Beat those January blues with
Wild Horse, had a brilliant 2019 with the release of their album “DANCE!! LIKE AN ANIMAL”, great gigs, festival slots & airplays on many radio stations worldwide including BBC Introducing. Now 2020 is here, they have started recording their follow up album and have decided that January 25th is time to finally put that post Christmas blues to bed.
From East Sussex, brothers Henry & Jack Baldwin along with their friend Ed Barnes make up “Wild Horse”. Their sound is a blend of charming Indie, soulful jazz, classic rock sprinkled with catchy pop hooks that will keep you up all night. Their live performance is an experience like no other with overwhelming presence and promiscuous energy which keeps audiences in the palm of their hands. Impressive considering their average age is only 18…
Over the past few months Alex Twivey (AKA Twivee) has been featured multiple times on BBC Introducing The South and BBC 6. He performed on the BBC Live Lounge and was selected for the BBC Introducing end of year Live Performance show.
Twivee has been welcomed back to perform at the BBC Live Lounge in Spring 2020.
Twivee uses honesty and real-life experiences to create a mixture of moods and vibes in his music. Whether it be sad, angry, uplifting, or even humorous, there's always passion to provoke thought.
If he's not designing rapid-paced flows or in-depth technical lyricism which he inherited from the likes of Eminem, Ghetts, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole, he may be finding a melody that connects him with the beat which takes influence from artists like Travis Scott and Post Malone.
Creature Creature are a rock band based in Brighton, combining lightning-fast guitar hooks with complex keys and intelligent song writing. The band are making waves with their unique style and energetic live performance. Their debut album, produced by Tomy Gleeson of Feeder, will be released in May 2020.