One of the storming triumphs of the post-millennial UK indie boom, Bastille are a fascinating blend of indie music and electropop. Their debut album, Bad Blood, staggeringly went to number one in the UK with the mixtapes and singles that followed also proving to be chart successes.
For a few years The Amazons have been grinding away, playing shows, working on songs, and honing their craft as a rock band. The English band from Reading is finally starting to see the fruits of their labour however, as 2017 has seen them gain attention from huge brands.
AJ Tracey’s musical career can be dated back to 2011 when he began operating under the names Looney and Loonz, soon releasing his debut mixtape ‘Didn’t Make the Cut’ in 2012.
If you're after the hottest rock and indie music festival in the North, then look no further than Glasgow's very own TRNSMT Festival coming once again to the city's east end, Glasgow Green.
Raised on London’s infamously rough Mozart Estate, young grime rapper has seen it all. In his music, he talks about his life involved with drugs, notorious gangs and the streets he grew up on.
Mabel first emerged in 1999 when they unveiled "Disco Disco". Over the years they've matured into their sound, coming back in 2000 with "Bum Bum". They will be playing soon, with shows in London, Coventry and Liverpool.
Tom Grennan first rose to prominence after guesting vocals on the Chase & Status track ‘When It All Goes Wrong’.
Are an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 2003.
The distinctively deep voice behind tracks like ‘Barcelona’, ‘Shotgun’, and ‘Paradise’ has embarked on a UK tour in celebration of his new album ‘Staying at Tamara’s’ released in March 2018.
Is the second ever female solo artist ever to achieve five number one singles in the UK, Jess Glynne is one of modern pop's most successful story.
The British electronica trio formed online completing the band with vocals by Olly Alexander after hearing him singing at a friend's house while taking a shower! Alongside him is bass guitarist Mikey Goldsworthy and keyboardist Emre Turkmen.
Richard Ashcroft first came to be in 2000 when he released "A Song for the Lovers". Now he has cultivated a strong fanbase, having returned in 2016 with "These People". He will be hitting the road soon, with shows in Edinburgh, Birmingham and Leicester.
Snow Patrol are Northern Ireland’s modern rock titans.
London-born rapper and MC best known as Stormzy has revolutionized the UK Grime scene. Winning the Best Grime Act at both the 2014 and 2015 MOBO Awards, Stormy is a successful contemporary artist who is expected to rise and continue to influence UK rap and grime.
Are an English pop-rock band formed in 2004 in Brighton. The band currently consists of Luke Pritchard, Hugh Harris, Alexis Nunez, and Peter Denton. The original bassist was Max Rafferty, and the founding drummer was Paul Garred.
The rock band hail from the coastal town of Llandudno. They battled their way to success, busking in car parks and competing in regional contests before finally signing to Communion Records in 2013 and later Island Records.
Australian band DMA'S formed in 2012, quickly gaining notoriety for their debut single 'Delete'. Often throughout their career they have been compared to that of Oasis, particularly after their official debut in 2016 with 'Hills End'.
One of the storming triumphs of the post-millennial UK indie boom, Bastille are a fascinating blend of indie music and electropop. Their debut album, Bad Blood, staggeringly went to number one in the UK with the mixtapes and singles that followed also proving to be chart successes. By the end of 2014 they'd shifted over 2.5 million records in the UK. No small feat for a band still on their first record.