New Music Monday!

Headliner Suggestions

We get asked a certain question an awful lot, “What’s new in music?” With our company’s roots steeply planted in music and we personally would like to think that we know our music, with that in mind and last Fridays, New Music Friday on Twitter we wanted to share with you all a few names we’ve been loving as of late!

If there is a genre of music or style not covered here that you are looking for why not give us a call or email us your brief and we can then get started!

Xamvolo

Recommended by one of our agents, Xamvolo’s unique sound is reminiscent of early John Legend; live Xamvolo is one of those few performers whose vocals are as flawless live as they are recorded. Often backed by a five piece band with added electronic elements, Xamvolo’s sound moves through the jazz spectrum with ease backed up by an electronic beat, his music transcends one genre and will have fan across all ages and demographics.

A captivating performer we expect to see far more of him in the months and years to come…

Alex Francis

A master of soulful Pop, Alex has been recognised as one of Time Outs rising stars in 2016, as well as currently touring the UK with Melanie C having recently featured on her latest track, Hold on.

Alex has one of those rare, stage presences which can command huge audiences and have them dancing alongside him. Another resident of sleepy market town Hitchin, Alex has a shining future ahead of him and makes a captivating performer for slower, melodic evenings looking to be bowled over.

Making a splash in BBC’s 2016 Sound of, Mura Masa is an electronic music producer and instrumentalist whose sounds have catapulted him at only 19 to selling out various UK and European venues as well as reaching the ears of Justin Bieber, Skrillex and Diplo.

Zak Abel

Another agent’s favourite, Zak Abel is the creator behind unstable and a phenomenal collaboration with another of our agent’s favourite Kwabs, “Cheating on me”.

A good dance band at a corporate is always a must and thankfully we have a couple of new names who are rocking our speakers and hopefully your events too…

Hailing from the West Midland’s, Jorja Smith is already “mesmerizing audiences, evoking the ethereal sensuality of an early day Sade”. She’s also recently been on tour as an opening act for singer Drake as well as working with Dizzie Rascal on her first release, Blue lights a song about Police injustice.

Rag n Bone Man

Winner of BBC’s sound of 2016 and quickly up and coming headliner, Rag N Bone Man has impressed us with his vocals and soulful sound we expect big things from him in 2017!