Conscious Route is a rapper, poet, and singer-songwriter. Born in London, he grew up in Hertfordshire, near Cambridge, before moving to Edinburgh, where he is now based. Conscious Route founded the CCF movement (Conscious Collaboration Front), as well as holding the Conscious Collective events.
Lloyd Carlton Robinson exploded onto Edinburgh's spoken word scene in 2015 and has gone from strength to strength since then. He is the reigning Loud Poets Glasgow Slam Champion and he won the Edinburgh Uni LitSoc Slam in March 2016. He has been playing guitar since aged 15, and has combined his love of rock music with his poetry to create something fresh and new.
Jamie & Shoony don't mess around. They are an urban indie punk quartet that exhilarate audiences when ever they play their full throttle and exuberant live shows.
Their ballsy Scottish anthems have them making waves in Scotland and collecting a loyal fanbase.
Patersani are an Indie/Pop/Rock band based in Glasgow, Scotland, Formed and fronted by brothers Craig and Dave Paterson.
Having been playing together since childhood and now both in their mid twenties, brothers Craig and Dave Paterson put aside all other musical projects to write and record as Patersani.
With the addition of drummer Danny Harris and multi-instrumentalist Colin Orr, Patersani have a unique fusion of Rock, Pop and Blues which offers something energetic and instantly recognizable
David's piano skills have long been in demand across the UK and far beyond, touring with legendary instrumental players such as Leroy Jones (Harry Connick Jr.), Stan Sulzmann, Damon Brown, Steve Fishwick and Bobby Wellins. He has also accompanied some of the finest singers in the world, including Barbara Morrison, Carol Kidd, Tina May, Clare Martin, Todd Gordon and Jacqui Dankworth.
Sons of Scotland (SOS) are an award winning collective of like-minded people working hard to push Scottish hip-hop as far as possible. We are an independent publishing / collective run by Scottish emcee + producer Drew Devine (Werd) & Derek Stewart (Deeko).
Jack Hinks has recently gigged heavily throughout Edinburgh's 2016 Fringe Festival, performing in over 40 shows in such venues as: Tron Kirk, Storytelling Centre, Malones, The Cowshed, Pear Tree Gardens and many more, alongside being invited to play the main stage at Norfolk music festival, Eden Festival, T in The Park and more.
Working once again with producer Garry Boyle (Broken Records, Stanley Odd), Jack Hinks has recently returned with a new, refreshingly potent selection of songs around the themes of loss and the trials of youth, creating a broad array of sounds from singer-songwriter to alternative rock.