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HAMARTIA : Melodic alternative rock band originally hailing from the heart of Cornwall. Having relocated to Bristol, the group are now the strongest they’ve ever been and are always on the lookout for opportunities to reach young ears with their raw, angst-filled music. “They exude originality through uniquely catchy material that emits fearless energy and driving melodies to keep listeners on their toes.” - Bristol Thunderbolt. Featuring spacey reverb drenched guitar work, powerful and distinctive vocals. Hamartia brazenly fuse elements from all across the musical spectrum - the band deliver a truly unique and hard-hitting brand of alternative rock.
THE ECHO HOTEL :Bristol-based introspective indie/alternative
"genre-defying...fantastic weirdness...dramatic, operatic vocals...it's totally my jam"
-Sarah Gosling, BBC Introducing in Devon
FALLING FISH : Up and coming alt rock/indie band from North Wiltshire. In a short space of time
they have gained a local following and have played in prestigious venues such as Moles in Bath and
The Fleece in Bristol. They have also performed at festivals such as Bristol VolksFest and Watchet
Music Festival ; while also playing smaller venues. The band recently won a place on the prestigious M.A.S records developmental scheme. This scheme is designed to help the best young bands the country has to offer. The scheme is patroned by Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant and The Kaiser Chief’s Ricky Wilson.
THE CEMENT GARDEN: Alternative rock trio from gloucestershire
NEW HAUNTS: Vocal/electronic solo project based in Bristol, UK which contrasts the jarring with the serene. Combining elements of post-punk, early industrial, goth and synthpop with soft ambient synths, arresting yet melodic vocals, discordance and mechanical beats, the result is a hypnotic rush of darkwave summoned against a hard-hitting and eclectic rhythmic backdrop. Her debut album Worlds Left Behind was released in May 2018.
Doors Open: 7.30pm Admission: £6 on the Door
Tickets: £5 + BF from Bristol Ticket Shop, High Street, Bristol Tel 0117 9299008 www.bristolticketshop.co.uk