THE NIGHT & DAY SHOWCASE
Indie-Rock Duo. Inspired by Royal Blood/Drenge/Manchester Orchestra/Billy Talent. We like noise.
LAST OF THE WONDER KIDS
Last Of The Wonder Kids are a 3 piece indie-fuzz band formed in Grimsby. Through embracing both male and female vocal parts and mixing lo-fi melodies with reverb soaked guitar riffs they create infectious, high energy and often chaotic pop songs. They have been featured on Steve Lamacqs BBC Radio 6Music show, as well as being selected for the 6Music recommends playlist to 20,000 followers.
Dirty Orange are a four-piece rock band from South West London with influences spanning from Johnny Thunders and The Clash to Nirvana and Arctic Monkeys. Their latest EP was described by scene influencers GetIntoThis as having “that jolting early Arctic Monkeys sound”, and has passed 10,000 streams on Spotify. It is live that the band truly excel though, with Indie Underground calling them “one of the best live bands we’ve seen in 2017”.
After a sold-out show with This Feeling to end 2017, the band began the year playing Jack Daniels ‘Jack Rocks’ ‘Big in 2018’ event in London and have more recently played major UK festivals The Great Escape and Tramlines among others.
A recent sold-out hometown show highlighted the progress the band has made in recent months, and was the perfect springboard into Tramlines festival, where they were listed as a standout new band to watch by multiple media outlets including Denim + Leather magazine, and international retailer & music scene sponsors Scotts Menswear.
After a busy summer festival season, the band will perform a special headline show at the famous Dingwalls in Camden in September. This will coincide with the release of their new single, produced by the man behind Hard Fi’s #1 album, and will be coupled with a UK tour.
“As a band that have been likened to Nirvana AND Arctic Monkeys, Dirty Orange are attention grabbing by nature” The Zine
“One of the best live bands we’ve seen in 2017” Indie Underground
“X.X.X features four tracks that have that jolting early Arctic Monkeys sound” GetIntoThis
“With an art for rich and immersive song craft, Dirty Orange are most certainly the festival headliners of tomorrow; theirs is the kind of music you can imagine reverberating through huge crowds” Fiction Is Not Imagination
Cowgirl play good time rock’n’roll; a primal, shit-kickin’ version of the genre that ever-so-helpfully assists even the most rookie of listeners to join all those dots that connect garage punk with Danny Whitten-period Crazy Horse. It is tough, powerful, thrilling music that goes on to blur the boundaries lying between primal simplicity and nascent psychedelia.” Simon Godley, God Is In The TV