Caffeine Kill Bristol's own Industrial Metal 4 piece, fusing driving guitars, pounding electronica and harrowing vocals to create a sound that is all their own. After years of gigging
Bristol's own Industrial Metal 4 piece, fusing driving guitars, pounding electronica and harrowing vocals to create a sound that is all their own. After years of gigging they have honed their craft to perfection and built their reputation on a truly energetic and expressive live show.
With influences ranging from Rammstein to Slipknot and Nine Inch Nails to Rob Zombie, you know you're in for a powerful live sound.
Jan Doyle Band
Self styled INSURRECTIONARY NEO FUTURISTS, Jan Doyle Band combine a new romantic glamour with punk, synth, goth and industrial elements with unique flair.
"Williams cuts a striking figure on stage with his punk hair -recognising no boundary between stage and audience as he cuts shapes to the tunes. The result is as much performance art as it is music performance the crowd fully engaged in this electronic theatre." Paul Browne The Electricity Club
French avant garde coldwave electro lady dandy - all descriptions given to this astonishing performer but it's hard to truly do justice to it. Gender defying and commanding in performance. Driving tunes, powerful voice, unusual melodic structures and almost dj like. It's unique and it is incredible. This is her debut in Bristol for this european artist that has performed to HUGE crowds all over europe.
Bristol's own dark synthpop duo, dark and pounding and yet at the same time wonderfully melodic and with captivating female vocals.
(Saturday) 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Crofters Rights
117-119 Stokes Croft, BS1 3RW