This week we were joined Ross and the Wrongens, an upbeat indie rock pop band hailing from Gravesend. Ross performed his brand new single Gravesend Town as a stripped-back duo.
This week we were joined by The Barrett Brothers from Deal. Made up of brothers Josh and Joe, the two have developed their own vibrant take on gypsy jazz, bringing together styles like bebop, latin, swing and tango to make an infectious sound.
Today we were joined by Xavier Ralph, a 16-year-old musician who wrote his first song when he was just ten years old. Having released his self-titled debut album in May this year, Xavier's heading to the Tunbridge Wells Forum in July for his official album launch party.
This week we were joined by Poggy, a singer/songwriter hailing from the seaside town of Deal. Poggy discovered her love for music early on in her childhood, as she played and sang alongside her four sisters. Her debut album Woman is the progression of those early experiences, blending the styles of folk, jazz and music from around the world.
This week we were joined by Margate's experimental folk duo Lunatraktors, made up of Carli Jefferson and Clair Le Couteur. Their style is a hypnotic blend of vocal harmonies, hand and feet percussion, as they take traditional folk ballads from Irish, British and Australian heritage and redefine them.
This week we were joined by Tom Williams, a singer and songwriter hailing from Tunbridge Wells. Hot off the back of a triumphant gig at London's legendary Scala, Tom released his sixth record What Did You Want To Be this year, the follow up to 2017's acclaimed All Change.