NOVA SYNC

We have the great privilege of representing a developing and diverse catalogue of song writers and artists available for vocal sessions, writing opportunities and song usage on all types of campaigns and briefs.
Contact sophie@novamusic.co.uk for more details and access to Nova's sync catalogue.
Check out 4 tracks from the Nova Catalogue in the latest season of Swedish series 'Älska Mig' via Music Super Circus :

Harry Osborne

Harry Osborne is a writer, producer and front man of band Someone anyone based in Hastings. His unique sound spans urban-jazz, psychedelia, neo-soul, fusion and indie, drawing on influences as diverse as Haitus Kaiyote, Mr Hudson and Lianne La Havas whilst still keeping his music imbued with pop sensibilities

Hattie Whitehead

London based singer-songwriter Hattie Whitehead has been lorded for her incredible songwriting skill and stunning soaring vocal. Drawing on influences from the likes of John Martin, James Taylor, Joni Mitchell and many more of the greats, Hattie has honed her craft as a performer and writer, taking to stages such as  Glastonbury, St Pancras Old Church and Standon Calling. Utterly mesmerizing and gifted.

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JDP

Having made a name for himself as hype man and MC for the likes of Richy Ahmed, Camelphat, Jackmaster, EZ, Shy FX, My Nu Leng, Herve and Sam Divine. JDP's talents do not stop there as he swaps centre stage for behind the desk, producing his own blend of UK Bass, House, Grime and Dubstep.

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IDestroy

Riotous live shows are IDestroy’s calling card. Since forming in 2015, the trio, who met as students in Bristol, have played more than 300 gigs across the UK, Europe and Asia, selling out shows in South Korea and multiple tours in Germany. Following the easing of lockdown, IDestroy have returned to the stage and have already headlined the reopening night of Bristol’s iconic venue The Fleece and played packed out shows in Bristol, Brighton and Southampton. 

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Inky Nite

Brighton newcomers Inky Nite  concoct dreamy kaleidoscopic alt-pop songs; their vocal interplay seeking to echo the likes of Angus & Julia Stone, The xx and Oh Wonder and their sonic backdrop a cool cocktail shaker of other influences, mixing a measure of Metronomy and a splash of Santigold with a twist of Twin Shadow and a burst of Blood Orange. Their sound calls to mind the synth laden dreamscape realised in the soundtrack to cult classic 'Drive' and conjures images of the 80's world depicted in the Netflix sensation 'Stranger Things'. 

Jenny Plant

Turning heads in the world of Sync for  her ethereal almost otherworldly vocals, Jenny Plant is a multi-instrumentalist composing emotive songs both for Piano and Harp. Within her songs she creates a enchanting dreamlike soundscape which has drawn comparison with the likes of Enya, London Grammar and Freya Ridings.

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Kanadia

KANADIA are a 4-piece alternative rock band based in Oxford, UK. Consisting of James Bettis (guitar/vocals), Tim Lucas (drums), Melissa Marshall (synths/keys) and Jack Ashworth (Bass).

 

Taking influence from the likes of TV On The Radio, Radiohead, Muse and Foals, KANADIA combine expansive, overdriven reverb drenched guitars with driving basslines, pulsating synths and electronics. Showcasing this across several styles, from their anthemic rock tracks, to their atmospheric and dark ballads, they are strongly characterised by singer James Bettis' soaring and emotive vocals.

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Malory

Malory is an award winning songwriter, singer and producer. A prolific artist with a unique and playful sound, she has received placements on Netflix's 'Love Is Blind', Love Island, BBCOne's 'Our Girl' to Dancing With The Stars, Made In Chelsea and many more. She has supported George Ezra on tour, gained endorsement from Radio 2 (performing at their Hyde Park Festival), played by John Kennedy at Radio X and hyped by the likes of Wonderland, The Line of Best Fit & Spotify New Music Friday.

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Max Runham

With his soaring vocals and playful songwriting, British singer/songwriter Max Runham draws inspiration from the likes of Ray LaMontagne, Jeff Buckley, Carole King and many more, and has developed a very characteristic style creating classic sounding songs that feel like they've been dragged out of the past and given a modern voice.

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Mozez

Jamaican soul singer Mozez made his name as vocalist with pioneering hip hops artist Nightmares on Wax and equally seminal electronica collective Zero 7. His rich, intoxicating vocal is unmistakable and his songwriting talent draws on influences that span Reggae, RnB, Soul, Dub and ambient electronica.

Point Mantis

London based Electronic Producer/DJ POINT MANTIS has performed with the likes of George Fitzgerald, Hot Chip, Norman Jay, Greg Wilson, Maxxi Soundsystem, Plump DJs, Horse Meat Disco, Stanton Warriors, Herve and The Nextmen.​ Drawing on influences such as Bonobo, Four Tet and Kiasmos, his sound is richly diverse, eclectic and accomplished.

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Ralph Taylor

Independent singer, songwriter and guitarist Ralph Taylor plays an alternative blend of alt-pop fusing an infectious range of influences from indie, funk, hip-hop, jazz and even some elements of folk. Ralph has a gift for blending diverse genres into his own distinctive layered style which has won him many admirers as a live and recording artist.

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shy kids

shy kids are a Canadian indie pop band and film-making collective based in Toronto. Encompassing shades of Vampire Weekend, shy kids music is exuberant, playful and unique whilst exhibiting moments of tenderness and beauty coupled with a tendency towards unapologetically bold and exuding joyful camaraderie.