SHARKSvBEARS' BBC Introducing session
This month, we returned to Ross-on-Wye to showcase some of our favourite acts right now, recording for broadcast at John Kyrle High School.
The music department has undergone a series of changes in the last four years - and it's now home to a complex of high-end recording studios and state-of-the-art equipment.
The first act performing in front of a studio audience was the Redditch rockers SHARKSvBEARS.
They've been together as a band for 18 months - but some of the band members have been jamming together for around eight years.
They have a range of jobs in the band - from a tattoo artist, to an events organiser and a background in advertising and sales!
They're influenced by a range of artists - but the most similar sound has got to be Two Door Cinema Club.
Available since: Fri 3 May 2013
This clip is from
Unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar music, as recorded at John Kyrle High School.
First broadcast: 06 Apr 2013
All of our live studio and festival sessions since 2005.
More clips from BBC Introducing in Hereford & Worcester
- Broken Oak's BBC Introducing session at the Worcester Music Festival Duration: 20:40 Andrew Marston introduces live music from Broken Oak (Worcester)
- Dead:Lung's BBC Introducing session at the Worcester Music Festival Duration: 25:37 Andrew Marston introduces live music from Dead:Lung (Great Malvern)
- Michael Knowles' BBC Introducing session at Malvern Rocks Duration: 26:32 Andrew Marston introduces live music from Michael Knowles (Ledbury)
- Toby Parker's BBC Introducing session at Malvern Rocks Duration: 26:40 Andrew Marston introduces live music from Toby Parker (Golden Valley)
- Kiki O'Connell's BBC Introducing session at Malvern Rocks Duration: 31:56 Andrew Marston introduces live music from Kiki O'Connell (Hagley nr Kidderminster)