SRA Class of 2020 – Inhaler

Inhaler, the four-piece the school-boy-band sensation hailing from Dublin, who have combined grungy riffs with melodic psychedelic synths, are a great addition to the SRA class of 2020. After the release of their first studio single, ‘It Won’t Always Be Like This’, in March this year they’ve gone on to perform with Blossoms and Noel… read more

SRA Class of 2020 – Joesef

With his sudden appearance in the music world and ethereal, almost beautifully androgynous vocals, Joesef is definitely the mysterious and intriguing voice of the SRA Class of 2020. The honest simplicity behind Joesef’s work is perfectly demonstrated by the short bio that can be found on his Spotify and Facebook pages: “written, recorded and produced… read more

SRA Class of 2020 – Kudu Blue

We are absolutely buzzing to introduce Brighton-based, electronic 4-piece Kudu Blue as part of our SRA Class of 2020! Their latest single ‘Somebody To’ sets the band up to be one of the most important and exciting artists in dance music today.  After meeting over four years ago through a mutual love of music, Tom,… read more

SRA Class of 2020 – Prospa

Storming onto the scene at the start of the year with Prayer, Prospa had to make it on to the SRA Class of 2020. Producing banger after banger and consistently releasing new music, the Leeds based duo have gained support from Annie Mac, Monki and Pete Tong among others, Prospa, Harvey Blumler and Gosha Smith,… read more

SRA Class of 2020 – Maisie Peters

From uploading her music onto her YouTube channel at 15, to having four million monthly listeners on Spotify just four years later, Brighton’s Maisie Peters is already making waves and is definitely one to watch this year. The self-proclaimed ‘First Lady of emo girl pop’ has a unique versatility in the way she can seamlessly… read more

SRA Class of 2020 – Squid

It’s difficult to pin down just how to describe Squid’s unique sound. In an interview with NME, Squid described their sound as “Coronation Street theme tune played on flutes by angry children.” Their experimental and eclectic mix of post-punk, alternative, ambient funk is what sets them apart from the rest. We warmly welcome them to… read more

Wilderness Festival 2019

Review by Mariella Bevan from URY! It would be hard to find a festival more aptly named than Wilderness. In its ninth year, people are starting to catch on to this hidden wonder — tucked away in Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire, festival goers are treated to a weekend of endless activities, high quality food, and of course,… read more