Singer-songwriter, Roxanne de Bastion has quite the impressive musical CV. Having supported the likes of Lambchop and released an exceptionally well-received album, Heirlooms & Hearsay last year, it doesn’t just stop at pushing her own career, but also aiding others.
Kent post-hardcore five-piece, Four Days In June have managed to breathe life into the often generic pool of their genre.
Originally from Devon and now London-based, Grace Gillespie‘s picturesque roots almost make their way into her beauteous delivery.
Leeds has become a notable hot spot in recent years when it comes to thrilling new bands and trio Dead Naked Hippies attribute to this.
With his long-awaited album released, electronic stalwart, Vilde has managed to sculpt every offering released thus far, perfectly.
Ethiopian chanteuse, Saba Abraha has created quite the buzz thanks to her evocative vocals and effectual production.
Martha Hill’s compelling vocal is a satisfying highlight on her latest single, ‘Spiders‘.
Cape Town alternative outfit, H O N E Y M O A N have burst into our aural stream with bombast thanks to their new anthem, ‘</3‘.
A winning combination of candied vocals, honeyed melodies and sugared melodies make the latest release from WESLEE one to remember.
Leicester R&B native, Mahalia returns with another faultless single in, ‘I Wish I Missed My Ex’.