Welcome to our premier event on October 6th, in aid of The Fia Not Campaign
If you are already on this event then you might know what we are all about, if not, then click through and have a read please.
We have curated a stack line-up of various genres, literally something for everyone! You are getting over 10 bands/ artists for £15 and helping an amazing cause. Its a no brainer really.
Here we go…
UK based pop/electronic quartet Victors were officially formed in 2016. All from the North of England and Leeds based.
These guys have already racked up over 1 million streams on spotify and are not to be missed, FFO Marsicans, 1975, Chase Atlantic, Two Door Cinema Club, The XX.
Check out their work here: https://youtube.com/watch?v=WuhEzEogd9w
Yard Wars represents all forces in union, workin' toward some kinda 60s-infused power-pop psychedelic indie-rock eutopia. Think 60s girl groups, Nuggets compilations, Built to Spill. Or better yet, stop thinkin' and start listenin'. They have an album, a split-EP and a Single to sell you, 50% of the profits from which will go to the Fia Not campaign. This might be their last gig!
Check out their work here: https://philophobiamusic.bandcamp.com/album/split-ep
Shark Bait are a 6 piece pop punk band from South Yorkshire who like to kick ass and chew bubblegum. Mixing heavy riffs and catchy vocal melodies its Pop Punk with a bite. Having just recorded they're debut E.P 'Bare Necessities’ and recently playing with other up and comers and supporting some big namnes Shark Bait are a band to watch out for.
Check out their stuff here; https://youtube.com/watch?v=HmFYsCsj6Ow
Those Who Betray
Forming in 2016 and bursting on the scene in 2017, Bradford based Deathcore/Metalcore band Those Who Betray are already gaining quite the reputation and presence known.
FFO Enslaved, Behemoth et al.
Check out their work here: https://youtube.com/watch?v=WZk9SS1ACWM&feature=youtu.be
Formed in 2015 looking to bring their blend of punk and psychobilly to a wide audience. Their stage presence puts the psycho into Psychobilly. Be prepared to get your tongues firmly placed in your cheeks and enjoy!
FFO Tiger Army, Stray Cats, et al
Check out their work here: https://youtube.com/watch?v=WYf9QT62v7M
& The Last Cartel
The Last Cartel are a four piece indie rock band from Wakefield described by the Yorkshire evening post as “the ones to watch 2018” and “champions of the local scene”
This set will feature both Louie's solo work and the bands work.
Check out their single Tonight that is dedicated to Fia here: https://youtube.com/watch?v=82GH2PzYQSA
The Garage rock, psychedelic sonic machine! Featuring members of bands such as Milloy, Dirty Vader & Reprobates. Sux Blood own the stage with their chaotic energy, combining familiar and iconic sounds of 70s rock with a fresh take on the genre from the latter.
FFO Thee Oh Sees, Yuck, The Cribs, QOTSA, Weezer.
Check out their work here: https://youtube.com/watch?v=YQY0Ekpu9oc
Chloe Juliette Beswick
30 year old singer/songwriter who deals in avant-folk-dark dream-pop. She self record and produced all of her music at home in true DIY Lo-Fi wires-all-over-the-fxxking-living-room-floor spirit.
Live, she plays a dreamily ambient, raw, stripped down set that has seen her likened to Jesus and Mary Chain.
Check out her work here: https://soundcloud.com/chloejuliettebeswick
Michael has developed a charming and original style mixing influences to create what could be described as, well… A rocky reggae-ish, folky, wordy mixed bag of musical wonderment.
Dean & Jimi England
Two brothers from Stanley in Wakefield who started playing guitar in their early teens. Both fell in love with music and by their mid teens they had formed their first band and were playing live local shows.
Dean and Jimi's live set boasts everything form Jimi Hendrix, to re-worked 90's dance classics, as well as their own original material.
Tickets are on sale now from the link below and are selling quickly! Grab one today!
*This is a not for profit event run by volunteers, all profit on the day will go towards the charity Fia Not, set up by Fia’s mum to help young people in crisis, giving them the support they need without judgement and sign posting them to services to get them the help they need.