Winners of 'Best Pop Act' 2008 at London's Indy Awards, Miss Pink Shoes straddle genres while forever sounding themselves, music to melt your face & heart.
Tree House Fire
Hailing from South Wales/South London, Tree House Fire! are a 5-piece rock-reggae band that play their own style of upbeat, catchy songs with a dub reggae groove and an aim to get everyone in the crowd dancing!
Released in May 2012 on Trench Foot Records and recorded at Jamtown Studio in South Wales, the band’s debut album “Rocket!” has received critical acclaim from fans of an eclectic range of musical styles. Consisting of 15 original tracks, “Rocket!” continues to be popular both at live shows and through iTunes and Amazon, as well as racking up the plays on Spotify.
The popularity of the band’s debut release has seen them share the stage with the likes of The Skints, Sonic Boom Six, Jaya the Cat, New Town Kings, Random Hand and New York ska legends The Toasters along with numerous festival appearances including RedFest and the UK’s largest reggae and ska festival, Boomtown Fair.
With several tours of Europe under their belts, as well as radio play in America, Australia and on the UK’s BBC Radio 1, Tree House Fire! have successfully introduced their style of music to a wide ranging audience and continue to create a party atmosphere wherever they go.
2014 saw the band record and release their crowd funded 2nd album 'Actions & Reactions' via Jamtown Recordngs as well a number of big festival sets in the summer, followed by 3 singles and an extensive Autumn tour taking in the UK, France, Austria, Slovenia, Czech Republic, German, Belgium & Holland!
With bookings for 2015 coming in fast, Tree House Fire remain intent on playing as many shows as possible in order to bring their unique style of rock-reggae to the masses!
The Cortège are a three piece Alt Rock band from London and have been around since early 2010. Hailing from various bands their triangulation produces progressive heavy soul which now has been, in part, documented in the form of their first EP.
At gigs people have compared their music to the likes of Glassjaw, Tool, Rueben and The Mars Volta.