Dutch Criminal Record

Dutch Criminal Record are a four piece South Coast Indie band from Chichester, UK. They write and perform their own brand of original upbeat indie tunes featuring melodic vocals, interlinking riffs and blooming harmonies based around a background of solid bass and nimble drums. In 2014 Dutch Criminal Record released the Dutch Criminal Record E.P. and a year later they recorded their E.P. Mirage, which spawned their single Socks and Sandals. Whilst gigging frequently along the South Coast and London, DCR won the 2015 Wedgewood Rooms Showcase.

Latino Booty Sunrise

Latino Booty Sunrise are an “Urban Beach” Rock Band based in Guildford, Surrey. Their live set includes a plethora of moods and vibes ranging from the warmth of a summers day to the dark undertones reminiscent of night time alleyways.

Baby Blue Aura

We are a five piece from London that alternates between slower, nuanced songs and heavy face-melters.
People often compare us to the Velvet Underground because of this.
We're currently recording an album so looking to play some shows to spread the word.
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Dutch Criminal Record

Dutch Criminal Record are an indie/surf band from Chichester, UK. They write and perform their own unique brand of upbeat summery tunes full of interlinking riffs, melodic vocals and blooming harmonies. "DCR are Infinitely accessible, one to add to your summer soundtrack." Jackie Lees for Tipping Point

Greg Barnes

Singer Songwriter from the Isle Of Wight, influenced by artists such as Jason Mraz and Jack Johnson. I released an Ep last year called Early Summer and have been constantly gigging, my biggest gigs include Isle Of Wight Festival 2016, Bestival 2016, V-Dub Festival 2015 & 2016 and Camp Bestival 2016.

Riscas

Birmingham based indie four-piece Riscas announce their debut single launch party at The Sunflower Lounge. Recently named as BBC Radio 1 Introducing ‘Artist of the Week’, the band charted 4th on Spotify‘s most viral UK tracks in March, after releasing their first demo ‘Panic Like Tom’. The band channel spritely indie-rock sentimentality with a tropical edge. The result is a seamless concoction of influences including the wriggling rhythms of Vampire Weekend and Two Door Cinema Club, the euphoric, festival ready choruses of The Maccabees and the anecdotal earworms of The 1975.

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