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Click To Find Out MoreErase The Decay

Erase The Decay are a 5-piece Punk/Alternative Rock band located in Haverhill, Suffolk. They are signed to Blood Hits The Canvas records and they consist of: Tom Blackwell - Lead Vocalist.

Click To Find Out MoreThe Fenatics

Garage Rock trio (20-30s) consisting of guitarist/vocalist, drummer and bassist seek keyboard player/ backing vocalist. We plan to jam with classic rock anthems but would like to write some of our own stuff.

Click To Find Out MoreThe Plastic Revolutionary Band

The Plastic Revolutionary Band are the House-Band for GAIA Records/GAIA Studios. They, also, work as a stand alone act. Enthusiastic about working with other bands and musicians, The Plastic Revolutionary Band are ambitiously eclectic and unorthodoxly adventurous, with a desire to make music art again, and a joy to write, record, play and listen

Click To Find Out Morebuffalofish

Hi Maurise, I have been given your contact details by Rage, We are a band called Buffalo fish, We have played a few times with kaine and would like to bring our music to your venue, Check us out on facebook reverbnation, youtube soundcloud contact mervyn@vampsentertainment.com 07462273626 Be safe Mervyn

Click To Find Out MoreThe Rose Affair

Cambridge based 4 piece. www.theroseaffair.com Contact: TheRoseAffairUK@Gmail.com

Click To Find Out MoreJazzitation

We are a jazz trio based on the vocals of Sara Morrison, the saxophone of Ian Morrison, and the guitar of David Eisenthal. The ideal accompaniment to romantic dining, wedding photos(!), or plain old chilled out chatting.

Click To Find Out MoreTHE LIBRARIANS

This Stiltonian three piece 'The Librarians' aren't quite what you would expect from three village boys. As childhood friends returned from world travels ans years partying at universities, The librarians return with fresh vigor and new tales to tell.