Angelle is a singer songwriter from London, England. She started writing songs at a very early age being inspired by teen queens Avril Lavigne and, later on, Taylor Swift.
Her genre has been described as ‘urban pop rock’. Her delicate and winsome vocals would suit fans of Kirsty MacColl and Sixpence None The Richer.
‘Mistaken’ is her debut track, and she is curently working on an EP.
Towards the end of 2016 Angelle signed with an independent label, CO Records.
'Daydreams' 'My My'
Michael Bush is a singer songwriter from South Wales, armed with a guitar and a collection of melodic songs, written with people in mind.
He was influenced at a very young age by Britpop in the mid 90s, with bands such as Oasis and Blur capturing his imagination. It was their influence that made him pick up a guitar at the age of 14 and learn to play. He then started songwriting a couple of years later, but lacking confidence didn’t start performing until many years later in his mid 20s.
Michael’s singing/songwriting, and his guitar playing especially, has been heavily influenced by the likes of Neil Young, John Lennon and Bob Dylan.
He wants to keep writing songs and making music and considers it a bonus if people get to hear and like what he does.
THE ALMIGHTY MAN BAND
Taking its name from The Temptations' song “Law of the Land”, The Almighty Man Band is the musical moniker and stage name of Cardiff musician and singer/songwriter Richard Davies.
Supported by a collection of assorted musicians his music and sound draws on influences ranging from Buffalo Springfield/Neil Young through to Led Zeppelin and Bruce Springsteen.
The album “Close Enough to Touch” was released in 2015 and evokes memories of lost summer nights, heartbreak and road-trips.
The track ‘Turn Out The Lights’ is from the aforementioned album.
This track is not PP&P's usual genre being a folksy/country track but it’s had great feedback from presenters such as Adam Walton on BBC Radio Wales: “everything I’ve heard is excellent”; and also reviewers such as on ReverbRoom (a musician himself) who described the track as “balanced, warm and rich and a song that envelops you with it's relaxed folky vibes making you just want to play it time and time again.”
'Mistaken' 'What You Do'
'Turn Out The Lights'
Rhys Davis is a young singer songwriter from Blackwood in South Wales.
Taking inspiration from a variety of artists and bands such as The Police, Jeff Buckley, Ben Howard, John Mayer, and more recent acts such as Catfish & The Bottlemen and The 1975, he has created a distinctive sound using strong hooks, spacious guitar tones and vocal harmonies.
Rhys is a past student of The Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford from where he graduated in 2016 with a BMus Honours Degree in Guitar and Voice.
His latest single, the super summery and catchy ‘The Light’ (from forthcoming EP 'Chasing Light') is being released on 28th July, 2017.
'Is This The Reason' 'Dance Into The Light'
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