WAIT are a 2-piece indie-punk band from Basingstoke and Alresford who write and perform their own songs – Spencer Carroll: vocals and electric guitar, Josh Fletcher on drums. They formed the band 5 years ago while at school and although both lads are only 17 they have already played festivals including Blissfields, Alresford Music Festival and B-Love where they opened for Reef on the main stage. They recently opened for the Brand New Heavies at Weyfest 2019, after winning the Battle Of The Bands.


Queensway are an up and coming band hailing from all over London. They have a unique blend of Indie
rock and punk edged music, describing themselves as ‘energetic, rebellious and a little bit reckless’. Their
debut single ‘Queensway’ is released May 10th 2019 and brings with it a refreshing sound to the London
music scene, whilst still being reminiscent of iconic English bands including The Clash and The Buzzcocks

Break Fate

Made up of lead singer Mashana Malowa, lead guitarist Ricky Thompson and drummer Oliver Cartwright, the trio draw influences from bands like Knuckle Puck, Mallory Knox and Say Anything which blend to form their unique old school sound.

Their first single: Miraculous, was released in January 2018. The track delves into the bands coming of age attitude towards putting pen to paper and expressing their angst regarding transitioning from self doubt to self belief.

King Pine

King Pine are an up and coming noise punk band from Surrey, consisting of Jake Lane(vocals, guitar), Charlie Gibbons(guitar), Conner Draper(bass), and Sam Sanders(drums).

King Pine’s combination of bluntly political, emotional lyrics with raw and powerful music bring a refreshingly youthful intensity to the modern punk scene. With big things surely on the horizon, this is a band you don’t want to miss.

The Dizzies

We are an up-and-coming rock band from South London who tries to stay true to the origins of classic rock and punk while still remaining aware of the progress of the genres have made over time. We take on both covers and originals as we find our footing in the local industry, and use inspiration from our favourite artists who have preceded us to carry on forward in the music that we love.


Since forming in 2017, Reminders have paved the way for their own, self-coined genre they call 'beach punk'. Whether touring the UK's small venues or playing the main stage of the Isle of Wight Festival's 50th Anniversary (along with The Killers, Camila Cabello and Liam Gallagher), the band have very much proved themselves as ones to watch on the up and coming music scene.

Johnny's Gun

Johnny's Gun is a progressive punk band from Fulham. We are a 4 piece band and all study at BIMM college. We have recently started working on my originals, which I have been working on for 4 years. Since forming the band, we have developed our set to resonate influences such as The Kills, Wolf Alice and Pink Floyd, creating an atmosphere that is both psychedelic and energetic.

Hopeless Heroic

Occupying a space of mind far from the stereotypical world of Rock and Roll and egotistical landscape of celebrity culture, Hopeless Heroic are simply 5 inspirational guys who have built something from the ground up and are out to prove to their loyal fans that anything is possible, the pursuit of a dream is worth dying for.


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