Jerry Williams is a self-releasing unsigned 20 yr old Singer Songwriter/ Indy Pop Artist from Portsmouth. Fiercely supportive of her hometown and the burgeoning local music scene, Jerry is an artist who is in complete control of all aspects of her own career, from songwriting, scripting her visuals and her social interaction with her growing fan base, everything about Jerry is true to who she is as a person and performer.

‘Let’s Just Forget It’ (the 3rd EP released) has been awarded the Best Produced Release of the 2016 at The Unsigned Music Awards. The EP Co-Produced with Bristol Based Dan Brown (‘Massive Attack Co-writer, ‘Saturday Come Slow’, Michael Baker ‘Dust & Bone) shows the ever-evolving sound that Jerry wants her fans to experience.  She takes no real interest in trend following and produces the tracks the way she feels fits the story. The EP features the key single of the same name (video 125k views) and is the follow up to the Spotify globally supported track ‘Mother’ now approaching 3 million streams. Support from BBC Introducing & KCRW Kason Kramer, TV & Sync usage ‘Made In Chelsea’, ‘Scream’ (MTV) Drifters (E4) and all four videos on Sunday Brunch, BT TV and Toni & Guy.

Jerry’s narrative storytelling has caught the attention of some big songwriters and she has collaborated with Dan Carey (Sia, Miles Kane), Nick Atkinson (Gabrielle Aplin) Jim Duguid (Paulo Nutini, Alex Clare) & Slow Club.

Jerry’s first UK headline tour Sold out dates in London and Portsmouth was co-promoted by Live Nation & SJM. With a growing fan base across Europe following her Vanessa Carlton support, saw Jerry catching the eye of BST main Booker AEG’s Simon Jones who immediately booked her for BST Hyde Park Take That day. support slots inc LANY, Barnes Courtney, MAGIC, X&Y & Nathan Sykes National Tour.

With a Vevo DSCVR session filmed ready for release in Jan and three more tracks forthcoming from the EP, 2017 is already shaping up to be a great year for Jerry Williams.

Fresh On The Net  “Jerry Williams is like a female Alex Turner, in the best possible way.. If I were to put one word on Jerry Williams, it would be refreshing. Refreshing in every way. Wonderful, soulful, colourful refreshing organic music, full of life, full of excitement, untarnished and in the raw.”

ROTD  “Start chasing Jerry Williams if you’re serious about finding a platinum-selling album star with mainstream appeal”.


 Hunter & The Bear are one of the UK’s most exciting new bands and pioneers of a long anticipated resurgence of rock & roll. Their combination of melodic sensibility with riff-laden tunes represents the very best of guitar-driven music today. From quality airtime on BBC and national commercial radio, to an unbeatable slotsupporting Eric Clapton on his recent arena tour, the band’s deft employment of hard rock riffs and melodic song-craft has seen them championed by some of the biggest names of the rock and roll canon. Consistently on the road, this magnetic four piece generate a momentous buzz wherever they are touring, performing at increasingly bigger venues and festivals throughout the UK, Europe and beyond. With extensive live dates coming up, new music in the pipeline, escalating media exposure and high profile awardnominations, Hunter & The Bear are the ultimate ‘ones to watch’.


21-year-old British/Zimbabwean singer-songwriter Kelvin Jones has revealed the video for the track ‘Rollercoaster’, which features him busking on a London street, in a nod to many of the impromptu performances he did around Europe this summer.

The track features on his recent ‘As You Wake Up’ EP and will be one of the bonus tracks on the new deluxe version of his debut album Stop The Moment, to be released on January 13th via Sony / Epic.

The charismatic musician’s previous singles have been championed on BBC Radio 2, where Kelvin will be making a special appearance live on Christmas Day on Clare Balding’s show, to millions of listeners across the country. ‘Closer’ lit up the station’s airwaves this summer as an A-List record while ‘Call You Home’ featured on the B-List in the spring.

To date, Kelvin has accrued over 44 million streams worldwide, with fans across the globe connecting with the Stevenage star in their droves. Kelvin recently completed his sold-out headline tour of mainland Europe – where he is fast becoming a major star – packing out shows in France, Holland, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland and Austria, before also completely selling out the Camden Assembly in London for his first ever UK headline show.

The US are also waking up to Kelvin, where he has recently landed a huge nationwide advertising campaign featuring ‘Call You Home’, of which more details will be announced very soon. He has also just played his first ever shows in the country, with headline dates in both LA and New York.


INTRODUCING Jazz Morley, a Bournemouth based singer songwriter making waves with her beautiful soul influenced electronica.

Her first public performance was at a mere 4 years old, and she hasn’t stopped since. Since the age of 18 Jazz has worked as a full time musician, using the piano as her writing tool and taking inspiration from early influences such as Whitney Houston and Gladys Knight to her contemporaries including Jessie Ware, Lapsley, Shura and Christine and The Queens.

Jazz describes songwriting as a form of therapy and has managed to overcome many emotional difficulties by writing about them. Having grown up by the sea, Jazz now can’t stay away, explaining that it has a strong magnetic pull and gives her a huge sense of freedom.

Jazz has amassed a loyal fan base by playing her music across the length and breadth of the UK, supporting artists including Kwabs, Gabrielle Aplin and Rae Morris and playing festivals including Isle Of Wight and The Great Escape. In Mid 2015, Jazz decided to take time away from the stage to focus on developing her sound and her growing passion for electronic music. This led to a working relationship with prolific artist and producer Draper, who had recently finished working with Lapsley on her breakthrough single ‘Falling Short’. With a shared passion for writing and performing, they were able to develop Jazz’s music in a way that truly reflects the artist she has become.

Their first collaboration was Jazz’s last release ‘Bad Love’- a soulful and moody nod to the complexities of new love.  Originally a song written by Jazz for voice and piano, Draper used his production skills to shape it into a sultry alternative love song, giving it the gravitas to stand confidently alongside Jazz’s contemporaries. Second single, ‘Take Me Down‘ also created with Draper, welcomed praise from ‘BBC Introducing’, ‘Amazing Radio’, ‘NYLON’, ‘ELLE’BitCandy’ and ‘Indietronica’ to name a few, with blogs from around the world pushing the tracks both into the top 5 on the Hype Machine. Spotify and Apple Music also showed their support with both tracks going straight onto Apple Music’s playlist ‘The A List: Singer/Song Writer’ and ‘Best Of The Week‘ with Spotify’s HUGE ‘New Music Friday’ playlists among others which helped amass over 1 Million streams on Spotify alone.

Nylon Magazine – “Reminiscent of soulful singers like Foy Vance and Låpsley, Morley is one artist you shouldn’t have to go through life without listening to.”

Elle Magazine – “We fell in love with Jazz Morley’s smooth-as-silk voice…You’re going to want to add the track [Take Me Down] to all your summer playlists immediately”

Time Out London – “Haunting and soulful singer songwriter”



Pop-writing sensation in waiting Sody is soon to be the name on everybody’s lips. At just 16 years old, Sody (real name Sophie Dyson) recently unleashed her debut EP ‘Youth’ to much acclaim online. One blog, Press Play OK named her one of their “favourite new artists this year”, while another, We Plug Good Music claimed the youngster is “poised to be this generation’s new voice of pop”.

The EP’s lead track ‘Sorry’ garnered initial attention in April earlier this year when it first aired on BBC Radio London’s ‘Introducing’ show. Tastemaker blog When the Gramophone Rings called it “a beaut of a debut single.. an amazing entrance”, and it wasn’t long before it was featured on Apple Music‘s Best of the Week playlist and Popjustice‘s New Music Friday on Spotify.

On the second EP track, Sody teamed up with fellow rising star Martin Luke Brown for powerful collaboration ‘Wasted Youth’. Accompanied by a “stunningly sensitive” video that premiered on The 405, bloggers continued to rave about Sody’s sophisticated writing style and masterful vocals.

Celebrated with a packed-out launch show at The Forge in Camden, Sody’s debut EP is a remarkable achievement, yet it’s still only the beginning for this London-based singer-songwriter. During school holidays, Sody has been across the pond working with some exciting names in Los Angeles as well as collaborating with some more homegrown talent, such as Prides.

September saw continued support from BBC introducing with Sody as their featured artist of the week. Gary Crowley gave a “Violet World” from her EP  a spin.

Recently signed to UPMG Publishing, catch her now before she blows up – as Wonderland Magazine says – she has “a long and bright future ahead”.



Born in Paris, France, to a Vietnamese father and a French mother, Tom grew up watching his father play the guitar and sing. Like most children, he emulated his father and picked up the guitar. At the tender age 8, Tom along with his mother, stepfather and sister moved from Paris and relocated to Connecticut, where the musical landscape of the U.S. was very impactful. “Moving to America definitely played a role in my taste in music. At the time, I discovered a lot of American RnB& Hip Hop. Some of the tracks I’m currently working on is a throwback so-to-speak to who I was listening to at the time.”
13, a number apparently ‘unlucky’ for some, was the age Tom discovered his dulcet tones. A naturally gifted singer-songwriter and producer, Tom also plays the bass and keys – all self-taught. This bi-lingual creative force cites his creative influencers as D’Angelo, Prince and Stevie Wonder and on his debut track ‘Voodoo Woman’ from his forthcoming EP, Tom plays homage to a D’Angelo classic. His wish-list of fellow musicians he’d like to collaborate with – past and present – reads like a who’s who in music. Artists like Nick Hakim, Kendrick Lamar, Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix &Prince are all held in the highest esteem for this young artist. Summer 2016, will be spent putting the finishing touches to tracks and releasing his much-anticipated debut EP. Between studio sessions, Tom can be found honing his live performance skills at some of London’s best open-mic spots and showcases.


HOST: Mark Sutherland (Editor of Music Week)


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