Lotte Mullan, the critically acclaimed British singer songwriter from Suffolk, is back on tour, and releasing her debut album ‘Plain Jane’ in May. Check out the video for the first single ‘Would You Be So Kind’, released on her own label Raindog Records.
Prince Club (ex-MadKids) are two dj/producers from Montreal, Canada, who have attracted a certain amount of attention by releasing dual EP’s in less then a year and spinning at various clubs and festivals around the globe. Check out their 2011 re-issue of Snatch which I first heard on the Hot Biscuits music blog.
The Squatters – Oliver Portamento & Alex Powell – have been making waves in the UK as successful DJs, Promoters, Event Organisers & Producers. They take influences from Oldskool Hip Hop & Rave and then artfully fuse it with modern House, Electro & more experimental genres such as Dub Step, Drum n’ Bass & even Trance.
Check out Fluff and if you like what you hear, explore their SoundCloud and follow them on Twitter.
Alaina Beaton (Or “Porcelain Black”) has been described as sounding as if Marilyn Manson and Britney Spears had f*cked. My friend DJ 2AM and I got a chance to remix her new single “This is What Rock n Roll Looks like” featuring Lil Wayne.
Joan as Police Woman is Joan Wasser, a multi-instrumentalist who plays the violin, guitar and piano. Her fourth studio album, The Deep Field, is available for digital download, vinyl and CD from her website. Joan has collaborated with legendary musicians including Rufus Wainwright and Antony & the Johnsons. She has toured extensively throughout Europe and the United States and has received extraordinary critical acclaim for her three studio albums REAL LIFE, TO SURVIVE and a compilation of covers aptly titled COVER.