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CAPTAIN ACCIDENT AND THE DISASTERS
2011 saw Captain Accident working with a brand new label in Trench Foot Records and was without a doubt the most fantastic year so far!! Relentless touring and playing has allowed the Captain & his clumsy sidekicks to develop an ever-growing following around the country.So far Captain Accident & The Disasters have been lucky enough to share a stage with such artists as Toots & The Maytals, Jaya The Cat, Pama International, Mad Professor, The Toasters, Sonic Boom Six, Neville Staple, Fishbone, Mr Nice and The Wurzels to name but a few! They have also played at some of the biggest festivals in the UK including Glastonbury, Secret Garden Party, Greenman & many more.
“Do yourself a favour this winter - don’t sit in front of the fire, sit in front of your stereo and soak up the warmth.”
Kyle Bunkin – Punktastic – 4/5
FIGHT THE BEAR
Fight the Bear are a ska/rock band. Their debut full-length album, Gutter Love, was released in 2006. Their second studio album, Dead Sea Fruit, was released in 2009. In 2011, Fight the Bear played at T in the Park 2011, and were featured as BBC Radio 1's Tip of the Week. The band's third album, 38 Degrees, was released on the 30th of August 2013.
"This track does exactly what I like indie rock to do to me. To suck me in with some slow minor chord guitar picking, to make me question the relevance of my existence and the state of the human race… and then BANG into some rock!" BBC Introducing
SAM GREEN AND THE MIDNIGHT HEIST
Sam Green and the Midnight Heist are a grass root, blues, rock n roll band with tunes that you can take home with you. Featuring Sam Green (Lap Slide Guitar and Vocal), Matt Cooke (Drums and Percussion), Joe James (Double Bass) and James Cameron (Electric Guitar and Harmonica) SGATMH can be found touring the UK constantly and playing their own eclectic blend of progressive Roots music.
"His contemporary finger-picked folk songs evoke John Fahey, but also shares much in common with the multi Brit-winning Ben Howard, and wouldn't be out of place supporting Mumford & Sons especially when reaching impressive thigh-slapping speeds on the rollicking “Miles Away”, when they turn the space into a full-on barn-dance."
- Elisa Bray, The Independent