The Industry

BIMM Brighton’s up & coming female artists

7th March 2018

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



“Clit Drip are creating something genuinely exciting and refreshing as it’s something most listeners would find hard to assign to a clear genre. This is only a fact due to the three evidently knowing what they want to sound like, how to get it and revel in the pleasure of not knowing where it is going to take them from there.” – Hot Wax Promotions


Chloe Bodur

Chloe’s brilliant debut single “Glory” gained plenty of attention on both sides of the Atlantic in late 2017, not least for being an “open letter about vulnerability, self-esteem and the effect of loneliness, addressed to young women”. You can read all about it in this interview. She’ll soon be following up the release with her debut EP. Needless to say, we can’t wait!

Photo by Mark Stubbs


Amelia Ceasar

Amelia studies the BA (Hons) Degree in Songwriting and has been making quite the name for herself on the acoustic scene in Brighton. She performed on the Croissant Neuf stage at Glastonbury 2017 as well as completing a short tour of Budapest.


Photo by Hegyi Júlia Lily Photography



Momac originally hails from Edinburgh, Scotland and was the winner of the UK Songwriting Contest 2015  in the under 18s category. This sparked a wave of media interest including airtime on BBC Radio Scotland. Producer and contest judge Stuart Epps tipped her as one to watch in the future.


Anna Leigh Stainton

Anna hails from the Barnard Castle area in the North East of England. She’s been shortlisted for Glastonbury and has supported the likes of Sandi Thom and the Beautiful South. She also featured on the BIMM Brighton album 2017 with her fantastic track “Matching Tattoos”.







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.