Culps Posted by Craig D'Souza 25 Feb, 2020
Hailing from South Manchester Culps is a rising artist from the city, combining a gritty rap style blended in with melodies. The rapper first got into music a young child growing up in a household surrounded by music, he boasts family as his biggest music influencers his grandfather being one of the first pioneers of steel drums in the Manchester music scene but currently his
Daniel Merriweather Posted by Francesco Caccamo 24 Feb, 2020
After a time away from the limelight since his last solo record, Daniel Merriweather has been working on a collection of new tracks. The first of these, 'Everything I Need' came out late last year to coincide with his residency at London's Laylow: a reintroduction to solo performance after only sporadic appearances alongside partner in crime Mark Ronson.
Daniel followed this up
Kapitan Posted by Laetitia Descouens 22 Feb, 2020
KennyHoopla Posted by Matt Bates 21 Feb, 2020
Kenneth La'ron, known by his stage name as KennyHoopla, is a LA-based recording artist and songwriter. Born in Cleveland, he grew up absorbing a diverse variety of music, art and breakdancing; The Drums, Funeral Suits, Common and Teen Suicide are credited as some of his greatest influences. His music is intimate, thoughtful and self-labeled as "new wave nostalgia." KennyHoopla ha
Kwame Posted by Ben Winchester 19 Feb, 2020
The suburbs of Western Sydney is a melting pot of creatives but none have managed to break the mould like 22-year-old Ghanaian-Australian producer, writer, rapper and engineer Kwame has.
A chance meeting with A$AP Ferg confirmed the path he now treads and set the young hip-hop prodigy on a quest to empower others through music, just as he had been before. Piquing the early in
Formed in 2015 and carrying on the riot grrrl legacy, Destroy Boys are redefining Left Coast punk. Delivering a blistering take on teenage grind, Destroy Boys is what would happen if Blondie stumbled into a Misfits recording session. Lead singer Alexia Roditis' alternately sarcastic and wistful singing and Vi Mayugba's shredding guitar are both an homage and an evolution of all
The Magic Numbers Posted by Ben Winchester 18 Feb, 2020
The Magic Numbers formed in late 2002 in Hanwell, West London. A uniquely set up band of two sets of brother and sister - Romeo and Michele Stodart and Angela and Sean Gannon - they started playing shows through London honing their sound and along the way picking up a who's who of fans including the likes of The Chemical Brothers, Travis, Ed Harcourt and Noel Gallagher.
Calva Louise are a sonic boom waiting to happen - Jess Eastwood (guitar/vocals), Ben Parker (drums) and Alizon Taho (bass) have created a genre defying burst of energy and imagination that join the dots between indie, punk rock and electronica. Hailing from Venezuela, New Zealand and France, the trio found each other in London back in 2017 and got to work developing a sound tha
Harrison Rodrigues is BAAUER. 29 year old New Yorker raised between London & Philly. One of his songs went viral and turned double platinum and since then he's managed to parlay it into one of the most surprising, hybrid careers of the decade. A DJ & producer working at scale at the intersection of dance and hip hop: there's no one who sounds quite like him.
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Molly Payton Posted by Matt Bates 31 Jan, 2020
New Zealander Molly Payton moved to London two years ago at the age of 16. Having already found an outlet for her emotions in writing music, this upheaval from her friends and family in her home country, accompanied by the challenge and excitement of a new start, opened up a whole new world for her.
Now 18, Molly is ready to share her debut single 'No One Else' through TMWRK Re