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Anita Awbi
  • By Anita Awbi
  • 10 Mar 2010
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EMI Music Publishing Limited
This duo, produced by Arthur Baker, recently made the shortlist for the BBC Sound of 2010 poll.

Chapel Club
Taking the best bits of the early 90s, Chapel Club are a cross between Gene and My Bloody Valentine. They recently completed a headline tour culminating with the Shockwaves NME Awards show.

SONY/ATV Publishing Limited
The X-Factor runners up have already had two No.1 singles in the UK charts. Their eponymous debut album has gone triple platinum.

Joy Orbison
Londoner Pete O’Grady is one of the hottest dance producers, DJs and composers around. His mix of dubstep, rock and house earned him a place on the BBC’s Sound of 2010.

Frankie and the Heartstrings
Bomber Music Limited
The Sunderland band have sealed their indie credentials after being signed up by the Wichita management arm and their debut EP was put out on Rough Trade. They have supported local heroes The Futureheads and most recently Florence and the Machine.

Peggy Sue
Peggy Sue, an indie-folk band from Brighton, are due to release their debut album this year on Wichita records in the UK and Yep Roc in the States.myspace.com/peggywho

Bomber Music Limited
Failsafe have shared stages with the likes of Paramore, Gallows and Anti-Flag, receiving substantial plays on MTV2, Kerrang! and NME TV.

The Unthanks
Annie Reed Music Limited
Previous album The Bairns was nominated for the Mercury Music prize and featured in The Observer’s ‘Best Albums of the Decade’ chart. They are signed to EMI Music Records and Rabble Rouser.