Esmay and Max Luck are a brother-sister duo from London, known as The Luck. They both startet making music in their childhoods. In 2011 they wrote a first song together and discovered the powerful blend of their voices. “Bricks” was one of their first songs, released in 2011:
Will Varley is british folk singer from London. He is also the CO-founder of Smugglers Records. Listen to his great song “King For A King”:
Kaya Project is one of the electronical world music projects by Seb Taylor from London. Here’s his great song “Always Waiting”:
Calumma Amber is a singer and producer from London. She’s writing downtempo melodic electronic music mixed with chilled voices and African percussion . Listen to her song “LIELIELIELIELIELIELIELOW“, part of her brand new album Aja:
Daniel Waples is a british street musician from London. He became famous while playing the hang as a street musician. Listen to him playing in a tunnel:
Naughty Boy, born as Shahid Khan is a british songwriter, born in 1985. He was porn to pakistani parents in London and studied Business and Marketing but dropped out after the first semester. After some jobs, he followed his dream to make his own music. Listen to his successfull song “La la la” featuring Sam Smith:
The Vaccines , a band which formed 2010 in London UK . The Band describe their musical influences as …… „…50s rock ‘n’ roll, ’60s garage and girl groups, ’70s punk, ’80s American hardcore, C86 and good pop music.“, When i saw them this year on the Southside Festival i immediately thought , the Ramones entered a time machine and visited us in 2013, amazing .
Here is their song “Wreckin Bar (Ra Ra Ra ) – Hey ho , let´s go !
(the song starts at 3:53, the clip shows the whole gig at Reading Festival )
Metronomy is a british indie pop, indietronica and electropop band from London, formed in 1999. Listen to their nice song “The Bay”:
Chris Andrews, born in 1942, is a british singer-songwriter from Romford. Listen to his great 80s hit “Yesterday Man”:
Fodé Baro, is a Guinean musician performing Afro-Zouk and folk music. Born in a Fulani-Mandingo notable family of the city of Kankan, where many griots come from, Fodé Baro is the exception to the rule according which, only griots can make music in Guinea.
From his early childhood, Fodé Baro is enchanted by the talent of the one called “the dragon of African song” aka Aboubacar Demba Camara, outstanding guinean artist from the 70s. As a teenager, Fode excels in the artistic subjects such as theatre and music… and starts playing n’goni and guitar. But for his parents, a young man of his rank cannot tarnish with artists; it would be a humiliation for the family. Here is the song “Yanfante”