Folk


Annie Drury

Born in 1992 and raised in Keighley, West Yorkshire, singer-songwriter Annie Drury has been performing and writing since a young age, when it was already evident to all around that music was her obsession. She was born into a musical family from an Irish folk background. Her father, a singer/songwriter and her late Grandfather was a well known flautist in the London/Irish music scene from the late 1940's . Both have been strong inspirational figures during Annie's early years.

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Katie Ferrara

Acoustic-Pop singer Katie Ferrara did not launch her music career in her own country but actually in London, England. Upon finishing her psychology degree from Pitzer College in 2010, Katie left California to live in the UK for an undetermined amount of time. A month after arriving in London, she landed a job as a barista at Starbucks and played her original songs at open at open mics in her spare time. Katie then met Jonathan Guillaumat, a London based music producer at a local guitar shop called Wunjo Guitars.

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Antonia Vai

Antonia Vai is a 25-year old singer/songwriter from Sweden, well-established on the music scene of Stockhom, but currently living in Budapest. The live band consists of her and guitarist/songwriter/producer Felix Gröndahl, who joined Antonia permanently in 2012, after many years of playing and experimenting together.

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Wilsen

Influenced by the likes of Austra, Nick Drake and Cat Power, New York-based Wilsen blend contemporary folk songs with ethereal, electric arrangements to create a full intricate sound tagged "dream folk".

Wilsen self-released their debut mini-album 'Sirens' in the summer of 2012. Their debut single 'Anahita' was released in February 2013. Recent single 'Dusk' was released in the summer 2013. It came backed by a cover of Grimes' 'Oblivion' as the b-side.

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Jessi Robertson

Robertson’s voice is arresting, both worldly-wise and artless, effortlessly floating over whiskey soaked songs washed with blues and country influences.

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The Baron Sisters

Kimmy and Kelsie Baron (aka The Baron Sisters) are a sibling duo from South Florida that have mastered the ability to create the organic sound of innocence and youth through the eyes of old souls.

The girls have been singing together ever since they can remember. With a natural talent for writing catchy melodies, and the ability to engage their audiences with honest, relatable songs, this charming duo delivers sincere songs with distinctive instrumentation and remarkable harmonies.

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Kal Lavelle

Kal Lavelle is an Irish born singer songwriter now living in London. Her songs are instantly captivating, with a voice that Alex Zane (Channel 4) praised as simply "beautiful".

Kal began playing guitar after winning a £1000 in a Mars Bar when she was 10 yrs old. With the money, she bought her mother a washing machine and for herself, her first guitar.

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Kyle Megginson

Kyle Matthew Megginson was born June 11, 1981 and raised in a humble northeast town, where his passion for music took its root.  His first music player was an old beat-up 8-track that be bought for $10 at a garage sale at 9 yrs old.  He immersed himself in legends like The Eagles, Elvis, The Beatles, and The Beach Boys.  In his later youth, he spent hours in the basement, playing and  listening to bands like Bob Marley, Dave Matthews, and Jack Johnson.  

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Bess Rogers

Brooklyn-based indie artist Bess Rogers has had a lifetime fascination with evolution. But it wasn't until 4 years of nonstop touring and three independent releases that the science of life began to creep its way into her songs. Her new record, aptly titled Out Of The Ocean, is a bold step forward for Rogers, and one that she has been eager to take.

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Hannah Winkler

I’m Hannah. As far back as I can remember, music has been with me. When I was young, in Bethesda, Maryland, I took classical piano lessons, wrote poetry, sang in all the choirs I could enter, performed in musical theater, and composed songs about fireflies and aliens with my best friends. You’d probably have found me sprawled on the floor with my ear pressed against a boom box listening to Rent, Joni, Beach Boys, Nickel Creek, or the Beatles—soaking in anything with lush vocal harmonies.

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