The original and coolest daytime dance party with real club DJs spinning retro classics and current pop tunes for the whole family to party together. The fun spills out from all corners of the funkiest nightclub in Edinburgh.
Baby Loves Disco UK is proud to present something very cool for 4-11 year olds. Resident DJs spin only the very latest chart tunes and streetdance instructor from Step It Up Dance gets the dancefloor popping and locking.
Randolph's Leap are a 32-limbed wonder from Glasgow currently making pioneering moves into such genres as pop-scotch, drip-hop and windy-rock. They specialise in songs which feature more instruments than they do chords.
Three-piece band Paws bash out infectious, lo-fi, garage pop-rock that can quickly shift from cute melancholia to an unnerving territorial roar. Lyrical topics slide between sarcastic self-analysis and brutal home truths.
El Ten Eleven is a Los Angeles, CA post-rock duo known for combining guitar/bass doubleneck or fretless bass, with heavy looping, or vamping, and the utility of an effects pedal, over acoustic or electric drumming.
The hypnotic Edinburgh duo. Intense dentist-drill synths and sharp, cyclical guitar patterns make out with perky motorik drums and probing bass to produce a prog/post-punk metronomic groove rock thing with plenty of intensity.
David Thomas Broughton is a British folk singer and guitarist. He creates the sound of a large ensemble by sampling himself singing, playing acoustic guitar & making an assortment of other sounds through a Boss loop pedal.
Bipolar Sunshine is the solo project of Manchester based Adio Marchant, who since the release of his debut 'Aesthetics', continues to impress &carve out his own singular path as one of the most exciting new talents to look out for in 2014.
Allah-Las is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California formed in 2008. The band consists of Matthew Correia (percussion), Spencer Dunham (bass), Miles Michaud (vocals, guitar), and Pedrum Siadatian (lead guitar).
The Burning Hell is the alter-ego of songwriter and ukulele-slinger Mathias Kom. Loosely based in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, The Burning Hell has toured back and forth across various continents since 2007.
Dance/electro with a distinct mid-80s feel. College (real name David Grellier) once said he was influenced by 'nostalgic music', by the band Daft Punk, and artists like Alan Braxe, Fred Falke, Lifelike, Jacques Lu Cont and others.
Born in London in 1953, Robyn Hitchcock has written & recorded over 500 songs, including: 'Where Are The Prawns' 'I Wanna Destroy You' 'The Cheese Alarm' 'Sometimes A Blonde' 'No, I Don't Remember Guildford'.
The Subways are back! Welwyn Garden City's finest announce their first full UK & Irish tour for 2 years. The band, renowned for their raucous live performances, are set for a tour of intimate venues to kick stage their return to the live stage.
This South Carolina-bred trio may be known for their dark, nostalgic pop tunes, but their compelling image and onstage persona is in-your-face rock and roll. Their music is reminiscent of bands such as The Cure & Nada Surf.
Having played his way from the basement to the studio, whilst captivating fans from YouTube to shows up and down the country, it's no surprise that Billy's been attracting attention from some of the biggest names in the industry.
Marika Hackman is an English vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. Her style is often described as English Folk, but with a twist: "folk-ish", "brooding folk", "infusing traditionally winding melodies with leftfield production".
Boy & Bear are set to return for a full UK tour after briefly stopping by in August to play the esteemed Green Man and Boardmaster festivals. Their February run of dates entirely sold out including two dates at London's Village underground.
A punk influenced duo from Nottingham. "Sleaford Mods deal in grotty, cheap, abrasive, two-bit punk ferocity" - NME. Sleaford Mods started out sometime during 2006 whilst Jason Williamson was living in Nottingham.
Milton Keynes five-piece Hacktivist take their name from a term used to describe activists who, through computers, spread political messages. Primarily known as a metal band who blend their heavy sounds with rap.