Andy Nice has played with everyone from Sade to Cradle of Filth to Luke Haines’ Baadar Meinhof, and has performed and recorded around the globe.
The Doomed Bird of Providence are a five piece folk group currently residing in London and Colchester. The band perform songs that are grandiose, doom ridden rendering from early Australian history.
Tearing up stages across London and now the UK, Elite Barbarian uses a vast array of sonic weapons to create a range of ambient abstracts and pounding rhythms. Elite Barbarian is the work of Ben Page and Michael Donnelly…
The music of Kemper Norton streaks across the ages like a tipsy beach-comber, enthusiastically and expertly skipping across time’s tide and handpicking an array of instruments, contexts and influences to form what he succinctly describes as “coastal slurtronic folk”.
Based in rural East Anglia, Laura Cannell’s work draws on the emotional influences of the landscape and the sometimes dissonant chords of early and medieval music.
Long Division with Remainders (LDWR) is a collaborative experimental music project formed in the long cold spring of 2006, by husband and wife duo Helen and Justin, and now incorporating people across the UK, Europe, Australia and the US.
Hailing from Brighton, Lutine have made waves in a short space of time with a handful of incredible live shows. Their timeless sound and stunning harmonies set them apart, creating a minimal, fragile and evocative atmosphere live and on record.
Ed Gillett has been working under the name Shape Worship since 2011. His debut releases (the Observances EP on Exotic Pylon and the Throughways 7″ on Gang of Ducks) weaved dense layers of foggy ambience and rich melodicism around rough-hewn, dancefloor-inspired rhythms.
Sone Institute is the weird and wonderful world of electronic artist Roman Bezdyk. Spinning together found sounds, classroom percussion and a host of stringed instruments, Sone Institute is a surreal and fantastical world of pure sonic imagination.