Award-winning Artist Michelle Qureshi is a composer, multi‐instrumentalist, and classically-trained guitarist who brings a contemporary yet timeless aesthetic to her music. Her albums are heard around the world on new age, ambient, and guitar-focused radio programs and playlists, and is licensed on a global platform.
Discography Albums: Silver Chord (2018) Short Stories (2018) Seventh Wave (2017) Scattering Stars (2016) Margalla Hills (2015) Meditations (2014) Flow (2014) Suite Beats (2014) Illumination (2012) Of Light (2012) Singles: Snapdragons (2018) An Offering (2018) Floating (2018) Inside the Lightbox (2018)
Kip Brockett is a guitarist based in Missouri. His primary focus is in the instrumental rock arena, but he is also accomplished in both traditional-based rock and classical guitar. Primary influences include: Shawn Lane, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, and Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Kip holds a bachelor’s degree in music with an emphasis on music theory. After a nearly 20 year hiatus from music, he has come back to playing guitar with a passion. Spending the last few years re-learning and refreshing his technique, Kip has focused on instrumental guitar music as a medium.
Stuart is a solo artist from Perth, Scotland. His influences are widespread and include artists such as David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, Donovan and Paul Simon.
Stuart released his debut album Utopia in 2001 via the internet on his label Resemblance records which gained Stuart some excellent feedback from various sources. He has played in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling, Lossiemouth, Kirkcaldy, Glenfarg, Perth, Windsor, Camden, Islington Pilochry and Dundee on various occasions, and also performed at the Go North industry showcase in Aberdeen.
Stuart took a few years out to concentrate on his Photography, but due to people asking him about his music decided to go back into studio in 2018 to record his last ep On your side. Since then Stuart has slowly been building a name again.
In December 2018, Stuart decided to re-release his debut album into the digital world, and has since gained even greater recognition than ever because of it, gaining amazing reviews and nominated for an indie award of best Solo Artist of 2019 via the London 1976 project.
“ One of the best local tracks weve ever had” – Tay FM weekenders“
“Although Stuart’s style has been compared to that of his influences, some of this material could be compared to that of David Gray”. – Dave Arcari, Music scene. “
Stuart is planning to get back into studio to record album number 2 this year, coinciding this with gigs throughout the country as well as getting airplay on various radio stations.