the great escape
Let's Eat Grandma are near-identical teenage pals Rosa and Jenny - a spookily prodigious musical double act brewing up a perfect storm of dreamy electronic pop and unearthly vocals.
South London MC Loyle Garner, pop/soul artist Izzy Bizu and MMOTHS are among 100 new acts added to The Great Escape Festival’s bill.
Jay Prince, Frank Carter and The Rattle Snakes and Babeheaven are the latest recipients of backing from the Momentum Music Fund.
The Great Escape has announced its four day Insights Programme exploring blockchain, transparency, CDs & merch, YouTube and video content.
Music Cities Convention, the largest conference exploring the relationship between city planning and the music industry, is to return to Brighton.
D Double E, grime artist Frisco, and Lady Leshurr are among 100 new artists added to the bill for The Great Escape (TGE) 2016.
Mystery Jets, Mura Masa and Shura are among the first wave of acts announced for The Great Escape 2016.
Samantha Whates’ fragile folk and homespun alt-pop is centred round introspective reverie and an unusual ear for melody. Watch her perform brand new song Dark Waters on Brighton beach...
Stevenage singer songwriter Kelvin Jones became a YouTube sensation after posting his Call You Home track online last year. Expect a debut LP to drop later this year.
The majority of record labels are now looking for ‘multi-revenue stream’ deals when working with new music talent, a panel at The Great Escape has agreed.