Byebyefish is a French artist from Puteaux near Paris. Born in 1981, he started to compose piano short songs inspired by classical Masters as Claude Debussy or Erik Satie and by musicians like Yann Tiersen in the early 2000's. Some other piano-vocal songs followed from 2007.
Greetings BBS radio!
I am contacting you on behalf of my band Heavy Light to see if our music jives with your radio station. We are a Central Oregon based band that is independently managed, produced and recorded. Our music is a mixture of synthy ambient rock with a folkish flare. We pride ourselves in our potent lyrics, dreamy synths and unconventional songwriting. Similar bands include Manchester Orchestra, Noah Gundersen, River Whyless, Typhoon, and Death Cab for Cutie.
Thank you for considering Heavy Light for airplay on BBS radio!
Clare Kelly is an indie alt-folk/pop solo artist from Leeds who haunts and captivates with her powerful vocal and honest lyrics. Having fronted numerous bands, Clare embarked on an independent DIY tour across the UK, USA and Australia following the release of her debut EP ‘Elusive Yusef’. Her songs, including ‘Citrus Kisses’ and ‘Less Alone’, have been featured on BBC Introducing and Made in Leeds. She has performed in session with BBC Introducing and Yorkshire Music Collective earlier this year, promoting exciting new material from her adventures overseas.
Oleathia “Butta B-Rocka” Robinson is a highly versatile and internationally acclaimed artist and musician. Her career includes work as an actress, composer, and model. She’s also the best-selling author of "Fear of Failure", a playwright” I Cheated So What”, Editor-in-Chief (for Defiant Ones Teen Magazine) and is the CEO and founder of the 501c3 non-profit "Artists Rock the MIC Foundation". Oleathia “Butta B-Rocka” Robinson has been diligently putting in work across all markets and borders.
The Legendary Ten Seconds, August 2019
The Legendary Ten Seconds started off as the solo music project of Ian Churchward during the time when he was the lead guitar player of The Morrisons who were featured on John Peel's radio one show back in 1987. In 2013 Lord Zarquon joined Ian's music project and since then the line up has gradually expanded and various guest musician's and vocalists have helped out in the recording studio.