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Kendal Calling 2019: Courteeners, Doves, Manic Street Preachers, Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, Orbital, Tom Jones, Years & Years, Rival Sons, Gerry Cinnamon, Miles Kane & more
"Kendal Calling is an independent boutique music festival in Cumbria's beautiful Lake District, bringing a diverse selection of rock, indie and dance music to its intimate setting each summer.
The last edition's lineup was headlined by The Libertines, Run DMC and Catfish and the Bottlemen, while away from the music, festival-goers can enjoy a wide range of food and drink, as well as quirky art installations, pop-up bars, a market and a cinema.
Kendal Calling is also a family-friendly festival, hosting its very own kid's area, complete with all kinds of entertainment for the little ones, making the festival an ideal choice for a child's first festival.
Please visit www.kendalcalling.co.uk/ for more information."
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Manchester's Courteeners both look and sound as though they've come straight out of another time and place, and yet, somehow, are bang up to date. Think Babyshambles meets The Smiths and you'll be somewhere close to their gritty, electrifying sound. 'NME strongly advises that you do put your life in the hands of this rock 'n' roll band'.
Courteeners tour dates
Former members of dance hit makers Sub Sub (best known for their no.3 hit 'Ain't No Love (Ain't No Use), who as Doves became purveyors of indie-rock anthems like 'Pounding' and top ten singles 'There Goes The Fear' and 'Black And White Town'. Their mellow guitar-driven indie sounds with irresistable chord arrangements sometimes give way to playful dance undercurrents. After a lengthy hiatus, the band announced in December 2018 they were back.
Doves tour dates
Despite the much-publicised trials and tribulations they've gone through, James, Sean and Nicky remain the Kings of the Welsh music scene. Highly ideological, extremely patriotic and outrageously popular, having produced classic indie/rock cross-overs such as 'A Design For Life', 'You Love Us' and 'Motorcycle Emptiness'. Music with a message from a trio who've earnt the right to sing it.
Manic Street Preachers tour dates
Chic are an American disco and R&B band that were founded in 1976 by guitarist Nile Rodgers and bassist Bernard Edwards. The group, still fronted by Rodgers, are best known for hit songs including Le Freak, Dance Dance Dance, I Want Your Love, Good Times - the latter of which provided the bedrock of The Sugarhill Gang's A Rapper's Delight, the first multiple-platinum Hip Hop single. The group regard themselves as a rock band for the disco movement 'that made good on hippie peace, love and freedom'. In October 2012, Chic were nominated for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the seventh time.
Nile Rodgers, whose 1958 Fender Stratocaster has played on an estimated $2bn worth of hit music, also has numerous producer credits to his name - including Let's Dance, David Bowie's biggest-selling album, and Madonna's blockbuster album Like a Virgin, plus records by Sister Sledge, Duran Duran and Diana Ross. In March 2013, Rodgers was profiled in the highly rated BBC4 documentary special, Nile Rodgers: The Hitmaker.
Chic featuring Nile Rodgers tour dates
Dance music is too narrow a term for the genius of the Hartnoll brothers. Capable of both rib-shaking, energetic techno and incredible multi-layered ambient soundscapes, and blessed with a godlike genius when it comes to their DJing sets, Orbital have succeeded Kraftwerk as the Kings of techno and electronica.
Orbital tour dates
Tom's long career all began with his first hit 'It's Not Unusual' in 1965. Now Tom has found a new audience, thanks in part to his coaching on ITV's 'The Voice', and also in reaching fans of traditional R'n'B and gospel material with the trio of critically acclaimed albums he's released since 2010.
Although he is best known for hits including 'It’s Not Unusual', 'Kiss', 'Delilah', 'What’s New Pussycat' and 'Green Green Grass Of Home', he is first and foremost an artist with a true rhythm and blues soul, as recent albums 'Praise & Blame', 'Spirit In The Room' and 'Long Lost Suitcase' have demonstrated, full of simple, raw and soulful songs.
Knighted by Her Majesty the Queen in 2006, Sir Tom is indeed a living legend. His irresistible show traverses musical eras and genres, cuts across class divides and appeals to young and old, male and female, mainstream and cutting edge. Tom has always been about the power of the song, the power of the voice.
Tom Jones tour dates
Years & Years play soulful electronic pop, and are rooted in '90s RnB, citing TLC and and Aaliyah as influences.
Crowned as BBC Music's Sound of 2015, Years & Years are a London-based trio consisting of bassist Mikey Goldsworthy, keyboard player Emre Turkmen and vocalist Olly Alexander, who joined the band when Mikey heard him singing in the shower after a party at his house.
"This trio are making dance music that wears its heart and soul on its sleeve – their countless electro pop anthems will fill many a festival tent next summer." - Alison Howe, Series Producer, Later… with Jools Holland, BBC Music TV
Years & Years tour dates
Formed in 2009, Nashville/LA quartet Rival Sons play a brand of soulful hard rock dripping with the blues and swaggering to a good-time groove. They're arguably the one of the best bands in the swelling ranks of '70s revivalist acts.
Rival Sons tour dates
With no hype machine, no radio play and no record label backing, Gerry Cinnamon has achieved record breaking success and cemented his status as Scotland’s most successful independent artist.
Gerry’s music crosses generations in a way that only a handful of wordsmiths can - relatable, relevant and a true story teller. Unsigned and unmatched in his ability to operate outside of the mainstream Gerry has become a cult hero and force to be reckoned with.
Gerry Cinnamon tour dates
The singer of Liverpool band The Rascals, Miles Kane also co-fronts The Last Shadow Puppets alongside the Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner. As a solo artist, Miles has built up a head of steam on the live circuit, proving to be one of the most exciting young talents in the country.
Miles Kane tour dates
Throughout their illustrious career, Gomez have always been pioneers in their craft – they came onto the scene in England in the '90s alongside bands like Super Furry Animals and The Beta Band and went on to win the Mercury Music Prize in 1998 for their debut album. Known by many for their genre-blurring music, Gomez blend their shared love of alt-rock, glam, nashville country, post-punk, dancehall, top 40 pop and much more.
Gomez tour dates
Glasgow trio The Fratellis had phenomenal success with their debut album 'Costello Music' entering the U.K Album Chart at number 2, and went on to win the Best British Breakthrough Act at the Brit Awards in 2007. Following the release of their second album 'Here We Stand' the band toured America with sell-out shows in New York, Boston and Los Angeles before parting ways to pursue solo projects. Jon, Barry and Mince announced their reformation in 2012 following their four year hiatus.
The Fratellis tour dates
Idles are a heavy post-punk band from Bristol. They want to entertain and hurt in equal measure. They believe that art and violence work. Their spirit colour is coral pink. One of them loves queuing, one struggles counting, one has been arrested 8 times, one doesn't like music and one puts sausage rolls on his pizza!
'Idles are hard to capture, because they're not Fat White Family, they're not Sleaford Mods, they are very much their own incarnation of uncompromising rhythmical punk rock. Lyrically, a mixture of dry obsessional humour and poetic slogans. But, best of all, they really get the adrenaline pumping' - Steve Lamacq, BBC6 Music.
Idles tour dates
The BRIT awards winner of Best British Female Solo Artist of 2006 needs little introduction these days - the evidence of her success is unavoidable in Britain today. By her own testimony, her rather personal and reflective music is rooted in her adopted childhood; 'I grew up knowing I could have had a million different lives. It makes your life mysterious and your imagination go wild.'
She's earned a solid reputation as a live performer and also pioneered the use of live sampling in chart music, which features significantly in her concerts with the use of a pedal she refers to as 'Wee B**tard'.
KT Tunstall tour dates
Dermot Kennedy is a singer and songwriter from Dublin. He set out on his solo journey in September 2014. He crafts songs which are at once stripped-back yet explosive, his emotive vocals being both soaring and intimate with R&B influenced percussion. His tracks have amassed over 50 million plays across streaming platforms.
"His voice is fusion of Gary Lightbody and Foy Vance, but it’s intensified by his addition of production and a slightly hip-hop leaning beat. But one thing was consistent - each song is a cataclysm of emotion" - Spindle Magazine.
Dermot Kennedy tour dates
'Perfectly formed pop' (Bugbear). A band who manage to do something new with the rock sound. Their music is unusual and boundary pushing, but luckily they have the technical prowess to pull it off, sometimes mastering kitchen utensils as well as more standard instruments.
Mystery Jets tour dates
Northampton-bred wordsmith Slowthai has built his name over the past few years with relentless flows, aggressive tones and witty wordplay. His energy is elevated during his live shows, giving the audience an up close and personal experience with an infectious mood, either leaving the audience raging with excitement or simply shocked at how one man can radiate so much confidence and energy in any circumstance or crowd.
Slowthai tour dates
Mercury Music Prize winner Badly Drawn Boy provides 'Beatific, rhythm-infested melodies, resplendent in wondrous brass, stark string accompaniment and obscure found sounds'.
Badly Drawn Boy tour dates
The Welwyn Garden City trio (Billy Lunn – guitar/vocals, Charlotte Cooper – bass/vocals and Josh Morgan – drums) started playing in their local area in 2003 and, after beating 5000 applicants, they were picked by Michael Eavis to play at Glastonbury. Hype surrounded them in the wake of that performance, and judging by the relentless urgent energy and polished songwriting they are able to conjure up, it seems justified.
The Subways tour dates
Nina Nesbitt is a Scottish singer-songwriter and musician, best known for her single, 'Stay Out'. Nesbitt received her big break when she met Ed Sheeran before a radio gig he was scheduled to perform. After asking him for advice and playing him a song on his guitar, she was invited to support him on his European tour.
Nina Nesbitt tour dates
North Wales indie-grunge three-piece, fronted by the enchanting Ritzy Bryan. Abandoning the traditional record industry route, they came to prominence upon releasing 2009 mini album 'A Balloon Called Moaning' as a free download.
Their Breeders and Yeah Yeah Yeahs brand of indie-rock, with their trademark sound of crashing guitars and tight hooks, has seen them gain continual support by BBC 6 Music and a loyal fan base.
The Joy Formidable tour dates
Dream Wife started out as a fantasy… literally. Icelandic singer Rakel and British musicians Alice and Bella played their first show as part of a performance project at art school in Brighton. Stuck in dreams of 90s club kid nostalgia they continue on making music, embracing their love for edgy pop. Dream Wife name David Lynch's women as a big influence; 'powerful and seriously f***ed up'.
They play with the aesthetics of the 1960's yé-yé girls movement, along with current influences such as Sleigh Bells, Le Tigre and Grimes. Dream Wife ooze with girl power; infecting the crowd with their trademark 'poolside pop with a bite.' The music juxtaposes simple pop hooks, beats, cutting riffs and dreamy vocals.
Dream Wife tour dates
The Big Moon are a young London four-piece consisting of Juliette, Soph, Celia, and Fern. Musically they’re somewhere between PJ Harvey’s more widescreen rock moments and Howling Bells’ ragged intensity, but with a crackling girl-gang energy recalling Elastica.
The Big Moon tour dates
The Rifles burst onto the UK music scene in 2006 with their attitude-laden debut 'No Love Lost'. Making heavy rock 'n' roll inspired by the likes of The Clash, Dylan and The Rolling Stones, the London four-piece cite influences as far reaching as The Smiths and The Streets, their sound is heavily sixties mod yet thoroughly modern. Sharp vocals, quick-witted songs, rolling guitars and a crucial hint of ska coming from their tighter than tight rhythm section make The Rifles the perfect London soundtrack.
The Rifles tour dates
Blood Red Shoes are a girl/boy guitar/drums shout-rock duo from London influenced by The Slits and Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Steve, who plays drums, used to be in Cat On Form.
Blood Red Shoes tour dates
Fronted by the ambitious Henry Camamile, Sea Girls are a London-based four-piece (originally hailing from Kent and Leicestershire), who deliver simple storytelling songs and arena-ready anthems. The band play tightly honed tunes, with their fans chanting back every single word.
"Sea Girls are poised to become one of the biggest breakout indie bands. With sell-out shows up and down the nation and bangers-a-plenty coming, their path to becoming British indie stars is very much on the cards" - NME
Sea Girls tour dates
He’s a hippy, a punk, a poet, a drunk, a die-hard romantic and an eternal optimist. Singing simple songs that tackle big issues: Political protest songs for the modern day, honest and open Love songs. Songs that will make you laugh, but also make you think with no holds barred honest lyrics and quick wit.
Beans on Toast tour dates
Kyle Francis Falconer is the lead vocalist of The View. Along with the other band members, Falconer hails from the Dryburgh district of Dundee. He shares songwriting responsibilities with bass guitarist Kieren Webster.
He also performs solo acoustic sets.
Kyle Falconer tour dates
Hertford singer-songwriter playing original songs on electric guitar with indie and alternative influences. Huw Stephens has already emerged as an influential fan, and has backed Ten Tonnes with regular airplay and even named him in his Alternative Tips for 2018 list. More support came from MistaJam, Phil Taggart, Jo Whiley, John Kennedy, Radio X and BBC Introducing, while MTV profiled him as a Get To Know breaking artist.
Ten Tonnes tour dates
Mixing warm tropical grooves with infectiously raw guitar melodies, Cassia, best served with white rum, have grown to be one of the most buzzing bands coming out of the North of the UK.
Cassia tour dates
Hailing from various parts of the UK, six-piece Sports Team met whilst studying at Cambridge. They’re now based in Harlesden (west London), tucked 'between the McVities biscuit factory and an evangelical church'.
Channeling a lyrical cynicism that touches on young-professionals and provincial clichés, their debut EP "Winter Nets" - recorded with producer Dave McCracken (Ian Brown, Depeche Mode, Florence + The Machine) - serves as a darkly humorous introduction to their weird world.
With influences ranging from indie pioneers Pavement, through to 90s post punk also-rans The Family Cat, Sports Team have spent 2017 cutting through the ranks of London’s live scene. Now, with a stockpile of completed tracks, tightly crafted live show and growing legion of fans, Sports Team are set to enter 2018 as one of the country’s most exciting and important discoveries.
Sports Team tour dates
"Sounds like the middle ground of hip-hop, indie and slacker-rock for fans of Jamie T and Beastie Boys" - NME
The members of Leicester 5-piece Easy Life have a shared love of Hip-Hop, Jazz, Funk and Punk, creating a musical melting pot of genres with laid-back smooth grooves, all delivered effortlessly by front man Murray.
Easy Life tour dates
Based in West Lothian, Scotland, this four-piece who grew up together are taking the Scottish scene by storm with their anthemic, sing-along indie tunes.
The Snuts tour dates
After touring as a session drummer around the world, Sara and her best friend Kirsty then spent a year secretly recording and playing secret shows, amongst which was a gig at legendary biker haunt, Ace Cafe.
"Combining sweet vocals with some killer basslines, the duo of The Pearl Harts don’t half manage to make a racket. Spiky guitars and booming drums, with hints of Queens of the Stone Age or Nirvana...there’s still so much to get your ears around..."
The Pearl Harts tour dates
Zuzu's hook-centric indie rock assimilates the noisy spirit, tunefulness, and swagger of the Brit-pop and Merseybeat of her hometown of Liverpool.
Zuzu tour dates
Sophie and the Giants are practitioners of innovative, left-leaning pop: a raw fusion of collective influences, which range from the likes of Siouxsie Sioux to Blondie and Jamie T. The band was formed by Sophie (vocals), Chris Hill (drums), Bailey Stapledon (bass) and Toby Holmes (guitar) while all four of them were still at college. Shortly after, they moved to their adoptive hometown of Sheffield where they’ve been refining their intense, life-affirming sound and rapidly expanding set of songs which have since taken them on tour with the likes of Tom Grennan, Yonaka and Reverend and The Makers.
Sophie And The Giants tour dates
Only The Poets are an indie-rock quartet based in Reading and London, who have graced the stage on BBC Introducing and have supported bands like Coasts,
Only The Poets tour dates
A Carlisle based trio who take their influences from bands including The Jam, Beatles and Teenage Fanclub.
The Postcard Band tour dates
Despite growing up in the same picturesque village, Chris Davids and Liam Ivory, aka Maribou State, customarily ignored each other at school, but discovered their shared passion for music at university in Leeds and became firm friends.
Since then they have steadily built a glowing reputation via their debut album, a string of well-loved EPs, and a fistful of remixes (Including Kelis, Lana Del Rey, and Ultraísta). Plaudits from the electronic press have flowed thick and fast alongside support from radio heavyweights: Zane Lowe, Huw Stephens, Annie Mac, Giles Peterson, and Pete Tong amongst others.
Intrigued by the dynamics of electronic music for the dance floor as much as with the richness and human quality of live instrumentation and song craft, the have worked tirelessly to evolve and forge a unique, compelling and deeply soulful marriage of the organic and the synthetic, showcased on their debut LP, Portraits.
Maribou State tour dates
Spinning deep roots, conscious world, and dark drum`n`bass,... fusing organic sounds and music technology to create a unique vibe. (Spitz)
Leftfield (DJ Set) tour dates
Jax Jones is an English DJ, record producer, singer, songwriter and remixer. He is best known for featuring on Duke Dumont's 2014 single 'I Got U', peaking at number one on the UK Singles Chart, and his 2016 single 'You Don't Know Me' featuring Raye.
Jax Jones tour dates
Aka Link Barrat, a leading Welsh junglist whose sound has been described as 'the most uplifting drum'n'bass in the universe'.
High Contrast tour dates
Danny Howard currently presents Radio 1's Dance Anthems and was the winner of their 'Superstar DJ' competition in 2011. Danny has already notched up a list of enviable gigs, including playing at Space Ibiza, Ushuaia, a bi-weekly resident at Judgement Sundays as well as Judgement in Majorca.
Danny Howard tour dates
Manchester's Krystal Klear is resident DJ at Hoya:Hoya and producer of some of the most compulsive modern disco and boogie of recent years
Krystal Klear tour dates
With a unique sound, Melé is capable of delivering on every level - from club music to deeper productions interspersed with, hip-hop snares, grimey synths at techno tempo it's Melé's rhythmic inventiveness, and virtuoso touches that really set him apart.
Mele tour dates
Many know Paul Woolford's name through the 2005/6 slow-burning hit "Erotic Discourse", released on 2020 Vision, the Leeds label with which he made his name initially. The success of this proved he has the ability to create a genre-defining sound and led to sales of over 15,000, capturing the imagination of DJs across the board.
Paul Woolford tour dates
Improv world-jazz band based around guitarist Jan Kuiper.
The Jungle Warriors tour dates
Monki's box-fresh sets include everything from piano house to hissing snares and skeleton shattering sub-bass.
Monki tour dates
Currently creating a storm, this mysterious duo have a prolific release schedule coming up with releases on PetFood, Wolf Music, Southern Fried, Sccucci Manucci & Traveller Records.
Waze & Odyssey tour dates
With more razzle-dazzle jewellery than Mr T, this novelty rap act from South Wales manage to make The Streets' Mike Skinner appear positively middle-class. The 15 chavs that make up GLC were somehow signed to independent label EastWest on the dubious strength of a handful of tracks that had been burnt to CDR and passed around the pubs of Newport. Now, armed with songs about smoking weed, shagging monkeys and, erm, 'cider enemas', they are headlining gigs around the UK.
Goldie Lookin' Chain tour dates
The Cuban Brothers are a unique entertainment proposition. Born of the loins of seventies Havana, nurtured on a diet of soulful, sexy tunes and inspired by the beats and breaks of a thousand B Boys - they're the only act that truly combines music, comedy and dancing for the more discerning crowd...
The Cuban Brothers tour dates
Fleetmac Wood is a remix project and a party dedicated to one of the greatest bands of our time, Fleetwood Mac.
Fleetmac Wood tour dates
Young eight piece from Holland Broken Brass Ensemble combine traditional New Orleans brass with hiphop, balkan, funk, fanfare in a sharp, swinging, high energy show. Their music is their own though they aren’t afraid to shake up their audiences with a surprising cover now and then.
Broken Brass Ensemble tour dates
The Urban Folk Quartet play a unique fusion of folk and world music which, combined with funky rock grooves, guarantee a performance full of energy and humour.
The West Midlands band consists of demon fiddle players Joe Broughton (Albion Band, Conservatoire Folk Ensemble) and Paloma Trigas (Carlos Nunez) with the irrepressible Dan Walsh (banjo, guitar) and storming rhythms from cajon player and percussionist Tom Chapman. The level of instrumental capability and infectious enthusiasm never fails to excite audiences everywhere.
“Up there with the best of them. Amazing musicians.” – BBC Radio 2.
The Urban Folk Quartet tour dates
Rackabeat and DJ Moneyshot collaborate to bring that vintage sound of sampled funk, psych, hip-hop and rock back to the forefront of club music.
The Allergies tour dates
Brick Lane's beatboxing veteran. This conscious Hip-hop beatboxer is known for making sick beats with just his voice and a loop station.
MC Xander tour dates
Soulful and Psychedelic, The Hempolics are an infectious mash up of Reggae, Electro, Hip-Hop, Dancehall and Rock n Pop. Formed in 2009 by producer/engineer Grippa and recently returned from extensive recording sessions in Jamaica with Faithless sooth-sayer Maxi Jazz, up and coming collective, The Hempolics, take on the classic UK reggae sounds of Matumbi, The Cimarons and Smiley Culture and give them a distinctly 21st century feel, taking in dubstep, drum & bass, garage and soul
The Hempolics tour dates
If anyone ever doubted the ability of music to re-route people's lives, a page from the formative days of CoCo and the Butterfields will soon turn that around.
It's 2012 in the town of Canterbury, where Tom Twyman has a plane ticket in his hand, for the journey to the new life he's mapped out for himself in Australia. Dulcima Showan, meanwhile, has just left sixth form college and is all set for art school in Dublin. Neither of them ever makes it, because by now they're in the early stages of a band that has other plans for them.
CoCo and the Butterfields have been on a steady and unmistakable upward incline since then, developing an enviable reputation for their exhilarating live shows as their inclusive, acoustic-based sound has ripened to maturity. During the ride, they've played to enthusiastic audiences all over the UK and Europe, both at their own gigs and countless festivals, as well as headlining at London's 02 Academy. They also signed a prestigious 2016 publishing deal with peermusic.
For all its elements of folk and Americana, this is admirably unconventional modern pop, and it's reached new levels of sophistication on their Monsters EP.
Coco And The Butterfields tour dates
Têtes de Pois are a 'genre-bending 7-piece instrumental band, fresh on the scene, mashing up hiphop, Afrobeat, soul, jazz and more.'
Tetes De Pois tour dates
An exciting 4-piece instrumental group formed by composer / producer Aaron Wheeler (aka Laszlo) and fellow producer and guitarist Todd Baker. Described as "blissfully different", their refreshing brand of original fusion-based music is rich in harmony and groove, showcasing the diversity and depth of their compositional skill and musicianship. Aaron and Todd are joined by an impressive rhythm section, featuring in-demand drummer Sophie Alloway, and the talented Ida Hollis on Bass.
Lydian Collective tour dates
Snazzback have been busking the cold-stretch in Bristol, bringing the streets an echo of something else. Their songs play with undulating jazz/ improvisation shimmering afro-cuban rhythms and deep soul/funk grooves. Having hosted several impromptu street-parties last summer in Bristol, the 5-piece street-jazzers are now between street and stage, to bring their freezing new grooves inside and play them off piste!
Snazzback tour dates
Manchester born heavy-funk/soul band The Plimp Souls are brought together by one vision: to play a fresh blend of authentic raw funk. This tight, nine-piece ensemble brings a new twist to the scene. The Plimp Souls are diggin deep into their vaults to bring an exciting selection of rare Funk & Soul .
The Plimp Souls tour dates
Frontman with Manchester indie gods The Charlatans, Tim also performs solo gigs playing a mix of old favourites and new tunes. A busy man, he is also an in-demand DJ playing a heady mix of northern soul, funk and indie when behind the decks. Tim has also turned writer, publishing his well-received biographies 'Telling Stories' and 'Tim Book Two'.
Tim Burgess tour dates
Brighton three-piece Our Girl are singer/guitarist Soph Nathan, bassist Josh Tyler and drummer Lauren Wilson. Nathan’s honest, personal lyrics float in a delicious array of sounds: rhythmic drum and guitar hooks make dynamic jumps to thick garage-rock riffs, then suddenly cut to beautiful, intimate moments of lone guitar and reverb-hugged vocals.
Our Girl tour dates
The Lake Poets is one man from Sunderland called Martin Longstaff. Described as 'stunningly affecting and haunting', the music of The Lake Poets incorporates delicate finger-picked guitar, gorgeous melodies and moving, intelligent and thought-provoking lyricism. Martin's vocal is hauntingly beautiful and his honest and personal songwriting has created a buzz too strong to be ignored by the likes of BBC Radio1 and 6 Music.
The Lake Poets tour dates
A cinematic, post rock band from Leeds whose influences include S;int, Tool and Sonic Youth.
Band Of Hope tour dates
The Smiths Ltd are the only Smiths Tribute Band from Manchester, UK.
The Smiths Ltd tour dates
Former Inspiral Carpets frontman and Manchester legend making an appearance behind the decks.
Clint Boon tour dates
A five piece band from Essex who spent their first year together only performing in the close cofnines of a practice room in North London. One of the UK’s most promising young bands with guitar-driven indie-folk hooks reinforced by beautifully orchestrated horns, punctuated rhythms and the emphatic vocals of lead singer James Kellegher.
Eliza & The Bear tour dates
The 99 Degree pull influences from all over creating a sound that reminds you of everything but imitates nothing. Taking major influence from '50s Rock n Roll, '60s Garage Rock and a big hit of The Doors and the punishing sound of the early Velvet Underground at their loudest, if the legendary Nuggets Box Set was released tomorrow they would be the first band on there. After launching in early 2015, The 99 Degree are ready to show what they have and we think you're gonna like it.
The 99 Degree tour dates
Highly rated Manchester 3-piece Psychedelic Garage Rock band who have supported Moon Duo, Syd Arthur, The Liminanas, King Tuff, Sextile.
Supported by BBC 6 Music's Steve Lamacq and Chris Hawkins, Radio X and KEXP, playlisted by Amazing Radio and tipped by blogs like Little Indie Blogs, Lopuder Than War and Fred Perry Subculture.
The thing I love about Hey Bulldog is they have so many influences from across the rock spectrum and they seem to fuse them absolutely wonderfully into spine chilling results' Charlie Ashcroft, Amazing Radio
"You can have your money back if you hear a better guitar song than that all day' Chris Hawkins BBC Radio 6 Music
‘Some of The Best Garage Rock on the planet’ The Revue
Hey Bulldog tour dates