Storm Fortress is a Heavy Rock power duo based in West London. We have been active for 2 years, playing all over London. Our music is inspired by our life experiences and we try to make everyone feel the same way we do and pass on a message. Every time we play live, we try to engage with the audience on a spiritual level, as well as give everything to make it an unique experience. Our main influences are Queen, Foo Fighters, Def Leppard, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan and many more.
Lo Williams - Astronaut rumoured to have been left on the dark side of the moon during the last unpublicised Apollo 17 space mission.
Lo Williams - Big on the alt/hip hop/rock underground scene in the 90's this will be their first re-union gig since 1998. Their last outro gig supporting The P-Funk Allstars at the Brixton Academy. (shouldn't have been the last, well... long story ;) )
DEPARTED - Taking on influences ranging from Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, Slash, KISS, to Incubus, John Mayer! 2016 has been a fantastic ride for the band seeing them traveling thousands of miles and opening for the likes of Status Quo (at Parc y Scarlets Stadium, Big Country, Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons, Chuck Mosley(Faith No More) John Coghlan, Bad Touch, Massive, Mitch Malloy (Van Halen), Broken Witt Rebels, Aiden, Graham Bonnet Band as well as appearing at many festivals including Hard Rock Hell, Looe Music Festival and making their first appearance overseas!
Radiosaurus do stoner rock and dirty grunge but in a cool way, from Plymouth UK.
Incredibly raucous but tightly focussed on their live performances. For fans of QOTSA, Nirvana, beers, tinnitus etc.
Radiosaurus made BBC Introducing Devon's 'Best of 2017' playlist with Something About You.
We're not very complicated. A stupidly loud grunge band with a big stage prescence and attitude. Nothing fazes us. Dreaming of bigger things.
Reventure blend heavy guitars with synths, in a similar vein to Enter Shikari and Bring Me The Horizon. The band has featured on BBC Radio 1, BBC Introducing, played at Common People and Blissfields festivals, among regular live gigs across the UK. Reventure pride themselves on highly energetic and unique gigs.
Saints Of Sin have been delivering their brand of excessive Hard Rock debauchery since 2013 and the party hasn’t stopped yet! The band are based on the South Coast of England but have been busy touring the rest of the country since their formation. The motley crew of lost boys features brothers Marcus ‘Sparxx’ Jenkins on guitar and Ash Jenkins on bass, Rui Brito on vocals, Josh Rose on Drums and newest member Sophie Burrell also on guitar.
'Coming out of the alleyways of Galway with a chip on their shoulder and the hangover from hell, Dead Horse Jive are an original Rock n' Roll/ Hard Rock band who bring energetic live performances to the crowd on their never-ending quest to have a good time. Formed in 2016 when guitarist Blind Mick Joyce brought in frontman Darragh O'Brien and 5 star maitre D John Martin Tierney'. 'It was nice to have someone who brought a touch of class to the proceedings', noted Mick, blissfully unaware of the other's reputations.
Artiphunk create vibrant and hard-edged funk rock. James Mattey and the Clifford brothers never fail to provide a unique show with a radiant assortment of their own original material. Their debut EP, ‘Punch of Phunk’, is out now on Spotify and iTunes soon to be followed by their new single ‘Joy Ride’ coming out in Spring 2018. They have also recorded and filmed a live session with BBC Introducing Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
VAN DER NEER play soul soaked rock music. This York based quartet, formed in 2015, comprises the talents of Simon Snaize (Vocal and Guitar), Stuart Fletcher [The Seahorses, Happy Mondays, St. Etienne] (Bass), Dave Hartley [Hijak Oscar] (Drums) and Carl Hetherington [Hijak Oscar], (Keys/Guitar). The songs effortlessly blend retro and contemporary rock influences. There are riffs that would make Jimmy Page blush, rhythms that groove like a night at Stax and Beatlesque melodies that turn round your brain for days.
Sid Glover and Rob Ellershaw of Heaven's Basement, together with Tom Harris and Al Junior, form new band The Cruel Knives. Debut EP "Side One" available now.