December 10, 2019

Introducing Brand New Friend

Brand New Friend

leased to announce that we are booking for Brand New Friend.

December 6, 2019

Midnight Mango Win Agency of the Year

Ethan Proctor & Ian Luxon receiving award from Doc Brown

Midnight Mango have won the award for Agency of the Year at the UK Festival Awards 2019.

November 14, 2019

Midnight Mango shortlisted for ‘Agency of the Year’

Midnight Mango have been shortlisted for ‘Agency of the Year’ in the UK Festival Awards!

November 12, 2019

Introducing The Celtic Social Club

The Celtic Social Club

Pleased to announce that we are booking for The Celtic Social Club.

The Celtic Social Club are still thriving upon their traditional heritage, but also widening their influences to the richness of other genres and cultures, forging a new way to bridge the gap between Celtic, rock and pop music with such compelling authority.

November 6, 2019

Introducing The Carny Villains

The Carny Villians

Pleased to announce that we are booking for The Carney Villains.

The Carny Villains are a six-piece theatrical band from Bristol, known for their raucous blend of stomping ska, swing and balkan-style folk, all played with the riotous energy of punk-rock. Their enigmatic and animated live shows remain unrivalled for their mix of theatre, humour, energy and showmanship.

November 5, 2019

Introducing Danny Burns

Danny Burns

Pleased to announce that we are now booking for Danny Burns.

Danny Burns began his career as a traveling folksinger, logging shows on both sides of the Atlantic. Currently based in Nashville, Burns spent his childhood in the Irish county of Donegal and was raised in a family of working musicians. He grew up surrounded by singers and instrumentalists, receiving a first-class education in Irish folk music along the way. It was a communal experience, filled with folksongs that had been passed down from one generation to the next.

October 8, 2019

Introducing Laid Blak

Laid Blak

Pleased to announce that we are now booking for Laid Blak.

The Laid Blak sound takes massive inspiration from ska and reggae, but has often been described as ‘street soul’. The influences are broad and represent sounds that define the eclecticness of Bristol music, from reggae, to dancehall, soul, hip hop, funk and jazz, whilst of course never forgetting their jungle heritage.

October 7, 2019

Introducing Salvation Jayne

Salvation Jayne

Pleased to announce that we are now booking for Salvation Jayne.

Having exploded onto the scene in 2017, Salvation Jayne have carved themselves a reputation for their white-hot, hook-laden explosive fuzzy riffs and glossy dream pop undertones.

October 3, 2019

Introducing Cable Street Collective

Cable Street Collective

Pleased to announce that we are now booking for Cable Street Collective.

London-based six-piece Cable Street Collective mix African-influenced guitars and beats with soulful female vocals and western melodies, creating an idiosyncratic alt-pop sound that’s all their own. Live, the band are joined by a horn section, and their sets are guaranteed to get everyone to their feet.

September 16, 2019

Introducing The Communicators

The Communicators

Pleased to announce that we are now booking for The Communicators.

The Communicators take influences from Madness, Blur and Ray Davies and add their own twist to the mix, their music takes you on a dance craze through Punk, Ska, Two Tone and Britpop. The blend of harmonious, brass drenched tunes with cleverly crafted lyrics provides a sound that is vibrant, jumping and a little bit cock-sure of itself, with a wink at the past and a cheeky grin into the future, it adds to the feel of better times ahead!