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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.
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Red Rum Club
'Red Rum Club are a alternative rock sextet from Liverpool that formed in 2014, combing sounds of old and new channelling ‘Tarntino-esque’ wild western vibes with the help of a solitary trumpet. Amongst the 80s Liverpool influence they also deliver a modern twist of poetic yet catchy lyrics and melodies that blend to make the sound that is unmistakably, Red Rum Club.'
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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.
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The Sundowners are a five-piece band of siblings and friends from just across the Mersey, in The Wirral. They're cooking up a melting pot of musical influences including Fleetwood Mac, Crosby Stills and Nash, Rolling Stones and Muddy Waters. After taking their time, writing real songs, putting on great gigs and capturing an avid audience around the country, they did a knockout performance on The BBC Introducing Stage at none other than Glastonbury Festival. "The Sundowners are an undoubtedly exciting prospect with a very defined sense of who they are" - NME.
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Whilst keeping a relatively-low profile, Liverpool trio The Mysterines have managed to gather a fair bit of buzz for their impressive, punchy live shows, having supported the likes of Miles Kane and fellow Introducing-alumni The Vryll Society. Their songs are fierce, high-energy affairs underpinned by relentless bass and drums, and bolstered by lead signer Lia Metcalfe's snarling vocals. Hit play, sit back and prepare to bang your head.
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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.
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The Peach Fuzz
Liverpool Indie-rock five-piece. "From sounding like AC/DC‘s musical baby cousins to playing Temples–like riffs, the band made it impossible not to like them. The charisma of singer, Nathaniel Cummings, in a red, velvet top raised the energy of the band to its peak" - Get Into This.co.uk
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Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard
Cardiff band making indie dream pop with songs that explore weighty concepts of time, money, politics and vanity.
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Top notch Liverpool singer-songwriter with a unique brand of acoustic folk.
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Cut Glass Kings
A psychedelic three-piece band from Birmingham who are signed to The Coral’s James and Ian Skelly’s Skeleton Key Records.
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Average Sex is a 5 piece indie pop band formed in East London in the summer of 2016 by Laetitia Bocquet and Sam O'Donovan.
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Life At The Arcade
Life At The Arcade are a four piece indie pop rock band from Liverpool. The quartet consists of Paddy Clegg (vocals and guitar), Ben Truman (bass), Adam Holmes (lead guitar) and Paul Crilly (drums). Since forming in 2015 Life At The Arcade's upbeat indie pop rock has seen them grab the attention of UK gig and festival goers, BBC introducing and BBC 6 music alike. 'Huge catchy choruses ready for festival main stages, paired with grungy undertones' Gigslutz
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The Seamonsters are an indie pop band from Sheffield, driven by ethereal vocals and 80s inspired synths. Influenced by Pulp, Altered Images and Orange Juice.
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When The Difference from St Helens exploded onto the North West circuit they left seasoned star spotters spluttering at their sheer audacity, intrigue and power of their live shows. Their passion makes a night in the company of AC/DC seem like a snooze by the shores of Swan Lake. With kick-arse riffs and epileptic inducing rhythms, their sawing melodies reflect the desperate mood of a failing nation. With influences ranging from the Chili Peppers, Led Zep, Guns & Roses and The Strokes, The Difference evade pigeon-holing and confront the past with a future that spells 'I love you'.
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The Fernweh, Monks, Kangaroos, Dan Disgrace, Lucy Gaffney, Ana Mae, Tracky, Hushtones
- Leasowe Road
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