LIO: “My songwriting always comes from a place of honesty”
Life Aquatic Band
Katie Pham & The Moonbathers
Wulfman Fury – Exposed In Session
Otis Mensah – “Even if it wasn’t getting heard, even if I wasn’t releasing anything, the writing has to happen for me”
Vultures: “We all have a bit of a resting bitch face”
Milburn: “It’s all our old experiences and knowledge combining”
Cellar Door Moon Crow
Steel City Rhythm
I Set The Sea On Fire
K.O.G & The Zongo Brigade
Joe Carnall Jnr
Hands Off Gretel
Emily Jane Stancer
The Monday Club
Harley Likes Music
Renegade Brass Band
Reverend and the Makers
Roger the Mascot
Everly Pregnant Brothers
The Book Club
Public Service Broadcasting
See Emily Play
The Payroll Union
The Hot Soles
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