One of Birmingham’s noisiest and most talked about new bands Dirty Jane have been making a name for themselves with raw and intense live shows (supporting bands such at The StrypesThe SherlocksThe Computers and The Dirty Nil) as well as catchy fast paced tunes.

Combining unruly fuzzy guitar, powerfully primal drums and thick driving bass lines as well as their own unique brand of tongue in cheek, brutally honest lyrics. They make no apologies for who or what they are, rock ‘n’ roll at its most primal.




Dirty Jane Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video ‘Boogie Monster’ below:

Plus support from CHAMBERS

Chambers are a two piece sister doom band from Hull and Leeds.

The name in itself is a reflection of their desire to peek inside Pandora’s Box. When you think of a chamber it makes you wonder: What’s inside? What does it look like? What’s it for?

The duo have been named a “a hard hitting, unforgiving duo” by Radio 1, whilst Alt Press describe their sound as “a noise-rock sensibility where Girls Against Boys, Deap Vally and Placebo are protecting their favourite bar from horders of hipster vermin and gentrified scum”.

The duo are signed to Nottingham based label I’m Not From London Records, are funded by the PRS Foundation and are set to release their new single ‘Silence’ in February.

Chambers Links: Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Down the Rabbit Hole’ below:

Plus support from FLEER

Fleer are an alternative rock band from the Midlands formed in 2014, consisting of singer and guitarist Liam Garratt, singer and bassist Wilem Thomas, and drummer Martyn Nicholson. They joined the Sound-Hub Records roster in 2017 and recorded and released our first single ‘Lay Me Down’ which has received multiple BBC Introducing airplays. ‘Lay Me Down’ was also awarded BBC Introducing’s Video of the Week and reached 54 in the iTunes Top 200 Alternative Charts.

Fleer have a dark dynamic sound fused with a raw energy taking influence from bands such as Nirvana, Tool, Royal Blood, Queens of the Stone Age and Deftones.

Fleer Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Lay Me Down’ below: