Flowers Of Evil

 
"It’s the equal servings of power and genius in the musicianship that their fanbase has come to expect as well as their most confident output to date.” – Abacus Post (What Little I Had Left EP Review)
 
Flowers of Evil are a heavy rock four-piece originally from Newcastle upon Tyne, now based in London.
Led by frontman Lee Haley and guitarist Dave Burdis, they gathered a dedicated following in their hometown for their intricate yet bludgeoning brand of muscular alt-jazz-rock.
 

Caged and Wired

Born in early 2013 from a combined love of classic and blues rock, London-based four-piece Caged and Wired come armed with impressive riffs and powerful vocals. Our good time anthemic rock n’ roll is punctuated with modern pop hooks and sure to appeal to a range of tastes. 

Rhyn

Chris Black – lead vocals, keys
Guy Johnston – guitar, vocals
Dan Marr – bass
Rhys Coombs – drums

Hailing from Buckinghamshire, Rhyn were initially formed by Chris Black (lead vocals, piano), Guy Johnston (guitar, vocals) and Dan Marr (bass). They played with a number of different short-lived drummers over the years, with Guy handling the drums duties for the band’s first demo. The line-up was completed in 2012 when old friend Rhys Coombs joined the ranks and cemented his place behind the kit.

The Sirens

The Sirens are a 3 piece Alternative rock band from London who formed in summer 2012 through a shared love of Nirvana, Queens of the Stone Age and The Beatles. Since forming we have built a loyal fanbase and have enjoyed regular plays on Amazing radio, Shoreditch radio, Moheak Radio (Los Angeles) and KAOS radio in Portland Oregon and have played headlining shows for lots of London venues such as The Purple Turtle, The Barfly, as well as lots of warehouse parties such as the Hideaway Festival in Seven Sisters.
 
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Sonitus

 

Sonïtus is a melting pot of cultures that explores the beautiful, the devious and carnal sides of the human psyche. Formed in East London by Dein Moore, Russell Balogun and Nathan Chan. Sonïtus was created with ideas blending elements of RnB, Progressive Rock and Soul seamlessly, to carve a path in music that was their own.

Kodeta

Drenched in Hard-Rock, reeking of Experimentalism and displaying a sizeable Drum & Bass scar; Kodeta is returning from a musical expedition clutching a new species of song.
Kodeta set off at the turn of the century and following a relentless display of prowess at over 100 shows in the last year alone; serious noise is being made in the Norfolk music scene.

My Favourite Liar

My Favourite Liar are a piece alternative rock band based in London, with influences from every corner of the punk, pop, metal and hard rock spectrum. Having received critical acclaim in their native East Midlands, they have relocated to the capital and already love the music scene.

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