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Conrad Ashton – ‘No post on sundays’

Conrad Ashton shares modern rock music that is firmly rooted in the classic pop sound. Conrad has a no-nonsense approach to music making and performance – he is simply himself. A constant student of music, Conrad keeps a steady focus on designing eloquent lyrics that remain humble and relatable for every song he writes.

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James Humprhys – ‘Memory Palace’

Following the release of two acclaimed singles, ‘Colour’ and ‘All The Same’, rising Bristol songwriter and multi-instrumentalist James Humphrys will release his second EP, ‘Memory Palace’ which you can now listen to on all music platforms.

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Grace Davies – ‘Friends With The Tragic’

Singer-songwriter Grace Davies has recently released her debut EP ‘Friends With The Tragic’. The EP will be released alongside jubilant new single ‘Just A Girl’, a defiant anthem of female empowerment as well as a lesson in gender inequality. The accompanying visuals, reimagined in quarantine, were directed by award winning director Kate Cox (Nowness, Vogue) and attest as an intimate, fun, incarnation of the track.

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Big Wednesday – ‘Big Wednesday’

Since forming London-based band, Big Wednesday have gigged all over London, cutting their teeth in packed out and sweaty student bars, as well as cult venues like Hope & Anchor, The Islington and The Victoria. With a dedicated following dead-set on singing back every word of each tune and wearing out the soles of their dancing shoes, the band are pushing forward to play bigger venues to bring their sound to a wider audience.

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Kill Bosco – ‘Locked Down and Live’

A four-piece indie rock band from Chelmsford, Essex made up by Dean (Vocals), Aaron (Lead guitar), Matt (Bass) & Chris (Drums). The band have released their debut single ‘Hole’ and what a great single it is. The band have recently released their ‘Locked Down And Live’ EP which is an acoustic spin on a few of their songs.

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E.K.Ö – ‘Electrified’

Bringing together a unique fusion of Psychedilia and Indie-Pop, hurled back to the 80’s: E.K.Ö provide swirling melodies and dizzying guitar solos. Brainchild of multi-instrumentalist George Baynes, the South Wales based collective promises to get you dancing, whether you like it or not. They have a EP out called ‘Electrified’ which is available to listen to on all major music platforms.

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The Roster – ‘Beyond Belief’

The Roster, a 5 piece unsigned indie rock band from Derby have recently released a new EP “Beyond Belief” which is available to listen to on Spotify.

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Lucky Iris – ‘Turns Out We Should Have Stayed at Home’

Perfectly titled for the strange time we are going through at the moment, this 4 track EP from the duo tells a story based on a night out gone wrong, where the protagonists regret ever having gone out in the first place and I think we can all relate to that from one of our nights out back when we were allowed to go out.

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Rachel Mintz – ‘Shed a Tear’

Rachel grew up in a musical family with both her brother and father also being musicians. She went on to perform in a professional children’s choir touring and sharing stages with the world’s best choirs. Rachel moved to Los Angeles in 2004 and began her music career leading the bands Pigs (Dave Sender of Union 13) and Baxter House. After a long hiatus, Mintz embarked on her solo journey.

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