left-field electronica act featuring former front woman of Vaults, Blythe Pepino, session players Daisy Palmer, Jo Silverston , David Johnston and producer and multi-instrumentalist Aaron Zahl, allegedly offering up a "melting pot of heartfelt...
British dub ensemble active now for more than 30 years, albeit with a few major personnel changes along the way
ensemble specialising in renaissance and baroque music and new music for old instruments, led by cornettist Gawain Glenton with Emily White playing vioin and trombone, Richard Boothby viols, violinist Bojan Cicic and Silas Wollston on organ and...
San Diego-born multi-lingual vocalist singing jazz driven songs spanning countries and genres in six languages
Torbay funk rock trio of Oliver Holmes, Dean Mancey and Mike Taylor covering the likes of Jackie Wilson, Paul Simon, Toploader and Ed Sheeran
tribute outfit fronted by vocalist Carl Wooton as David Coverdale with their take on such classic songs such as 'Fool For Your Loving', 'Is This Love' and 'Here I Go Again'
collective billing themselves as a live band with a Smörgåsbord of circus performers, daredevils and entertainers who take each show as it comes, assembling a different crew from amongst their number for each show
Yorkshire-born jazz and swing singer and Radio 2 presenter often found playing homage to the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Judy Garland and Doris Day
Devon-based storyteller telling traditional and modern stories of all kinds with a particular interest in stories about nature and our relationship with the land
Indian British former Jain monk and long-term peace and environment activist who co-founded Schumacher College and served as its program director from 1991 to 2010
London based octet led by drummer Rod Oughton fusing contemporary jazz and popular music and taking inspiration from artists such as Steely Dan and Becca Stevens
singer and songwriter from Plymouth interspersing his own compositions with covers of the likes of Ed Sheeran, Paul Weller, Bob Dylan, Oasis and the Beatles