Imagine That presents…


Emily Magpie is a dream pop artist and producer from Bristol with a unique ability to create glittering spacial soundscapes that shimmer endlessly as brooding swirls of electronics and effervescent melodies intertwine with songwriting delving into different dimensions.
Having been championed by the likes of Tom Robinson on BBC Radio 6, Earmilk and Mahogany, she has been described by The Line of Best Fit as “spine-tingly special”. Her track ‘Last Train’ received over 90,000 plays on Spotify.

Spending the last few years playing solo as a support act for artists such as This Is The Kit and Let’s Eat Grandma, and everywhere from Green Man Festival and Boomtown Festival in the UK she returned in 2021 with a dynamic + exciting full band experience which has already played several sold out headline shows including Sebright Arms as well as Dot to Dot Festival and FOCUS Wales where the band were picked out as one of God is in the TV’s festival highlights.

This year the band has exciting shows and festivals lined up including the recent album launch for ‘Lets Talk About the Weather’ exploring our connection to ourselves, nature and each other in a time of climate crisis- inside an immersive indoor forest in Bristol. Other upcoming events include Green Man, Altitude and Boomtown Festivals. As well as live shows there are two EP releases lined up with the label Silent Kid.


Belgian vocalist Charlotte Jacobs transposes her world into music. Sights, movements, sounds and places coalesce, reflecting the artist’s surroundings in lush electronic unison.

“For me the thrill of listening to new music is discovering something that feels fresh and different. Something expressive, a song that’s an adventure. Charlotte Jacobs’ music hit me that way. Her EP The Shape of Wandering is a sonic adventure.”
– Bob Boilen (All Songs Considered, NPR Music)


Anna Colette’s music captures classic folk styles combined with a modern take. Her classic songwriting embraces her deeply introspective personality with a therapeutic writing approach; speaking to her life journey and navigating womanhood.