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New Terminal Boy / Kernel Panic / Borderline / Troika on Friday 2nd November 2018
'Well, they are definitely something different, bringing the alternative to alternative rock, their songs are written with the passion of Love, anger, frustration, fire and post modern views, but this is what makes them brilliant because that is the fire, that brings their music to life in a time where you have to push the line!' - The X-iles Unsigned music show
Their music is a mix of alt and hard and heavy rock, with little touches of post-punk and new-wave.
At the end of 2017 they released their EP ‘Orchestra of Vandals’.
An alternative rock band from Leeds, taking influence from the giants and junkies of rock and roll, they deliver a blended medley of sonic sounds smothered in the chunky goodness of 90s alternative rock.
'It's tough when you're a three-piece without a guitar player, but Borderline manage to fill that void and then some. Their sound takes influence from bands such as Enter Shikari and Royal Blood, but it adds a melancholic, dystopian spin to the genres performed by those bands. This makes for a powerful storm, and Borderline do their style well.' - Behind The White Door
'An electronic / synthwave / alt rock slap across the face.' - Mad Alice Records
An instrumental trio specialising in a unique blend of progressive, groovy, noisy, nonsense. Formed in 2016 by Tommy Diplock (Drums), Ross Munro (Sax, Keys) and Joe Kershaw (Guitar, Bass).
Be ready for big riffs, fat grooves and psychedelic tones that are guaranteed to get you moving!
Music Genres: Alternative, Indie, Rock
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