Saturday 13th July 2019
Heavy-hitting alt-rock power trio from Watford, SINKA are - as BBC Introducing’s Danny Fullbrook said - so, so, so good. Current release ‘Fussy’ , with its buzzsaw riffs and soaring vocals, and precursor You Run ’s tempo-shifting, breakneck sonic onslaught are tantalising tastes of what we can expect from this fast-rising band.
SINKA are currently putting the final touches to their debut EP ‘FWYK’, scheduled for release this spring. See socials for tour dates.
With a distinct neo-80's sound, mixed with the contemporary indie styles they grew up with such as Foals, Sticky Fingers, and The Strokes, Azura Kings have begun clearing their own path into the Liverpool music scene.
Making appearances on tour with Vida, No Hot Ashes, and Airways, and playing at Brighton's prestigious Great Escape festival, Azura Kings have proved themselves capable of filling rooms with their large and dark scintillating melodies.
Meeting Bassist Alex through audition, and Drummer Ronan on a night out, noticing him being kicked out of the bar, and being befriended by his quick wit and talent with the sticks, Matt (vocals/rhythm guitar) and Ali (lead guitar) are stirring up a regional buzz.
“Azura Kings don’t hide around metaphors. It’s honest and real, something that is hard to come by in indie music today.” - getintothis.co.uk
‘Best of British Unsigned’ named Azura Kings as Band Of The Week shortly after the release of their self-released, self-titled debut EP.
British alt-pop collective Dyme are an alluring new breed of four-piece band, who fuse a colourful spectrum of genres with intriguing, yet relatable lyrics. Based in Cardiff, they have been together for the last two years, spending time developing their own unique sound. In December 2017, the group released their debut singles, ‘Prove Me Wrong and ‘Wht.Yth” , gaining attention from local tastemakers and fans alike.
Currently the band are putting the finishing touches to their debut EP, which is due to be released in 2019.
The Young Flood
The Young Flood is an alt-rock brother/ sister duo from the Isle of Wight and now based in London.
Harriet & John and have known each other since Harriet was 2 days old. We’ve avoided being in a band together for 24 years but finally gave way to the inevitable in 2018. Harriet plays the drums. John plays guitar. We make a surprising amount of noise for two people, some of it in a good way. Our gigs usually go pretty well for the first 25 mins.
We are three piece original country rock outfit from South west London
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