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Born in Oxfordshire in 1994, Abi Farrell was raised on a female-driven musical intake ranging from Aretha Franklin to Eva Cassidy to Chaka Khan. Since she started writing songs aged 14, she has created impactful pop and soul songs that won’t leave your head, weaving together soulful vocals, explosive riffs and carefully crafted melodies. Alongside her History degree at the University of Birmingham, Abi spent her evenings performing on the city’s rich live circuit before moving to London in 2017 to focus on a career in music. Since then, Abi has graced stages at London’s prestigious Jazz Cafe, Troubadour and Camden Assembly, establishing a powerhouse band. Today, she is an independent artist launching herself into central London shows, with a talented collective of musicians. Abi’s debut single ‘Ivy’ (Piano Version) was released on August 10th 2018 and received its debut radio airplay from BBC Introducing in Oxford. Her debut EP will be released in Spring 2019.

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KTEE has been singing since the moment she spoke her first word and hasn’t stopped since. Countless hours of her childhood were spent in her tiny room in Maria Neustift (Austria), her home town. This is where she trained her voice on her own, relying only on her mother’s bulky red tape recorder.
Heavily influenced by her parents’ desire to see her with a degree that offered “proper career prospects” KTEEstudied at the University of Vienna where she continued working on her singing skills – this time without her tape recorder and not at all alone. She not only had voice coaches to help with voice training, but also roommates and neighbors to annoy with her “gugugus” and “nenenenes” in other words singing exercises. Once, her “understanding” neighbors even threatened to call the police for noise disturbance! – but she couldn’t and wouldn’t be stopped.
It wasn’t the university atmosphere, but her everlasting, internal yearning to sing that led her to move to Vienna. .
Shortly thereafter, she successfully qualified in a singing competition (The Voice), which can be viewed kind of the beginning of her career, since she got to know her present producer there.

After living abroad (Ireland), where she discovered her passtion for songwriting, the urge to really make it big in the music industry was stronger than ever before and the search for her musical identity started anew. “It took some time until I found my place in the world of music, but I never stopped following my dream and now I am more than happy to share who I am with the rest of the world.”

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Joe Carabine

Joe Carabine is new on the blocks with a unique vocal which lies somewhere between Alex Turner and Bob Dylan. He is hoping to turn heads his first ever releases in 2019. His attitude-packed, modern take on folk music is as thought-provoking as it is danceable. Be part of the journey.

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‘Ed Renshaw Award 2018’ Winner / ‘International Youth Arts Festival 2018: Best at the fest’ Winner / ‘BBC2 Young Folk Award 2016’ Semi-Finalist / Main Stage Opener at Carnival 56 Festival 2017

Singer songwriter from Holmfirth, England. Jack, in his young career, has already managed to build many accolades. By combining his Indie-Folk roots with clever guitar techniques, he has created a style likened to Paolo Nutini, John Mayer, Rex Orange County and David Gray amongst others.

After moving to London in Early 2017, Jack has been performing as a solo singer/guitarist at festivals and shows all over the UK and spent lots of time developing his sound and songwriting with a rekindled love with his electric guitar.

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Timmy Fisher is a singer-songwriter based in London, although originally hailing from the West Country. A trained choral singer and jazz guitarist, Timmy was brought up in the Jeff Buckley school of songwriting and brings a touch of all three influences into his live music. Watch out for his new EP due for release on all platforms in February.

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