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Sophie Castillo

Sophie Castillo is a singer/songwriter based in London/Nottingham. Her music is pop with a rock edge, the heavy guitar adding an alternative element to her sound. Continue reading “Sophie Castillo”

Jordan YV

Jordan YV [Young Visionary] London rap artist , from the same areas which have brought you North London’s finest MC’s such as Skepta, Wretch 32, Chip and JME.

After a steady debut with his lead single “Wavy”, already on 10k view on YouTube, YV has started 2018 with the release of his first mixtape “INTRO.” The tape is definitely an introduction to his progress within music, Jordan began making music at a very young age but released his first couple of tracks at the age of 20, after many years of song writing and research he finally gained the confidence to start his musical journey. Continue reading “Jordan YV”

Scott Bugg and The Vital Few

Scott Bugg and The Vital Few are a Nottingham based Indie Rock, Rock, Blues band made up by Scott Bugg (Lead vocals/guitar), Brett Calladine (Bass/Vocals), Ashley Groves (Vocals/Percussion), James Smith (Vocals/Harmonica), Rory Black (Keyboards/Percussion), Phil Evison (Drums) and Chris Beecroft (Cajon). They are a Band of Brothers created by the love of music for the music and the people who love music.  Continue reading “Scott Bugg and The Vital Few”

The Chase

The Chase are a young Rock’n’Roll/Indie Band from Nottingham. Flying the flag for indie-rock ‘n’ roll in the city. They have stormed hundreds of shows across the City and beyond, building up a dedicated fan base, including highlight sets at Dot To Dot and Hockley Hustle festivals. Continue reading “The Chase”

The Keepers

Formed in 2015 by Jordan Jones in Northampton, The Keepers are a fusion of 60’s pop melodies and psychedelia, 70’s punk energy, 90’s britpop sing along ballads and 00’s indie rock. The Keepers released their debut EP ‘No Exit’ in October 2015, and have since been gigging and touring all across the country consistently, bringing their share of retro goodness to people everywhere.

Jordan, Oli and Liam were kind enough to answer a few questions for the Blog. Here is what they had to say. Continue reading “The Keepers”


Hanover made up by Joel and Calan are a Pop Duo from the North West, influenced by Lionel Richie, The Bee Gees and a range of modern artists. They have just written and recorded their debut album after their Radio One play in January and frequently feature on BBC Introducing Manchester and Merseyside. Continue reading “Hanover”

Neil C Young

Guitarist, composer and arranger Neil C. Young has been recording since 2005 with the release of his first recording, the 3 track E.P. ‘Take a seat’ which Keith Ames of the Musicians Union, declared ‘Excellent feel good instrumental jazz!’. Since then Neil has released 2 further EP’s (My Crazy Pony + Chick(pea) Soup) and two albums ‘Where’s yours?’ (2010) and ‘El Camino’ (2011) which were distributed through Canadian American Records (U.S.A) and WOA Records (India.) Both received initial entries into the Grammy awards by Canadian American Records in 2011, 2012 and 2014 in the Improvised Solo, Instrumental Jazz and Jazz Single categories respectively. Incorporating aspects of bands led by John Scofield, Herbie Hancock, Keith Jarrett, George Benson and Billy Cobham, the music is ‘full of soul and energy’ and, ‘the arrangements are beautiful’, writes Eric Elias from the US magazine “Just Jazz Guitar Magazine”. Continue reading “Neil C Young”

Kim Cameron

Kim is a female solo singer and songwriter Kim Cameron. She has recently released two new songs in the UK in collaboration with the well know DJ duet The Wideboys.
She is also very successful author of the series of the children’s books SeaperPowers, has written musical Her Story. Continue reading “Kim Cameron”


A four-piece Indie-Rock band from Nottingham made up by Josh Hart (Guitar & Vocals), Will Lomas (Lead guitar), Kian Irwin (Bass & Vocals) and Joe Newton (Drum). They have been described as “Pure British Indie style with a fresh and youthful sound. Continue reading “Viyellas”

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