Three piece Alt-Rock Band, from London.
MASK are a small noise rock duo from Bedford/Milton Keynes, consisting of Berd Ranolds (bass and vocals) and Reece Mott (drums). MASK's debut EP 'Addiction and Dependency (live at Bedford Esquires)' is out now on all major streaming platforms.
4-piece post-punk/grunge band from South East London. For fans of shame, pixies and queens of the Stone Age.
We are a 3-piece alt-rock band inspired by bands like Nirvana, Marmozets, Nothing But Thieves and Royal Blood, we’re influenced by powerful, gritty, heartfelt music and we do our best to capture this kind of raw energy in our own songwriting and performace. Our music centres around big riffs, chunky distortion, growling basslines, pounding grooves, swirling delays and angsty vocals.
Timbertwig is an alternative, indie guitar band from London. Their music fuses fragile and melancholic themes and melodies with overdriven amp sonics and big choruses. Timbertwig was formed in May 2016 by Nick Avery and Michal Geisler. Although a ‘new’ band, the group have a long musical history, gigging in Europe and the UK in various bands...Nick Avery (guitar, voice) was the drummer and founder member of the ‘lofi’ 'slow-core' band Tram, signed to Setanta.
WATERFOOLS are a three piece Alternative Rock band from Oxford made up of Wilf Cartwright (Vocals and Guitar), George Langford (Bass) and Jamie Langford (Drums).
Formed in 2016, they are known for their heavy guitar riffs, thrashing drum beats and catchy choruses which have combined to define their sound, as well as their poetic lyrics that cryptically portray issues surrounding adolescence in the 21st century.
Similar artists include Foo Fighters, Drenge, Ty Segall and King Nun.
Three Dead - an energetic, riff driven rock band hailing from Bristol, who have somehow been quoted as having 'the potential to become one of Wales’ most loved grunge bands' - Stargazer Magazine. Highlights include playing alongside No Violet, Last Hyena & Heavy on the Ride, releasing their debut self titled EP through Quasar Sounds and filming a ridiclous clown inspired bouncy castle action music video for their single I'm OK. Expect some noise for 2019.
Formed in 2004, Left Eye Perspective is a progressive metal band from Ghent, Belgium. Boiling down elements of progressive metal and stoner rock, with flashes of rock and grunge music, their sound encompasses heavy riffing, proggy melodies and grungy vocals. The lyrics often refer to the infinity of space, desolate plains and immutable time as metaphors for melancholia, solitude and defiance. Their first release, in 2017, was a single called The Wanderer, a 7min rollercoaster of riffage. In 2019 the EP DEFIANCE is released by Dust&Bones Records.
Mandy for Girls is a grunge/rock band from Dorset. Mia, Ollie and Polly and Ruby became a four-piece band in 2015. Since then, the band have been gigging locally and writing more and more. Prior to Ruby joining the band, Mia, Ollie and Polly started out by writing songs and performing them to their families and friends in various living rooms across Dorset.