create hypnotic and ethereal music for the now generation.
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Indie rockers from Dundee.
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Whilst keeping a relatively-low profile, Liverpool trio The Mysterines have managed to gather a fair bit of buzz for their impressive, punchy live shows, having supported the likes of Miles Kane and fellow Introducing-alumni The Vryll Society. Their songs are fierce, high-energy affairs underpinned by relentless bass and drums, and bolstered by lead signer Lia Metcalfe's snarling vocals. Hit play, sit back and prepare to bang your head.
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Four piece alternative pop band based in West London, reminiscent of Alex Turner’s style infused with a 60’s twist.
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Beta Waves, Cara Rose, Gallus, Hazeydays, Luna The Professor, Magnum Haus, Maranta, Sahara, Shredd, Swim School, The Novacs, Who's Olivia?, Zoe Graham