Jake Morley is a remarkable guitar player and singer-songwriter. He plays guitar across his lap and slaps, taps, plucks and picks the instrument to produce a sound like no-one else. His instrumental skill is combined with masterly writing, crafting songs that are both engaging and instantly memorable.
PRS for Music and Club Fandango present Almost Famous on Thursday 7 July, a night showcasing the best new acts in the music industry. This week's Featured Artist is The Special Ks are one of the acts performing at Almost Famous.
PRS for Music and Club Fandango present ‘Almost Famous’ on Thursday 7 July, a night showcasing the best new acts in the music industry. This week's PRS for Music Featured Artist - Akayzia - will be performing at ‘Almost Famous’.
PRS for Music is launching ‘Spotlight On’ a series of free live music showcases for emerging and breakthrough acts in Northern Ireland. Kicking off this June in Belfast, ‘Spotlight On’ will tour to different Northern Irish cities showcasing the best musical talent on offer.
Butterflies On Strings are part of a growing movement embracing a do-it-yourself ethos which for decades has been synonymous with the punk scene. The Kaleidoscope Label is the brainchild of Butterflies On Strings which came about in a bid to preserve all that they have revered from the DIY sensibilities of the punk scene by applying it cross-genre, as the likes of Saddle Creek and Sub Pop Records have done for years in the United States.
22-year-old Adian Coker, born and raised in Woolwich South London, made a sizeable impression on the underground scene in UK Hip-Hop with his debut mixtape, The Colour Of Magic, released in October 2010.
Holly Walker is a piano-bashing songstress from London who writes punchy, knowing tunes that provoke both sobbing and raving simultaneously. Classically informed piano and razor sharp vocals collide with scatty, homemade beats and whatever gritty sounds she can crank out of her laptop. Holly is this week's PRS for Music Featured Artist.
The Deltic Group, Britain’s largest operator of late-night bars and clubs, is taking part in a Music Recognition Technology (MRT) project to help ensure artists receive fair royalties when their music is played.