Alpha Sessions Guests – Winter 2020

Radio Brockley’s “new music” show, the Alpha Sessions has continued to welcome more amazing artists to the studio. The show’s YouTube channel has had around 14,500 views, and selected sessions are now also available to download via podcast at all the leading podcast sites.

The programme, hosted by Emma and Alan Joyce, plays out on Radio Brockley on Friday evenings at 8pm and on Sundays at 6pm. Together with Ron Laver, they have put together around 160 sessions since the show first started back in 2008.

Studio sessions over the next couple of months have been postponed due to the Coronavirus, but artists are being invited to send in their own sessions from home.

A big thanks to all of the artists who give up their time to support Radio Brockley. Here are some of our latest guests:

NATA is a Moldovan, 21 year old singer-songwriter based in West London. Spending time across a few countries in her teenage years, the trilingual artist feeds off her past and current life experiences for lyrical and melodic inspiration. Her single “Chocolate and Red Wine” is out now.

Lunarosa is the dream-folk project of Glenna Larsen from Wales. The name is taken from the rising pink moons of Fuerteventura where most of the songs on her debut EP Neoprene Love were written. Her EP was released at the end of summer 2019 after a year of recording with friends, different engineers and bedroom producers.

London based artist Sätilä, aka Teemu Sätilä, was born in Finland, and lived in Australia. He started writing songs at the age of seven after learning the piano. He has seen success with his previous releases garnering close to a million streams on Spotify alone. His latest single “Slow Down” is out now.

Ellie Harris is a musician and actress from west London who has recently graduated from the BRIT school for performing arts and technology. Her new single “No” is out now.

Berne are London-based duo delivering a moving environmental message through Deborah Borg Brincat’s ethereal vocals and synths, and Gianluca Pulvirenti’s reverb-laden guitar, dreamily dusted off with beaming astral production.

Hannah Elkins is a singer-songwriter from Bournemouth, with a beautiful, ethereal singing voice. Her first two singles, After the Midnight and Hideaway, debuted in 2019. She has just released her latest single “Cloud Nine”


Ebony Buckle is a London-based singer/songwriter. She has performed on the West End stage, and appeared in a BBC One drama, where her role as a Georgie folk singer saw her top the iTunes World Music Charts! She takes listeners on a whimsical leftfield-pop journey through complex harmonies and storytelling – covering everything from broken romance to disgruntled mermaids and alien invasions.