Pepper and Shepherd
Tony & James make Lo-fi pop folk and like custard creams. Formed in 2009 Pepper and Shepherd have performed all over the UK including The Great Escape 2010, Camden Lockstock Festival 2009 and 2010 and appeared on Recharged Radio and Balcony TV.
Describing themselves as “3D ALT-Rock with BEATS”, Three Colours have been likened to Battles & 65 Days Of Static , “At The Drive-in playing Bloc Party” and the band’s personal favourite, ‘Acid Skiffle’.
The Thinking Men are two guys, one girl and a lot of instruments. Playing an interesting and eclectic brand of jazz-influenced blues rock, the band is defined by frontman Johnny Raspin’s stunningly powerful vocal offerings and an array of sounds from multi-instrumentalists Sarah Barsoumian and Ronnie Smith.
Tribal Fighters come from Manchester and make what they call “Twiddly babe pop”
An instrumental three piece band that rates music millions and millions of times more than money and fame, plays with no interruptions riff after riff, indulges in the instruments potential to the point of semi-permanent pain, explores its own mental theoretic skills for volatile and unpredictable compositions and loves the sound of Rock, Prog Rock and Jazz/Rock Fusion of the late 60s-early 70
Soulmates Never Die
Citing cups of tea, food, West Yorkshire, Oscar acceptance speeches, Colonel Sanders, Meteorology and Gravy as influences, Soulmates Never Die makes music because he was unhappy with hours and hours of playing Fifa 10 and The Legend of Zelda all day.
The Glass Child
Charlotte a.k.a. The Glass Child, is originally from Sweden but now resides in London. She has this incredible voice with a range to die for. Packed full of emotion and passion, she write songs from the gut and pours her heart on every song like its her last.
Creating sprawling epics that are instantly satisfying and rewarding, Eschar defy the usual Post-Rock formula of making the listener work and lie in wait for ‘THAT RIFF’! Delivering a wall of sound that is undeniably massive yet instantly melodic, Eschar have high hopes for 2012 with their debut record ‘Elements’ due for release late february
Itchy Teeth are Xav, Charlie, Oli and Jon. The four piece who are from London, make summery 60s influenced dreamy pop. Real classic British sounds with catchy tunes with a retro edge.