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Summer by the River: TalentBanq
TalentBanq presents a line-up of some of the best independent, unsigned artists currently playing the London circuit.
"Astonishing" The Sun
“A magnificent and powerful voice” Suzanne Vega
Hollie has performed at Glastonbury, Boardmasters, Port Eliot, The Great Escape Festival 2017 and supported the likes of Suzanne Vega, Midge Ure, Paolo Nutini and Ben Howard.
Hollie's latest EP 'The Body To Ground' (released in 2017) was produced by four-time Grammy-nominated James McMillan and features Thomas Holder on double bass, with Mark Edwards (Katie Melua) on piano.
She’s been play-listed by Caffé Nero in all stores worldwide and her latest single was BBC Introducing's "Track Of The Day" in The South.
“Like Fleetwood Mac without the infighting, or Midlake without the indie hype, this Melbourne band know the value of a well-placed harmony and a cantering tune. A bit folky, a bit country, a bit slick pop, this is easy listening without being queasy listening.” * * * * Barry Divola, WHO Magazine
With their new wave indie folk/rock sound this independent and international band, hailing from Melbourne, Australia, has been building a solid underground buzz worldwide over the past 2 years.
Led by siblings Matty & Julia Gurry, Belle Roscoe has collaborated with globally renowned musicians including DJ producer Luuk Cox (Shameboy, Girls in Hawaii, Stromae, & MLCD), legendary US producer Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, The Shins, Father John Misty) & revered mastering engineer Greg Calbi (Alabama Shakes, Bon Iver, Tame Impala, The National, David Bowie, Lay Gaga).
Reno & Rome
Reno & Rome are a four-piece synth-pop band from Suffolk. They began decorating rock songs with glistening synths and melodic guitar hooks inspired by groove-based giants Prince and Level 42 along with the contemporary song writing style of Oasis and Fleetwood Mac.
Since 2016, the quartet has been honing their sound and accumulated a loyal fan base following support tours with The Feeling, The Hoosiers, and Amber Run and backing from BBC Introducing and backing from BBC Radio 2's Dermot O’Leary.