BBC Music Introducing LIVE – THURSDAY


Gracie Convert


Gracie Convert is a singer, songwriter, and producer based in London. Her sound is a smooth mixture of R&B and Pop, with undeniable Neo-Soul undertones. She describes music as being the only constant in her life, after moving around a lot as a child—growing up in South Africa, France, Monaco, and England. Having just released her debut single ‘I’m Fine’, she is due to be putting out her next song in November.

“Sublime debut offering from Gracie Convert. Her seductive vocals swim amongst chilled out R&B beats, phenomenal”– BBC INTRODUCING


Idris Miles 


Based in Essex (UK), Idris Miles is an artist and songwriter who fuses the sounds of rap, trap, r&b and hip hop. Valuing music that shares a meaningful and powerful message. he is summed up by tight flows, lucid concepts, and sheer passion.

Idris has built strong momentum for himself. Following stand-alone singles such as AM2PM, $aucin and Samurai (released via The Pit London), and radio appearances including BBC Essex, Reprezent (London) and New Town Radio (NYC), Idris has built a loyal fanbase. A veteran of the open mic scene, Idris is renowned for his live performances, bringing energy and connection to the crowd. 




Devon released his first single ‘Weirdo’ in late 2017 and has since succeeded in developing an active fanbase across the UK. He’s recently played at festivals such as Truck, Live at Leeds, Barn on the Farm, Tenement Trail and more, whist supporting bands such as The View, The Strypes, Pretty Vicious, Lauran Hibberd and No Hot Ashes. His latest single ‘I DON’T WANT 2 B UR FRIEND’ was mixed by Tarek Musa (Spring King, The 1975) and has already been his biggest success to date gaining BBC introducing plays all over the country and significant Spotify playlisting, adding to his growing momentum.

Now signed to Universal Music On Demand, Devon will be coming down to chat about his Spinnup journey and what the future holds for him


Ewan J Phillips 


As a London-based alternative singer-songwriter/producer, Ewan has played in a multitude of bands over the years. Now a one man band, Ewan’s live performances can range from a frenzy of looped cello, screaming guitars, and synthesizers all the way to a classic soulful heartfelt ballad. Pop at its most organic, Ewan is carving out a unique and exciting sound-world. Outside of his artist project, Ewan has been known to work with rising singer-songwriters, co-writing and producing songs they will take with them on their journeys.


The Isle of CC


THE ISLE OF CC brings an ambient and compelling sound to whisk the listener away on an adventure. Influenced by Erykah Badu, Ravyn Lenae and Kelela, she combines original lyrics, electronic neo-soul goodness, and distinctive harmonies. She worked with Pandaux and Ollie Foreman on her debut EP Agoraphobia, released in 2017.  

2019 has been full of highlights as she has supported the amazing The James Taylor Quarter (JTQ). Performed alongside Annie Mac for Sussex Freshers Festival. Performed at Wild Paths a brand new festival including acts such as Yazmin Lacey and Etta Bond. Next year she will be performing at Icebreaker Festival in 2020.