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ArcTanGent Warm-up: Gallops, The Physics House Band, The St Pierre Snake Invasion, Jo Quail, Toska, IRK, Sœur, Scalping, The Big Massive Orchestra, Poisonous Birds & more
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Wrexham noise makers with their brand of cosmic rocktronica. Voted as Clash Magazine's ones to watch.
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A Brighton instrumental space/math rock trio, who incorporate elements of 70s jazz fusion and electronica.
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5 Piece Band from Bristol combining strut, energy, sarcasm & filth to create a unique blend of Punk/Garage/Alt/Rock.
With live shows infamous for colourful language, bodily fluids and the ritual humiliation of audience members, BBC Introducing in Bristol have declared their set as "The most spectacularly committed performance I've seen in a long time".
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A cellist and composer from the UK, Jo Quail uses looping techniques and other pedal effects to create atmospheric classical crossover works.
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Toska are a progressive instrumental 3 piece from Brighton consisting of Rabea Massaad - guitar, Dave Hollingworth - bass and Ben Minal - drums.
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Breaking hard-rock down to its simplest, most fundamental form, Sœur are a brutal, soulful assault on the senses. Bound together and battle-hardened by an experience and appreciation of the fringes of British rock music, Anya Pulver, Tina Maynard and James Collins have already found their incendiary live shows selling out in dive bars and clubs across their native South West.
With vocal lines that tangle and intertwine, riffs so substantial they’ve got their own post code, and a beat - provided by former Maybeshewill drummer James Collins - that ties everything down with industrial power, this is a sound of colossal proportions.
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Colliding grinding, dystopian electronics with moments of delicate beauty, Poisonous Birds deliver a bold statement of intent in their debut EP Gentle Earth.
The duo craft a fiercely original sound, spanning post-rock, electronica, industrial, ambient & drone to frame frontman & multi-instrumentalist Tom Ridley's dreamy vocal and percussionist Finn Mclean's visceral rhythm.
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