Rascalton, A 4-piece indie rock outfit from Glasgow, are part of a new wave of Scottish acts who are reclaiming the word “band”, bringing it back to its roots of self-expression within a community, of like-minded individuals sharing art as not only a means of enjoyment but of survival.
Bessie Turner is a singer/songwriter from Ipswich, who has been making waves since her debut release in early 2017.
Mosa Wild are reminiscent of The National, and backed by lush instrumentation that recalls the likes of Justin Vernon and The Maccabees
“Lapyear is a concoction of homely tonalities with vocals that can easily pacify us. The equanimity and level of maturity these musicians possess makes Lapyear stand out from other current Indie pop/Emo artists.” - Impose Magazine
"Putting punk and protest back into the mainstream" - The Guardian
"The female Frank Carter, the Brody Dalle of the North of England; She's original, humble and articulate, with a voice that can give you goosebumps and a kick in the c**t at one fell swoop. Distras is the TITS!" - Trash Magazine
"Given the Frank Turner stamp of approval Louise whips up a storm of passionate, political punk'n'roll, somehow conjuring up both Kathleen Hanna and Roy Orbison." - John Kennedy, Radio X
Goldblume are a Cambridge 3 piece, influenced by the likes of Reuben, Pixies, Rush, Iggy & The Stooges, Throwing Muses and Pulled Apart By Horses.
"If you want to know the main detail about Fiende Fatale’s performance, in my opinion it’s interaction with the crowd...everyone feels involved in the act"