Sneaky Toy

Sneaky Toy are a pop-punk-rock/melodic-hardcore band, born in 2017 from the idea of Andrea Zanolla and Simone Stocheli, guitar players and singers in Trieste's historical band: My Space Invaders.
The goal was to try a new kind of punk rock, with faster rhythms, catchy guitar riffs, more personal sounds and with a powerful but at the same time melodic female voice.
This idea came true when the two met Leo Bugatto, singer of Vidiam, a melodic-post-harcore band from Trieste.

Kahuna

Kahuna are an explosive ska punk six piece formed in 2016 in Newcastle Upon Tyne. The band provide a fresh take on the familiar ska punk sound, combining upbeat infectious ska rhythms with playful, catchy melodies and an unrelenting DIY punk rock ethos. Drawing influence from a diverse range of bands from Sublime and Streetlight Manifesto to Less Than Jake and Neck Deep.

WAVES (UK)

Formed in 2012, Waves have gone on to play some of the most prestigious venues on the south coast of England, including Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms, Isle of Wight Festival and Southampton Joiners as well as enjoying playing to busy crowds in London. Their debut self-titled EP was released in the summer of 2013 at a hometown show, to a sold-out crowd. 2014 saw the release of two more singles, which gained radio airplay and interest from press overseas, leading up to a special performance live in HMV Southampton as part of their ‘Digital Week’ and another sold-out hometown show.

Guilty Rascals

We're a punk rock band based in South Wales bringing back the music we love. We're gearing up to lead the charge of a punk rock takeover! With the politics and people in general that are around these days, punk rock has no better time than to rear its head than right now. We take our inspiration from the likes of Green Day, Blink-182 and Alkaline Trio. We bring as much energy as we can to the stage. We believe that if it looks like we're having fun on stage, the audience will join in. So many bands these days just stand there, perform a song and then move on to the next song.

Bombs for Breakfast

Bombs for Breakfast are a Punk Rock band from The Midlands, UK. With explosive guitar riffs and lyrics that reference pop culture to Orwell, Bombs for Breakfast are bringing their high energy sound to the UK rock scene.

A Few Too Many

Cambridge based pop punks A Few Too Many have already created a stellar live reputation by delivering highly intensive, interactive and energetic performances with more than a twinge of fun and humour thrown in to every show.

Follower

Brand new alt-rock five-piece FOLLOWER have announced the release of their debut EP 'Against the Ropes' and revealed the first two singles which have been released on all music platforms.

The 6-track EP, like many debuts, started in a bedroom with the whole band closely involved in writing; drawing from their own experiences as a collective and as individuals. The EP was then recorded at Outhouse studios with Simon Jackman, who also mixed and mastered the tracks.

Counterfeit Youth

Counterfeit Youth are a 5 piece pop punk/alt rock group hailing from Newcastle Upon Tyne. The band formed in 2016 initially playing covers however soon began writing their own material, taking influences from Blink-182, Biffy Clyro and Strange Bones to name just a few.

Within a year the group gained a great local following and were snapped up by Soundhub record label in Belper in the summer of 2017. They began recording of their first single with Soundhub in November 2017 and produced an EP which they released through their own label on 7th April 2018.

Higher Ground

Higher Ground are a five piece rock band based in the London/Essex vicinity of England. We’ve been putting up with each other’s nonsense for 3 PAINFUL years and are looking forward to finally bringing some of that nonsense to the outside world. Our likes include pinch harmonics, double kick pedal drum beats, a modest amount of screaming and long walks on the beach. Our turn offs include ballads (although we may concede on occasion), mosh pit injuries and Donald Trump rallies.

The Face

The Face originated from Hornchurch in East London and were part of the 1979 Mod revival.

They played their self penned songs on the London gig circuit from August 1979 when they made their debut supporting Paul Jones (Manfred Mann) and The Blues Band, through to February 1980 when they played their final gig headlining at Ilford Town hall.

Their music resembles the 60s beat genre, but with a definite 70s new wave influence to give it a hard edge and high energy.

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