Polar Bear is an experimental jazz group trying to merge as much harmonious genres in one as possible. Distinguished with the “Best Band” award, at BBC Jazz Award 2004, many other accolades followed for the British collective. Polar Bear embraced the marriage of different worlds of music and it seems they have created a new melodic hybrid.
Liverpool’s new band Veyu aspires to take the listeners on a strong emotional ride. For that, they create well-served mournful, intimate and dense songs covered in harmony and sensibility.
Six piece indie folk band The Day of the Rabblement emerges from Portsmouth, mingling strong vocals skills and harmonious instrumentations.
A new icon of sensuality and energy has emerged in the UK. Van McCann, Bill Bibby, Benji Blakeway and Bob Hall are the members who integrate this explosive rock and roll upcoming band presented by Communion Records / Island Records called Catfish and the Bottlemen.
She is one Portuguese bad momma. At least that’s how she appears in front of the national audiences and press. The feeling you get from Teresa Freitas de Sousa’s music is funky, sassy, nasty and classy. The clock is ticking and it’s time to have fun. She comes from Lisbon and is known as Da Chick.
In the Glaswegian music scene emerged a new two-piece. Shona McVicar and Stina Tweeddale’s weapons of choice are: minimalist arrangements, carefully-thought lyrics and, of course, these women’s charismatic attitude. All this under supervision and supported by The National’s top-notch producer Peter Katis.
Straight from the heart of Manchester backstreets emerges a combination of talents creating obscure tunes of rather strong and superb taste. Bernard + Edith duo has bet all cards on playing disturbing and hypnotic trip hop melodies associated with strange, sinister lyrics.
Their inspiration is taken from the rock n’ roll classics. Carousels & Limousines is the name of a new band from Bath, South West England, looking to shape songs into pieces of art that never lose value over time.
Filled and refilled with rhythmic nuances and harmony, Racing Glaciers’ songs will probably catch you off guard. The five-piece band from Macclesfield, in Cheshire, has released its second EP “Ahead Of You Forever” on February. Six songs integrate the record; six more genuine guarantees of emotion.