New British Music
The King's Parade
They used to play on a Hawaiian cruise ship. No idea how to segue between that and them now playing on a national radio station in Britain, but they are.
Don't Love Yourself
Freelance musician, teacher and rather good songwriter. Vote him up the playlist to hear him on the radio next.
You Could've Been My Queen
"A musical storm is brewing," say Lower Loveday. We can't lend you an umbrella, but we can play their new song - IF you give it the votes.
Is Elias Kopp the protagonist in a 19th century novel? Possibly. But he's certainly a new songwriter from Brighton with pretty decent skills. Vote to hear him on the radio next.
The very Glaswegian, very well-coiffed and very talented Patersani have new music on Union JACK. Vote to hear it on the radio next.
Panic Like Tom
Cheeky, upbeat and fun. Not sure if any of them are called Tom. Vote them up to hear them on the radio next.
Stone Cold Classic
Seen here posing for the cover of that magazine your wife likes, AKA George is also a ruddy good singer. Vote him up the playlist to get him on the radio.
Twenty Eighth Club
They say they've got a catalogue of "foot-stomping, energetic music". We say not to listen when drinking tea. Might spill it.
Sunglasses-wearing rock Gods 'Erica' are very good at making noise. 'Human' is a particularly good bit of noise. Vote for it and it'll play on the radio.
Light Up The Dark
Ben from Side Project had heard Lucy Leeds before, but STILL agreed to have an interview. He's a brave bloke. Vote their song up the list to hear it next.
Take The Wheel And Drive
Tamsin Joanna is quite a long name to say on the radio, so we're delighted she took the stage name Tamsyjo. Vote for Take The Wheel And Drive to get it on the radio.
What's Going On?
This lot grew up together in Scotland, and now make music together. Still in Scotland. And playing to the nation if you vote them up the playlist.
Is permanating a word? We can't find it on Google and it has a red squiggly line when we type it. It's the name of Steven Wilson's new song. Vote to hear it on the radio next.
Lewis Poole is from Street. We've always wanted to meet someone from Street. What a place name. His song's not bad either. Your vote controls how much it plays on the radio.
We see you there, Dan Croll. You with your fashionable jackets and your hair from the 50s and your very good songwriting skills. Hey.
We're not the best at writing glowing reviews, so we're saying that these guys are 'pretty good' and 'not half bad at all'. Everywhere's a wonderful little pop song.
This is Josephine and Anthony. (He's the one with the beard.) Together, they've created a properly catchy pop song in Ultralife. Vote the London duo to the top of the playlist to hear them on the radio next.