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The Flatmates were formed in 1985 in Bristol, UK, in the white heat of what has become known to historians as the ‘C86 movement’ or ‘The Scene In-Between’. Their simple aim was to make classic pop tunes which combine the cool and charm of The Ramones and The Ronettes. In the late 1980s they released five singles on guitarist Martin Whitehead’s Subway Organization label, all of which dented the UK indie charts of the day, two of them also reaching the hallowed ground of DJ John Peel’s annual listeners’ chart the Festive 50.

While contemporaries went on to find a degree of fame and fortune on major labels, The Flatmates stayed true to their DIY roots. They never record the classic album they knew was in them back then, although two collections of Flatmates material were released, Love and Death (1989) and Potpourri (Hits, Mixes and Demos ’85 – ’89 (2005).

In 2013 the band returned with a new line-up (including Swedish singer Lisa Bouvier), a new single (‘You Held My Heart’ on the Archdeacon Of Pop label), and a select run of UK gigs. This was followed in 2015 by a single on Italian label Astro Girl, featuring cover versions of songs by Prince and Cinerama, as well as a reissue of the Potpourri compilation, now available for the first time on (pink! double!) vinyl, issued by Cherry Red / Optic Nerve.

Since then they have continued to play live, including the Indie Daze all-dayer in London; The At The Edge Of The Sea festival in Brighton; The Indie Tracks festival in Derbyshire; Berlin Popfest; their first French tour; and also their first US tour, including a headline slot at NYC Popfest.

Live they have gone from strength to strength, a five-piece band with an onstage energy few can match, and while the classic tunes are still present and correct, they are matched by a clutch of potential new hits, material which the band have recorded for a new album, officially their debut, which will be released in 2018.

https://www.facebook.com/TheFlatmatesOfficial

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Songwriter, singer, multi-instrumentalist Dom Clark has been writing and playing music since 7 years old. Once described by Melody Maker as “like Portishead played by proper jazz musicians”  Dom’s songs incorporate a myriad of musical styles from folk to jazz all wrapped up in 3-4 minute old school pop sensibilities. His most recent album “The Amateur – For The Love Alone” has been featured on BBC Radio in both England and Northern Ireland.  Previous band The BDI’s enjoyed a 10 years career releasing several albums in Japan, a host of UK singles and were championed by the like of Robert Elms, Craig Charles and legendary  “Blues & Soul” journalist David Godin.

https://www.domclarkmusic.com

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Marlon Percy is a singer-songwriter and producer from London making and performing his own unique style of electronic music that blends jazzy keys, soulful vocals and chilled house vibes.

He’s already been featured on BBC Radio 1xtra, BBC Introducing, Seen Music and SBTV, and has recently had one of his collaborative projects, ‘Leaving’, released and promoted by The Vibe Guide.
?Marlon was featured on SBTV when the video for ‘Pay Your Way’, a single by FatLion Hi-Fi that was recorded at Redbull Studios and on which he’s the feature lead vocalist, was premiered by the channel. The same tune was selected by David Rodigan as the ‘Scorcher’ on his BBC Radio 1xtra show.

Marlon’s played at venues across London, Brighton and Bristol, as well at festivals throughout the country. Marlon’s about to drop his debut EP ‘The Little Things’, and is also working on multiple collaborative projects with producers Gold Top, FADED, Occult, Dariush Gould and BENJI.

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The Self-Titled are one of the UK’s most prolific rock & metal bands on the scene.

Since 2010 the band has played non stop with an impressive array of live shows already on its CV. They have played with bands such as Kobra And The Lotus (Gene Simmons Band), Breed 77, Forever Never, Zico Chain and Sarah Jezebel Deva, One Machine, Def Con One, just to name a few. Add to this some of the biggest festivals and Bike Rallies in Europe such as Bloodstock 2014 where the band headlined the New Blood Stage and The Bulldog Bash 25th Anniversary (UK Aug 2011) who they played alongside Status Quo, The Damned and Gun.The Self Titled has now played The Bulldog Bash 4 times including the 30th Anniversary in 2016.

They performed at MAG Farmyard Party and played main support at the BMF Biker Festival in September 2012. They have also played at the world famous Underworld in Camden Town Dec 2012, supporting the mighty Skreamer and was asked to perform at The World Zombie Day, London Oct 2013.

The Self Titled recorded their debut album ‘DEFACED’ at Anchorbaby Studios, Kent UK with producer Dan Lucas (Jairus) in Jan/Feb 2012. The anticipated album is on sale on various digital downloading sites such as Amazon and iTunes.

They also released in the Autumn of 2014 their EP single which consists of two tracks “Airlock” and War Of Attrition” in Nov 2014.

The band are currently working on their new album due late 2017 early 2018.

https://www.facebook.com/TheSelfTitled

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Northwest are an experimental pop band from London.
The group was formed in late 2015 when multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer Ignacio Simón and visual artist, composer and singer Mariuca García-Lomas moved from Spain to the UK. The artistic couple spent a year traveling around England and Scotland. Inspired by these trips, they started writing their debut album, which has been entirely written and recorded in less than a year while the duo locked up in a countryside house outside London.
The bands influences include Radiohead, Cocteau Twins, Debussy, Robert Wyatt, and Portishead.