Joseph Rogers

Joseph Rogers was brought up on the music of Elvis Presley & Queen from the early age of 4. He started playing drums at a very early age and continued to play drums for 15 years and utilised this skill on his studies at Richmond Upon Thames College where he studied 'Music Technology'. The influences of Elvis Presley, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Robert Plant, Freddie Mercury & Mick Jagger finally took over and he joined a Beatles tribute band where he taught himself to sing and play guitar, bass & piano...

Jack Light

After being surrounded by the music and studio lifestyle through his family, Jack Light started rapping at the age of 12 and had his first track played by Mary Anne Hobbs on Radio 1. By 16 his first official video 'The Arrival' was released on Channel AKA and debuted at #3 on their urban chart. This then saw the release of his music video ‘Underground’. The single was licensed to the AKA compilation CD. Jack's third track 'Hokkien' was played by DJ Semtex on 1Xtra where he said Jack is 'a lyrical beast at the age of 16'.


Energetic Indie Rock drawing comparisons to Kings of Leon & The Strokes. The Vigilantes pride themselves on a tight, fast paced and audacious live presence, reminiscent of an early Arctic Monkeys with an attitude to match. Their live shows have rightfully earned them support slots with bands such as: The Subways, Man Made and Frankie & The Heartstrings with their latest singles "Rather Be You Instead" and "Fairweather Friends" having received fantastic responses from BBC Introducing. "I love it. I love them so much.

The Youts

The Youts are a four piece Indie band from Surrey that's currently trying to climb out from a small suburban world. They write about the world and people around them each song being a small observation about suburban life and the hidden away problems everybody has. A sound that contains a mixture of heavy garage rock, punk or indie anthems.


Dirty Thumbs are a 4 piece based in London and sound like the bastard love child of the Stooges, Nirvana, MC5, and the Stones rolled into one. Contemporary and classic punk rock heavily laced with grunge.

They are fresh from recording 3 track E.P. “Hurt Me Like You Used To Do”, a fast paced AC/DC Kinks freak out; “I Don't Want It From You”, a brooding clash of Queen's Of The Stone Age and Nirvana; and “Play Dumb”, an epic and driving piece that touches on sounds from the Stones and the Stone Roses.


Originally formed with a passion for performing their own original music. TOMMYANDMARY's influences come from many situations that they have felt the need to project to their audience. These situations are very easily empathised by those that feel in-prisoned or judged by society.

Young Francis

Young Francis is a One Man Garage Punk Band from Brighton, playing drums by foot and guitar by hand. Young Francis plays 2 minute songs about girls. FFO: Ramones and White Stripes mixed together.

The Rioters

​Formed sometime around 2014 when Rae answered Jon's advert in a lonely hearts column, The Rioters developed from a failed tryst into a functioning (just about) band. Though the physical bond between the two was never realised, they did have a common interest in long walks on the beach. professional dog grooming and most importantly good ol' fashioned punk with a political slant and a back to basics DIY approach. 

Space Blaster

Space Blaster is the musical alias of brothers Jamie (23) and Tom (26), practicing and playing together for well over a decade and both with years of engineering experience for top UK producers, the duo have a honed in vision and ear for live rock music. Inspired by the likes of Queens Of The Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys, The Dead Weather and Royal Blood, Space Blaster take you on a journey through their unique blend of heavy blues riffs, ear licking hooks and razor sharp synths over a sea of thundering rhythms.


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