Bank Holiday Blowout
with: Time Of The Mouth, Nuns Of The Tundra, Thousand Mountain, Nth Cave, Smokefarm + Ross Angeles
Sunday 27 August 2017
6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
£3 on the door
Time Of The mouth are a 3 piece pop punk band based in Kidderminster.
They released their latest EP ‘What Would Dave Do?’ in August 2016, and toured the UK promoting it.
They are well known for their fun, energetic live performances and are planning another busy year for 2017 with single releases and music videos complimenting a busy gigging schedule.
Nuns Of The Tundra
“Sporting thunderous production, strong melodies, and leather swagger, they burst out on ‘Robot Love’ with an ever so slightly off kilter melody and more guitars than you can shake a big stick at.”
“Drawing on the idiosyncratic nature of Queens of the Stone Age and the melodic sensibilities of Stone Temple Pilots, new track ‘Mind’s Eye’ is a four minute blast of pure mainstream rock energy that has been sorely missing for, what, like at least a decade now.”
Jamie Coughlan // Overblown Blog
“A prominent bass gives the track a dark presence through which the two guitars intertwine like coloured candles dripping wax in to a melting pool resulting in a kaleidoscopic array of sound, while the percussion affords Dead In The Desert a continual flowing presence as the vocal drifts, unhurriedly, in out and of focus.”
Emerging Indie Bands
Monolithic riffs from Birmingham’s new alt/ math rock power trio. Ferocious musicianship combined with an unforgettable live experience make TSND MNTN an act not to be missed
“They are young, fearless and immensely talented. Appreciated by critics and audience alike, the quintet mysteriously named Nth Cave is taking the West Midlands music scene by storm” – Rita Dabrowicz
nth cave are a female-fronted indie/alternative band from worcester who deliver a mix of modern indie and powerful grunge in their original material, with a few classic covers thrown in. Read about them in the June edition of SLAP MAG (page 42) and check out their music video (both linked below):
Smokefarm, 2 brothers from Worcester, have many influences ranging from grunge, rock and blues to nature, peace and love. Their live set is always raw and energetic and has been described as a ‘Hippie House Party’. Smokefarm are all about having a good time and spreading fun.
Ross Angeles are a dark pop duo from Herefordshire and Bristol, whose emotive, brooding electronica and classic pop songwriting took them to Track Of The Week on BBC Radio 1 Introducing when Huw Stephens played them on his show, following support from BBC Hereford & Worcester Introducing.