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UNDERGROUND STORM + FLIGHT 15 + NOT TO SCALE + GOODALL + APE
Underground Storm is a rising garage rock band from Birmingham. They are rough, wild and up for a good time. With new music coming out in the summer, be sure to keep your ears ready. They’ve played at some of the best venues in Birmingham, including the O2 Academy and The Flapper. Sounds like The Damned, Arctic Monkeys and The Libertines.
Watch the band perform ‘Neil’ live below:
Flight 15 are an alt-rock band from the West Midlands. Their energetic stage performances, combined with songs that include catchy riffs, soaring choruses and pure intensity, make Flight 15 one of the most exciting up and coming bands around.
“A band that has shifted ground musically but one that is always razor sharp and tenaciously tight and never anything less than totally thrilling” – Music in Leicester
Not to Scale is a band born out of engineering genius. Five engineers, four engineering disciplines. We can design a building to live in, we can build a song to die for. Try us.
After spending time learning to play together and write songs together Not to Scale are starting to gig around Birmingham and the Midlands region. The blend of musical influences within the band results in a wide range of song styles, but they all have a sing-along chorus or a hook that will stick in your head for weeks.
Goodall has in the past three years been forging a singular path through funk, chanson, electronic music and blues and has been praised by blues stars Aynsley Lister and Ian Siegal. Debut album ‘Canada’ is a very personal, at times, confessional listen. The album received some good radio play, most significantly by Guy Garvey on his BBC 6 Music Show. Follow up ‘The Whole Thing Is Moving’ marked a progression toward funk and afrobeat and this May sees the release of new single ‘Trying To Be Good’.
Goodall plays regularly in the Midlands and London and has toured the UK, Ireland and Canada.