SRA Class of 2019 – Rosalia

Rosalia is a phenomenon and could be Latin Music’s best artist yet in it’s ongoing domination of the pop world. We’re proud to celebrate the diversity and excitement of the genre by including Rosalia on our SRA Class of 2019. She’s already been nominated for 5 Latin Grammy’s from her debut album El Mal Querer,… read more

SRA Class of 2019 – The Snuts

Keeping Glasgow at arm’s length, the Snuts have created their own scene. Based in Lothian, the Snuts create infectious guitar-based indie music, citing greats such as Oasis, Kings of Leon and the Arctic Monkeys as key influences. After first releasing a demo EP the Snuts have followed up with hard-hitting singles this year such ‘Seasons’… read more

SRA Class of 2019 – Ezra Collective

It’s been a good year for UK jazz and in turn a good year for Ezra Collective. Dropping their incredibly polished second EP, ‘Juan Pablo: The Philosopher’, in October, this London-based five-piece flaunts their technical skill as well as their soulful and playful sound throughout its 24-minute runtime. Fusing a timeless jazz sound with afrobeat… read more

SRA Class of 2019 – Easy Life

With blends of jazz, electro and indie genres, Easy Life stormed their way through 2018, picking up more listeners than ever – leading to multiple sold out venues on their UK tour and a live performance on ‘Later…’ with Jools Holland. Easy Life released ‘Pockets’ back in 2017 exposing their poignant experimental style. Then, with… read more

SRA Class of 2019 – Brockhampton

We welcome to our SRA Class of 2019, the world’s best boyband: Texas’ Brockhampton. The collective blend pop & hip-hop in their music which boasts creative production that echoes to the men’s heroes Kanye West & Odd Future. The music also packs lyrics which tackle mental health, sexuality and post modern life for males, making… read more