SRA Class of 2020 – Joy Crookes

 Over the past year, Joy Crookes’ introspective songwriting has been picked up by the SRA music network alongside press heavy weights like Vogue and The Guardian. Crookes released two EPs in 2019 – Perception and Reminiscence – both of which exploring themes ranging from belonging to outgrowing relationships, with tracks like London Mine and Don’t… read more

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