Unity Division is a fiery, fun-filled trio hailing from Greenwich. Serena leads the musical faction with massive vocal tone and wall-smashing guitar. Dru’s haunting vocal melds with bifurcated guitar and floor-shuddering bass noise. Vince Cullen dishes out immense kicks and invigorating beats. Working with producer John Cornfield (Muse, Oasis, Supergrass, Robert Plant), Unity Division recently completed their exuberant rock/punk 7 track album “Consumer”. Described as Hazel O’Connor meets The White Stripes and Lene Lovich meets DEVO! Raw, sensuous, electrified.
The D-Day Divas feature members Leigh Martyn Thomas, Jennie Venus and Debbie Winter. All life-long fans of singing in harmony, the girls have created a beautifully blended sound with a variety of traditional vintage and popular songs.
The D-Day Divas skillfully blend the velvety undertones, with warm and bright lead and top harmony lines.
Cake Stupid are Isabel Doran on vocals, and Paul Tivy on guitar and programming. They bonded over a mutual love of 60’s/70’s culture and create alternative pop songs with an eclectic original sound.
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Jellly is four creative minds who joined forces in order to enrich the world with their art. Their style is best described as psy-goth, powerful but melodic.
False Colours are an electro-acoustic folk duo. David plays electric tenor guitar and Polly plays bass. Their music is an original mix of traditional folk style, rough and ready punk/indie, and catchy pop.
The Two Jonnies are a musical duo from Colchester, Essex.