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JW Francis

Born in Oklahoma, raised in Paris, living in New York City, assistant to a Nobel Prize Winner, licensed New York City tour guide and Murder Mystery business owner, JW Francis is the newest signing to Sunday Best Recordings. His brand of lo-fi, utterly irresistible bedroom dream-pop takes its lead from the city JW lives in,…

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O'Flynn

  O'Flynn is a producer and DJ from London who has been hailed by Boiler Room as "one of dance music's most prosperous newcomers." Rapidly establishing a reputation as a bright young talent, his releases have been supported by Ben UFO, Gilles Peterson, James Blake, Four Tet, Bonobo and Joy Orbison to name but a few.…

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Joshu

Joshu is a singer / songwriter from Antigua in the Caribbean. Raised on a potent mixture of calypso, Bob Dylan and the ocean, he’s been writing and performing since the age of 13. Since then, he has worked his way forward from a back-line geeky guitarist to front man of Sound Citizens, one of Antigua’s…

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Plastic Mermaids

Plastic Mermaids are a five-piece band from the Isle of Wight who, after building their own analogue studio, self-produce the most genuinely original and sonically adventurous music you'll hear today. They are brothers Jamie and Douglas Richards, who collaborate on vocals, synths and samples, along with guitarist Chris Newnham, bassist Tom Farren and drummer Chris…

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Alice Jemima

When 22-year-old Alice Jemima was 14 she and everyone else from her comprehensive school in Devon applied for compulsory work experience placements. While her friends were sent to work in retail or IT departments, Jemima followed her passion and got herself a ticket to the Glastonbury Festival instead. By this point Jemima had already taught…

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L.A. Salami

L.A. Salami (Lookman Adekunle Salami) is a singer/songwriter from London, England known for crafting magnetic blues-rock songs with a postmodern twist. Salami was fostered when he was two months old and grew up between his birth mother in Peckham, South London and his foster family in Broadstairs on the English coast. Much of his teens…

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Dub Pistols

Over an 18-year career the Dub Pistols have worked with heroes like The Specials, Busta Rhymes, Horace Andy, Madness and Gregory Isaacs. They’ve burned through different members and hundreds of thousands of pounds on assorted capers and hedonism, and done — in the words of dapper frontman and prime mover Barry Ashworth, a ducking, diving South…

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Holiday Oscar

Just 18 months after releasing his debut single ‘Carousel’, East London troubadour Holiday Oscar is starting to make serious waves with his Dylan-esque folk infused story telling after catching the eye of country Amy Macdonald and supporting her on her UK tour 2017. With his barbs firmly pointed at the mundanity of first world life,…

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