Born and raised in Brixton Hill, Bill is passionate about the area he grew up in and uses it as a driving force for his personal growth and career development. Having spent 24 years immersed in the burgeoning musical and cultural hub that is South London, his surroundings have influenced the person he has become today, contributing to his ability to adapt to the changes that have come into effect over time. Bill has a love for curating his own playlists consisting of over 70,000 songs, which he monitors using spreadsheets to document new findings.


Hailing from Leicester, Shadeemus is a Psychedelic Space-Soul band with roots in Wales, Ireland, Nigeria, and Jamaica. Their heritage is reflected in their music and how they perform with additional inspiration from Leicester, a place that influenced them to start the band in rebellion to the lack of local Psychedelic Rock and Soul bands in the city. They cite themselves as a blend of "Gorillaz with Leon Bridges as the lead singer and David Gilmour of Pink Floyd on guitar." Their immediate vision is to expand their team, perform at established festivals and eventually work alongside Danger Mouse.


Developed within Bristol’s vibrant walls, producer and vocalist t l k leans deeply into the ethereal realm. Fluid in genre and form, t l k's works evolve from memory, dialogue, dreams and ongoing explorations into loss, selfhood and trauma-informed human behaviour. Their production blends a palette of electronic minimalism, ambient soundscape, skewed rhythms, experimental sound design, and neo-classical sensibilities to form something gently assertive, ever-evolving and "truly transportive" (BBC6).
t l k's distinctively ethereal vocal tone and transportive live presence have earned them slots at FORWARDS Festival, Southbank Centre and the Barbican of late. Support for EPs 'Strength In Tenderness' (2022) and 'Primed For Loss' (2023) saw them feature on Nabihah Iqbal's BBC6 show, paving the way to open her 2023 EU tour in Scandinavia. In 2024, t l k is focused on recording their debut studio album.


A North London girl born and raised, Ebony's hometown is her main inspiration alongside family, friends, and self-discovery. Since introducing herself to the London nightlife scene, Ebony has used her exploration to evolve her musical knowledge and craft her personal taste. With music always being a part of her journey across different activities, she is ready to put complete focus on turning it into a life-long fruitful career.


Struggling to find musical influences in their hometown,
Stockon-on-tees, O.K Asanda moved to Manchester, where he established a new lease of life and immersed themself into the culture. Citing his influences as Andre 3000 and D’Angelo, O.K produces his own music that sits between Alternative R&B and Soul soundscapes. His music paints vivid pictures of stories personal to him, covering experiences he or people around him have gone through, utilising the creative process as a medium to channel his thoughts and feelings.


Surrey-born and raised JOIISOL spent a decade living in the countryside in East Yorkshire before relocating to Wolverhampton in order to escape the isolated feeling. Following her move, she quickly immersed themselves in a melting pot hub for creatives and drew inspiration from the surrounding community. After completing a songwriting assignment in college, Joii's music teacher advised her to record the whole song, which triggered their musical curiosity. Her music combines R&B and Neo-Soul with hints of Electronic-Jazz using synths and vintage samples to create a nostalgic texture. Joii's long-term goal is to satisfy music lovers with a collection of songs that she dedicated to her fellow shy introverts and ultimately aims to put a smile on people's faces.