The Petty Thieves

We are the spawn of an idea and a huge passion for music that rapidly become more than just an idea.
Having been Sam, Jac and Callum for a few months meeting up, writing and jamming ideas about, April 2015 was the true starting point when Nato came along. We had been searching for that rare breed (the elusive drummer) and finally one popped up, and he just so happened to be an alright fella too...bonus!

Bin Raiders

Bin Raiders are a band of musicians born into a culture of dead and closing venues, rising rent prices and bureaucracy.. Playing an intense fusion of genres from psychedelic punk to ska and rock n roll. We want to make you move! we want to make you angry! Leave your ego at the door!

Eat Your Greens

Eat Your Greens is an exciting new band based in
bath with a truly global sound. Their worldwide
reggae-rock epics have caught the hungry ears of
listeners from far and wide, but it is their live shows
where they really shine. Proud to be the purveyors of
the kind of electric energy that will rock even the
sleepiest of venues, they have the international
festival scene well within their sights. With their
charismatic Uruguayan frontman, they manage to
bring together a Manu Chau-esq Spanish charm, with

Will And The People

Will And The People consists of Will Rendle (lead singer, guitar, bass), Jim Ralphs (Hammond organ and Melodica), Charlie Harman (drums) and Jamie Rendle (guitar/ bass). They met at the Glastonbury Festival and moved to a village west of London where they live, rehearse and write.

Heavyball

Nottingham born, London based, Heavyball are a hard rocking 'New Tone' band. Heavyball is fronted by Bigface on guitar and vocals with his brother Habs on drums and best mate Johnny Iball on bass. 2014 saw them joined by Tom 'Stone Cold' Frost on lead guitar. Heavyball have toured with the Kaiser Chiefs in the UK and Europe and supported Ska legends The Selecter. Heavyball's addictive melodies and energetic live performances has seen them play festivals all over the UK and headlining Harlem Shuffle festival in the Netherlands.

Nat and the Noise Brigade

Hailing from East London, Nat and the Noise Brigade make eclectic, upbeat tunes infested with brass, flutes, and whatever else they can get their hands on.
The songs are substantial and irreverent in equal doses, with lyrical content bouncing from environmental destruction and gender roles to being late and the colour blue. Mixing up the set with varying versions and arrangements, whilst chucking in a cover here and there, no two Nat and the Noise Brigade performances are identical!

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