American singer and songwriter who performs both solo and with his backing band, The Shapeshifters.
Shawn James and the Shapeshifters Sound like an unique brew of stoner rock and bluegrass, mixed with sweaty heavy rock. Mad fiddles, pounding banjos, fuzz-chanted slide guitars combined with Shawn James' manic soulfully roaring vocals make for an intense listening experience whether playing the records or seeing them live. With their busy tour schedule, you can catch them playing festivals and shows all over the world or hear their music featured on Yukon Men (Discovery Channel), Shameless? and many more. In addition, the cult game producer Naughty Dog used Shawn James' song Through the Valley in the recently released trailer of the post-apocalyptic Playstation masterpiece The Last of Us Part 2 and pushed him on the top of Spotify Viral Charts worldwide.
Tony Humphries - new wave hip-hop artist/rapper who has already established himself as a rare breed of talented freestyler. He has received multiple radio plays including features on BBC Introducing, Eagle Radio and Round House Radio. After his live session for BBC Introducing the South, Tony was chosen as a Pick of the Yearnot surprisingly, his beats and sampleology are peerlessly original and his material thought provoking and pop friendly. Should do the do...
Nico-Rapper with a louche and smooth flow, from Livingstone Scotland via New York, recently seen supporting Sugarhill Gang. Marlon Percy is a singer-songwriter and producer from London making and performing his own unique style of electronic music that blends jazzy keys, soulful vocals and chilled house vibes. He's already been featured on BBC Radio 1xtra, BBC Introducing, Seen Music and SBTV, and has recently had one of his collaborative projects, 'Leaving', released and promoted by The Vibe Guide.
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