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Friday 3rd June and Saturday 4th June the weekend after the May Bank Holiday.
After the success of AWTP 2015, they are coming back for another adventure down the Rabbit Hole in the grounds of The Cross Keys Inn.
Bringing an eclectic mix of genres for a celebration of independent and alternative music.
Post punk legends Department S have moved on since the days of Is Vic There? and Going Left Right.
See 2 tour dates featuring Department S
Pussycat & The Dirty Johnsons
The formidable Pussycat is renowned for prowling the audience whilst the adrenaline fuelled Dirty Johnson boys pound out their infectious blend of punk rock 'n' roll. Like all cats they are hard to pin down and have been described as one of the most incendiary live bands in London.
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A tribute to Gary Numan.
See Global Citizen tour dates
An electronic / industrial artist from Toronto.
See Ayria tour dates
A four piece band from London whose influences include The Cure, The Doors and Prince.
See Deadcuts tour dates
Deviant UK offer an arsenal of contemporary programming, soaring synthesisers, industrial percussion loops and cold vocals. More powerful than synth pop, more melodic than EBM, with Gary Numan-esque vocals. There is a vitality here, a lust for life, however dark that lust may be.
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AlterRed's sound mixes electronic beats and sounds, ripping bass and avante-garde piano, then tops it off with strong and soaring vocals. With an array of recognizable influences from Depeche Mode, through David Bowie to Nine Inch Nail and then to The Dresden Dolls and IAMX, the end result is a unique melting-pot of sound and imagery.
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Flesh Eating Foundation
A Midlands band that produces electro punk for misfits and horror junkies.
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Go Go Cult
Surf, garage and punk sounds featuring Bill Fadden. Signed to Western Star, they are heavily influenced by The Cramps, Link Wray, GG Allin and The Sonics.
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A rock'n'roll act.
See The Vultures tour dates
A three piece band who are mainly influenced by the sounds of post-punk/cold wave and indie from 1978 - 1984 and the 90s American ‘Grunge’ and punk scenes. Imagine David Bowie and Iggy Pop’s Berlin years mixed with a dash of Bolan glam, the disparate sound of Joy Division and early Cure, the energy and darkness of 90s ‘Grunge’ with the melodies of Martin L Gore and power of The Chameleons and Echo & the Bunnymen - this is Luxury Stranger.
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Babal reveal a dystopian, sideways view of life; their psych/art-rock approach calling up comparisons with Talking Heads and Patti Smith. The band have gathered great responses around the UK and Europe and have also played live soundtracks for Alternative Cinema presentations. Karen Langleys’ sharp lyrics and powerfully fluid vocals soar over groove-driven soundscapes and songs, meshed with blistering guitars. Alice the Worker, (mime), observes and behaves badly. Signed to Seattle’s Dgenerate Records, Babal’s latest EP, “Hanging In The Balance” rocks against the status quo. Darker and more fierce than ever, the new material marks a creative turning point for the band. Fabulous, charming, sardonic, soulful; and working class. Exceptional.
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'Amanda Palmer took acid and joined a grunge band'. Prank Rock
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Homes For The Elite
A proper band with proper people.
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London industrial heavy metallers. In 2019 they celebrate their 20th anniversary.
See Die Kur tour dates
Female fronted narco punk ramalama psych band.
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Be My Enemy, Unstoppable Achievers, Inertia, Doghouse, The Underrunners, Nine Day Decline, Smiling Skull Ring, Kill The Colossi, Mr Strange, Vain Galen