Amy Montgomery is an Irish native and is based out of Belfast. The first thing that grabs your attention about this Irish songstress (apart from the Bohemian look) is her raw and beautiful voice honed from relentless busking across her homeland. At just 20 years of age, she is already a musical force of nature, performing with great intensity on both guitar and keyboards.
ARBORIST are a Belfast-based band who have released 2 critically acclaimed LPs (MOJO ★★★★, The Guardian ★★★★, UNCUT 8/10) including a single featuring Kim Deal (The Breeders, Pixies).
Brand New Friend are an exhilarating indie pop brother-and-sister-fronted foursome from Castlerock, Northern Ireland.
Ciaran Lavery is an award winning and multi-nominated singer and songwriter from the north of Ireland. He lives with his semi-sighted dog, Hugo in Aghagallon, County Antrim.
Ever see 'at there ginger wee lad that sings in the town? Aye him.
Dani Larkin is a singer-songwriter and folk musician from the Armagh-Monaghan border. Her songs are inspired by the folk tales she was raised with and blend elements of melodies and rhythms from around the world in a seamless and timeless tradition.
Dena is an Egyptian neo soul hip hop artist based in Belfast.
By nature Duke Special is a curious person. He is curious about theatre, books, music, poetry, art, love, life, redemption, death, 78RPM records and most recently, gardening! All of this is evidenced by the variety of musical adventures throughout his career.
Delivering stripped-back, introspective indie rock with a bright melancholy and garnering comparisons to arresting songwriters such as Cat Power, Karen Dalton, and Laura Marling, Jealous of the Birds is the solo project of Irish singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Naomi Hamilton.
Joshua Burnside (born 11 July 1989) is a Northern Irish folk singer-songwriter based in Belfast. His music incorporates elements of Irish folk, rock, Americana, world music and electronica. His debut album Ephrata was written in Colombia and incorporates Cumbian rhythms, as well as Colombian-inspired lyrical themes referencing the likes of Jaime Garz&ampoacuten. Ephrata was awarded the Northern Ireland Music Prize Best Album award in 2017.
Belfast based rapper for Banjaxed Records
Although they both hail from Ireland (Oisin from Navan, and Mark from Omagh), The Lost Brothers didn’t meet until they both lived in Liverpool, where their old bands were based in the early noughties. Mark played lead guitar in The Basement (Deltasonic Records) while Oisin sang and played guitar in The 747s (Island Records).
Over the last few years, Malojian has released several stunning solo albums, along the way collaborating with musical legends including Steve Albini, Joey Waronker, Gerry Love, Jon Thorne and more ...
Manukahunney was formed in 2012 by soul singer Siobhan Brown and with a growing following, Manukahunney have become one of Northern Ireland's best live soul bands with a reputation for creating that authentic and irresistible live soul vibes that has become synonymous with every performance.
Belfast based musician Myles McCormack occupies a very special place within the Irish music community. Beyond his work with innovative trad/fusion group Lonesome George, Myles crafts careful, considered tales under his own name.
Neil Martin is a composer from Belfast whose work has been performed across the world from Ground Zero to Mostar Bridge and the Royal Albert Hall, as well as being played on the International Space Station.
New Pagans create music that is vivid and engaged. The songs have massive riffs and rare dynamics. The lyrics are ready to start conversations and challenge the given ideas. Every release is a throwdown, a provocation, an education.
No Oil Paintings are a vivacious, dynamic alternative-folk band from Belfast. Using typical folk instrumentation and four-part harmonies they produce music that’s a little wilder than what is often associated with the genre. The band switch and share vocal leads, each member playing to their own strengths and bringing their own style to the songs they shepherd. Expect to hear everything from swampy blues rock to straight-up country waltzes.
Rebekah Fitch is an artist who combines her love of melody with thought-provoking poetry; powerful vocals with transparency and vulnerability; and constant wonder with enigmatic visuals. The power of music is in its ability to carry a message, and this is exactly what Rebekah does. In a rapidly transforming world, she challenges listeners to stop and think for themselves, finding where they stand before being swept away in the chaos.
Possessing the haunting bleakness of Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, the exploratory musical sensibility of Wilco and the lyrical beauty of Nick Cave, the music of Robyn G Shiels somehow still manages to stake out a territory all of its own.
ROE is 19-year-old multi-instrumentalist from Derry (Ireland), Roisin Donald. Laying down her unique brand of self-styled “Grumpy Electro-Pop”, she has been blazing a trail for young female indie artists across Ireland, UK, Europe and beyond.
Derry-born Ruth McGinley quickly became a young star of classical music when she won the piano final of the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition in 1994
Sasha Samara is a new voice in the Northern Irish scene, bringing a fresh vision of folk-tinged pop that is honest and insightful.
Hailing from Belfast in Northern Ireland, Scott Flanigan is one of the foremost keyboard players on the Irish jazz scene. He performs regularly across the United Kingdom, Ireland, France and Germany, and has recently performed with Van Morrison, the Ulster Orchestra, Larry Coryell, Jean Toussaint, Jim Mullen and Linley Hamilton. As a leader, Scott successfully tours his own contemporary piano trio, as well as a hard-swinging organ quartet.
TOUTS are a three piece band from Derry, Ireland. A singer that can't sing, a mod that can't play bass and a drummer that can't see.
Take a moment to consider sleepless nights, the road not taken. Travis is a Tourist explores the thoughts closest to him, drawing on experiences from his youth, admittedly not that long ago - delivered with a gentle swagger and an unforgettable voice.
Visual Waste is a Belfast Based Graffiti Artist who’s Street Art pieces can be found throughout Belfast, Ireland, United Kingdom, Europe and America. He has been working with Brands, Business’s, Agenices and Communities for over 10 years delivering bespoke projects to a diverse range of clients.