Emerging from the West Midlands, The Space‘s modern and versatile approach to indie rock music sees them mixing it’s flowing riffs and catchy vocals with elements of rap and story-like lyrics portraying a message. Telling their perceptions of the world and what happens within it through their driven indie rock feel creates a unique style they have been developing since 2017.

They actively gig across the West Midlands and have already played stand out gigs in venues such as: The Castle and Falcon, o2 Institute and o2 Academy Islington where they took a coach load of fans down to London and supported the band Duchess.

In June 2018 they released their debut single “False Reality”, it gained lots of attention around their local area for it’s unique, atmospheric feel and clever blend of genres. After multiple radio plays from stations such as Union Jack and BBC Introducing Hereford and Worcester, The Space created a name for themselves quickly around their native town Kidderminster and across Worcestershire and Birmingham. After a break from recording to develop their live sound and promote themselves across the area they are now in the studio again with new singles in the works. 2019 promises much more released music and a bright future for the young indie rockers.

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Luna Orchid are an Indie/alternative rock 4 piece from the West Midlands melding together a tight mix between raw 90s indie riffage, electronics and jazz pop!

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HeadWired. We are a four piece indie/rock band from the West Midlands, we play mainly originals with a few hits thrown in. We put everything into our music, and this is reflected in our live shows. If you want great songs performed with energy, by passionate musicians, we urge you to support us at a show very soon..

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We are The Mood and we are an Indie 4 Piece from Birmingham. We have our own sound derrived from 2000s Indie, similar to bands such as The Strokes, Razorlight, etc and observational “sing-alongable” songs that follow trends set by Britpop Bands of the 1990s such as Blur, Ocean Colour Scene, etc.

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