Music Line-Up Bristol 2013
Grillstock tackles music with the same lip smackin’ gusto that it does ribs, brisket and pork butt. The main stage hosts a line-up that reflects a deep affection for American roots music lanced through with a distinctly British sense of humour and boisterous attitude. The stage is lovingly curated by one of the small team that programmes Glastonbury’s main stages.
“A couple of rootsy, passionate, scruffy groups such as Mumford & Sons did their thing at the Grammy Awards this year, exposing their music to a relatively vast audience in one fell swoop. Mumford’s music is fine, but it’s a shame that Ha Ha Tonka couldn’t have taken that group’s spot. The Missou...more
Hot Fiction are a hotly tipped English Soul/Rock band. They've been aired on Absolute Radio, courted by Christian Dior and featured by music festivals up-and-down the country. Their most recent album, Apply Within, was release to critical acclaim in October 2012 and was the highlight of a natio...more
Like the bastard child of Mae West and Little Richard, the Hot Tin Roofs mix a Spanish elbowed measure of rhythm 'n' blues with a significant twist of swing and shake, to create an intoxicating blend of music that kicks like a mule and gives your senses a sassy smack from behind!more
Brooklyn Brewery Dive Bar Stage
Brothers Stos (guitar / voc) and Miti Goneos (drums / voc) were raised in the mining towns of the Zambian Copperbelt but their hearts might lie in the south west USA – an area they’ve toured extensively. The brothers spit out fuzz laden stoner riffs and jagged rock hooks in a sound happily compar...
Take the grit of Muddy Waters or Jack White and add the drive of the Pixies and the melodic reach of Fleetwood Mac and you can begin to get an inkling of what Crows Parliament sound like. Epic musicianship and some seriously great tunes.
The sound of Lady Nade & The Silhouettes suggests a blend of soul, funk, R&B and folk yet remains refreshingly unique. Lady Nade’s influences as a songwriter include Nina Simone, Lauryn Hill, Antony And The Johnsons, Amy Winehouse, and many others.
He’s made a packet since he went on Dragons Den and persuaded them to invest in his tangy Reggae Reggae Sauce. Make a similarly astute investment and check out his sweet reggae reggae music.
“Like Bill Withers on a surfboard or a slacker generation Paul Simon, Rainy’s laid back grooves get under your skin” Justin Adams (Robert Plant collaborator) perfectly sums up the new West Coast sound of Rainy & the Dust.