Rachel Myall

Melancholy folk pop singer-songwriter, Rachel combines wistful vocals with guitar, strings, piano and percussion to tell lyrical tales of love and loss. Q Magazine has called Rachel’s music “beautifully emotional”.

Influenced by a diverse range of artists from Bob Dylan and Tim Buckley to Laura Marling and Florence and the Machine, with a bit of Dolly Parton and Emmy-Lou Harris thrown in. That’s not to forget The Smiths of course, the absolute masters of melancholy.

Stick Up Boys

The Stick Up Boys specialise in electronic pop music. Influenced by modern EDM, electronica and 80s pop, they’ve been called the “new sound of urban pop music”. They are talented writers, performers, producers, vocalists and multi-instrumentalists.

Recent career highlights include a CD holding No 1 spot in the Producer Loops chart; an advertising campaign for food retailer Itsu; their song ‘Trouble’ featuring in the independent UK film ‘POV’; collaboration with French conceptual artist Francois Vautier.

Phil Saatchi

Session musician, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and Producer. Phil was formerly signed as a solo artist to A&M Records and supported Joan Armatrading and Level 42 on their world tours.

He has collaborated with the likes of Pink Floyd guitarist/frontman Dave Gilmour, legendary Roxy Music guitarist Phil Manzanera and Sam Brown who he worked with on her hit single ‘Stop’. Phil is a graduate of Goldsmith’s and a winner of the 2012 ‘John Lennon Song Writing Competition’.