Ceiling Demons are an alternative art-rap band from rural northern England. Born out of bereavement and taking influence from artists such as The Streets, Joy Division, Tricky and Serengeti. Combining poetic wordplay from front men and twin brothers; Psy Ceiling and Dan Demon over cinematic instrumentals, Ceiling Demons aim to strike your heartstrings with their intense and chaotic performances touching on themes of love and loss. Art over entertainment, delivered with a punk philosophy. The Demons are strong advocates of addressing mental health issues in their art and have worked extensively with suicide prevention charities such as CALM to raise awareness and funds for a cause close to their hearts. They’ve also supported the likes of Young Fathers, Sleaford Mods and Busdriver among other favourites and are championed by Louder Than War and NARC Magazine in the UK for their passionate live shows. Their critically acclaimed album Nil has been released by two independent record labels since it first emerged in late 2017 with Win Big Records initially putting out the album on CD and cassette formats before DIY record label; Butterfly Effect re-issued the album as a beautiful limited vinyl in 2018 with profits going towards mental health charity - Men Tell Health.
They start 2019 by returning to their second home of Leeds, along with a special live art show/exhibit by the elusive Art Demon - the long-term artwork collaborator of the band and former Leeds inhabitant Tim Coomber aka We-advance
A pop/soul singer-songwriter from Glasgow that brings a unique take on pop music taking inspiration from the likes of Joss Stone, Carol King and Aretha Franklin. The 22-year-old is currently studying in Leeds, writing and recording for her upcoming EP, whilst sharing her incredible sound in venues all over the city. This singer has an unbelievable talent with an enormous voice that will not go unnoticed for long.
Unofficial - M.I
Alternative RnB artist M.I is back in London after making a name for herself in Leeds. Since being crowned winner on BBC One’s TV show ‘Pitch Battle’, alongside her vocal group ‘Leeds Contemporary Singers’, and performing with the likes of Will Young and Kelis, M.I has been perfecting her new sound and is now ready to take London and the nation by storm. Drawing influences from idols Willow Smith and Jhene Aiko, M.I has managed to create a sound true to herself, built around powerful lyrics. Her second single "Stand Up And Fight' is available on all platforms.
A Standard Model
A dysfunctional abstraction. Weakend punk and electromondaynity. London / Rio de Janeiro / Stoke-on-Trent.
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