career is Jack, Joe, Jonny, Tom.
releasing some new music in early 2021
BAND: Vanishing Lines
The VanishingLines is the brainchild of Ian Smith, ably assisted by Stephen Lawrie
(Telescopes) and Jake Taylor. ‘No Replacement Found’ is the debut album, a brooding
drone masterpiece recorded at The Kingdom of Heaven in deepest, darkest Shropshire, England. These are not so much ‘songs’ as feelings. Each piece is drowned in feedback and repetition, subtle nuances leap out at every listen providing space and claustrophobia in equal measures. Third Eye Mind.
BAND: James Saturn
SONG: I’m So Blue
I actually recorded this song in my car on Garageband, I've got more songs for an upcoming EP which were recorded exactly the same way.
I decided I really wanted to make a go of my music career and started song writing in my 20's. I now have my first single 'I'm So Blue Without You' out on all platforms and am currently trying to self promote it.
You can also find me on instagram @jamessaturnofficial, Twitter: Jamessaturn5, Facebook:jamessaturn1990 and TikTok: Jamessaturn.
BAND Elizabeth Lucy
‘Elizabeth Lucy is a singer/songwriter from London, England. She loves writing music, talking about music and just really loves music okay? She originally started uploading her original songs to YouTube as a teenager and has since moved towards wanting to write for other artists. Her debut single Ablaze shows her skill in writing in a commercial style. She believes there is a song for every occasion and if she can’t find one, she’ll write one.’
BAND Enola Gay
SONG Birth of A Nation
Belfast noise rock outfit ENOLA GAY release pulverising debut single “The Birth of a Nation”
Quickly making a name for themselves in Ireland, noise rock/post-punkers Enola Gay have
released their highly-anticipated debut single. Playing previously with Dundalk’s Just
Mustard for what was only their second gig, the Belfast quartet’s debut single
“The Birth of a Nation” comes in the wake of the death of George Floyd, with lyrics
addressing systematic oppression and how racism still spreads in the streets of Belfast. An
experimental remix has been made by PRS Techno Act of 2020, Mount Palomar, available October 9th .
Belfast based post-punk/noise rock 4 piece formed in late 2019. Socially aware vocals and a bed of reverb soaked buzz-saw guitar layered on top of a driving rhythm that draws as much
inspiration from left-field electronica as it does from post punk heroes of the late 70s / early 80s.
Enola Gay have already crafted a unique sound, described as a blend between Girl Band and IDLES, that has drawn widespread acclaim from key industry figures and music fans both north and south of the border. Opened for Just Mustard for what was only their second gig. They have recorded with Chris Ryan (Robocobra Quartet) who also recorded Just Mustard’s NME acclaimed album ‘Wednesday’.
BAND Broken Boats
SONG A Balloon Above Me, Guiding
An original, lyric-driven, alt-synth indie 5-piece band from East Kent, England, influenced by Joy Division, The National and everything between. Nick Cave, The Smiths and more.
SONG I’m Not Happy
CONTACT We are a three piece punk band from Leeds comprised of 3 16 year olds. For the past two years we’ve been playing around Leeds including reading and Leeds fest and have been doing everything we can to get our name out. In February we released our debut ep “possibly armed probably not”
We have been described as “the fury of black flag and the nagging repetitions of the fall”
Band: No Murder No Moustache
Band: Serial-Killer Product Placements
Creepy Whisper is a spooky 2-track folk punk / murder folk fusion, inspired by the advertising industry, a dismembered gingerbread man, and a certain album cover from the 80's
Anti-establishment inclusive Punk Rock with Celtic influences. Sometimes acoustic, sometimes not, always #punk
BAND: The Worn Roses
The Worn Roses are Shrew wranglers from the West Midlands. Brought together by their love of singing, ale, and story telling, this year they decided to act upon the oft-mentioned suggestion "we should form a band" and form one. So far their rehearsals are filled with laughter, beer, and songs about depression and ghosts. Sober was written by Fay Epstein and produced by Dan Rosewarne, and is the first completed recording in their fast-growing catalogue of folky music. They draw their inspiration from an eclectic library of pop, rock, goth, jazz and folk, as well as horror, poetry and real life. They like lists and commas. The Worn Roses are Joy Mills, Dan Rosewarne, Fay Epstein and Charlie Rosewarne
BAND Are We Static
Wigan, England’s Are We Static roar back with “Wildfire”, the first proper single from their sophomore LP, Accepting The Universe, out in November on Vibrant Sky Records. An ode to the sometimes explosive father/daughter relationship, “Wildfire” is an uptempo rollercoaster ride, with plenty of energy and dynamism to spare.