Office for Personal Development

Bexhill-on-Sea startup, Office for Personal Development have hosted headline seminars including at The Heavenly Social, secured prestigious slots at Truck, Tramlines and YNOT festivals, in addition to being live session guests for John Kennedy on Radio X, Additional radio support from Riley and Coe, Craig Charles and Chris Hawkins on BBC Radio 6 Music. Join the company and Off Axis at The Castle Hotel, MANCHESTER on 31 October 2024 in association with Bad Saint

Talking About Ray

Talking About Ray are a dynamic female fronted three-piece rock band hailing from the heart of Scotland. The trio consists of Sarah Monteith-Skelton, Ronan Guy and Reece Ryan and they draw inspiration from artists such as Wolf Alice, Black Honey, and Pale Waves

Keane Baldwin

Hailing from Nottingham but studying in Newcastle, Keane Baldwin is a self-taught pianist, heavily inspired by the legend Elton John. His debut EP, In Spite of Everything tells an autobiographical story of loss and grief, but with a twist of positivity, optimism and most importantly love.

Slow Flame

Slow Flame have enjoyed airplay thanks to BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio iand secured the coveted Artist of the Week spot in Scotland On Sunday. The duo is Joseph Hegazy and Glen Farris, who combine elements of electro, pop, rock, R’n’B and hip-hop. They recorded, produced and self-released their debut album Never Closer To The Sun last month, with launch gigs at Nice N Sleazy in GLASGOW on Wednesday 21 August 2024 followed by a slot at Sneaky Pete’s in EDINBURGH part of their Central Belters festival during Edinburgh Festival on Thursday 22 August 2024 both shows with PELOWSKA

Delicia

Delicia are an indie rock pop band from south east England they support The Worry People at The Coachworks, ASHFORD on Saturday 13 July 2024 alongside The Young Hearts

Drew Thomas

Emerging from Nottingham, now based in London, Drew Thomas has been championed by BBC Introducing one of their Top Ten most played artists), Amazing Radio, Spotify. Taking inspiration from noughties rock, Drew pens tales of rejection, sexuality, broken relationships and addiction. They support The Worry People at The Coachworks in ASHFORD on Saturday 13 July 2024 plus The Young Hearts