Within the suitably bohemian surrounds of a warehouse space in Dalston, sisters AYA have mastered their sweeping, transcendent and cathartic style of pop.
With distinct spoken-word vocals and lush shoegaze guitars, Indie-art-rockers flirting. are on the warpath to ensure guitar music stays captivating.
Frost is French-Swedish sound artist Johanna Bramli (Imitation Electric Piano) and Steve Lewis (Fujiya & Miyagi). Dig their binary electronics and transcendental pop here...
Art-pop pioneer Starling’s kaleidoscopic, glossy offerings have managed to sit her comfortably in the front row of emerging modern pop talent.
Over the last few years she’s mastered the art of writing music that does just about everything but fit the conventions of pop.…
TYNI's glittering, intoxicating future-pop and unique shiny style make her a sensational antidote to tired music tropes and bland pop personas.
London trio Our Girl are a band who summon up a gorgeous tangle of fuzzy grunge full of pop sensibilities and sugary-sweet melodies. Watch them live at PRS.
Marsicans have proven to be the masters of a summer-soaked indie rock hit, and their scrappy, charming style has started to win them some serious support.
Two Left Feet is a gut-punchingly emotive listen with heartfelt lyricism and gorgeous melodic intent. Listen now exclusively on M Magazine.
Casting aside their 60’s inspired rock n’ roll rattlers, The RPM's are now all about glittering, anthemic, indie-pop incandescence.
Bryony Williams’ personal mantra ‘make audiences think twice about the female artists’ is just about the best introduction you can have to her and her music.