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Tokyo Taboo:

'Tokyo Taboo bring their own brand of modern pop punk kicking and screaming into the public consciousness.Featuring hectic, heart-pounding hooks and soaring rock-inspired vocals, Tokyo Taboo cover a range of subjects on their debut album, which was recorded in Downtown LA. From Dolly’s quarter life crisis to politics and vulnerability, they aren’t afraid of smashing the expectations of ‘the industry’ whilst wearing their hearts on their sleeves – cuts, bruises, tears and all.'

The Nyx:

'The Nyx are four ferocious females who exploded onto the London music scene in mid 2016.
Primarily a rock band, the girls fuse elements of grunge and soul to create a very distinctive sound. Combined with the fact the band has two lead singers, with two definitive songwriting styles, there is nothing about this band which fits a mould or complies to the status quo. Most strikingly, the girls have a strong, underlying purpose which fuels their mission: changing perceptions of women in music.'

Weekend Recovery:

'Weekend Recovery are a five piece pop/punk/rock band from Maidstone, Kent. Recently formed, Weekend Recovery are a part of the growing Kent rock scene boasting the likes of Slaves, Moose Blood and Get Inuit. They’ve had the support of BBC Kent Introducing and NME Presents Evening as well as headlining a packed out show at Alley Cat bar on Denmark Street, and performing at The O2 Academy Islington.'

Salvation Jayne

'Salvation Jayne are a young, female driven rock band with a distinctive dirty sound which combines elements of rock, nu wave and blues. The band formed in 2013 and have worked hard paying their dues and earning the respect of music fans across the UK, due to their charistma and energetic live performances. 2017 sees Salvation Jayne with a fresh look, a brand new EP and video for their single 'Burn It Down', with more touring plans, and an ever increasing fanbase, including AC/DC drummer Chris Slade, and Clash drummer Topper Headon who described the band as "F****** brilliant!”.'

Earlier Event: June 29
Later Event: June 30