IDEAL CLUB+ MALLAVORA + THE HOLE IN THE HEAD GANG + THE KINGCRAWLERS

After launching their debut EP Are You Listening in February, Ideal Club’s neo-grunge sound has been impressing live audiences and critics alike.

Counteract Magazine described the EP as “hands aloft music” with “feral, ferocious riff work, and angst-riddled anthems”. In the first six months of 2017 the band has performed in Birmingham, Manchester, and London, and is looking forward to gigs around the UK, as they prepare for their follow up release at the end of 2017.

 

 

 

Ideal Club Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Breathe’ below:


Plus support from MALLAVORA

Four 20-something students from Birmingham are bringing a new sound to 2017, a homemade mix of heavy music, light vocals and accessible lyrics.

Inspired by the Arctic Monkeys, Gallows and Radiohead, the band have released 2 singles together after over a year of endless jamming at Robannas studios which is just a stones throw away from their halls of residence.

Larry, guitarist, songwriter and student in mechanical engineering, started the band with Brad in first year of university as roommates. Not long after, the band evolved and they were joined by Ellis and Jack to make the full sound.

Mallavora Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Clockwork Drunk’ below:


Plus support from THE HOLE IN THE HEAD GANG

Birmingham band playing garage, rock & roll, punk and blues.

The Hole In The Head Gang Links: Facebook


Plus support from THE KINGCRAWLERS

The Kingcrawlers are a four-piece rock band based in the Midlands. They are made up of two brothers; Dan and Lee Joyce who play guitar, bass and share vocal duties as well as Alex Simpson on guitar and Alex Tustain on the drums.

As a four piece they have written new material, recorded two singles and started 2017 by supporting UK Subs, White Lies and The Amazons.

The new music they have written is guitar heavy, powerful and honest.

The Kingcrawlers Links: Soundcloud | Facebook

Listen to ‘I Don’t Even Care’ below: