artist Management

Jai manages 20 year old singer/songwriter Flo Gallop from SE London. Coming this Spring is Flo’s first single release, her music is a cocktail of indie vibes laden with pop charm. Flo’s honey vocals and observant narrative writing tell her story.

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‘First up was singer-songwriter Flo Gallop accompanied by her talented guitarist. Her set contained several sharp and well observed breakup songs, delivered with passion and humour. An obvious musical reference point is early Kate Nash, which is a pretty good start in our book.’ Mike Urban, Brixton Buzz

‘Flo Gallop fuses indie vibes with pop-star charisma. A credible singer songwriter who can capture an audience and deliver a killer tune.’ Juliet Russell, Also Festival

‘Flo Gallop Takes the mic at NEWSCHOOL this week, bringing her honey-laden vocals & stripped back pop-rock guitar riffs that’ll see you reminisce over early 00’s favourite female songstresses. Before coming along, pop on song ‘Ice Cream’ available on SoundCloud, and find something endearing & warm-centred.’ Newschool Music Nights

 

artist Mentoring

Miles Pascall is currently being guided under Jai’s mentorship. Miles is a singer/songwriter/drummer from West London. His warm character and deep thoughts emanate through his soulful voice with sincerity. His music is an eclectic fusion of folk, soul, jazz and pop with poignant lyrics that twist the heart.

‘This week, we’ve got the talented Miles Pascall as our Artist Of The Week. Equally gifted as both a drummer and a signer, Miles has a gloriously unique and beautiful voice, which acts as a perfect vehicle to deliver heartfelt and honest lyrics. We’ve selected “Waltz Of Woe” (produced by Chad, the Polymath), a brilliant example of stripped back pop simplicity which takes the listener on a journey from start to finish. Keep an eye on this extremely talented artist in the future!’ Colin Moir, Richer Unsigned.

‘The new track (Laila’s Song) shows a tender side to the instrumentalist’s work, with tentative and questioning lyrics sure to resonate with many.’ Pip Williams, The Line of Best Fit.‘Gets in there, smacks you between the ears and then gets out again. You know when you’ve been Milo’d’. Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 Music.

‘Miles Pascall’s “Waltz of Woe” is a neat three minutes of nuance and understatement. Produced by Raleigh Ritchie and Emeli Sandé collaborator Chad, the Polymath is deceptively minimal but beautifully executed, with a slow-build that's as warming as it is resolute.’ The Line of Best Fit.

‘Miles Pascall’s debut single is accompanied with a heavy dose of soul. There’s something about Pascall’s voice that conveys heartbreak and pining, it’s notable how affecting ‘Laila’s Song’ is given how short and bittersweet it is. Pascall matches these sorrowful sentiments with a modest, small-scale piano arrangement. He captures an intimacy and nostalgia without sacrificing anything else which makes this compelling listening.’ Podcart.