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Cosmosis: The Warlocks + The KVB + The Telescopes + The Cult Of Dom Keller + Lola Colt + John J Presley + The Underground Youth + Michael A Grammar + Baseventura + Deep Space + Enemies Eyes + The Family Wolves + Kindest Of Thieves + Ruby Tuesday + Euchrid Eucrow
Dark, luscious and psychedelic rock five-piece from Los Angeles led by their multi-talented frontman and songwriter Bobby Hecksher. The Warlocks started because of the their mutual love of all things Rock and Roll. A love a lot of 60s, 70s and some 80s inspired music. They are not a retro band though, always striving to try something new.
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Darker and more experimental than the likes of My Bloody Valentine or Loop, The Telescopes have yet to achieve the commercial success they perhaps deserve. Now Stephen Lawrie has now re-awakened the beast with a clutch of new songs and a slimmed down line-up.
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Taking their name from a 60's spaghetti western, Lola Colt are a sexy, imposing six-piece with 3 girls and 3 guys, fronted by captivating Danish vocalist Gun. Winning plenty of admirers and an NME Radar Buzz piece before they've even released a note, Lola Colt have been making waves across London with their raw, powerful live performances.
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Citing influences from Tom Waits, The Kills, Josh T Pearson & Duke Garwood, John Presley & his band conjure up their own concoction of Blues with a Folk Noir attention to detail. Live, Presley is a powerhouse of fuzz, tone and grandeur alongside moments of delicate song writing and controlled performance. Described by BBC Radio 1’s Phil Taggart as fulfilling “music’s need for a new dark lord”, Presley has also seen praise from The Guardian, Q Magazine, Classic Rock Magazine, The Independent, The Quietus and many more.
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A Nottingham band drawing on mile-wide influences to create distinctive alternative music.
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Deep Space brings together four players from the Invaders Of The Heart band morphing various rhythm structures in an improvised trance-dub state.
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Enemies Eyes are a Manchester-based band who play dark, alternative, gritty rock and roll.
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Kindest of Thieves is Christopher J Fox, writer, musician, singer, guitarist and one man band.
Fox blends elements of rag time, swing, early jazz, gypsy, early blues, American folk, and an array of roots music stylings with a truly modern and unique treatment.
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Ruby Tuesday are a two piece two piece bluesy rock band. Formed in early 2011 the two piece band decided to go on their own after playing in the Manchester music scene with several established bands. Finding mutual influences in the likes of The Doors, Dead Weather, The Kills, Dylan
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