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Moon Panda

Moon Panda is a 4 piece band with frontwoman Maddy Myers coming from California, guitarist Gustav Moltke from Denmark, keys player George Godwin & drummer Alfie Webber from the UK. They play hypnotic, mellow atmospheres with dreamy soundscapes, electronically processed, lush harmonies and dense drums that weave through it all. Their music brings to mind artists like Tame Impala and Beach House. They enjoy documentaries about space, animals, swimming in the sea, giant trees, and great television.


Easy Kill

Founded in Manchester in 2013 and lovingly maintained ever since by members: Theo Tobias, Ronan Clowes, Alex Howes and Thomas Short, Easy Kill exist  somewhere in the  space between melancholic Dream­Pop (The Antlers, Beach House) and the US Post and Alt scene (Interpol, Slint, Explosions in the Sky). They’re interested in the inevitable disconnect which occurs when people try to communicate, but are dragged down by their inescapable personal flaws.


Why We Love

Why We Love are a sibling­ fronted indie pop band from the South West. They exploded onto the Bristol scene in May 2014 with their debut single 'Patina', and found their feet playing sold-­out shows with Wolf Alice, Slow Club, Teleman & Wave Pictures.

The band are instantly recognisable for their charming brand of sparkly guitar pop, bittersweet lyrics and blood harmonies, all showcased in energetic live shows. The release of their irresistibly summery single ‘All Good Things Must Drown’ confirmed the band’s status as one of Bristol’s most up and coming acts.

Music to make you dance, sing and cry.


Pip Hall

At just 16 years, Preston based songwriter Pip Hall is an emerging talent with a hugely exciting future ahead of her. Her debut single 'Devil You Don't' garnered attention from Huw Stephens (Radio 1) and John Kennedy (Radio X) as well as key tastemaker blogs like The Line Of Best Fit and Goldflakepaint who took notice at the teenager’s gorgeous vocal and keen ear for lush sonic textures.


Caroline Lazar

Growing up in the suburbs outside Atlanta, Caroline Lazar started on music early; picking up the piano at the age of four (her teacher used to paint her nails different colours to correspond with the piano keys) before moving on classical saxophone and later guitar so she could replicate the country and bluegrass music upon which she was raised.

After starting high school and off the back of a particularly painful break up the teenager started songwriting by combining the heartbreak inspired poetry which she’d been writing to her considerable music talents.