Gypsyfingers are an ethereal folk-rock and pop band founded by Victoria and Luke Oldfield (son of Mike Oldfield), two artists whose influences contradict in a way which only highlights each element. Victoria's classical training and love of dance music fuses with Luke's folk and rock background to create a fresh sound of their own lauded by R2 Magazine as "trip-hop and folk-influenced ethereal pop that delightfully doesn't fit into any existing musical pigeonhole".
The Blood Choir is a unique amalgam of elements: arena rock, Norwegian style ambience, noise-pop, metal, and emotive singer-songwriter ..." The band, consisting of Robin Maddicott and Joe Mountain, are originally from Bristol, England, but are now based between the UK and Denmark.
The Blood Choir returned to the studio in early 2013 with producers Tom Dalgety (Pixies, Opeth) & Jon Walker (Arcane Roots, The Heavy) to begin work on the follow up to No Windows To The Old World. Their second album, Houses of the Sun, is due for release in June 2018.
Founded by long-term song writing duo Chris Hoar and Marcel Rose, After Aura combine quality song-craftsmanship with a big, distinctive live sound, which can also be incredibly intimate and tender comprising of beautiful three part harmonies.
With the now regular six-piece line-up featuring Jer Rosier (former touring guitarist for Midge Ure) After Aura have been playing stages such as Alexandra Palace London, and the main stages at Salisbury City Hall and the Village Pump festival, and have supported acts such as Police Dog Hogan, K-Passa and The Little Unsaid.