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The Taylor Twins

The Taylor Twins first emerged as Butterfly in 2020, earning introductory airplay at Radio 1, 6 Music and Radio X for their EP ‘Ranger 1’. They were also tipped by veterans musicians and rising talents alike, with praise from artists including Ruban Nielson (Unknown Mortal Orchestra), Sean Ono Lennon, Willie J Healey, Blaine Harrison (Mystery Jets) and Dave Gregory (XTC). They even gained traction in the US, with plays from the larger-than-life industry icon Rodney Bingenheimer. Having decided to capitalise on their distinctive image by relaunching as The Taylor Twins, the duo now share their debut single ‘Lost All The Summer’. The track is out now on their own indie label Rørvig Records, a name which references their Scandinavian roots.

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Ade Fabola

Ade Fabola AKA Dr Fabola is a singer-songwriter whose music is characterised by upbeat guitar fingerpicking and lyrics with influences from folk, blues and roots music.

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Brave James

Unafraid to be unique, newcomer Brave James blends dreamy alt-pop, maximalist electro production and multi-layered psychedelic vocal harmonies as he whips up a whirlwind of multi-generational influences into a sound that sits right at home in 2021. Those traits both flourish and prosper in his debut single ‘Soldier’, which is out now.

Here’s what Brave James had to say when we got a chance to ask some questions.

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Club Mango

The Spanish musician and producer Club Mango today shares his debut track ‘One You Need’. It’s an international affair which features the Dominican / Venezuelan rapper Vadi alongside British / Nigerian singer-songwriter JAEL.

Here’s what Dan had to say when we got a chance to ask him some questions.

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Drew Sycamore

Drew Sycamore has emerged as Denmark’s brightest new talent. She has achieved three consecutive #1 singles (including a 16 week run at the top for ‘I Wanna Be Dancing’ and another 7 for ‘45 Fahrenheit Girl’) on the official Danish Radio Chart, and also earned key nominations at the Danish Music Awards (Best New Act and Best New Live Act) and the ZULU Awards (Best New Act). Her success made her album ‘Sycamore’, released last week, the nation’s most anticipated set of the year.

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Next Stop Olympus

Can you tell us a bit about the band?

Conor McEniry – Vocals

Harry Ellis – Guitar & Vocals

Matt Gray – Bass & Vocals

Jeremy ‘Skips’ Scheepers – Guitar

Josh Williams – Drums

“We are Next Stop Olympus a five piece Metalcore / Post-hardcore band with out own twist of rock ’n’ roll influences in our songs from the Salisbury / Southampton area, we have released two EP’s and had the joy of touring up and down the country with some incredible bands”.

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The Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter and producer frogi has been on the cusp of gaining wider attention since releasing ‘moonlight’ eighteen months ago. She has since ascended Hype Machine, hitting the Top 5 Trending Songs and Top 10 Trending Artists, and been embraced by the fashion world with in-store playlists from H&M and Ralph Lauren.

Here’s what Frogi had to say when we got the chance to ask her some questions.

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The Vitrines

Southampton’s finest two-piece The Vitrines are back with their new track ‘You Give Me Chills’ which is available to stream on all music platforms.

Here’s what the duo had to say when we got a chance to ask them some questions.

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Lexi Berg

The Swedish-American singer-songwriter Lexi Berg has enjoyed a wave of discovery in recent months. Her haunting ballad ‘What If’ (produced with Faris Badwan of The Horrors) features in the critically acclaimed Netflix film ‘Pieces of A Woman’. The film has remained in the spotlight throughout award season, picking up countless key nominations at ceremonies including the Oscars, the BAFTAs and the Golden Globes.

We got a chance to ask Lexi some questions, here’s what she had to say.

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