ALEX LLEO+ ED GEATER + PHILIPPA ZAWE

There’s a mellowness & warmth to Alex Lleo’s debut recordings that feels both timeless and fresh. Recorded live with his six-piece band at Park Studios in Birmingham, his debut EP is a masterclass in soulful, addictive songwriting.

Spending time in nature – in Worcestershire’s Lickey Hills where Alex lives and grew up, the awe-inspiring Scandinavian mountains, and surfing the various coastlines of the British Isles – has shaped Alex’s creative outlook. You can hear his attraction to the natural world, its peace and its drama, in his music, which is exquisitely-paced, laid-back and rich in melody.

Alex Lleo Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify

Watch the brand new music video for ‘Go Alone’ below:


For Birmingham born singer-songwriter and beatboxer Ed Geater, rhythmical dexterity is complemented by lyrical prowess.

Growing up on a staple musical diet of alternative rock, folk and electronica, equally matching his love of classical music, Ed switched his childhood instrument from violin to guitar and pursued his love of song-writing, whilst harnessing his metronomic skills as a beatboxer.

Influenced by his obsession with ambient electronic artists such as Bonobo, Boards of Canada and Four Tet – Ed set out to create the same vivid and textural musical landscapes, but only using his organic vocal beats, acoustic guitar and loop station. The resulting sound is an electronic infused, pop-laden and folk inspired tapestry, with clear nods to revered songwriters such as Jeff Buckley and Ben Howard.

With an arsenal of new material set to be unleashed in 2019, Ed will be premiering a host of songs at the Alex Lleo show.

Ed Geater Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify

Watch the official music video for ‘Symmetry’ below:


Philippa Zawe is a Birmingham based singer-songwriter with soul and folk influences. She is currently working on an up-coming EP whilst gigging around the local area.

Philippa Zawe Links: Facebook | Bandcamp | Spotify

Watch the teaser video for her EP ‘Disadvantaged’ below: