The Stow were formed in 2009, fusing together the band members' love of indie pop and hip hop. They have quickly gained a reputation for engaging and energetic live performances, supporting artists such as Jessie J, Rizzle Kicks, VV Brown and Maverick Sabre.
Our latest artist to spend 30 seconds with M, Zemmy puts her own unique twist on the pop genre, writing songs filled with rich, instantly memorable melodies and smart lyrics. Her influences include Sade, Lauryn Hill, Sia, Dido and Imogen Heap.
Our latest 30 second interviewee is John Zealey who composed the soundtrack for the motion picture Kill Keith, which features Keith Chegwin, Tony Blackburn, Joe Pasquale and Russell Grant. Zealey won the ‘Best Soundtrack’ award for his work on the film's music.
Singer-songwriter A J Moore has performed as a guitarist with number one selling classical artists Hayley Westenra, Laura Wright, Jonathan Ansell, Lee Mead and Faryl Smith. He is now about to embark on his own solo musical journey, releasing debut album Harmonics on 18 March.
Sounding like Smashing Pumpkins meeting The Doors, The Cure, and Joy Division in a dark alley, the Oxford-based 2 girl/2 boy Half Rabbits sing songs about hope, courage, and speaking straight from the heart. They’ve received critical acclaim from such luminaries as Rolling Stone and Drowned in Sound.
Soul-pop singer songwriter June Caravel derives her influences from her adopted city, London, and the voices of Bobby McFerrin & Richard Bona. June spent 30 seconds with M talking about how her experiments with her voice and her loop pedal led to a whole new musical direction.
Diagrams is the new project of former Tunng co-frontman Sam Genders.
Instead of Tunng's experimental folk, Diagrams' sound is a minimalist electronic pop adventure in music which still retains Genders' playful lyricism.
The winners of the third annual Oram Awards have been revealed as Ain Bailey, Andie Brown, Cee Haines (CHAINES), Natalie Sharp (Lone Taxidermist), Nwando Ebizie (Lady Vendredi) and Steph Horak (SheIsRevolting).