Tibetan Night Terrors is the sound of moreishly tropical disco grooves from Ben, Caitlin, Matthew, Owen and Marco.
Their sound is the same as their ethos- upbeat, chirpy, stompy, constant- and always getting quirkier.
Their adventure has led them to sold out live shows in Norwich and London, with support for signed touring acts like Prides, Fatherson and Frankie and the Heartstrings. Their single, “The Act of Physical Lovemaking” was also featured by BBC One’s Huw Stephens.
“An ominous-sounding piece of death star dance action” Steve Lamacq on OK MAYBE OK
BBC 6 Music Round Table winners Mega Emotion are two girls drumming over a sequenced beat and a guy screaming his guts up. “Part Pixies noise-fest, part 80s synth sunset” (The 405).
Norwich trio Mega Emotion is made up of Iain on guitar, Lisa and Jan on keyboards; all of them sing and play drums / percussion over electronic beats. Iain describes their sound as “an alternative soundtrack to the film Tron.” Since forming, Mega Emotion have won Steve Lamacq’s Roundtable on BBC 6 Music, seen their demo material play-listed as a 6 Music Recommends track of the week, and been championed on XFM and by BBC Introducing.
“Pop’s newest troublemakers are here.” – NYLON
“Like dropping a berocca in a can of coke… a pop explosion impossible to contain.” – DIY
“Their punk-edged synth pop swiftly causing a stir online.” – CLASH
Cherryade are London based duo Ella and Alex, originally from Norwich. Described as “schoolyard pop… at it’s most rebellious” by NYLON, the duo have received support from the likes of Radio 1, Spotify’s New Music Friday, Apple Music, Wonderland Magazine and more.