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Nightmarish and villainous, the Fangs of the Dodo transport you through their dystopian fairground with all the force of a ghoulish freight train.​

Treading the high wire between out right catchy and down right daring, Fangs’ put on a stage-show guaranteed to electrify.

Miss it at your peril.

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Described as sharp, alternative rock with a dark, heavy edge, 50 Year Storm are an unsigned three-piece from the Cornish coast.Formed in the Autumn of 2016, the trio quickly grabbed the attention of BBC Introducing with their 'riffs and dreams' songwriting philosophy, going on to rock prominent slots at numerous South West festivals including The Great Estate and Looe Music Festival. With new single Bulleit (recorded with the legendary John Cornfield of Muse, The Stone Roses &  Supergrass fame) and more exciting material to be released later this year, be sure to follow these stormy  rockers.

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Pupet is a four piece band with a tight rhythm section and anthemic vocals. With crunchy guitar riffs and energetic drums, Pupet is sure to get you jumping and having a good night.

Swindon-based rock artist, Ryan Webb, brings a fresh sound to the rock world. Moving from classic rock through to his newer rockier tracks, Ryan performs his carefully written songs with strong powerful vocals, and outstanding guitar skills. He has been likened to Matt Bellamy (Muse) vocally on several occasions, and also in the local newspaper, Uxbridge Gazette.

“With what appears to be an endless supply of air in his lungs, Ryan can quite easily rival the likes of Matt Bellamy from Muse, or even the late and great Jeff Buckley.” 

Hughie Dixon, Uxbridge Gazette

Ryan formed his band late 2015, and since then has performed at 14 festivals in England and Wales in 2016 and 2017, receiving some fantastic feedback. He also took part in Nordoff Robbins’ Get Loud event where 500 musicians around the UK all played a 30 minute set from midday.

He has released two singles, Journey and Lucky Ones, both receiving extensive airplay on various stations around the world.

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