are an Indie-pop 5 piece from North Wales who's incandescent, melodic songs take the intimate heartbreak of Elliott Smith and embellish with the golden harmonies of The Beach Boys mixed with subtle hints of their personal love for post-rock and the mid 90’s emo scene. At times getting you up off your chairs in a passionate rage, at others just to dance but always filled with hope.
Ennio the Little Brother
Tucked away up in North Wales, a remarkable lyricist and self-taught producer blended soulful dream pop with homemade hip-hop to create a unique soundscape. He achieved this in his parent’s attic, culturally mining his fervent imagination and hand-me-down records to craft multilayered songs that invite us to view life through his DIY kaleidoscope.
His debut single — ‘Bunk Beds’ was featured on Cerys Matthew’s Sunday Morning BBC Radio 6 show. He was also featured on Tom Robinson’s Introducing playlist, and interviewed for Bethan Elfyn’s ‘Introducing Artist of the Week’ segment.
Ennio approaches live performance with joyous ingenuity, delivering an entirely new vibe to his studio incarnations by stripping back the many layers of instrumentation to the core via his soft guitar tone whilst triggering samples on a drum machine.
2018 saw Ennio step up his volume of gigging, learning intricate ways to master his sound on every outing. A notable performance was at the beautiful St. Mary’s Church in Chester; in a typical beguiling performance, his soft-jazz guitar loops and provocative vocals reverberated around the spectacular stone building to a captive audience.
In February 2019, Ennio will be embarking on a UK tour for the release of his forthcoming single —
are a Leeds based band that formed in 2012. The group is a four piece that draw ideas from all corners of music and consists of two guitars, Finlay Vallance and Tom Cranston — on vocals, boomin bass Bendalow, Matthew Edmunds and the undisputed king of rhythm Max Lord.
Through playing together for four years Jabbawoki have developed a unique sound which encompass' elements of rap, indie and jazz. After all how many guitar bands incorporate West coast hip hop into their sets?
Artists such as Morcheeba, Kendrick Lamar, Arctic monkeys and Average White band have heavily influenced the band and given them a thirst to perform.
'Jabbawoki are a lovechild of Ratboy and Arctic Monkeys, with funk undertones.' — Sounds of an Eccentric