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Jeremiah Ferrari is a rocky roots, reggae and ska quartet that has been turning heads with its punk rock take on traditional Jamaican dancehall, reggae and dub. Currently working on their first album.
Kit and the Icefish — a four piece band bringing together a diverse group of musicians who present their varied musical experiences to give their audience an enjoyable pot-pourri of rock, blues and an occasional unstoppable penchant for funk. Their multitudinous influences include Neil Young, Stevi
The King's Pistol are a unique, acoustic-driven trio from Cheshire. Formed in late 2014, the band secured a number of plays of their demo tracks on BBC Introducing, which encouraged them to record their debut album 'Long was the Road, Dark was the Night.' The Album was recorded over 4 days, en
The Idioms were formed in autumn 2015, the result of a musical reunion between songwriters, Gillie Nicholls (Albion Band) and Gary Hurlstone (Smiling Knives), who were then joined by the talented violin player, Jamie Parkes. Independently, they have all performed throughout the UK and the Far East a