(["\"Amy

20 year old folk-punk singer\/songwriter based in Yorkshire. Having began performing at 17 with guitar and vocals – playing original songs and alternative\/pop covers – she has a lot of experience playing bars, festivals and charity events. Has played Beverley Folk Festival, Beverley Races and Cottingham springboard 3 times in the past and is set to play again this year.<\/p>\n

In 2018 her song “That’s Fine” was played on BBC Introducing. Currently working on her first EP.<\/p>\n\"WeirdWolf\"

WeirdWolf are a rock band, too heavy to be classified as Indie and too melodic to be classified as Metal. Think the riffs or Queens Of The Stone Age and Soundgarden combined with the trippy soundscapes of Dead Meadow and Sonic Youth and you’re getting close. <\/p>\n

High points to date have been supporting A and Crippled Black Phoenix along with a live sesh on BBC introducing which lead one unsuspecting passer-by to exclaim \u201cI thought Black Sabbath were in the building!\u201d<\/p>\n

The band are currently prepping new material for a new album and a full-scale assault the live circuit and beyond.<\/p>\n\"Edge

Edge of 13 are a guitar band from Bridlington who were originally formed in 2007 and returned in 2021 following a 6 year hiatus. Recently described as “True Brit Rock” Edge of 13 have returned with new material and have rewritten the back catalogue to bring you a punchy singalong set with post-punk tones. The band is fronted by Kris Mac, wth Johnny B on guitar, Scott Lapworth on bass and Joel Cash on drums. After searching for 15 years the band has finally found its sound with influences including R.E.M, The Fall and The Wedding Present.<\/p>\n\"Silk

Silk Spinster are a Hard Rock\/Metal band from Kingston Upon Hull. The band has set out to create hard hitting and energetic music inspired by that of the 1980\u2019s. Silk Spinster takes inspiration from multiple musical genres such as Hard Rock, Punk, NWOBHM, Heavy Metal and more, creating a unique collection of songs each set apart from each other and gelled together through front-man, Kye Coulson\u2019s, vocal performances. Silk Spinster has proven difficult to define as one genre, their aim is and has always been to create hard hitting, catchy and heavy anthems.
\nNotable Review<\/p>\n\"Fauna\"

Fauna is comprised of brothers Danny (Vocals and Guitar) and Adam (Guitar), Tom
\n(Drums) and Charlie (Bass). In the blur that was the end of 2020\/start of 2021, when the
\nrest of the world stopped, the boys got busy – Completing their line up with a new bass
\nplayer, recording new music and even brewing their own beer. Fast forward to today
\nand the band are continuing to gain momentum after a string of live shows in 2021,
\nincluding a slot at Liverpool Sound City festival. Combining summery pop moments, old
\nschool rock and roll percussion and soaring choruses, Fauna\u2019s unique sound has gained
\nthem attention from industry giants Radio X, BBC introducing and This Feeling. Fauna\u2019s
\non-stage energy is infectious, this is a band that need to be heard live and loud.<\/p>\n\"The

5 piece powerpop band with hints of psych, signed to legendary US label,
\nJem Records. We have released 3 albums and contributed to 3 compilation
\nalbums – the latest \u2018Jem Records Celebrates Pete Townshend\u2019 is due for
\nrelease in August. We have received extensive global airplay including
\nLittle Steven\u2019s Coolest Songs In The World and our video for \u2018If I
\nNeeded Someone\u2019 closed The Beatles Fest last year. We have also played
\nprestigious gigs with The Monochrome Set, EXTC and Darling Buds. We make
\nour 3rd appearance at Liverpool\u2019s Cavern Club in May.<\/p>\n

Influences\/Reviews:<\/p>\n

Our influences include The Beatles, Byrds, Cars, Love, The Motors and
\nXTC.
\nWe have been reviewed in Record Collector Magazine and received
\nexcellent reviews for our last album in Shindig! And Vive Le Rock
\nMagazines. We have also received numerous online reviews and featured on
\nmany radio shows as far reaching as New Zealand and New Mexico.<\/p>\n\"Tom

Tom Kay is a singer\/songwriter and guitarist from Hull, UK. Over the last 10 years he has released four studio albums as a solo artist as well as working with acts such as The Mighty and the Moon and The Broken Orchestra. His debut solo release \u2018From The Outside In\u2019 reached #32 in the iTunes singer\/songwriter charts and in 2017 he was invited by critically acclaimed American songwriter John Grant to perform at his North Atlantic Flux festival. He has also supported the likes of Gill Landry of Old Crow Medicine Show and Scott Matthews.<\/p>\n

Tom wears his influences on his sleeve combining the subtlety of Mark Hollis, the fragile broken melodies of Thom Yorke with the honesty of Damien Rice. <\/p>\n

He is currently working on a new album that is due for release in 2023. <\/p>\n

\u2018An exceptionally rich emotive voice!\u2019 – Even The Stars <\/p>\n\"Sarah

An experienced bass guitarist and vocalist, Sarah artfully combines folk and blues alongside her poetry. <\/p>\n\"Pennine

Pennine Suite returned to the Yorkshire scene in late 2021 after changing their name and line up. The five piece write catchy and melodic indie pop songs with fuzzy guitars and lush synths. After releasing the new single \u201cPass On You\u201d in late March 2022, after a short tour of the North. The band are now readying their follow up single so make sure you follow them on your favourite services and keep an eye out for a show near you.<\/p>\n

Influences\/FFO: Slowdive, Alvvays, Blossoms, DIIV, The Blinders, The Cribs<\/p>\n\"Jodie

Jodie Langford is one of the most compelling voices in Hull\u2019s burgeoning spoken word scene.<\/p>\n

Influences:
\nKae Tempest, Sleaford Mods, The Streets, Leonard Cohen, Scroobius Pip.<\/p>\n

Jodie continues to collaborate with Hull\u2019s \u2018King Of Electro\u2019 producer Endoflevelbaddie, who has complimented her delivery of socially aware spoken word with a mash-up of dance floor flavours ranging from electro rhythms to DnB beats.<\/p>\n

Jodie\u2019s first single I Miss It made an X-Posure Big One by John Kennedy on his flagship Radio X show and was commended by BBC Radio 6 Music\u2019s Steve Lamacq for its honesty and pop sensibility. <\/p>\n

Reviews:
\n\u201cBouncy and groovy electro-rap salvo, echoing Mike Skinner\u2019s The Streets\u201d – Turn Up The Volume music blog
\n\u201cFantastic experimental wonderfulness\u201d – Aron Smith of Shmu FM
\n\u201cSpitting fast & precise & with passion\u201d – Postcard Elba music blog
\n\u201cJodie\u2019s lyrics are always so impressive\u2026 really talented\u201d – Alan Raw of BBC Music Introducing Humberside <\/p>\n\"Bizarre\"Divorce\"

ACE 4-piece band from Nottingham, UK<\/p>\n\"Pavillion\"\"Niamh"])