Funke and the Two Tone Baby
Funke and the Two Tone Baby is a one man sonic explosion. Uncategorized and uncharted. Jammed halfway between frenzied alt-blues and metronomic dance beats. Combining guitar and harmonica with beatboxing and effects that seamlessly collide the organic with the mechanical to create a fresh sound of unstoppable rhythm and unrelenting melody.
Beyond the double microphones and trademark trilby is Dan Turnbull, a multi-instrumental battery spinning musical plates. A powerhouse to the ears and a blur to the eyes who smashes stage, festival and string after string whilst sweeping up audiences and dropping jaws from Boomtown Fair to Kendal Calling and Secret Garden Party
Dirty Vertebrae’s style is a mix of alternative rock/ska. They are fronted by two vocalists who interact seamlessly with quick-fire rap(male) and harmonious(female) vocals, added into her repertoire rapping in Italian and English. To complete the lineup, 3 talented musicians bring to the stage a musical experience that always delivers.
Where folk and punk collide to provide a passion infused commentary that is as raw and honest as it comes..
“Same 3 chord punk rock with a catchy tune and a smile! Shunting up and down the country to play to whoever will have us”
An energetic 3-piece modern alt punk band from Warsop, Notts. Fusing old school punk with a fresh sound that is guaranteed to get you moving!
The Star Botherers
Alan Fisher writes, ..”It’s really difficult to describe the Star Botherers – two guys who make a surprising amount of noise. Andrew Hawkins on guitar and vocals, Dave Drury on bass and drums bringing you an upbeat cacophony of fun-yet-sometimes-serious well-crafted folkish music with bitingly witty lyrics and occasional mid-gig bingo sessions!”
It may only be one lad up there, but Sam and his lungs of steel create a beautifully rich sound that has an unmistakable air of Frank Turner surrounding it. There is such an unrestrained, raw passion to his performance – from the grit in his voice to his ferocious strikes at his guitar.” – NUSIC