EACH remaining act from last month’s preliminary round of Young Enterprise group BHMusic’s musical showcase played a sequel slot in front of a keen Kyps crowd.

Ever-smiley bassist Viv led rock act Red Shift vocal-first into their opening set. The quartet’s original track led to a barrage of unforeseen covers.

Noticeably less timid than four weeks prior, Loose Change eventually hit their stride with covered artists like James Morrison and The Script featured as carefully selected renditions.

Jack Vallier’s timbre, demeanour and fringe went on to tribute the singer-songwriter trend of his generation.

Georgia Griffiths followed suit, turning the air a tad Kate Rusby-meets-Estelle.

The evening’s only duo brought proceedings to a close. Chloe Glover and guitarist James Southard strummed their way through their self-professed biggest gig to date, touching on and KT Tunstall in the process.

Adding a further impeccably-run function to the gang’s portfolio, the evening afforded BHMusic a well-earned stronghold in this year’s Young Enterprise stakes.