With an electrifying live performance that blends tight indie-pop beats and blues inspired guitar licks, Damn Beats are a local band worth keeping an eye on.
Annabelle Asker reintroduces the band we all know you’ve forgotten about.
The Edge introduces slacker rock trio Happyness following their success at the NME awards show in February.
Chasing Grace is a new band with a phenomenal unique sound celebrated by their debut…
Introducing The Costellos. A local rock ‘n’ roll band who are looking to make big waves in the next twelve months!
The Edge introduces Bronwen Lewis. Her melody and individuality is top class and it’s like bathing your ears in soft satin and folky strums, she’s sure to go far.
Introduction to indie synth pop trio based in Los Angeles – Mood Robot. These guys describe themselves as “keeping it fresh and not giving a hoot”. And it’s fair enough!
The final artist in THE LIST has had a UK number one, is working with MNEK and appeared on The Voice.
Despite being only 19, Joey Bada$$ has the makings of a career that puts most to shame.
2014 has been a confusing year for Hip Hop. Looking back, we were introduced to…
Emma Harrison Beesley explains why Slaves, an electric mix of deafening noise, still manage to create songs which are absolutely worth listening to and why they are a worthy contender to ‘The List’.
Bombay Bicycle Club collaborator Rae Morris is next in 2015’s THE LIST.