SupaJam Music

quiet rebellion


The New Objects

Exciting new 4 piece Alt / Rock band from Cardiff, Wales


Long-listed to play Glastonbury 2011, Soundproof are a 4 piece high energy rock band from Dublin, Ireland. Music full of 3 part...


Female vocalist bin currently working on my ep to be released


Lucy Kitt is a young songwriter of significant talent. With her classic Laurel Canyon sound she blends blues and folk, with a...

Katalina Kicks

Hard hitting London alt rock band


"There’s something more to B U I L_D I N G S sound, and that is what sets them apart, juxtaposing the crowd pleasing alt rock...

Pierre Vincent

Born in Tooting, London. Pierre's family moved to Deal, Kent in 1991. Aged 11, he found an old beat-up classical guitar in the...

The Brassic

South London Mods, Love the old school, Hate the new school. Original Rnb's New Generation.

The Spires

The new sound of Sheffield - Electro-moshpit! We are 3, we are all Matt, we are The Spires.

The Recusants

london 4 piece guitar band messy indie funsters

addy oldman

addy oldman singer musician songwriter

Crow hailer

The Folk Rock band from Bristol

Andy Doonan

Exciting fresh act from Yorkshire, who has recently supported The Hoosiers, Jon Allen, The Twang, Dave McPherson, The Dunwell...


Fusing dance beats, acid basslines and skyscraping guitars into an infectiously epic sound, Deltasound have released 2 EPs and...

Aoife Scott

Singer Songwriter From Dublin Ireland.Born into the legendary Black Family - which includes her mother, Frances, and her aunt,...

Crafty freddie

A four piece female fronted band who play original, energetic, lyrical and infectious music. They have been together since...

The Band of the Eye

In 2007, an Irish youth living in the UK attempted to name a group Full Intercourse. He was prevented from doing so, and The...

Sierra Alpha

Riding high on a snowballing fanbase that includes the likes of classical singing damsel Katherine Jenkins, mercurial young...

The Clock

Exciting, fresh post/noise rock. We have been compared to a heavy scottish Radiohead.


At 8.50 am july 7th 2005 "brain dead bastards" chose to try to "be martyrs for just one day". They failed...