Introducing: Egypt

Introducing Blues Rock band EGYPT who are based in Suffolk, England. Taking their name from a description given to their music by a record company during their metal days, EGYPT have since transpired into one of the top Blues Rock bands on the live music scene today. Having performed at a number of top music festivals, and sharing... Continue Reading →

Introducing: Kdeem

Introducing Kdeem upcoming South London Rapper and frontman of the Driftters Collective. After spending several years honing and developing his craft he recently branched out and began performing. The rapper is currently working on a project but has yet to give us a release date, so keep your eyes peeled. In the meantime, IndustryMe caught up with Kdeem to... Continue Reading →

Introducing: Meet George Brown

The second Act of the week is Indie Folk artist Meet George Brown from London, England. Combining influences of Californian sunshine and the Laurel Canyon golden era of the 60's and 70's along with more contemporary  indie folk, Meet George Brown's self titled debut EP soon became an 'in demand' project after it quickly blitzed its target on... Continue Reading →

Introducing: Kerry Goodhind

Today the spotlight is on  Singer Songwriter Kerry Goodhind from London, England. Having always had a passion and flair for musical performance since her hands graced the keys of her first piano at the tender age of 5, Kerry Goodhind has not looked back since. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Dusty Springfield, Stevie Nicks, and Etta... Continue Reading →

Introducing: Daphne Willis

Daphne is an American singer/songwriter who uses her music to advocate for mental health. Collaborating across multiple genres ranging from Roots-Rock and Pop to Hip Hop and Electronic Dance Music, classifying Daphne Willis in musical terms is no easy task. With infectious melodies delivered with lyrical precision and honesty, the songs and performances of Daphne Willis are... Continue Reading →

A Sit Down With Jemiyo

Hailing from the streets of South London, Jemiyo enlists influential artists such as Alicia Keys, Nina Simone and Emeli Sandé, merging soulful melodies and cinematic elements of haunting soundscapes. Nominated for the MOBO Unsung Award, Jemiyo has toured venues including 93 Feet East, Ronnie Scotts Bar, The RAC, and performed at Beach Break Live Festival.... Continue Reading →

Compromise maybe?

DeeRiginal is back with his new song 'Pride'. Staying true to his sound, the track has the usual chilled vibe and rap flows remenicent of the 90s era. However a modern flare is added through the use of synthesiers creating a trance like ambience. This is contrasted with the bumping bass lines, which is perhaps... Continue Reading →

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