14.00 – 14.45 – Jindivik
Dark Industrial Electronica
Jindivik formed out of a mutual love of Gothic, Industrial and Electronic Music in 2010, their first album ‘Plinth’ was released in 2013 to comparisons to Nine Inch Nails and Red Lorry Yellow Lorry. Live their sound also incorporates elements of Drum and Bass, Dubstep and Punk
Example Music: www.jindivik.bandcamp.com
14.45 – 15.30 – Maybe Not Today
A young alternative-rock band, all aged 14, who have become connected through their passion for music. MNT have performed at many local gigs in the last 18 months, both covers and their own material. Maybe Not Today are dedicated, committed, aspiring young musicians with strong ambitions. One to watch!
Example music: https://soundcloud.com/tags/mntbandofficial
15.30 – 16.15 – Their turn to lose
Introducing Josh, Matt, Will, Ali and Jamie; a five piece, hard hitting, pretzel eating pop rock band from Reading. For 2 years this band have been gigging in some of the grungiest, sweatiest and sometimes weirdest venues all over the UK, playing original punk and rock songs of their own since day one. They currently have released a 4 track EP called Theories which is available on Bandcamp.com, from which two singles have been aired on radio stations such as BBC Radio Berkshire.
16.15 – 17.00 – Circadian
Slow Melodic Rock
CIRCADIN play loud, riffy punk rock with mellow vocals, fat bass and big jammy drops. They take influence from Californian Desert rock and British post-punk and add noise. Their first EP dropped in January, followed by a mixtape this summer and they’re heading back into the studio soon to track another!
Example music: www.circadianband.bandcamp.com/releases
17.00 – 17.45 – Stupid Chef Band
Low fi electronic alternative indie
18.30 – 19.15 – Fire at Night
Fire at Night are by far the best band you’ve not heard of. Described as “”one to watch” (BBC Introducing: The South), Fire at Night are a three piece alternative rock band from Hampshire/Surrey, influenced by bands such as The Cure, Oceansize and Mogwai. Fire at Night started out in January 2012 and in this time have released two 5 track EPs and an album; all of which were independently recorded, produced and released. Fire at Night are: Scott Swain (vocals, guitars), Tara Skinner (bass guitar, backing vocals), and Adam Pollard (drums, backing vocals, and production).
19.30 – 20.15 – i plead irony
Been there, done that, but still more than happy to make some noise”. If I Plead Irony had a motto it would probably be along those lines. Based in Farnborough these “accomplished band whores” as a local rock hero Paul Townsend (Hundred Reasons) describes them certainly have a lot under their belts to be proud of.
Example music: www.ipleadirony.bandcamp.com
20.15 – 21.00 – Midfield Workhorse
21.00 – 21.45 – twothirtytwo
21.45 – 22.30 – Kilkovec
Kilkovec are a 3 piece alternative punk rock band from Hampshire UK. With 2015 seeing their release of their brand new EP “”Sick Of This”” they’ve managed to grab praise from Edith Bowman, Hit the Floor Magazine and Punktastic, amongst others, as well as share the stage with such acts as The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Yearbook, Brawlers, Flood Of Red and The Quemists. After returning from their UK tour they’re planning the release of a new single.
Example Music: www.soundcloud.com/kilkovec-official
22.30 – 23.15 – Hammer Jack
Hard hitting, no bullshit, rock n roll from Guildford, UK for fans of AC/DC, Guns N Roses etc
Example Music: www.soundcloud.com/hammerjack