Best thing since Starks and Clark Wallabees…
- Alter ego of Valerie Perkins. Valley Girl has collaborated with DFA (amongst others). Signed to Sick Dog records, Valley Girl peddles a unique brand of electro-acoustic pop.
- New York indie rock group Vampire Weekend blend African music to Western Classical music - going as far to describe their sound as "Upper West Side Soweto".
- American songwriter, lyricist and arranger whose career has taken him from working with Grace Kelly and Brian Wilson to modern greats such as Joanna Newsom.
- Born in Belfast, George Ivan Morrison has went on to have a profound affect on popular music.
- For multiple artist releases
For multiple artist releases
- The shadowy yet critically-acclaimed Various Production have had everyone clambering over themselves to find out more about this elusive, media-shy duo.
- An enduring tale of rediscovery, Vashti Bunyan’s re-emergence within the world of music continues to capture the imaginations of musicians, fans and record collectors alike.
- Acclaimed by industry heavyweights Zane Lowe and XFM Radio, and fresh from tours with Bloc Party and The Prodigy, Vatican DC are Irish Steve on vocals, Daniel Lindegren on rhythm guitar, Chris Gentry
- Skewed electronica from the mind of Martin Wheeler.
- Genre bending Jersey four-piece mashing angular guitars, slick synths and grooving , clinking cowbells
- It’s a funny old game this thing we call rock and roll. As a completely self-indulgent career move you’d think those at the top would be the epitome of happiness.
- Female singer from Brighton. Tinkles the ivories whilst also indulging in a bit of harmonium. Signed on Too Pure.
- Vessels' music switches from post-rock sweeps to mathy beats, taking in shoegaze drifts and drones; it's complex yet catchy, engrossing yet strangely alien.
- US band who make deeply folk influenced music. Pastoral yet provocative, nothing is as it seems in the Vetiver universe. They once included a certain Devandra Banhart in their line up.
- As Vex'd, Jamie Teasdale and sometime collaborator Roly Porter have done much to expand the possibilities of dubstep.
- Swedish actor, screenwriter, and film director
- A raucous live act, London outfit Video Nasties have attracted a slew of fans with their off-kilter garage squall, coming on like a demented take on The Horrors' Nuggets love.
- rock n soul n blues n booze
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