We are a 4 piece female fronted UK Alternative Rock band, all currently studying at ICMP in London. Since our first ever show at The Horn, we have been gigging regularly around Hertfordshire, Essex and London. We also played Balstock 2017 and hopefully will be returning for 2018. With influences from bands like "Catfish and the Bottlemen" and Marmozets, our music ranges from sing-along catchy choruses to heavy instrumental breakdowns. We are currently working on our debut EP which will be available for 2018!

Fabian Jack

FabianJack are a lively five piece Indie Rock outfit. Formed in late 2016, they offer an energetic live performance with an uptempo vibe and catchy melodies. The band make clear references to rock and dance music a like, with a touch of 80's influence.


Female fronted four piece from Maidstone, Kent who specialise in creating brooding, atmospheric Alt/Indie. Their unique sound has seen them produce a stunning debut EP that has gained them airplay on BBC Introducing. With influences from Warpaint, The Smiths & Beach House.

Cats On The Beach

We mainly tear around London in ubers that are usually too small for our equipment to play shows that are usually too loud for any clear detection of Rob's vocals. Before these shows we often grab a falafel, have a stab at amusing conversation and, when that fails, move onto existential philosophy, animal rights and red wine. En route back to the venue we vape and compare egos. Career highlights include BBC Radio coverage and gigs for the Joe Strummer Foundation for New Music. Gary Crowley, a BBC DJ, said we were 'the band he had been waiting for', which was sweet of him.

J Lee and the Hoodoo Skulls

J Lee and The Hoodoo Skulls- dirty riffs, stomping swamp percussion and gutsy vocals are typically the stuff of biker rock legend that you'd find somewhere down an American highway. This Surrey based band blend Americana with bluesy retro vibes to create their unique brand of urban blues rock. With a sound this big, you'll have to pinch yourself to remember that they come from the UK.


Hallan performs music with reverb drenched guitar and words that are upfront and real just as they should be. Born and raised on the southcoast of the Uk, Hallan is the indie/alternative project of Conor Clements. Birthed from bedroom demos and lofi gear, Hallan mixes elements of jazz with the attitude and honesty of homegrown, do it yourself, indie rock.


After graduating from the University of Surrey in 2015, they combined their varied and eclectic musical influences into a unique hybrid. STITCH fuse intricate vocal harmonies with lush, emotive textures and infectious rhythm. They blend an organic and raw musical sensibility with modern electronic elements and a technological prowess that together, create a captivating live show. The band were 2016 finalists of London’s Pride’s Got Talent, earning a performance at the Trafalgar Square stage, to an audience in excess of 15,000.

Victory Through Sound

Charged with a desire to make ‘big-on-melody’ epic and anthemic guitar songs, Andy Vaughan (Ex – 90s hopefuls Boy Girl Soup) formed Victory Through Sound with Spencer Parker (various 90s post punk bands) during the winter of 2015. With a vision to craft wide-open and expansive, heroic sounding songs, Vaughan and Parker spent 2016 writing and recording demos and piecing together the remainder of the band.

Chasing Ghosts

Born out of a passion to create dark and heavy rock music, Chasing Ghosts was formed by Lee Brueton. Influenced by bands such as Paradise Lost, Anathema, Moonspell and driven by a desire to give the UK rock scene some much needed fresh blood. In contrast to most bands within this genre, Chasing Ghosts have carved their own unique sound, with clean vocals and emotive lyrics that are there to be heard and not hidden, compliment and not dominate. Their songs evoke emotions of fear, sadness, loss and regret, entwined within each doom laden guitar riff.


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London-based, up and coming Indie Rock band - coming through with fast and sweaty tunes. Gigs are always beautifully messy.


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