Michael O’MahonyMichael O’Mahony is an artist whose idiosyncratic practice spans numerous media, including music, drawing and performance. From his suburban bedroom studio, O'Mahony takes the ..." />
KYOGEN are a Manchester-based electronic dream pop outfit consisting of Kyoko Swan and Daniel Broomhall. Beginning in early 2015, KYOGEN was the name singer/songwriter Kyoko Swan gave her solo project, writing and recording in "The Bunker", an old factory lying in amongst the rubble of crumbling mills in the shadows of Salford's infamous Stangeways Prison.
Michael O’Mahony is an artist whose idiosyncratic practice spans numerous media, including music, drawing and performance. From his suburban bedroom studio, O'Mahony takes the signs and characters that appear on our screens - such as Pikachu, the Terminator, a Nike shoe - and repurposes them in his artworks in an attempt to psychoanalyse himself and come to an understanding of the strange time in which we live. Whether monologuing as a surreal motivational speaker, producing graphs that record his mood each day, or creating his esoteric concept albums, O’Mahony explores his subjectivity and it’s interrelation with our globalised consumer world.
The Isle of CC
THE ISLE OF CC brings an ambient and compelling sound to whisk the listener away on an adventure. Influenced by Erykah Badu, Flying Lotus and Lapsley, she combines original lyrics, electronic neo-soul goodness and distinctive harmonies. She worked with the talented Pandaux and Ollie Foreman on her debut EP, Agoraphobia. Since that release, she has supported Leah McFall, headlined the Night Garden Festival and had a Live BBC Introducing Session with Melita Dennett. Her debut single 'Losing' was aired on BBC Radio 1 Huw Stephens show.
Twin Galaxxies is the moniker of artist Alex Myers and started as a bedroom project during a period living in Berlin. Inspired by a love of film soundtracks, video art and analog synthesizers.