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BIMM London’s up & coming female artists

8th March 2018

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In celebration of International Women’s Day, we’ve compiled a short list of some of BIMM London’s best up and coming female-fronted acts. Sit back, crank up the volume and enjoy!

 

Lisa Oribasi

Lisa’s track ‘Memories’ was a best seller on itunes and was playlisted on Spotify’s ‘Swiss Viral 50’ after being featured on Swiss retailer Coop’s christmas advertising campaign last year. The sync’ gave the talented acoustic songwriter’s already impressive profile a boost in the UK as well as her native Switzerland.

facebook.com/LisaOribasiMusic


 

Maella

The alias of Songwriting Degree student Michaela Charvatova, Maella’s music is a unique blend of dark atmospheric rock and grandiose pop, echoing the likes My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive and The Jesus & Mary Chain.

facebook.com/maellaofficial


 

Mathilda Homer

Now in her second year of the BA (Hons) Degree in Songrwriting, London-born Mathilda Homer is a self-dubbed ‘Contemporary Folk’ artist. Her debut E.P ‘God’s A Girl’ dropped this February and sees her taking her music to new heights with the benefit of lush neo-soul harmonies and tasteful production flourishes.

facebook.com/mathildahomermusic


 

Celine Love

Ok, so we’re cheating slightly with this choice, as Celine originally began her studies at our Berlin campus before utilising the BIMM study exchange program to relocate to London in the middle of her degree. Since then, she’s been busy making waves on the capital city’s acoustic and open mic nights.

facebook.com/CelineLoveMusic

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James Watts

Social Media Assistant, Professional Bassist and Music Journalist. Career highlights include performing at some of the UK's premier music festivals, recording in Abbey Road and interviewing Debbie Harry.