Senegalese master musician Jali Fily Cissokho plays the 21 string West African kora/harp. Jali Fily comes from a family of musicians, the skills and traditions passed down from generation to generation. Yet, as a citizen of 21st Century, he is also attuned to the rhythms of the present and future, creating a unique natural musical blend that spans centuries and continents.
Home organic, re-genred covers of songs by famous artists that were never very popular in the first place. A bit surfy, a bit Lynchy, a bit CRANDLE. Matt Halliday (formerly bassist of Borderville and Huck and the Handsome Fee) and Sarah Halliday (also singer and keys in Gut Waxy) formed CRANDLE in 2015, after challenging each other to play instruments they hadn’t used before. As a result, their sound is hard to place, even by the band who lovingly refer to it as ‘shonkytonk’.
Fresh from her travels around Asia, Anouska is back playing her unique blend of indie-folk in gigs around Oxfordshire. A former music student, 19 year old Anouska is a singer songwriter with attitude, penning songs about love, life and tequila. "The stuff I write about is really what's going on in my life," says Anouska, "I write quite simply; I just say it as it is. I don't try and change it or make poems at all. I literally say it as it is."
Raised in the rural market town of Newbury; English Singer-Songwriter Joe Hicks blends pop, blues and folk influences, combining intricate guitar composition with classic pop song-craft.
“This guy is absolutely smashing it, we can't wait to see what's next for him!” - Linda Serck, BBC Introducing Berkshire
Hailing from Oxford, at 21 and 26 years old, brothers Rhys and Gus Warriner are two very experienced singer/songwriters and together create the loveable band Roguey Roads. Light-hearted alternative soft rock/acoustic soul complimented by a blend of traditional and contemporary songwriting.