Leicester trio Little Night Terrors bear an uncanny resemblance to early era Duran Duran and take their inspiration from Hunter S Thompson books and the obsolete cassette tape format. Here they reveal the secret to their most raucous live shows and explain their favourite sounds.
The music of emerging talent Nadine Shah is steeped in melancholy and romance, echoing the murder ballads of Nick Cave or the brooding passion of PJ Harvey. Watch her phenomenal performance of forthcoming song Dreary Town for the Almost Famous showcase last week.
We first introduced Luke Sital-Singh to you back in 2012, just before he played at June's Almost Famous showcase. Luke has come a long way since then and has been funded by British Music Abroad to go and play at SXSW.
To date, Coves have only produced one EP, but their own brand of ethereal dream pop seems to have the attention of the industry and fans alike. We decided to catch up with the trio to learn how they did it and find out about Andy's love for The Matrix soundtrack...
Grass House combine Americana with darkly poetic lyrics and good old fashioned rock n’ roll swagger. Watch the London based quartet perform current single The Boredom Rose at the Almost Famous showcase.
John Rigard and Beck Wood make music that's one part C86 indie, two parts pop. They combine jangly guitars and boy-girl vocals to create the perfect mix for radio. Watch them perform Cast a Shadow at the 229 Club in London.
UK Music’s deputy chief executive Tom Kiehl has written to MP Chris Skidmore following the Government’s announcement that it has ‘no plans’ to implement the EU Copyright Directive following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU …