Simon Eringfeld is a musician, writer, artist-researcher, and entrepreneur. She graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2020 with a master’s degree in Education, and works as an educational coach to guide and support students to discover their potential and design their own path. Between 2016 and 2019 Simone completed 3 Bachelor’s degrees in 3Continue reading “Simone Eringfeld”
Peter Relph is a choral composer and conductor from the Lake District, UK. His music has been performed across Europe and North America by a number of ensembles, including Scottish Opera, The Britten Sinfonia, The Westminster Williamson Voices, The Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble, The Same Stream Choir, and Magdalene College Chapel Choir. Peter is also theContinue reading “Peter Relph and the Anchorae Isolation Choir”
The Kind is an Alt-Pop duo founded by Jane Barkley Young and Adam Rowley. The London-based duo write and produce songs addressing themes of love, heartbreak, mental health, and dealing with difficult times, finding ways of exploring these traditional “pop” subjects from an exciting alternative angle, putting their own heartfelt experience into their music. TheirContinue reading “The Kind”
Louis Mars’ debut album, Teenage Daydreams, presents a new take on the indie genre with a unique combination of spoken and sung lyrics, vividly evoking and capturing the felt experience of adolescence. Recorded in his bedroom, and written and released during lockdown, Teenage Daydreams is available to listen to now on a wide range ofContinue reading “Louis Mars”
Bossyking is an indie electronica duo based in the Lake District, UK. Comprised of songwriters Lauren Davey and Wayne Scurrah, their music explores a combination of layered harmonies, intricate guitar, dance-floor bass lines, and a unique songwriting style involving old notebooks and genre-blending instrumentation. The interview with Bossyking can be found on Episode 4 ofContinue reading “Bossyking”
James Caton is a guitarist from the Lake District. A creator both of original music and imaginative arrangements and covers, his influences include Tommy Emmanuel CGP, Clive Carroll, and John Renbourn. James Caton played his song “Words Don’t Mean” for us on Episode 3 of the podcast.
Featured on Episode 2 of the Unlatched Podcast, Poingly is “an experiment in electronics, gender, and rock”. On the podcast, Poingly re-imagines techno song “New and Unfamiliar” as an acoustic piece. Their upcoming album, Make Yourself into a Machine, embraces the use of deep learning AI and is out now on Spotify.