Back in September, Made in Shoreditch Magazine launched a competition to find the most talented up coming bands, singers, and musicians to perform at their annual Music Factory concert.
Over the last two months artists sent in their best music videos, and it was left to the public to vote. Out of thirty entries, the top six have now been announced.
In sixth place with 179 votes we have Oscar Suave, a psychedelic garage band founded in January 2012. My favourite out of the list got fifth place with 283 votes. Vita and the Vicious, are currently recording their debut rock album, Le Petit Mort.
Fourth places goes to Izzy's Daughter, who just squeezed in front with 297 votes. She is an acoustic singer/songwriter, inspired by celtic folk music, and has previous performed for the Natural History Museum and BBC Suffolk.
Third places shows a giant leap with 490 votes for Malf. He started his musical career at the age of twelve by playing trombone in the school brass band. He has been a member of many bands and released his first album, RadioMagnetofon in 2010.
Rusty Boat comes in second with 521 votes. They are a four-piece indie band from Islington. Finally, in first place with a whopping 802 votes is Jingo. Discovered at an open mic night, they have worked with other bands in both the US and the UK.
All these artists will be performing at Music Factory 2013 on the 29th November at the Hoxton Gallery from 7pm. Tickets are between £7-£15, and will also include an exhibition by the artists Catharina Cronenberger Golebiowska and Steve Quinn.