Launched at Red Bull Studios
About the Show
Music series featuring conversation and performance by up-and-coming bands and singers, introduced by Annie Mac
Series 2 Summary
Presenter Annie Mac introduces performance and chat from 10 hotly tipped young musical acts, including Deap Vally, AlunaGeorge, Arlissa, Laura Mvula and Bastille.
New Zealand-born singer Willy Moon chats to host Annie Mac about his hopes and plans for the year ahead, meeting Jack White and being championed by Ladyhawke
Guitar pop quartet Cheatahs perform tracks The Swan and Fountain Park, and talk to host Annie Mac about their plans for the future and what it's like to be a London-based band with global origins
Annie Mac introduces chat and performance from music artists tipped to take over in 2013. This show features dance-pop singer/songwriter A*M*E.
Annie Mac presents chat and performance by music artists tipped to take over in 2013. This show features Manchester indie rock quartet The 1975.
Annie Mac hosts chat and performance by music artists tipped to take over in 2013. This show features south London singer and songwriter Syron.
Annie Mac hosts chat and performance by music artists tipped to take over in 2013. This show features Californian blues rock duo Deap Vally.
AlunaGeorge, who make R'n'B-tinged electronic pop music, give a performance of their tracks Your Drums, Your Love and You Know You Like It and hear from their champion, singer Katy B.
This show features London-based singer/songwriter Arlissa
Singer and songwriter Laura Mvula from Birmingham uses her classical training to create soul music. She talks to Annie Mac about her plans for the year ahead and performs.
London four-piece pop band Bastille chat to Annie Mac about how they got together, their plans for the year ahead and the different elements contributing to their sound
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