Fear of Marko
FEAR OF MARKO is the electronic pop/rock project lead by singer/songwriter MARKO (Marcus Connolly). Hailing from Manchester (UK) and being of Afro-Caribbean, Irish, Scottish and Pakistani descent, FEAR OF MARKO has been described by Bittersweet Press as the 'typical e-boy next door’. Pairing brooding lyricisms exploring self destruction and toxic relationships with frazzled alt-pop sensibilities.
Werking Thems Club
Five, gender-bending, queers who offer up a selection of flavours including jazz, disco, psych, electronic and much more. If you enjoy the likes of Stereolab, Metronomy and LCD Soundsystem - you’re sure to love Werking Them’s Club.
Sinead Una is a singer-songwriter whose bittersweet folk-pop sound and lyricism has been compared to the likes of Angel Olsen, Adrianne Lenker (of Big Thief), and Karen Dalton. A recent live recording of her upcoming single 'Wild Side' was described by Dead Basic Studios as 'the first time members of our hand-picked audience actively shushed each other'.
Meet Will Walton, a non-binary neurodivergent sadgirl from Manchester singing unflinchingly honest songs about life, love, queerness and the constant war inside - usually in smudged eyeliner and short-shorts. Following her debut solo EP "selfhelpsongs" in 2018, Will spent the following years focused on other projects and bands, before returning to their solo career in 2023 with a new batch of songs for an as yet unannounced project, influenced by the works of The Gaslight Anthem, dodie, The National and Phoebe Bridgers.