Laidback lounge core with classic crooming from local
lo-fi three-piece who have already supported Beautiful South
and Fun Loving Criminals and have secure a slot at this year's
Working: promoting West African
drumming through music-making which is as enjoyable as it
is educational - spreading the word across the community.
a culturally diverse four-piece playing innovative
pop songs that pull on the heart strings. "Queen without
the camp" - or the handlebar moustaches!
were born out of the split of local bands Bluefish and The
Chief. The band draw influences from artists such as U2, Oasis,
Meatloaf and The Wonderstuff.
Webster: The county's
premier rock chick prepares to launch her new album "Kiss
My Tiara" after being snapped up by Universal records.
She's also chuffed with the local success of her unplugged
Haze: high grooves
and low blues, this trio promise a fresh blend of aggressive
funk, jazz, ska and soul blues in their high energy performances.
From the upbeat powerpop of Blue Skies, through the vitriol
of Not A Game For Three, to the joy of Paint Paradise, Heartland
presents a rainbow pop spectrum.
rock from this seventies influenced Leicester band, currently
promoting their four-track release The Adult Tree. The band
released their second single in January.
this space for Jonathan Norris who spent four years in France
before returning home. Influenced by Cypress Hill, Chilli
Peppers and Morcheeba.
4 Suzy: A
fusion of punk, rock and grunge, this band are best experienced
live in the mosh pit with screaming vocals and distorted guitar.
six-piece with two lead vocalists who have already scooped
first place in two Leicester band competitions and topped
a national battle of the bands.
their twisting, lo-fi pop is smashing the template with spontaneous,
organic and earthy songs that speak for themselves plus an
album on the way.
Eclectic sounds from drummer Lee Allatson who has performed
with Showaddywaddy and Cusp. His new album Chiselgibbon is
all his own work (minus the brass) and is something quite
a musical style betraying the influence of Massive Attack,
Amy Mann and Stevie Wonder these sisters have established
themselves on the local circuit in music venues and festivals.
Addiction: New Addiction are a band from Leicestershire
with a sound taking influences from the Stereophonics, Oasis
and The Who. Will they get you hooked?
Mosley and Pete Burnham:
Flying the flag for folk, this duo are regulars
on the local and national folk scene with their combination
of traditional and contemporary songs.
Smugglers", the album from this Hinckley and Leicester
six-piece follows up their debut and has received rave reviews
in ska fanzines.
from the ashes of Fabian's Tale, this band wanted to turn
the result of 10 years experience of songwriting and performing
into a loud and electric set leading to the formation of this
Tony has been writing songs for several years. His album Dreamcatcher
reflects influences from the late George Harrison.
by the Merseybeat scene and original indie-style bands such
as the Stone Roses and The Charlatans, the 13twelve are a
band led by influences. They
love The Beatles and have played at the Cavern.
three piece band from Coalville who took their name from band
member Joel Wildgoose. They are putting the finishing touches
on a new album. Hear their single 'Vampire' in full and on
This track results from work done by musicians working with
Mosaic Records. The band name is inspired by the one in eight
people who have disabilities.
Are you up
for it? Get your
band on the website here.