13.00 – 14.00 – Elias Martell
Fresh from recording their first EP “Suicidal Pigeon”, Fleet-based alternative folk rock band Elias Martell are making waves after a string of successful festival appearences. With style, charisma and a truly unique sound, Elias Martell proudly differ from most bands through their innovative music and captivating stage presence.
Example Music: https://soundcloud.com/eliasmartell
14.00 – 15.00- The Dabhands
15.00 – 15.30 CMR Nashville: Katy Hurt
Born in London, Katy grew up between there and New York, listening to a variety of music ranging from heavy rock to country. She is strongly influenced by the old 50’s and 60’s country classics as well as new contemporary artists like Luke Byran and Miranda Lambert.
15.30 – 16.00 CMR Nashville: Alan West
Alan West, for many years, has been regarded as having one of the greatest voices to come out of the UK. His emotional, yet informative way of singing a story, has moved many an audience all over the world.
16.00 – 16.45 Adam Rains
16.45 – 17.30 – Hanshotfirst
Described as “”really special”” by Alex Baker (Kerrang! Fresh Blood) Hanshotfirst have already become one of Surreys most explosive and entertaining bands, armed with an array of sweaty anthems and a growing reputation for intense live shows. Their debut album – To Those We Have Loved And Lost – is out now through Rose Coloured Records.
Example Music: www.soundcloud.com/hanshotfirst
17.30 – 18.15 – The Sunrise Set
The Sunrise Set are a five-piece alternative rock band from the South East of England with a sound that incorporates Blues,Folk, Post Punk, Garage Rock, and Gospel. The band are currently working on material for the follow up to their 2013 self released album, ‘Rule of The Mountain’.
18.15 -19.20 – The Landings
New wave alternative electronic
The landings are a 4 piece new wave/post punk/alternative band from aldershot, john, lead vocals and keyboards, Adam, guitars, Stuart, drums and Jamie, bass/backing vocals.
Example music: https://m.soundcloud.com › the-landings
19.30 – 20.15 – The Ganchos
The Ganchos are a 6-piece live band from Hook in Hampshire, on a mission to “”rock the joint”” with their unique take on rock, pop and indie classics from the 80’s through to the present day. Guaranteed to get people moving with sounds from The Killers, New Order, Jessie J, Maroon 5, Green Day and many more.
20.15 – 21.15 – Rock’n’Roll Steve
Rock n roll
Legend has it that Rock’n’Roll Steve was jiving before he could walk, rockin’ before he could talk and his first words were accompanied by the twelve bar blues. Some say his hips were forged in hell and that his barber is a protege of Leonardo Da Vinci. All we know is he’s called Rock’n’Roll Steve.
21.15 – 22.00 – The Wonder Beers
As fresh as an ice cold beer, The Wonder Beers, a three piece band from Surrey, make a lot of noise playing their new style British punk rock anthems, that make every day feel like a Friday night.
In just over two years of gigging they’ve played around 100 shows, including a UK tour and several awesome festivals, and shared the stage with some great bands of varying genres. With songs like “”I Want a Pint””, “”Geezers”” and “”Skint Again””, these boys are always looking to have fun and always keep partying in their music and at their live shows.”
22.00 – 23.00 – Munkinpure
Alternative post grunge
23.00 – 24.00 The Ninja Squirrels
The Ninja Squirrels – Formed in 2009, the Ninja Squirrels are a four piece rock and indie covers band hailing largely from the Farnborough / Farnham area. With a tag line “”More nuts than KP and more deadly than a samurai in a huff””, you know you’re going to have a good time.
24.00 – 01.00 – Soundation
Soundation are a reggae band with their own original reggae sound blended with a Roots and rub a dub vibe and other influences They write and play their original songs and will soon be releasing a new EP of original material. Expect some heavyweight sounds
Oxjam get ready